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Danica Patrick Becomes First Women Ever to Lead World's Most Famous Race

Speedway, IN- May 29, 2005 - Logicalis' IndyCar racing team placed second and fourth Sunday at the Indianapolis 500, led by efforts of veteran driver Vitor Meira and rookie sensation Danica Patrick.

Meira and Patrick, who pilot Logicalis-sponsored cars for Rahal Letterman Racing, were both in contention for victory in the race's closing laps before circumstances fell against them. Patrick put more than a quarter million fans on their feet during her late-race drive to become the first woman ever to win the world's most famous race, and teammate Meira missed victory by the margin of an untimely caution flag two laps from the finish.

While IRL IndyCar Series points leader Dan Wheldon won the Indy 500 under caution, Patrick, the diminutive rookie, provided all the excitement the Indianapolis Motor Speedway could manage by nearly stealing the race. Meira drove fast and steady throughout the 500 miles to earn a shot a the win in the late going.

Patrick, in only her fifth IndyCar Series race, became the first woman to ever lead a lap at Indianapolis, and tried to hold off the charge of Wheldon, Meira and third-place finisher Bryan Herta while saving fuel with just eight laps remaining in the 200-lap classic.

Another driver's late-race crash kept Meira from making a last-lap dash at Wheldon. The second-place finish for Meira, who drives the No. 17 Menards/Johns Manville Honda Panoz, matched his career best IndyCar finish and topped his sixth-place finish at Indy in 2004.

But it was Patrick who starred as the feature attraction in a race that included 27 lead changes. Her fourth-place finish was the highest by a woman in the 89-year history of the event, and earned her "Rookie of the Year" honors.

"Wow, what a race for me," said Patrick after her historic run. "I had a stall in the pits, a spin and I was leading the race (with 10 laps to go). I think I showed that I was a rookie with some of the things that happened, but I think I showed that my on-track performance is all there. I got to lead my first Indy 500 and actually had a chance to win the race. I'm very pleased."

"My crew was awesome today with their pit stops," said Meira, who moved to fifth in IRL points. "The car wasn't too good in the early stages of the race. But the car came around and we were fast at the end of the race. I had to get by Danica and then get close to Dan. But the yellow came out and I never got a chance to pressure Dan at the end. Overall, it was a tremendous day for our team. Second and fourth are not too bad. It isn't like last year when Buddy (Rice, my Rahal Letterman teammate) won. But they knew we were here."

"There is no question in my mind that it was a historical day," said Bobby Rahal, the 1986 Indy 500 champion. "Although we did not bring home the big prize, they knew we were here. I am so happy for everyone associated with our program. It has been an emotional month for all of us, but I feel the team put fourth a superb effort both on and off the track."

Logicalis has been involved as a partner with Rahal Letterman Racing for three years as the official information technology provider. As the official information technology provider to Rahal Letterman Racing, Logicalis manages the Rahal Web site and supporting infrastructure 24x7 in its Enterprise Business Operations Center (EBOC) in Cincinnati, OH. Additionally, Logicalis has provided custom development through its contract consulting business for Rahal Letterman Racing's Web site in addition to providing the server, storage and networking products the organization requires. Logicalis attends numerous race events with its partners and customers throughout the racing season in support of the Rahal Letterman sponsorship.

About Logicalis
Logicalis is an international provider of high-performance IT integration solutions. Logicalis employs 800 people worldwide, including highly-trained service specialists who specify, design, deploy and manage IT infrastructure to meet the needs of over 5,000 corporate and public sector customers. Logicalis maintains strong partnerships with technology leaders such as HP, IBM, Cisco and EMC.

The Logicalis Group is a division of Datatec Limited, a $2.5 billion business listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. With its international headquarters in the UK, Logicalis’ global revenue is approaching $500 million from operations in the US, UK, Germany and South America. In North America, Logicalis accounts for nearly $350 million in revenue and 350 employees. For more information, visit

About Rahal Letterman Racing

Headquartered in Hilliard, Ohio, Rahal Letterman Racing is co-owned by three-time IndyCar Champion and 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal and CBS LATE SHOW host David Letterman. The team has been leading open-wheel racing operation for more than a decade, compiling 19 victories, 26 poles and one series championship (Bobby Rahal in 1992 in CART) and an Indianapolis 500 championship (Rice in 2004). In 2005 Rahal Letterman Racing is campaigning three cars in the Indy Racing League's IndyCar Series. Buddy Rice and rookie Danica Patrick pilot Honda powered Panoz cars sponsored by Argent Mortgage Company and Pioneer Electronics. Vitor Meira of Brazil pilots a Honda/Panoz sponsored by Menards and Johns Manville.