Dreyer & Reinbold Racing’s Indianapolis 500 roots trace back to 1927 when Dennis Reinbold’s grandfather, legendary Floyd “Pop” Dreyer, served as a crewman and mechanic on the famed Duesenberg racing team cars driven by Benny Shoaff and Babe Stapp. Dreyer went on to build Indy 500 cars in the 1930s which many started on the front row. In addition, Dreyer constructed championship-winning sprint cars and midgets as well as quarter midgets called Dreyerettes. The Dreyer and Reinbold family’s legacy currently is the longest connection to the Indy 500 of any participants in the 500 Classic.
In this year’s 105th Indy 500, Reinbold’s DRR squad has put together an “ALL INDY CONNECTION” with local partners AES Indiana, 500 Festival, Mecum Auctions and Sun King Brewery for the team’s 22nd appearance in the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”
On Wednesday, May 19, Reinbold, his driver Sage Karam and the DRR partners will talk about this unique blending of companies on the No. 24 Chevrolet-powered IndyCar with a media conference at 11 AM on the Fourth Floor of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Media Center.
WHAT: “ALL INDY CONNECTION” for the Indy 500 with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing and the
team’s Indianapolis partners.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 11 AM EDT
WHERE: Media Center (4th Floor), Indianapolis Motor Speedway
WHO: Dennis Reinbold, team owner of DRR; Sage Karam, driver of the No. 24 DRR AES
Indiana / 500 Festival / Mecum / Sun King Chevrolet; Executives of 500 Festival, AES Indiana and other team partners.
DETAILS: Reinbold and DRR Partnership executives speak on the “All Indy Connection” for the
105th Indianapolis 500.
CONTACT: Tom Blattler, DRR, 317-525-5692, email@example.com