Dreyer & Reinbold Tag

By Kirby Arnold, Staff Writer INDIANAPOLIS – Sage Karam rolled out of the garage comfortable and fast Tuesday morning in the first Indianapolis 500 practice at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. But that doesn’t mean all is perfect in the preparation of his Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevrolet for the May 29 race.  This is Indy, after all, where the mental stress of figuring out how to go faster can be worse than act of steering into Turn 1 at more than 230 mph. The dilemma of the moment: Should the teamRead More
By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter Graham Rahal thinks that Oriol Servia is an ideal choice for a second car at Rahal Letterman Langian Racing. RLL Racing ran two cars for three races last year with rookie Spencer Pigot at the wheel. The team has expressed interest in running two cars for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season but would favor a veteran driver rather than a rookie. Servia, 42, has driven for RLL on three occasions, most recently in a one-off drive at 2015 Indianapolis 500 and ran a handful of racesRead More
By Christopher DeHarde, IndyCar & Road to Indy Writer Redemption. JR Hildebrand has had that word on his mind for three years now since getting unceremoniously dropped by Panther Racing after the 2013 Indianapolis 500 and now the Sausalito, CA native has his second chance as Ed Carpenter Racing announced today that Hildebrand will pilot the No. 21 Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka Chevrolet full time next year in the Verizon IndyCar Series. “Honestly, I just couldn’t be more ready to get started! I’ve been close to, but still outside of,Read More

Posted On January 30, 2016By Frank SantoroskiIn Breaking News, Headline News, IndyCar

Indy Car 2016: A look ahead

By Frank Santoroski, Contributing Writer With a little less than two months remaining in the Verizon IndyCar Series’ agonizingly long off-season, teams are preparing in earnest for the 2016 season. When the green flag waves at St. Pete on March 13, expect a field that looks remarkably similar to 2015. There was no major driver movement within the top teams and we should see some familiar faces in victory lane along the way. Some of the changes that we will see include the return of Mikail Aleshin to the Schmidt-PerersonRead More
By Joey Barnes, Editor-in-Chief It’s all about going back to the beginning for Sage Karam. The 20-year-old returns to the team he made his IndyCar debut with in the 2014 Indianapolis 500, Dreyer & Reinbold. The entry is officially listed as Dreyer & Reinbold/Kingdom Racing and is set to compete in the 100th Indy 500 in May. In his debut, Karam put on a phenomenal drive from 31st to ninth for the small-budget team, which led to Chip Ganassi putting the former Indy Lights champion in a part-time ride forRead More