In 1999, Indianapolis businessman Dennis Reinbold and partner
Eric De Bord formed Dreyer & Reinbold Racing (DRR). The team
competed in - and won - its debut race in January of 2000 at the
Walt Disney World Speedway with Robbie Buhl behind the wheel.
The Carmel, Indiana-based team has successfully qualified 33 cars
for the Indianapolis 500 - every car it has entered. DRR has over
300 race starts in the IndyCar Series since 2000, including 13
seasons of full-time competition.
DRR boasts an impressive driver alumni, including Indianapolis 500
winners Buddy Lazier, Al Unser Jr., and Buddy Rice; IZOD IndyCar
Series race winners Ryan Briscoe, Justin Wilson, and Mike Conway;
and the first woman to win the pole position for a major open wheel
event, Sarah Fisher.
Reinbold's grandfather, the legendary "Pop" Dreyer, built leading
roadsters that raced at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the 30s,
40s, and 50s, giving DRR the most history of any IndyCar team. DRR
is headquartered in a 45,000-square-foot race shop, boasting motif
reminiscent of the old Indianapolis Motor Speedway garages and an
outstanding collection of historical racecars.