DREYER & REINBOLD RACING EXCITED ABOUT NEW TITLE SPONSOR
Indianapolis, IN (November 10, 2009) - Dreyer & Reinbold Racing is excited about new things to come in open-wheel racing. Last Thursday the IndyCar Series made the announcement that clothing company, IZOD, will be the title sponsor of the series. This news not only is positive and exciting for IndyCar, but for DRR and their partners.
As Dreyer & Reinbold Racing embarks on their 11th year in racing, the announcement of a title sponsor will help boost and create new opportunities for all that are involved. IZOD's sponsorship will introduce the series and teams to a new audience, thus creating another fan base. This opportunity will reach outside the racing realm, which will increase value and exposure to team partners.
DRR team owners, Dennis Reinbold and Robbie Buhl, were on hand for the unveiling of the IZOD IndyCar Series. Both are excited about the title sponsorship and what this means for the series and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing.
"It was great to be a part of a huge step for the IndyCar Series, so congratulations to them. The event was first class and really encompasses new things to come," said Dennis Reinbold, co-owner of Dreyer & Reinbold Racing. "Unification of open-wheel racing, followed by this huge announcement of IZOD as the title sponsor, makes this an exciting time for the IndyCar Series. This season, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing celebrated over ten years in the IndyCar Series, and much like the Series, we have grown and improved over the past decade. We are excited to be a part of IndyCar racing as it continues to grow."
Feeling the same is Buhl, "This is a great next step for the IndyCar Series as it will help introduce our racing, which in my opinion is the best, to new fans. With a company like IZOD, and their reach and activation capabilities, it will help to elevate the value of team sponsorship."
"Not only does the Series continue to grow, but so does our team and now couldn't be a better time to have this type of announcement. We are excited and look forward to the seasons to come," continued Buhl.