Originally Posted by Old Racer
I didn't know Dreyer-Reinbold was based out of Indianapolis. I learn something everyday. Thanks!
However Curt Calvin also said that he didn't know what the team fielding Stefan Wilson was going to be called. If it's Dreyer-Reinbold, I would assume, and think that Curt Calvin would assume it would be called Dreyer-Reinbold!
I believe, from what I've read, that Stefan Wilson's program is totally different and separate from Dreyer-Reinbold/Hamilton. But I guess we will
Originally Posted by Robin Miller on Twitter
@NotRobinMiller·46 secs ago
Raise your hand if your favorite driver DIDN'T get hit by Will Power today. (RHR fans all raise hands) #VerizonIndyCar #indycar #TGPLB40
Briscoe will finish the year in the Top 5. People will want him fired because of that.
Originally Posted by LittleFauss
'The Cleaver-Brooks, car #59 was built by Don Edmunds. It ran 3 times in 1968; with Bobby Grim and Bruce Walkup driving. Then the car was sold to Don and Fred Gerhardt in Fresno and they only ran the car only one time in the 1970 Golden State 100 at Sacramento. (We've discussed this car before.) Gary Bettenhausen drove the car that day and was headed for a decent finish (top 3) until he suffered a flat with just a couple of laps to go. This car also appeared in a very famous poster published