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JR HILDEBRAND RETURNS TO DREYER & REINBOLD RACING FOR 103RD INDY 500, VETERAN RACER SET TO DRIVE NO. 48 CAR IN HONOR OF DAN GURNEY

JR HILDEBRAND RETURNS TO DREYER & REINBOLD RACING FOR 103RD INDY 500, VETERAN RACER SET TO DRIVE NO. 48 CAR IN HONOR OF DAN GURNEY   2011 Indy 500 “Rookie of the Year” Teams with Karam in DRR Lineup   INDIANAPOLIS (April 22, 2018) – Dreyer & Reinbold Racing today announced its second Indianapolis 500 […]

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Gurney Remembered as Multi-Talented American Racing Legend

INDIANAPOLIS, Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 – Dan Gurney, one of America’s true auto racing heroes, passed away Sunday, Jan. 14 in Southern California following complications with pneumonia. He was 86. A tall, handsome, larger-than-life American who raced in Europe during the late 1950s and 1960s at a time when the American public was generally not...

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IMS Statement on Passing of Dan Gurney

IMS Statement on Passing of Dan Gurney INDIANAPOLIS, Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 – A statement from Indianapolis Motor Speedway President J. Douglas Boles on the death Sunday, Jan. 14 of legendary American race driver, team owner and car constructor Dan Gurney, who finished three times in the top three during his nine Indianapolis 500 starts […]

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