Kingdom Racing announced today a partnership with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing for the Indianapolis 500 with reigning Indy Lights Champion Sage Karam to drive in the No. 22 Chevrolet.  


"This is a significant milestone in our history," said George Del Canto, Founder and co-owner of Kingdom Racing. "God continues opening doors of opportunity which we see as stepping stones to establish a full-time INDYCAR team."

Kingdom Racing has partnered with Dreyer & Reinbold in the past as they fielded  former INDYCAR driver, Davey Hamilton, in 2009 and his last races in 2011. Hamilton, Kingdom Racing's co-owner, is also a partner in the No. 77 Schmidt Peterson Hamilton Motorsports car driven by Simon Pagenaud, which will also be competing in the Indianapolis 500. 

"We, as Kingdom Racing, wanted to have an entry in this race, too. It's been a long-time goal that is finally coming to fruition," Hamilton said. "Doing it with Dennis Reinbold has just worked out great."