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Sage Karam confirmed for Indy 500 return with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing

Dreyer & Reinbold Racing has confirmed that Sage Karam will once again drive its single-car entry for the Indianapolis 500 in 2017. Karam, 21, won the Indy Lights title back in 2013 before making his first Indy 500 appearance with Dreyer & Reinbold the following year. Karam featured for Chip Ganassi Racing at all but four races in 2015, but lost his seat to Max Chilton for 2016. A one-off appearance for Dreyer & Reinbold followed at the 500, with Karam rising as high as fourth before contact sent him out of the race on lap 92. The American turned his attention to sportscar racing, securing a drive with Lexus’ new programme in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, with his...
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