Dreyer and Reinbold Racing with Cusick Motorsports announced on Monday ahead of Tuesday’s opening day of Indianapolis 500 practice a multitude of new partners for the 108th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge on May 26.

The new partnerships with VensureHR, Four Sixes Ranch Beef and 101 Studios are across both team entries of Ryan Hunter-Reay and Conor Daly.

Racing is all about peak performance,” said Vensure Employer Solutions CEO Alex Campos.

“At Vensure, that same level of performance drives our HR technology and service solutions as we boost the success of small and midsize businesses across North America. We are excited to sponsor Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, Cusick Motorsports and top-notch driver Ryan Hunter-Reay. We look forward to cheering on this amazing team and seeing the VensureHR car chase the checkered flag later this month.”

David Hutkin, Co-Founder and COO of 101 Studios, added,

“On behalf of 101 Studios’ brands division and 101 Sports, we are thrilled to be supporting the Dreyer & Reinbold/Cusick Motorsports team for the Indy 500, and the No. 23 car driven by Ryan Hunter-Reay.”

Dennis Reinbold, Team Owner of Dreyer & Reinbold Racing/Cusick Motorsports, echoed these sentiments, saying,

We are privileged to have VensureHR, Four Sixes Ranch Beef, 101 Studios, and Sierra Pacific Windows join us as sponsors for the Indianapolis 500. Their commitment to our team speaks volumes, and we look forward to a successful partnership both on and off the track.”

Dreyer and Reinbold Racing with Cusick Motorsports will announce further details of their partnership with Sierra Pacific Windows later today.

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