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TANNER FOUST #34 
TEAM: Dreyer & Reinbold Racing
DATE OF BIRTH: June 13, 1973
HOMETOWN: Newport Beach, California
VEHICLE: DRR Rockstar Energy / WIX Filter Audi

Tanner Foust is the only rallycross driver in the world to have won events in every major series…. except Nitro RX! Multiple US championships to his name, but perhaps more significantly the only American to have won in both European and World Rallycross Championships. Once Foust has the Audi dialed to his liking expect him to be a force to be reckoned with in Nitro RX.


Tanner made his presence felt in the first two Nitro RX races, finishing 3rd in 2018 and 4th in 2019. He is a 4-time US Rallycross Champion (2010-2012, 2019), 2-time Formula Drift Champion (2007, 2008), 1-time Stage Rally Champion (PGT Class, 2005), and 9-time X Games medalist (4 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze), Tanner is the first American driver to win a round of the European Rallycross Championship when he won in Portugal (2011). He has set multiple world records including the Hot Wheels Double Loop Dare (2012) where he drove through a 66-foot loop-the-loop, and the four-wheel distance record of a 332’ ramp-to-ramp jump at 2011 Indy 500 (since broken).


TEAM BIO: Dreyer & Reinbold Racing is an automotive racing organization that competes in IndyCar and rallycross. The team is owned by Indianapolis businessman Dennis Reinbold. 


The team started rallycross in 2013 at X Games LA as a one-off to complete the season with Scott Speed. From 2014 through 2019 they ran various programs, fielding drivers in Supercars and Lites. In 2015, they added talented newcomer Cabot Bigham to the roster (he earned the title in 2016). IndyCar talents Sage Karam and JR Hildebrand joined rallycross up-and-comers including Travis PeCoy and Connor Martell in the effort. Andreas Bakkerud has even run a round with DRR (X Games, 2015). 
Notable IndyCar drivers for the team include Sage Karam (2014; 2016-2021); Simon Pagenaud (2011); Graham Rahal (2010); Oriol Servià (2012-2013); Paul Tracy (2010–2011) and Al Unser Jr. (2006)