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TEAM: Dreyer & Reinbold Racing
DATE OF BIRTH: October 7, 1996
HOMETOWN: Reno, Nevada
VEHICLE: DRR Butcherbox Audi

Bigham took a little while to get to grips with his previous car in ARX, but when he did, his speed was good. He’s going through the same process with the Audi for Nitro and has the same very experienced teammate in Tanner Foust helping him. His confidence took a hit with a huge crash at 2021 ERX – the biggest so far in Nitro RX – but he was able to regain that with a final’s appearance at 2021 Wild Horse Pass.

“The Big Ham” raced ARX Supercars with DRR in 2019 with one podium finish. He won the GRC Lites Championship in 2016 with DRR, with Oliver Eriksson coming in a close second. Cabot started go-karting at age 13 before switching to cars and winning the 2015 West Coast Pro Formula Mazda Championship.
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)

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