2010 Graham Rahal Signed Race Used Dreyer & Reinbold ‘Iowa Corn 250’ IndyCar Suit
This Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Sparco suit was worn by American driver Graham Rahal. He wore this suit in his one and only race driving for the team in the 2010 Iowa Corn Indy 250 at the Iowa Speedway. Dreyer & Reinbold announced signing Rahal for the event to fill in for the injured Mike Conway in the #24 entry on a one-off basis. He finished in ninth place in the race and afterwards signed to race for Newman/Haas Racing for the rest of the season.
The blue suit has white side sections and comes with the team’s sponsor for the season ‘Dad’s Root Beer’ yellow, red and blue embroidered letter brandings across the front, back, and on its forearms. It also has many other sponsors/suppliers logos embroidered to the suit across the chest and both arms including Honda, Purex, Z-Line, and HotWheels just to name a few. There are also Indianapolis 500 centenary emblem (right arm) and Dreyer & Reinbold/Graham Rahal.Com’s logos embroided on the back, and a Dreyer & Reinbold emblem on the Velcro chest fastening. Rahal’s name and national flag are embroidered on the waist belt and Graham Rahal has personally signed the suit on the ‘Dad’s Root Beer’ branding logo on the front of the suit.
The suit comes with a full Certificate Of Authenticity.