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Cabot Bigham joins GRC Lites field

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Cabot Bigham has become the latest driver to join the GRC Lites field after inking a deal with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing for the upcoming season.

The Californian, who won seven out of 12 races in last year’s West Coast Pro Formula Mazda Championship, has also competed in Formula 3 events as well as a winning a number of karting titles.

“I am very excited to be joining Dreyer & Reinbold Racing for the Red Bull Global Rallycross Lites season,” said Bigham.

“Having a proven racing group behind you is extremely pertinent to success, so I am quite optimistic about what 2016 has to bring. I look forward to developing my skill set as a driver, team member, and building friendships along the way.”

The 20-year-old will drive the No. 2 Paratek Pharmaceutical car for Dreyer & Reinbold in what will be the IndyCar race winning team’s second full season in Red Bull GRC competition.

The team from Indiana took four wins out of 12 events, taking main event victories at MCAS New River, Detroit, Washington D.C, and Las Vegas, plus five podium finishes.

“We are very excited to have Cabot Bigham join our 2016 Red Bull Global Rallycross team,” added DRR owner Dennis Reinbold.

“Despite his age, Cabot has produced an outstanding resume already in motorsports including winning last year’s West Coast Pro Formula Mazda Championship. Our DRR squad produced four wins and numerous podium finishes in the team’s first season in the Series and, with young, talented drivers like Cabot, we expect to battle for the Series championship this year.”

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