Loftus Robinson, a start-up based in Indianapolis operated by founding principals Drew Loftus and Kyle Robinson – focused on mixed-use urban style projects and value-add office buildings. “We want to build projects where we’d like to live and work along with our friends. It’s all about creating spaces people can really enjoy – office or apartment."
Loftus Robinson is making its debut in the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing" in 2015.
“Loftus Robinson is a rapidly-growing company in Indianapolis and we are very pleased to have them join us as a partner in the Indy 500," Dennis Reinbold, team owner of Dreyer & Reinbold – Kingdom Racing. “Drew and Kyle are two of the top young executives around – we look forward to working with Loftus Robinson through the month of May and into the future. We hope to put them in victory lane on May 24."
Loftus Robinson believes their passion for the city and its growing entrepreneurial culture ties in well with Dreyer & Reinbold and the No. 24 Robert Graham Special driven by Bell.
“Being natives of Indiana, attending the race is a tradition and we are thrilled to be a partner with Dreyer & Reinbold – Kingdom Racing. It’s a great looking entry with the Robert Graham brand and a tremendous driver in Townsend Bell," said Loftus, the Indiana State University graduate. “It’s great to partner with a local Indianapolis team – something I’ve dreamed about since I was a little kid. We can’t wait to see Townsend and this car can do!"
Loftus Robinson has multiple projects under construction including The Switch in Fishers and the JF Wild Building on Market Street downtown Indianapolis.
Loftus Robinson’s association with the Dreyer & Reinbold – Kingdom Racing team begins with opening day of Indy 500 practice rounds set for Monday, May 11. Qualifying for the 99th Indy 500 is schedule for Saturday, May 16, and Sunday, May 17. The Indianapolis 500 Mile Race will start at 12:15 p.m. EDT on Sunday, May. 24.