Indy Car and Driver at IMTS

In the Ganesh booth at IMTS this week, visitors can see the No. 5 SPM Indy car.

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In 2015, Ganesh Machinery entered into a multi-year partnership with Schmidt Peterson Motosports (SPM), which has produced seven Indy Light Championships in the last 12 years. In the Ganesh booth at IMTS this week, visitors can see the No. 5 SPM Indy car, and on Tuesday (9/13), Driver James Hinchcliffe will be at the booth from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. for card signage and photos.

SPM Engineering Manager Nick Snyder says, “Partnering with Ganesh Machinery is an incredible opportunity for our team. The relationship increases our efficiency and productivity and expands our research and development capabilities.”