Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Partners with Ganesh Machinery

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) is proud to announce a new, multi-year partnership with Ganesh Machinery.

Ganesh Machinery offers a full line of CNC Machining & Turning Centers, and is pleased to celebrate its 30th year anniversary this year.

Established in 1985 as a small family business, Ganesh's continued focus on unmatched quality and outstanding customer support has contributed to its growth and success. Ganesh machines are now installed and serviced in thousands of machine shops, manufacturing businesses, technical schools and distributors across all industries.

As an associate partner of SPM, the Ganesh Machinery branding will be featured on both of the SPM Verizon IndyCar Series cars in 2016.

Harvinder Singh, president of Ganesh Machinery said, "The CNC machining technology that we provide helps innovators realize their dreams as their ideas and designs are turned into a physical reality. The resulting parts that are made on these metal working machines helps them win whatever race that they are engaged in. We look forward to having SPM racing turn their creative ideas into reality with our CNC machine tools so they continue with their winning ways in the future.

"The SPM team has produced seven Indy Light Championships in the last 11 years due to their commitment and dedication. These are values we embrace at Ganesh Machinery and we are proud to associate ourselves with another winning team."

SPM team co-owner Sam Schmidt commented, "At SPM, we are committed to the highest level of performance possible, which means constantly pushing the envelope from an engineering and development standpoint. Ganesh produces incredibly quality machinery to enable our team to move to the next level as far as being able to accomplish those goals in house."

SPM Engineering Manager Nick Snyder added, "Partnering with Ganesh Machinery is an incredible opportunity for our team. The machines built by Ganesh are absolutely top of the line, offering performance and reliability that is second to none. The relationship will significantly increase our efficiency and productivity, as well as greatly expand our research and development capabilities."

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