IndyCar extends Snap-On deal as official tools and equipment partner

Multi-year extension includes IMS.

IndyCar and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) have signed a multi-year extension with Snap-On.

Confirmed:

  • US-based manufacturing company to continue as official tools and equipment partner
  • Snap-on will continue to highlight the Makers and Fixers initiative, which celebrates people working in mechanical engineering at all levels

Context: Snap-On first partnered with IndyCar and IMS in 2020, when Penske Entertainment stepped in to take over. This represents the second renewal since 2020, which implies another two-year deal has been signed. Snap-On has been partnered with Team Penske across Nascar and IndyCar for 42 years.

Comment: Mark Miles, president and chief executive of Penske Entertainment, said: “Snap-on is deeply rooted in motorsports, and we look forward to continuing this partnership. The tools and equipment provided by Snap-on are an ideal match for the Makers and Fixers who perform at the highest caliber at every IndyCar event and throughout the IMS season.”

Coming next: IndyCar returns this weekend for its tenth race of the season at the Exhibition Place street circuit in Toronto, Canada, on 16th July.

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