Indianapolis Speedrome inks two deals in 70th year
Indianapolis Speedrome has signed two multi-year partnerships as it celebrates the 70th anniversary of the track.
Jackson Oil & Solvents will continue as the tracks official racing fuel, while metal recycling firm Omnisource has agreed to be involved with the revitalisation of the track.
The Indianapolis Speedrome prides itself on being the home of figure eight racing, which combines elements of oval racing, demolition derbies and road racing, having played host to the sport since the 1940s.
Ron Willis, general manager of Jackson Oil, said: “We are excited about being a part of the Speedrome and this upcoming special season. Our products are a perfect fit with the track”.
Bob Wasson, a marketing representative of Omnisource, added: “We are thrilled to a part of this new era at the Speedrome. The track strives to be the best in their industry just as we do in ours”.
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