Cummins and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway have signed a five year deal that will see company signs at the track’s world-famous races. That’s according to our news-gathering partners at The Republic.
The Columbus-based diesel engine manufacturer made the announcement yesterday in its distribution business headquarters in Indianapolis, with company officials saying the agreement was a natural fit for two Hoosier-born organizations that have both led their industries for 100 or more years.
The paper reports that Cummins signs will be part of the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400 and IndyCar Grand Prix. That includes signs on the pylon at the track’s yard of bricks.
Cummins is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.