Iowa 300

James Hinchcliffe No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “We started inside the top five which was good. Had a lot of really good battles on track; we raced really hard with


Marcus Ericsson adjusting to America, IndyCar during first short track race

(via AUTOWEEK) – Marcus Ericson once turned laps around the Streets of Monaco and at Spa-Francorchamps, but he had never seen anything like Iowa Speedway until Friday morning. The Arrow Schmidt


Ericsson set to face a most unique IndyCar challenge

(via – For a driver who has competed in 97 Formula One World Championship events, Marcus Ericsson has competed on some of the most famous race courses in the world.


Hinchcliffe revved up to win Iowa 300

(via Newton Daily News) – James Hinchcliffe claims he is not superstitious. The veteran NTT IndyCar Series driver heads into Saturday’s 13th annual Iowa 300 at Iowa Speedway as the race’s


Weekend of pleasure, pain and pride for Arrow SPM

(via – Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ James Hinchcliffe, Marcus Ericsson and Robert Wickens all took turns in the spotlight at Honda Indy Toronto, and each of them had a special


Join the Race to Help Save Lives at the Hinchcliffe Challenge

(via Iowa Speedway) – The community is again invited to join the race to help save lives with NTT IndyCar Series driver and blood recipient James Hinchcliffe. For the second consecutive


Canada’s James Hinchcliffe places sixth in hometown Honda Indy Toronto

(via TSN) – James Hinchcliffe gained more ground than any other driver at the Honda Indy Toronto, but not enough to give him his first victory at his hometown race. Starting


Wickens’ emotional return to racetrack an inspiring scene

(via Toronto Sun) – Seven carefully crafted words stirred the emotions of thousands under clear skies on Sunday afternoon in Toronto. “Future drivers of mine, start your engines!” Those words, spoken


Hinchcliffe happy with Toronto comeback, aims for Iowa repeat

(via – Coming off the longest week of his NTT IndyCar Series season and a stellar performance at his home race in Toronto, James Hinchcliffe hopes to ride the momentum


Honda Indy Toronto

James Hinchcliffe No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Obviously the tire strategy across the board were pretty identical. The fuel strategy was pretty identical. There were no yellows to


Inspirational racer Wickens returns to track in Toronto

(via INDYCAR) – Robert Wickens has inspired the masses with his unrelenting determination to fully recuperate from a multitude of injuries from his accident last August at Pocono (Pa.) Raceway,


Wickens to drive parade lap at Toronto with hand controls

(via Associated Press) – Robert Wickens has attacked his rehabilitation from a spinal cord injury with aggressive goals. He wants to dance at his upcoming wedding, one day walk again with


Canadian Indy star James Hinchcliffe has butterflies ahead of hometown Toronto Indy

(via Toronto Sun) – The adrenaline will soon be taking over. And Canadian IndyCar superstar James Hinchcliffe says it’s “full-throttle” from here on out as he prepares for what he expects


IndyCar rookie Ericsson feels the love from Canadian teammates ahead of Toronto Indy debut

(via Toronto Sun) – The Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team is the closest thing to a full-fledged Canadian crew on the NTT IndyCar Series. Veteran driver James Hinchcliffe hails from Oakville,


Guelph racer Robert Wickens an ‘inspiration’ throughout Indy community

(via Toronto Sun) – He stood on the podium wearing a smile as wide as the Canadian flag he was draped in. Guelph, Ont., native Robert Wickens, a first-year driver in


Robert Wickens’ latest step on his long road back to racing

(via – Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ driver-in-waiting Robert Wickens will never be formally replaced by his team. David Malsher explains why this is so, and why no one involved in