Donating Blood Will Grant You Access to This Year’s Grand Prix

(via Hour Detroit) – In partnership with the American Red Cross, NTT IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe is hosting a blood drive on May 31 at the Chevrolet Detroit Grand


Indy 500 Proves Perfect Place for Harvey to ‘Drive Pink’

(via – Drivers and teams have a variety of reasons why they compete in the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge or other NTT IndyCar Series events. Maybe it’s love of


2019 Indianapolis 500

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Honestly it was a hell of a day with the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsport guys. I really wanted that top 10 [finish].


Ericsson aims to apply Indy’s hard lessons

(via RACER) – Arrow SPM rookie Marcus Ericsson is looking forward to making use of the lessons learned from a bittersweet oval debut at the Indianapolis 500. The Swede qualified 13th


DEFY Takes Pole Position

DEFY lives up to its name as it launches nationally this week – defying the limits of CBD and professional sports. DEFY has partnered with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for


No. 7 Arrow SPM team wins Indy 500 Pit Stop Challenge

(via NBC Sports) – For the first time in 15 years, the Indy 500 Pit Stop Challenge was won by a team other than Team Penske or Chip Ganassi Racing,


Indy 500 drama and dealing with it the Arrow SPM way

(via – How did Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports ensure it overcame the setback of James Hinchcliffe’s accident in qualifying last Saturday? With slick organization and determination, as competition director Billy


Last Row Drivers Take Home ‘Big’ Money Efforts

(via – The 47th annual Last Row Party for the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge welcomed an eclectic group of characters Thursday night in drivers Sage Karam, James Hinchcliffe and


The Long Rise of Robert Wickens

(via Road & Track) – Robert Wickens takes a breath, shifts his weight, and sends a thin leg swinging forward. For a single weightless moment, the paralyzed man appears to be


Ericsson rebuilding reputation as an IndyCar rookie

(via RACER) – It’s a slightly strange situation when you see the ‘R’ for ‘Rookie’ next to the name of a driver who has started nearly 100 grands prix, but then


Press Your Luck: Inside Hinch, Wickens’ journey

(via NBC Sports) – IndyCar teams have long histories, but perhaps no other team has as crazy a story as Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-and the craziest parts wouldn’t have happened


Robert Wickens, James Hinchcliffe, and Sam Schmidt on Racing and Recovery

(via Road & Track) – Three drivers. Nearly killed competing in the sport they love. Joined together today at the same IndyCar Series team. Meet Robert Wickens, James Hinchcliffe, and Sam


Arrow SPM Takes Winner’s Circle with High Performance Additive Manufacturing from Stratasys

IndyCar leader gains competitive edge with 3D printing, capitalizing on FDM technology for prototypes and production-grade racing car parts   Adding a new page to its high-performance, additive manufacturing playbook, Stratasys(NASDAQ:


Indianapolis 500 Qualifying: Day 2

James Hinchcliffe No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda – Starting from 32nd place on the grid for the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 “Indy, she likes a dramatic


James Hinchcliffe shuns redemption tale as he puts ‘Franken-car’ into Indy 500

(via IndyStar) – The cameras swarmed him, expecting euphoria. They were looking in the wrong place. While his team, family and friends celebrated around him, James Hinchcliffe stood on his pit


Ericsson Shines in Preparation for Indy 500 Debut

(via – In an edgy build-up to the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge, Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ rookie Marcus Ericsson sidestepped the drama and qualified 13th.