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30Oct

Marcus Ericsson Joins SPM for 2019 Season

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced today that Marcus Ericsson will pilot the No. 7 Honda for the 2019 IndyCar Series season. The current Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team driver will make

28Oct

Custom car lets disabled take the wheel near Las Vegas

(via Las Vegas Review-Journal) – Corey Capece has never been able to move around without his wheelchair. He had never walked or, before Sunday afternoon, driven a car. But Capece,

24Oct

Statement on Management Change at SPM

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced today that Piers Phillips has stepped down from his General Manager post at SPM. After considerate and thoughtful discussions about the future of both the organization

24Oct

Grand Opening Celebration of DRIVEN

Ten people with disabilities who have not been able to drive will get the opportunity to drive again as part of the pre-grand opening celebration of DRIVEN, a new, unique

16Oct

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports will host its first-ever garage sale at its race shop on November 3rd. The sale, which benefits Sam Schmidt’s charity – Conquer Paralysis Now, will run from

15Oct

Hinchcliffe recaps season that had both highs and lows

(via INDYCAR) – James Hinchcliffe entered the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season expecting a rebuilding effort. Offseason changes in personnel usually lead to slow starts, but it didn’t play out that

5Oct

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports 2018 season review

(via NBC Sports) – SCHMIDT PETERSON MOTORSPORTS 2018 season review: What began as a season of promise ended as a season of disappointment and sadness for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. James Hinchcliffe

25Sep

IndyCar drivers need a stronger voice

(via RACER // by: James Hinchcliffe) – I have the best job in the world. I love what I do, and I hope I can continue to do it for a

22Sep

Hinchcliffe on 2018 progress, Indy DNQ, Iowa glory, Wickens disaster

(via Motorsport.com) –  James Hinchcliffe talks to David Malsher about a year in which Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda boosted itself forward yet also suffered its most turbulent season since becoming a

17Sep

INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma

James Hinchcliffe No. 5 Arrow Electronics Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Obviously not the day we wanted. We actually had a pretty solid race going until our last pit stop… There was

16Sep

Hinchcliffe Wraps Up Successful Blood Drive Series

(via INDYCAR) – James Hinchcliffe has been dedicated to raising awareness for the massive need for blood donations since he needed 22 pints to help save his life following a crash

14Sep

Racing to the Next Level

(via AUTOWEEK) – Scott Shaw, President and CEO of Lincoln Tech, and Casey Putsch, founder and CEO of Genius Garage, are both doing their part to help students get out

11Sep

Sam Schmidt’s paralysis gives him ability to inspire others

(via Associated Press) – The stranger had tears in his eyes as he pushed through a crowd to reach Sam Schmidt in his wheelchair. Schmidt was watching his team tune up

5Sep

(via INDYCAR) – He made his presence known from his first Verizon IndyCar Series race in March and quickly became a fan favorite. Robert Wickens now carries the honor of Sunoco

2Sep

Portland Grand Prix

James HInchcliffe No. 5 Arrow Electronics Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Obviously a pretty disappointing day after a promising start. It was a kind of classic first lap deal — Zach [Veach] didn’t

2Sep

Harvey Returns to IndyCar at Portland

(via FanSided) – Jack Harvey rejoins the Verizon IndyCar Series in Sunday’s Grand Prix of Portland, and the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver previewed the race. The Grand Prix of Portland is