Finding speed in an Indy car, by ex-F1 racer Marcus Ericsson

(via – Now he’s completed hundreds of laps at Circuit of The Americas in both Formula 1 and IndyCar, Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver Marcus Ericsson compares and contrast the


Arrow Schmidt Peterson race report, Round 2 – COTA, Texas

(via – The IndyCar Classic, the inaugural IndyCar race at Circuit of The Americas, brought both frustration and promise for the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda team. Managing director Taylor Kiel


INDYCAR Classic at Circuit of The Americas

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Starting side-by-side with [teammate] Marcus [Ericsson], we decided to split the tire strategy. It’s funny – coming into the last stint, we


Ericsson’s Austin F1 experience helped Arrow Schmidt Peterson Indy team

(via – Marcus Ericsson’s experience of Austin during his time as a Formula 1 driver helped Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsport shortcut its learning of IndyCar’s newest track. Ericsson joined Arrow


A Q&A With IndyCar Driver Marcus Ericsson

(via ATX Man) – With the IndyCar Classic taking place at Circuit of the Americas this weekend, the only driver with lots of previous racing experience at the COTA is ready


How to tackle a new IndyCar track – the race engineer perspective

(via – Learning a 20-turn track is challenging for racecar drivers, but spare a thought for those who have to make their cars fast through all those corners. Arrow Schmidt


Ericsson finds a strong ally in his F1 to IndyCar transition

(via – Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ Marcus Ericsson has found an unexpected ally in the opening stages of his rookie NTT IndyCar Series campaign: Robert Wickens. In the midst of


Harvey Completes Successful Weekend with First Top-10 Finish

(via – The first top-10 finish in his NTT IndyCar Series career provided validation for Jack Harvey and Meyer Shank Racing with Arrow SPM in Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of


Autoweek IndyCar Insider Robert Wickens’ Blog: St. Pete

(via Autoweek) – (Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of exclusive IndyCar blogs for Autoweek by Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ Robert Wickens, driver of the No. 6 Arrow


Arrow Schmidt Peterson race report, Round 1 – St. Petersburg

(via – Although the result of the NTT IndyCar Series’ season-opening round wasn’t what the team craved, the potential shown and the ability to deal with imperfect circumstances provided hope


2019 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Pete

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “It’s not the finish we wanted… the Arrow car honestly had more pace than that. The first stint we were stuck behind


Stalled in Formula One, Drivers Are Moving to IndyCar Series

(via The New York Times) – Marcus Ericsson had just turned 28 last fall when he suddenly needed another place to race. The Sauber Formula One team had bumped him from


Wickens Makes Celebrated Return to Racetrack

(via – During the first practice session Friday morning, Robert Wickens found himself in a familiar yet unfamiliar place. He was at a racetrack, but he wasn’t in a car.


Sam Schmidt will make history as IPL 500 Festival Parade grand marshal

(via Indy Star) – Across more than 60 years of 500 Festival parades, grand marshals have enjoyed the spotlight while being passengers in sharp-looking cars. This year, Sam Schmidt will be


Schmidt: “I’ve never been so excited ahead of an IndyCar season”

(via – The new branding of Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports signifies a hefty investment by the SPM-Honda team’s principal sponsor, and team co-owner Sam Schmidt says it’s already having a


How Marcus Ericsson Swerved from Formula One to IndyCar

(via The Drive) – Marcus Ericsson is only the latest Formula One veteran entering the IndyCar field, making the transition from the big-money, highly technical, and massively adjustable F1 to the