Robert Wickens’ shadow looms large over 2019 rookie class

(via Indy Star) – Robert Wickens did the 2019 NTT IndyCar rookie class no favors last year. Actually, he didn’t do the 2018 class any favors either. “Robert Wickens set the bar


Hinchcliffe ready to put misery of 2018 in rear-view mirror

(via – James Hinchcliffe exhaled, as expected, about turning the page on last season. “Thank God that year is over,” he said of 2018. As if failing to qualify for


Schmidt announced as keynote speaker at Breakfast at the Brickyard

(via WISH TV) – The keynote speaker for this year’s 500 Festival Breakfast at the Brickyard has been announced. Team owner and former driver Sam Schmidt will keynote the event on


Ericsson enjoys challenge of fresh start at IndyCar Spring Training

(via – Marcus Ericsson is embracing a fresh start in the NTT IndyCar Series after five previous years in Formula 1. The 28-year-old Swede has already been fast at work


Swedish invasion set for IndyCar in 2019

(via AP) – After their early years racing each other in karts, Marcus Ericsson and Felix Rosenqvist took very different paths chasing checkered flags around the globe before finally landing in


Updates on Robert Wickens

Update One: August 19, 2018 Robert Wickens has been admitted to Lehigh Valley Cedar Crest Hospital in Allentown with orthopedic injuries. He is still being evaluated.   Update Two: August


Hinchcliffe, Ericsson Get Their Ice On at NHL All-Star Weekend

(via – Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports drivers James Hinchcliffe and Marcus Ericsson represented the NTT IndyCar Series in fine style at NHL All-Star Game festivities in San Jose, California. The


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Talking Tech and Teammates With IndyCar’s James Hinchcliffe

(via The Drive) – Six-time IndyCar race winner James Hinchcliffe took a minute out of his busy schedule at Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’s rebranding announcement on Friday to share with The


Meyer Shank Racing Expands IndyCar Program in 2019

(via Meyer Shank Racing) – Pataskala, Ohio (22 January 2019) – Building on the team’s 2018 six-race NTT IndyCar Series program, Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) is pleased to announce that the team will


A Chat With Marcus Ericsson, IndyCar’s Star Rookie Plucked Directly From Formula 1

(via The Drive) – After several frustrating years spent in mediocre Formula 1 cars where he couldn’t strut his stuff, Marcus Ericsson found himself in a respectable Alfa Romeo Sauber last


SPM improvement means it can now threaten IndyCar leaders – Hinchcliffe

(via Autosport) – James Hinchcliffe believes the work Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has undertaken in recent months will allow the team to threaten IndyCar’s leading squads in 2019. Hinchcliffe finished only 10th


Robert Wickens’ Team Has a Car For Him When He’s Ready

(via Jalopnik) – There aren’t many stories quite so feel-good as the story of Robert Wickens’ road to recovery. Despite spinal injuries sustained during a high speed crash at Pocono Raceway


Arrow Electronics Comes Onboard As Title Sponsor For SPM IndyCar Team

(via Forbes) – Sam Schmidt just made a major announcement regarding his smallish Schmidt Peterson Motorsports IndyCar team. This year, Arrow Electronics has come onboard as title sponsor for both of


Schmidt: Arrow deal allows SPM to create IndyCar ‘Big Four’

(via Motorsport) – Sam Schmidt says that Arrow expanding its involvement in Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to become a full partner will help it get on terms with elite IndyCar squads Team


Hinchcliffe talks up new sponsor, Wickens’ future and Leafs’ Cup chances

(via Toronto Sun) – Canadian IndyCar star James Hinchcliffe is never far from the spotlight. Whether he’s winning races (he has six career IndyCar seriesvictories), dancing on national television (he finished