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Marcus Ericsson and the #7 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports crew has won the traditional Indianapolis 500 pitstop competition, the first team outside of Team Penske and Chip Ganassi Racing to win the competition in 15 years.
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 Vincent explains to David Malsher.
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. His race engineer Blair Perschbacher spoke to David Malsher about the newbie’s progress.
There were high points for everyone involved in the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports program on the Indianapolis road course last weekend, and it was Jack Harvey in the AutoNation/SiriusXM Meyer Shank Racing with Arrow SPM machine who made the big impression with his first podium, writes David Malsher.
Highly respected IndyCar veteran Oriol Servia will attempt to start his 11th Indy 500 from the wheel of the #77 MotoGator Team Stange Racing with Arrow SPM-Honda.
The IndyCar Grand Prix on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course is entering only its sixth year, but the track possesses a unique blend of demands and considerations that present a huge challenge, as Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ James Hinchcliffe explains to David Malsher.
Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ established star James Hinchcliffe has gone through almost every possible emotion at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He’s therefore in the perfect position to explain why this temple of speed is so special. David Malsher reports.
Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ rookie Marcus Ericsson got his first taste of ovals last week with a test at Texas Motor Speedway, and afterward thanked teammates Robert Wickens and James Hinchcliffe for their help and guidance. So what did Wickens tell him about the art of dealing with The Big Left Turn? David Malsher found out.
IndyCar rookie Marcus Ericsson says he enjoyed his first test on an oval, at Texas Motor Speedway, but admitted it that there was “so much to learn” and that “it’s one thing to talk about it, but another to actually do it.”
An artificially low qualifying position at the 45th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach gave Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports a tough job last Sunday, but it responded with commitment and smart thinking. James Hinchcliffe’s race engineer Will Anderson explained to David Malsher the Arrow SPM mindset.
The Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park saw Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports turn potential into points, and demonstrated the strengths of both drivers and the team. David Malsher reports.
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 techniques required to find ultimate pace. He spoke to David Malsher.
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 downloaded his post-race thoughts to David Malsher.
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 Peterson Motorsports race engineers Blair Perschbacher and Will Anderson explain to David Malsher how they prepared for this weekend’s race at Circuit of The Americas.
Promoted: 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 for James Hinchcliffe, Marcus Ericsson and the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team.
Robert Wickens, who is fighting back from a severe spinal injury, says that he’s determined to race again and hinted that if he can’t fulfill his goal of racing an IndyCar, he draws inspiration from those who race with hand controls.
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 positive effect throughout the team. He spoke to David Malsher.
Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda driver Marcus Ericsson makes his IndyCar race debut at St. Petersburg in under three weeks. He talked to David Malsher about his preparations and the prime differences in driving demands between IndyCar and Formula 1.
Robert Wickens has released a video showing him raising himself from sitting to standing position and staying upright with the aid of only his fiancée.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson says that putting strong sectors together for a complete flying lap is the area where he most needs to improve his IndyCar performance.