Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Announces Harvey For No. 7 Honda

SOURCE: SPM PR INDIANAPOLIS, IN (August 21, 2017) – Verizon IndyCar Series team Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) has named a driver for the final two races of the 2017 season with Jack Harvey. The Lincolnshire, U.K. native will pilot the No.7 Schmidt
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Race Report: ABC Supply 500

Mt. Pocono, Pa. – Fast and furious. The ABC Supply 500 was one of the most entertaining races of the season with 42 lead changes at speeds in excess of 216mph. The race average speed topped 183mph which factored in
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“What They’re Saying” from the ABC Supply 500 – And Race Results!

  SIMON PAGENAUD (No. 1 DXC Technology Team Penske Chevrolet): "The DXC Technology was a rocket ship at the end. This is such a long race, and all of the changes to the car seem to come together at the end.
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ABC Supply 500 Race Report and Notes

LONG POND, Pennsylvania (Sunday, August 20, 2017) - Will Power overcame numerous obstacles to get to the front, then held off charging Team Penske teammate Josef Newgarden to win the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway for a second straight
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