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2019 Texas Motor Speedway

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “We were coming up on some lapped cars, and I tried to use those lapped cars to pick on [Alexander] Rossi. We got a good run on the outside, but I just got a little bit high and got into the grey. The car pushed to the…

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2019 Detroit Grand Prix Race 2

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “The Detroit weekend for the No. 5 Arrow car had promising pace but no result to show for it. Yesterday we kept our nose clean in the rain, but guys that made mistakes caught a lucky yellow, so that one was tough as well with some fast…

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2019 Detroit Grand Prix Race 1

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Tough day at the office. The Arrow car was quick in certain stages of the race, but unfortunately the way the yellows fell, it wasn’t to our benefit. A lot of guys that made mistakes today ended up catching a lucky yellow and ended up ahead of…

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2019 Indianapolis 500

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Honestly it was a hell of a day with the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsport guys. I really wanted that top 10 [finish]. We were sitting there at the end there, but TK [Tony Kanaan], famous for his restarts, we got boxed in and couldn’t make the move….

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2019 Indianapolis 500 Qualifying: Day 2

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Indy, she likes a dramatic day, huh? It’s crazy how it played out. I’m obviously thrilled for the team and all our partners, Honda, Arrow, everybody. I know a year ago I was watching everybody else go out for fast nine, and we weren’t in the show…

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2019 Indianapolis 500 Qualifying: Day 1

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda – Made contact with the wall in Turn 2 on his first qualifying attempt – Attempted to qualify the No. 5T Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda – Will have one shot to qualify for Positions 31 – 33 tomorrow, Sunday, May 19 “I don’t know what the…

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Apex Tool Group Bolsters Support for Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports as Official Tool Partner

SPARKS, Md. (May 14, 2019) – If 2018 was a toe in the water for the relationship between Apex Tool Group and Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (Arrow SPM), 2019 is officially a cannonball. Apex Tool Group (ATG), one of the world’s largest manufacturers of professional hand and power tools, is making a splash as Arrow SPM’s…

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Team Stange Racing, LLC Partners with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to Field the No. 77 MotoGator Honda

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (May 13, 2019) – Chicago-based Team Stange Racing, LLC (TSR) announces today a partnership with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to field the No. 77 MotoGator Team Stange Racing with Arrow SPM Honda in the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 with primary partner MotoGator and co-primary partner Lucas Oil. The entry will be driven…

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2019 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Obviously with the pace we had all weekend, sixth is a bit of a disappointment for sure. The Arrow car had a solid podium going there until that yellow caught us off guard. We were all over [Scott] Dixon’s gearbox… In that third stint, we were quite…

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2019 INDYCAR Classic

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 converged almost identically. We didn’t have quite as good pace on the blacks [Firestone primary tires], but the Arrow car felt really good on the…

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