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Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Partners with AFS Racing for 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Partners with AFS Racing for 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (May 15, 2018) –  Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) announced today it will begin a partnership with AFS Racing for a co-entry in the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. The partnership between the two teams will see SPM personnel […]

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval testing – wrapping everything up.

  By Steve Wittich Before we get started with our coverage of on the track, we’ve got a few off the track things to cover. First, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports crew member, Eric Stewart, who has worked in the Verizon IndyCar Series for a long time, lost his home in a fire last weekend. If you...

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Howard Rejoins Schmidt Peterson Motorsports with Partner One Cure for 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (March 23, 2018) – Verizon IndyCar Series team Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) announced today that INDYCAR veteran Jay Howard will return to the team to compete in this year’s Indianapolis 500. The effort will be, for the second year, in partnership with One Cure, an organization deriving from the Flint Animal Cancer Center […]

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