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Texas Motor Speedway Friday – 2:00pm

By Patrick Stephan The practice session started with an air temp of 80 and the track a 113. That is lower on the air temp than last night (86), but the track temp is higher (108F last night). While taking a quick walk on pit lane, it was interesting to see a lot of NASCAR...

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Qualifying Day at Texas Motor Speedway – 1:30pm (Practice is starting – sorta!)

By Patrick Stephan Just a couple real quick notes before we get started with today’s first practice session at 1:30pm Central Time. Remember the first half hour that was added last night is only for scuffing tires and pit stop practice – no full speed running. Last night Scott Dixon was asked about this busy...

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SPM Announces Title Partner, Unveils 2019 IndyCar Liveries

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Announces Title Partner, Unveils 2019 IndyCar Series Season Liveries DENVER, CO (Jan. 18, 2019) – Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) announced today, from its 2019 IndyCar Series season unveiling at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colo., a significantly deepened partnership with Arrow Electronics, Inc. The Denver-based technology company is now the title partner […]

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Marcus Ericsson Joins SPM for 2019 Season

Marcus Ericsson Joins Schmidt Peterson Motorsports For 2019 Season INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Oct. 30, 2018) – Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced today that Marcus Ericsson will pilot the No. 7 Honda for the 2019 IndyCar Series season. The current Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team driver will make the move to the North American open-wheel racing series following the conclusion...

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