Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports head into the final race of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series season, the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca next weekend aiming for a strong race in what has been a tough season for the team.
The Indianapolis based outfit will end their partnership with Honda with them switching to Chevrolet when they join McLaren with the team being renamed Arrow McLaren Racing SP powered by Chevrolet with James Hinchcliffe as one of their drivers for 2020. The team have had just two podium finishes this season with Marcus Ericsson finishing in second place behind Scott Dixon in Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix race 2.
James Hinchcliffe scored a third place finish at the Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway. The team will also be hoping that their partnership with Meyer Shank Racing ends on a strong note as Jack Harvey has had a wonderful 2019 season with the highlight being a third place finish at the IndyCar Grand Prix of Indianapolis at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Mayor of HinchTown goes into the final race of the season in 12th place on 326 points.
Marcus Ericsson is in 17th place in the series points standings on 252 points while Jack Harvey is in 21st place in the championship standings on 164 points.