Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports drivers James Hinchcliffe in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda and Marcus Ericsson in the No.7 Arrow Electronics Honda head to the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach aiming to continue their momentum from Barber Motorsports Park.

The Mayor of HinchTown had a strong car all weekend last time out and qualified in fourth place coming home in sixth place and Long Beach is somewhere Hinch has won at before with his most recent Long Beach win coming in 2017.

Speaking ahead of the race this weekend, Hinch said:

Long Beach is one of everyone’s favorite stops on the calendar. That place has been very good to us in the past, and we are hoping to keep our momentum from last week rolling and have a strong race. The fact that Acura has taken over title sponsorship is an added cool factor. We’d love to be the first to win the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.”

Marcus Ericsson heads to Long Beach after a fantastic race at Barber Motorsports Park where he carved his way through the field to finish the event in seventh place and speaking ahead of the race this weekend he commented by saying:

Long Beach is one of everyone’s favorite stops on the calendar. That place has been very good to us in the past, and we are hoping to keep our momentum from last week rolling and have a strong race. The fact that Acura has taken over title sponsorship is an added cool factor. We’d love to be the first to win the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.”

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