Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda says he hoping for a better race this weekend at World Wide Technology Raceway for the Bommarito Automotive Group 500.

The Mayor of HinchTown retired from the ABC Supply 500 last weekend and speaking ahead of the event this weekend he said:

After the disappointment last weekend, I think everyone on the No. 5 Arrow car is keen to get back to the track. Short-track racing and night racing are two of my favorite things to do in an Indy car, so we are all really looking forward to (World Wide Technology Raceway) this weekend.”

Marcus Ericsson in the No.7 Arrow Electronics Honda is looking forward to the event this weekend saying:

“We had a good test at (World Wide Technology Raceway) a few weeks ago where we were able to run through our test plan and allow me to get a feel of the track. Previously this season, all of the tracks we’ve been to prior to the event have been very successful weekends. The plan is to continue that trend. I feel like this year we’ve been very strong on ovals in general, and I got up to speed on the ovals very nicely and having a lot of fun on them. But, we haven’t really had a big result out of it – seventh in Texas was good, but I think we have more in us. Hopefully we will get that in Gateway with a good weekend and a good car. Myself and the Arrow SPM team are really looking forward to it and we want to bounce back after a disappointing end result for the whole team at Pocono.”

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