Schmidt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe who drives the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda says he hopes to end the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series on a high note especially after a tough race last time out in Portland.
Speaking ahead of the race this weekend, the Mayor Of HinchTown commented by saying:
With Portland and the rest of the season in the rear-view mirror, all of our focus is on the (season) finale weekend in Sonoma. With so many ups and downs this year, our goal is to finish the season strong and look ahead to a stronger 2019. The Arrow Electronics crew and the entire SPM team has worked so hard all year. I’m hopeful we can end our time in Sonoma on a high note.”
Carlos Munoz is looking forward to this weekend’s race in the No.6 Lucas Oil Honda. The Colombian commented by saying:
Sonoma: the last race of the season and my third race this year. I think we will arrive at a different level compared to Portland. I know the Lucas Oil car a bit more. I know the team more, so for sure, that will help. It will be the last race at Sonoma for INDYCAR. It’s a really challenging track for all the teams, and for me personally, it’s one of the most challenging tracks because the track changes so much, but I’m really looking forward to it. The goal is to do the best, bring home a nice result for the team, (and) don’t make any mistakes. Again wishing a speedy recovery for Robbie (Wickens). We’re all thinking about him.