Schmidt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda says he is looking forward to racing at one of the coolest tracks in North America as the Verizon IndyCar Series prepares for this weekend’s Kohler Grand Prix at the Road America circuit in Wisconsin.

The Mayor of HinchTown goes into the race this weekend looking to build on his fourth place finish last time out in the DXC Technology 600 at Texas Motor Speedway. Speaking ahead of this weekend’s race Hinch said:

“Road America is one of the coolest tracks in North America. It’s the kind of track that lets you really stretch an Indy car’s legs and really push it. We had a solid test in the Arrow Electronics car there last week, but testing is one thing and racing a whole other, so I’m excited to get there and see what we’ve got

Robert Wickens in the No.6 Lucas Oil Honda heads into the race this weekend aiming to bounce back following a disappointing race in Texas which saw him retire from the race. Speaking ahead of the race he said:

I’m really looking forward to Road America. I think, in the last few races, we’ve shown our potential. We’ve shown that we’re quick. Now we need to try to get back on the podium. Road America is always a fun track, and it’s where I got my first taste of INDYCAR with SPM so I can’t wait to actually race the Lucas Oil car here.

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