Meyer Shank Racing’s NTT IndyCar Series programme for 2020 has been called into question after Sam Schmidt confirmed during a teleconference on Monday that Mike Shank will have to look for a new partner for the series in 2020 following the news last weekend that Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports have entered into a partnership with McLaren Racing that sees the team renamed Arrow McLaren Racing SP with Chevrolet power after Honda agreed to release SPM from their contract a year early.

For 2019, Meyer Shank Racing expanded their NTT IndyCar Series participation with a technical partnership with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to ten races with Jack Harvey returning to the series in the No.60 AutoNation Sirius XM Honda competing in 10 races this season.

Harvey’s best result so far this season was a third place finish at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The team could expand to a two car full time programme with Honda power given that the Arrow McLaren Racing SP programme will use Chevrolet engines freeing up a supply of Honda power for next season should Meyer Shank decide to set up their own full time IndyCar programme.

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