Schmidt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda says he feels the team can win tomorrow’s race from his eighth place starting position. The Mayor of HinchTown fist pumped his crew following the session and he believes that they will have a good car for tomorrow’s race and challenge for a podium.
Hinch’s team mate Robert Wickens in the No.6 Lucas Oil Honda will start the race from 10th place making it both Schmidt Peterson Motorsports cars in the top ten for the race.
Speaking following the session he said he was not overly thrilled, it’s what it is, we haven’t been where we want to be but it is a good result. The Canadian brushed the wall slightly during his group 2 outing.