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SPM Unveils 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Season Liveries

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports unveiled today, from Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis alongside 100 lucky fans, the three Dallara-Honda Indy cars of James Hinchcliffe, Robert Wickens and Jack Harvey in their 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season liveries.
 
The three Honda-powered cars maintain the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ signature chrome design which debuted on the No. 5 and No. 7 entries last season. Hinchcliffe will remain in the No. 5 Arrow Electronics Honda with a slightly revamped gold chrome livery from the previous three seasons. Wickens will make his St. Pete debut in the red chrome Lucas Oil Honda No. 6 machine, a change from the team’s typical No. 7 entry and a nod to Toronto, nicknamed “The 6.” Harvey’s No. 60 AutoNation SiriusXM Michael Shank Racing entry, with whom SPM is a technical partner, dons pink chrome highlights to coincide with AutoNation’s #DrivePink campaign.
 
Along with the unveiling, the Indianapolis-based team confirmed multiple multi-year extensions with its partners. Arrow Electronics, beginning its fourth season with SPM, and Lucas Oil, a handshake deal between Forrest Lucas and Sam Schmidt for over 20 years, return as primary partners. Also renewing and expanding their multi-year associate partnerships with the team are Launch Consulting, Copper Moon Coffee and Ganesh Machinery.



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SPM Unveils 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Season Liveries
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports unveiled today, from Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis alongside 100 lucky fans, the three Dallara-Honda Indy cars of James Hinchcliffe, Robert Wickens and Jack Harvey in their 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season liveries.
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