Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

James Hinchcliffe 
No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda
“We got hit on Lap 1 which put us two laps down with a bent car. Obviously not ideal with no yellows… We didn’t get a chance to get our laps back which is unfortunate because we had fastest lap of the race, so the No. 5 Arrow car was quick but didn’t get a chance to show it today.”


Marcus Ericsson
No. 7 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda
“Obviously a short and disappointing afternoon for us ending our day pretty much in the first corner of the race. I was side-by-side with [teammate] James [Hinchcliffe] when I got hit really hard by [Takuma] Sato, and that made me bounce into James and obviously damaged both of our cars. That ended our day from there. Very disappointing especially since we had a good qualifying yesterday and a good warmup session where we knew we had a really strong race car. I think we could have had a good race, but it was not our day. Really just disappointed for the whole Arrow SPM team, but we will bounce back.”


Jack Harvey
No. 60 AutoNation/SiriusXM Meyer Shank Racing with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda
“It was a well deserved top-10 finish. We ran between P8 and P12 all weekend, so we ended the race in that same realm. There is a bit of disappointment because we have been performing so well so our expectations are rising. We all want to do a great job for AutoNation and SiriusXM and especially at Michael’s [Shank] home track. We know we can do better, and while I was pushing hard I made a mistake which let Graham [Rahal] get by. Overall it was a very successful weekend for the Meyer Shank Racing with Arrow SPM crew.”



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