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6Dec

How to Build a Car for Someone Who Can’t Drive

(via EE Times) – Arrow Electronics gave its semi-autonomous motorcar (SAM) design team a little under a year to enable a quadriplegic to drive a race car. As a practical matter, they

6Dec

Let’s Modify a Car

(via EE Times) – Arrow Electronics’ CEO’s instructions for the SAM Car team were concise and daunting: Modify a car so that a disabled person could drive in an entirely new

5Dec

Marcus Ericsson completes ‘great’ first IndyCar test

(via Autosport.com) – Ex-Sauber Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson has completed his first IndyCar test with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports at Sebring, covering “around 100-115” laps. Ericsson will compete in the 2019

5Dec

SPM GM Says Ericsson “Aced” His First IndyCar Test

(via Motorsport.com) – Marcus Ericsson impressed the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda team with his enthusiasm and professionalism at Sebring today, as the ex-Formula 1 racer completed his first ever IndyCar test. According

3Dec

New Las Vegas gym helps those with disabling injury or disease

(via Las Vegas Journal Review) – Bicycles, treadmills and weightlifing machines are lined up in rows in a small fitness center in downtown Las Vegas. But unlike most, this facility wasn’t

2Dec

Wickens and Hinchcliffe Acting Out ‘Days of Thunder’ is a True Gift

(via INDYCAR.com) – Though our race stewards couldn’t come to an agreement, one thing is clear: Robert Wickens and James Hinchcliffe are an absolute treat. The Schmidt Peterson Motorsports teammates put

29Nov

Petro-Canada Lubricants and SPM collaborate to enhance racing performance

As a team partner, Petro-Canada Lubricants (PCLI) is collaborating with IndyCar Series team Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (SPM) to enhance the performance of the team’s Honda-powered Indy cars. Working with SPM’s

17Nov

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Building on Foundation Developed This Year

(via INDYCAR) – The signing of Formula One veteran Marcus Ericsson to drive in 2019 will in many ways allow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to build on the foundation that Robert Wickens