Sam Schmidt says that Arrow expanding its involvement in Schmidt Peterson Motorsports to become a full partner will help it get on terms with elite IndyCar squads Team Penske, Chip Ganassi Racing and Andretti Autosport.
Arrow Electronics has extended and expanded its investment in the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports IndyCar team to provide principal sponsorship for both James Hinchcliffe and ex-F1 driver Marcus Ericsson.
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Mercedes' season got off to a slow start, as the team grappled with another, at times, temperamental machine. Forced on to the backfoot by a fast-starting Ferrari, and unable to get the best from the tyres, the team took its time and set about rectifying deficiencies without panic.
Ferrari mounted another assault on the Formula 1 World Championship in 2018, and while it looked to have got the better of Mercedes in the opening phases, its title aspirations fell agonisingly short of the target once again.
The RB14 continued to carry the DNA of Red Bull’s previously successful cars, as it pressed on with the same title-winning chassis philosophy, only making alterations in order to comply with the prevailing regulations.
Renault, a fully manufacturer-funded team, may have come across as underachievers in the last few seasons, but having retaken control of the ailing Lotus entity at the backend of 2015 it has had to go through a few growing pains.