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Hinchcliffe, Wickens confirmed at SPM

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has confirmed its all-Canadian pairing of James Hinchcliffe and Robert Wickens will represent the Honda-powered Verizon IndyCar Series program. First mentioned by RACER several weeks ago, the close friends will be tasked with helping SPM to form its first consistent one-two punch since the team was formed in 2001."Not only am I really excited to be able to say I'll be back with SPM for next year and beyond, but I am also really looking forward to being teammates with one of my oldest friends," said Hinchcliffe who, like Wickens, hails from the outskirts of Toronto."Robbie and I grew up racing against one another, eventually took different paths,...
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