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SPM impressed by Wickens’ first 2018 aero kit run

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports general manager Piers Phillips offered high praise for Robert Wickens after the Canadian got his first taste of the 2018 universal aero kit on Thursday. With teammate James Hinchcliffe acting as his IndyCar coach and mentor at Sebring International Raceway, it would appear Wickens made quite an impression on the Honda-powered outfit in and out of the car. "It took a couple of runs for 'Wicky' to get settled, and then we went through calibration stuff and some 'basics-of-IndyCar' stuff like fuel saving and other things, but we worked him really hard and he was exceptional," a proud Phillips told RACER. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar IndyCar...
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