Arrow McLaren Tag

By David Morgan, Associate Editor Alexander Rossi will have to watch Sunday’s Ontario Honda Dealers Indy Toronto from the sidelines after a crash in practice on Friday left him with a broken right thumb. With approximately seven minutes remaining in Friday’s practice, Rossi’s No. 7 Arrow McLaren Honda looked to run wide in the right-hander at Turn 8 on the 11-turn, 1.786-mile street course, making contact with the tire barrier. Upon contact, the steering wheel snapped back around and Rossi was unable to get his hand out of the way inRead More
By INDYCAR LEXINGTON, Ohio – Pato O’Ward resisted constant pressure from NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship leader Alex Palou over the closing laps to win The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Presented by the 2025 Civic Hybrid on Sunday. O’Ward slid his No. 5 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet sideways through the final corner on the 13-turn, 2.258-mile Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to hold off Palou’s No. 10 Ridgeline Lubricants Chip Ganassi Racing Honda by .4993 of a second, the closest finish this season on a road or street circuit. “That was a hard-foughtRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor The revolving door of drivers at Arrow McLaren continues. After recently locking down Nolan Siegel to drive its No. 6 entry, the focus this time around is on the team’s No. 7 entry, which is currently piloted by Alexander Rossi. On Tuesday, the team announced it would be mutually parting ways with Rossi after two seasons to ink a multi-year deal with Christian Lundgaard, who has driven for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing since entering the NTT IndyCar Series late in 2021. In 43 starts, Lundgaard hasRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor Just when it seemed the game of musical chairs that is the seat of the No. 6 Arrow McLaren Chevrolet was over, another round was still afoot. In a surprise announcement, the team revealed that 19-year-old Nolan Siegel would be taking over driving duties for the car starting with Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of Monterrey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. The 2023 INDY NXT Rookie of the Year and winner in the LMP2 class in this year’s running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans madeRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – The redemption arc for David Malukas has begun. After an offseason wrist injury forced him out of the cockpit before the 2024 NTT IndyCar Series season even began and eventually led to his ouster at Arrow McLaren, Malukas got the call he had been waiting for and will be back behind the wheel starting with the June 23 event at Laguna Seca. Instead of the papaya orange of McLaren, Malukas will now be sporting the pink and white colors of the No.Read More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor ELKHART LAKE, Wis. – The No. 78 Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet will have a new driver for this weekend’s Xpel Grand Prix at Road America. An announcement was made on Friday that Agustin Canapino, who is in his second full-time season with the organization, will be taking a leave of absence for this race after a week of turmoil for the team following last week’s race in Detroit. Nolan Siegel, who has raced part-time for Dale Coyne Racing in the NTT IndyCar Series and full-time inRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor SPEEDWAY, Ind. – As Josef Newgarden celebrated his second straight win in the Indianapolis 500, runner-up finisher Pato O’Ward pulled into his pit box, started to climb from his car and laid his head on the top of the cockpit as he tried to gather his thoughts about coming so close to accomplishing a life-long dream. The 25-year-old Mexican has come close to winning at Indianapolis before, but this time, it just seemed to sting more. Starting the day in eighth-place, O’Ward held steady among theRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor SPEEDWAY, Ind. – A decision to stay in Indianapolis for his debut in the Indianapolis 500 instead of heading to Charlotte for his NASCAR Cup Series duties seemed to be paying off for Kyle Larson – until it wasn’t. After a four-hour rain delay pushed the Indy 500 to a late afternoon start, Larson and his team made the decision to stay in Indianapolis to give Larson a chance to compete at Indianapolis. Earning his worth as a part of the four-car Arrow McLaren stable ofRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor SPEEDWAY, Ind. – Thus far through the Month of May at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Team Penske has elevated themselves as the favorites to take home the Borg Warner Trophy when the checkered flag falls on the 108th running of the Indianapolis 500. But the 30 other drivers in the field are hoping to play spoiler on Sunday, including the four drivers from the Arrow McLaren stable – Alexander Rossi, Pato O’Ward, Callum Ilott, and NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Larson running in his first Indy 500. RossiRead More
By David Morgan, Associate Editor SPEEDWAY, Ind. – Kyle Larson already has a daunting plan in front of him on Sunday as he plans to run both the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 on the same day in the latest attempt of a driver trying the INDYCAR/NASCAR doubleheader. Throw in a curveball with an iffy weather forecast for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing and the Arrow McLaren/Hendrick Motorsports partnership for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion will have some hard decisions to make on whether to keep Larson in IndianapolisRead More