Felix Rosenqvist
Sweden

Felix  Rosenqvist

Arrow McLaren SP | Velo

7 Chevrolet
7

ON TRACK

  • Won the 2015 FIA Formula 3 European championship and a three-time Formula Renault title winner.
  • Is a two-time Masters of F3 and Macau Grand Prix winner.
  • Scored three wins in Formula E and finishing third overall in the 2016-17 standings.

OFF TRACK

  • Lists skiing, skateboarding, hiking and video games as his hobbies.
  • Racing hero is Mika Hakkinen.
  • Enjoys music ranging from Slipknot to Coldplay.

STATS

Current Standing
Current
Standing
8
Season Race Wins
Race
Wins
0
Season Poles
NTT P1
Award
2
Season Championship Points
Points
393
Season Top 5 Finishes
Top 5s
3
Season Top 10 Finishes
Top 10s
10
Career Race Wins
Race Wins
1
Career Championships
Championships
0
Career Indy 500 Wins
Indy 500 Wins
0
Career Poles
Poles
3
Career Top 3 Finishes
Top 3s
5
Career top 5 Finishes
Top 5s
11

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TEAM INFO

The name Arrow McLaren SP marks a new chapter as two determined racing entities – McLaren Racing and Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports – join forces with the combined goal to challenge for INDYCAR championships and race wins. That ambition is shared and supported by title partner, Arrow Electronics.

Sam Schmidt set up a race team just 14 months after suffering serious injuries in a testing accident. As Sam Schmidt Motorsports, the team started out in 2001 with the aim of fighting for wins and championships. There were no shortcuts to success but step-by-step we achieved multiple victories and seven titles at the Indy Lights level.

Following the arrival of Ric Peterson as co-owner in 2013, our development continued at IndyCar level, with seven victories and a further 28 podiums registered since then.

Now we enter the next stage of the journey, as Arrow SPM joins forces with McLaren Racing to form Arrow McLaren SP.

What ties us together is a racer’s spirit and a fierce determination and will to overcome adversity in pursuit of achievement, typified by Sam’s journey and the example of a young Bruce McLaren. In the 1960s, the young New Zealander fearlessly moved from his humble home surroundings to Europe in search of racing success, and duly became the youngest grand prix winner at age 22.

At the heart of Arrow McLaren SP is a shared ambition: to race and to win. For our people, our partners, our fans and for our sport.

That common goal provides the perfect platform for our future as Arrow McLaren SP: the combination of Arrow SPM’s experience and knowledge of modern-day IndyCar racing, strengthened by McLaren Racing’s resources and drive to always move fearlessly forward with Arrow’s technology solutions.

It’s a blend that we have to have in order to achieve our common goals of wins and titles. We come with ambition and humility in equal measure, fully aware of the strength of our opposition, and with total respect for the test the IndyCar Series provides.

And while our people want to overcome those challenges on the track, we also aim to benefit our partners and the whole sport off it. It’s a journey we will embark on with our fans, bringing new ones to the series as we strive to grow not only a racing team but motorsport globally.