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Zak Brown doesn't know the answer to the question he's been asked in the week since McLaren broke a nine-year Formula One losing streak with a 1-2 sweep in Italy. Daniel Ricciardo celebrates his victories with a “shoey” — using his racing boot as a champagne glass during the podium presentation. Brown, the 49-year-old American in charge of McLaren Racing since 2018, was not going to miss a shoey.
The tiny IndyCar team Sam Schmidt formed 20 years ago moved another step toward becoming an elite organization with a sponsorship extension by Arrow Electronics announced ahead of Sunday's race at Laguna Seca. The deal through 2028 retains Arrow's name in the Arrow McLaren SP team title. Arrow continues as a partner of the McLaren Formula One team, the organization said.
There's always a steady line around Romain Grosjean, who patiently works his way through the crowd accommodating as many fans as possible because this outpouring of appreciation was such a pleasant surprise in his transition from Formula One to IndyCar. It's next to impossible to get the hat branded “The Phoenix” — the acknowledgement to Grosjean's F1 crash last November in which he walked out of a ball of fire. Grosjean estimates he's been gifted at least 15 shirts — Sunday's race at Laguna Seca is the 15th of the season — and the one handed to him Saturday shot to the top of his list of favorites.