Physics Informed Neural Networks (PINNs) incorporate known physics equations into a network to reduce training time and increase accuracy. Traditional PINNs approaches are based on dense networks that do not consider the fact that simulations are a type of sequential data. Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM) networks are a modified version of Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) which are used to analyze sequential datasets. We propose a Physics Informed LSTM network that leverages the power of LSTMs for sequential datasets that also incorporates the governing physics equations of 2D incompressible Navier-Stokes fluid to analyze fluid flow around a stationary geometry resembling the water braking mechanism at the Holloman High-Speed Test Track. Currently, simulation data to analyze the fluid flow of the braking mechanism is generated through ANSYS and is costly, taking several days to generate a single simulation. By incorporating physics equations, our proposed Physics-Informed LSTM network was able to predict the last 20% of a simulation given the first 80% within a small margin of error in a shorter amount of time than a non-informed LSTM. This demonstrates the potential that physics-informed networks that leverage sequential information may have at speeding up computational fluid dynamics simulations and serves as a first step towards adapting PINNs for more advanced network architectures.