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Robert Wickens Undergoes More Surgery, Severity Still Unknown

IndyCar Series driver Robert Wickens has successfully undergone surgeries on his legs and hands, according to Motorsport, and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports stated that they were “completed without complication.” Wickens is expected to be transferred from Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis to a rehabilitation facility sometime in the next week, …

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2019 INDYCAR Schedule Adds Debut at Circuit of the Americas

IndyCar revealed its 2019 schedule on Tuesday (Sept. 4). The schedule features 17 events with a new venue and a new event finale featuring the return of IndyCar to Laguna Seca. The season begins in St. Petersburg Florida on March, 10th, 2019. From March to September, IndyCar will visit 11 different states …

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Carlos Muñoz Subbing for Robert Wickens at Portland

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports will field the No. 6 entry this weekend at Portland International Raceway in the IndyCar Series, with Carlos Muñoz the driver, a week after leaving the entry vacant at last weekend’s Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at Gateway, Motorsport reports. Muñoz’s tapping to drive the car comes after Robert Wickens, …

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5 Points to Ponder: Fireworks Fly Between Truck Series Teammates in Canada

ONE: Justin Allgaier Snags XFINITY Point Lead With Victory Justin Allgaier scored his fourth NASCAR XFINITY Series win of the season Saturday at Road America, continuing what has been a banner year for the driver of the No. 7 Chevrolet. The victory was also Allgaier’s fifth-straight top-three finish. “The last …

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IndyCar Analysis: Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at Gateway

Scott Dixon dominated the first two-thirds of the race, but Will Power came away with the victory at Gateway Motorsports Park on Saturday night. It was Power’s third win of the season and his first since the Indianapolis 500. Alexander Rossi raced in fuel-saving mode for the final 70 laps …

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