Tag Archives: Robert Wickens

Oliver Askew 2020 IndyCar Season Profile

Oliver Askew

Oliver Askew is one of the NTT IndyCar Series’ most promising rookies in the 2020 IndyCar season. Despite only racing professionally since 2015, Askew racked up two championships in U.S. F2000 and Indy Lights. His IndyCar debut was just as promising with a ninth-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway. If …

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Patricio O’Ward 2020 IndyCar Season Profile

Patricio O'Ward

Patricio O’Ward, commonly known by his nickname Pato, is settling into the full-time NTT IndyCar routine for the first time during the 2020 IndyCar season. The young Mexican driver has proved his skill across multiple disciplines, from Indy Lights to IMSA, and expectations are high as he gets into the …

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2020 INDYCAR iRacing Challenge: Honda Indy Grand Prix Entry List

The entry list has been released for Saturday’s (April 4) second round of the INDYCAR iRacing Challenge at virtual Barber Motorsports Park. This week, 29 drivers are entered in the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama presented by AmFirst, four more than last week’s event at Watkins Glen International. Sage …

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Robert Wickens Left Paralyzed from Waist Down After Pocono Accident

Following his accident at Pocono Paceway in August, Robert Wickens confirmed on Thursday night (Oct. 25) that he is paralyzed from the waist down. Wickens has been posting encouraging videos on social media for the last few months, including small movements of his legs and a ride on his motorized …

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Robert Wickens Remains in Stable Condition After Successful Spinal Surgery

On Tuesday (Aug. 21), INDYCAR said in a statement that Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver Robert Wickens underwent successful spinal surgery at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest yesterday. “Titanium rods and screws were placed successfully in Wickens’ spine during the surgery, which was performed without complication,” the release said. “The severity of …

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5 Points to Ponder: Bristol is Back, Baby!

ONE: Bristol is Back That’s right, I said it. Beginning with driver intros that were actually televised so fans could see the song choices and competitors had a rare opportunity to introduce themselves, the hype began. Obviously, some intros were more amusing than others as a handful of drivers brought …

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