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Indy 500: Wickens shunts in final practice

Robert Wickens crashed his Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda during practice for the Indianapolis 500, after brushing a wall, triggering what appeared to be suspension failure. After a brief rain delay the 3h30min session was just 19mins old, and the Canadian rookie was lying 11th on the speed charts with his third lap. On his fourth lap, he pushed up into the wall exiting Turn 2, and further down the backstraight a component appeared to fail, spitting him sharp right into the wall again. The car sustained heavy front end and right-side damage, but Wickens was able to step out unaided. Within five minutes he had been checked at the IU Medical Center, and cleared to drive. Wickens has...
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