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Robert Wickens wary of lengthy recovery process after Pocono crash

In his first social media post since his horrific crash at Pocono Raceway in August, Robert Wickens admits he faces a long road to a full recovery after undergoing numerous surgeries. Wickens' family released a statement with Schmidt Peterson team revealing the full list of injuries the Canadian suffered in the crash, including fractures to both arms and legs as well as spinal cord injuries. From his hospital bed at the Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, he spoke about his injuries and wished all of the competitors' good luck going into the final race of the season at Sonoma. In the video, he said: 'I just wanted to take the time to send you guys a...
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