"How many times do we have to go through the same situation before we can all accept that an IndyCar should not drive at Pocono, it's just a poisonous relationship and maybe it's time to think about divorce, I'm very (As far as I know, everyone is fine with this scary crash.)
These are the poignant and haunting words Robert Wickens wrote on Twitter after the IndyCar race on Sunday in Pocono, for the second year in a row his fall last year has changed his life, and he still can not walk without help after the accident, though his rehabilitation continues to be inspirational Sato ran outside in turn 2 and thought he was "clear" But he seemed to fall in front of Alexander Rossi, and Ryan Hunter Reay, Felix Rosenqvist and James Hinchcliffe also rallied in the subsequent crash, the top five of the top five excluded. Rossi fought in the remaining season with three laps for the championship. Rosenqvist was taken to the hospital as a precaution, but released before the end of the race. It was a miracle that he was not seriously injured.