Eventually, it reached two thighs. And Marcus Ericsson sat at the top to win "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
Jimmie Johnson, a NASCAR champion and IndyCar rookie, hit six rounds to get into the Indy 500 on Sunday,
leading to a red apartment with Ericsson leading Pato O'Ward and Tony Kanaan, who won in 2013, by two seconds. and above. images.
Instead of collapsing, Ericsson faced a challenge. After a fresh start, the Chip Ganassi Racing driver crossed the first line in the two-legged race to win
the 106th race of the Indianapolis 500. He and Kenny Bräck are the only Swedish drivers to win the race.
The 31-year-old technician won technically cautiously as Sage Karam hit the backstretch and pulled out a yellow flag as the leaders entered the 3rd.
The yellow flag and checker flew, winning the Ericsson victory. Ericsson, 31, started on the fifth Sunday, following in the footsteps of teammates
Scott Dixon and Alex Palou, Rinus VeeKay and Ed Carpenter, after the Ganassi drivers' fine performance in the qualifiers last weekend.
Dixon and Palou had mistakes that got them out of contention, the Swedish remained stable until the end.
Ericsson came in on Sunday with two IndyCar wins at work. They both came in 2021, to Detroit and Nashville, respectively.