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Robert Wickens determined to get back behind the wheel

Robert Wickens is not about to give up on his IndyCar dream. The Canadian driver was welcomed back to the IndyCar paddock in St. Petersburg, Florida during Fridays practice day, six months after an accident at Pocono Raceway which resulted in a spinal cord injury. Asked if he still wanted to get back in a race car, Wickens response was unequivocal. “Yeah, 100 percent. The goal is to get back into an IndyCar. We won't know till I try it to see if it's a reality. “There's been so many remarkable drivers that have succeeded with hand controls in motorsports that it makes me believe that regardless of how my progression goes, I will be in a racecar again. Just a matter...
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