Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Munoz to Take over IndyCar Ride While Canadian Driver Wickens Recovers

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Munoz to Take over IndyCar Ride While Canadian Driver Wickens Recovers

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Munoz to fill in for injured driver Wickens

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PORTLAND, Ore. - Schmidt Peterson Motorsports will run two cars in the final two races of the 2018 IndyCar season while Canadian driver Robert Wickens recovers from injuries suffered in a crash two weeks ago.

The team only fielded James Hinchcliffe's car in Saturday's race at Madison, Ill., but said Wednesday that Carlos Munoz will drive the No. 6 car usually piloted by Wickens at Portland International Raceway and Sonoma Raceway for SPM.

"Robert and his family have been in my prayers and I continue to pray for his recovery," Munoz said in a statement. "I'm very grateful that Schmidt Peterson Motorsports have entrusted me to compete in the Lucas Oil Honda for the last two races of the season. I am looking forward to pushing hard for a great result for the team and for Robert. …

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