Josef Newgarden, already winner of race 1 of the Indycar Grand-Prix in Iowa last weekend, was perhaps set to win a second time in 24 hours! But a crash, probably due to the collapse of its suspension, decided otherwise. After getting out of his single-seater on his own, the American suddenly lost consciousness, causing concern among doctors and fans. Fortunately, the person concerned is doing better, although this incident does not require a certain medical surveillance in the coming days.
Indycar: Ericsson still the leader
In terms of results, it was Pato O’Ward who finally won, ahead of Will Power and Scott McLaughlin. For his part, Marcus Ericsson, the former Sauber driver in Formula 1, ranks sixth in this race 2 in Ioha, which allows him to retain the lead in the driver standings. For his part, Romain Grosjean took ninth place, ahead of Takuma Sato. Here is the ranking of the top ten of this final Indycar event of the weekend. As well as the video of the crash of Newgarden, via the official Tweeter of the American series.
— NTT INDYCAR SERIES (@IndyCar) July 24, 2022
1 7 5 O’Ward, Pato
2 1 12 Power, Will
3 5 3 McLaughlin, Scott
4 18 9 Dixon, Scott
5 13 48 Johnson, Jimmie
6 15 8 Ericsson, Marcus
7 9 7 Rosenqvist, Felix
8 14 18 Malukas, David
9 10 28 Grosjean, Roman
10 4 51 Sato, Takuma
Article published on 07/25/2022 at 6:48 a.m.