Three years after a horrific IndyCar accident that left the Canadian racer with paraplegia, Wickens is back on track. And he won’t be satisfied until he’s back on top.
SEBRING, FLA. — Robert Wickens wasn’t happy qualifying second. He knew he could’ve gotten pole, but he’s still figuring out how hard he can push in the new-to-him Hyundai Elantra N TCR, and complications from the chip shortage mean the team is waiting on a display that shows predictive lap times. These aren’t race-car-driver excuses, just reality. Sitting in his RV, quiet and air-conditioned, Wickens isn’t dwelling on P2, but he doesn’t want to accept any congratulations either. He’s not mad; he wants more. Read More: )https://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/a40656308/robert-wickens-profile-2022/