Cusick Motorsports owner Don Cusick looked like a proud parent watching their child go off to school for the first time as he watched Stefan Wilson head out on the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway to complete his refresher course in the No.25 Lohla Sport Cusick Motorsports DragonSpeed Chevrolet as the opening day of practice for next weekend’s 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 got underway on Tuesday.

Wilson got through each of the three phases of the process with no problems at all and got to work with getting up to speed and dialing into a car that had never been driven until today.

The team has come together with the help of DragonSpeed, Team Penske, Juncos Hollinger Racing, Andretti Autosport, and AJ Foyt Racing which is incredible to see the support to the team who were only announced as an extra to The Greatest Spectacle In Racing a few weeks ago.

Stefan, who is one of the taller drivers in the field spent his time in the car together getting reacquainted with the cockpit of an IndyCar and completed 10 laps in the final three hour session with a speed of 222.232MPH not bad for a team who came together on the timing stand for the first time on Tuesday morning.

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