Chip Ganassi Racing’s Marcus Ericsson, driver of the No.8 Huski Chocolate Honda is bringing the Borg-Warner Trophy home to Sweden this week for a post-season Indianapolis 500-winning media tour. Ericsson won the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 in May,
Stops will include a Stockholm media swing and fan-facing events, additional activities organized by Huski Chocolate and BorgWarner Inc., as well as a special celebration in the city square of his hometown of Kumla.
Speaking about the tour which takes place from November 3-7 Ericsson said:
“It feels amazing to be able to bring the Borg-Warner Trophy over to Sweden and share this victory with friends, family and all the fans,” Ericsson said. “It is going to be so special for me and especially on Sunday, bringing the trophy to my hometown of Kumla and being in town square with that party-like feeling. It is such an iconic trophy, and I am very proud to bring it home.”