Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet’s Robert Wickens will get the opportunity to compete in today’s NTT IndyCar Series iRacing Challenge on the Watkins Glen International circuit.

The Canadian who has not raced in the NTT IndyCar Series due to the injuries his sustained during a crash at Pocono Raceway in 2018.

Wickens tweeted on Thursday:

Just found out the company that was providing me a sim has decided not to support me anymore. Anyone in the Indy area that can help me out?! I need a steering wheel with dual axis analog paddles and a hydraulic hand brake. Trying to find a way to make this happen! #iracing #sim

On Friday former driver Max Papis tweeted with a photo saying:

I did it …. out collab SIMABILITY @MPI_INNOVATIONS Proto 1 is in a 📦 4 early morning delivery 🚚 for @robertwickens to race @IndyCar @iRacing …. I won my race Vs Time …


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