Linus Lundqvist will make his IndyCar debut this weekend as the latest substitute for Simon Pagenaud at Meyer Shank Racing.
Sunday’s IndyCar race in Nashville proved that the carnage seen in the inaugural event was no one-off. Does the event have a future?
Scott Dixon won from 14th on the grid with a damaged car, thrusting himself into championship contention as Will Power and Marcus Ericsson were among many to hit trouble in Nashville.
Marcus Ericsson will start from the same place he won from last year in the IndyCar Music City Grand Prix – down in 18th place, behind his main title rivals.