Wickens 'Awake And Alert' After Terrifying IndyCar Crash

The Canadian was airlifted to hospital after a horrible airborne crash at Pocono

IndyCar driver Robert Wickens has been confirmed as “awake and alert” after a truly terrifying crash at Pocono Raceway during the ABC Supply 500 IndyCar race.

The Canadian made contact with Ryan Hunter-Reay, which resulted in Wickens’s car being launched into the air and into the catchfencing.

James Hinchcliffe, Takuma Sato and Pietro Fittipaldi were all caught up in the aftermath of the crash.

IndyCar vice president of communications Curt Cavin said that Wickens was “awake and alert” and has been airlifted to Lehigh Valley Hospital.

An onboard from Hunter-Reay’s car shows just how lucky he was too, as Wickens’s car flies just over his head.