Marcus Ericsson and Linus Lundqvist involved in separate wrecks during Indy 500 preparations

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INDIANAPOLIS — Former Indianapolis 500 winner Marcus Ericsson and rookie Linus Lundqvist were involved in separate crashes during a busy day of practice. That left their teams from Andretti Global and Chip Ganassi Racing with a lot of work ahead of them with qualifying ahead this weekend. Both of the drivers appeared to hit the curb in the turn, which shot them into the outside wall. Ericsson sustained heavy damage to the left side of his car while Lundqvist tore up the right rear of his car. Rain washed out Tuesday and most of Wednesday and more rain is in the forecast for Friday.


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