Big IndyCar Dreams Pay Off For Ericsson

INDIANAPOLIS — What makes the NTT IndyCar Series unique is the opportunity for two drivers to have something to celebrate at the end of the season. The other driver that gets to celebrate something big is the winner of the Indianapolis 500, the biggest race in the world. The winner of the Indianapolis 500 becomes a part of the long and prestigious history of the famed race that began on May 30, 1911. The winner of the 106th Indianapolis 500 on May 29 was Marcus Ericsson of Sweden. Although Ericsson is just 32, he came to IndyCar after competing in 97 Formula One contests in his career from 2014 to 2018. “I’ve been fighting and trying to prove what I could do,” Ericsson said. “I was close to winning the championship this year,” Ericsson said. Ericsson has proven his skill as a racing driver, especially with his win in the Indianapolis 500.

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