Ericsson Brings Borg-Warner Trophy To His Hometown In Sweden

MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Marcus Ericsson’s race of his life in the 106th Indianapolis 500 on May 29 allowed him to have a weekend to remember in his home country of Sweden this past weekend. Ericsson and the Borg-Warner Trophy traveled in a first-class tour bus branded with Huski Chocolate — Ericsson’s sponsor — and a larger-than-life photo of the driver. Ericsson and the Borg-Warner Trophy went to the Ronnie Peterson Memorial, which honors the late Formula One driver from Sweden. “I’ve been home to Sweden bringing the Borg-Warner Trophy to Sweden and my hometown of Kumla and some other places as well,” Ericsson told SPEED SPORT. One of those fans that stood at the end of the line to see the Borg-Warner Trophy was Ericsson’s mother. “My family wanted to give all the fans a chance to come see me,” Ericsson said. “Taking the Borg-Warner Trophy to Sweden, allowing us to honor the 2022 Indianapolis 500 winner Marcus Ericsson, was very special,” Collins said.

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