First INDYCAR test takes Ericsson back to his gritty beginnin…

In his first test in an Indy car and first visit to Sebring, he wrapped his arms around a car that’s tougher to drive than what he’s used to and a track like he hasn’t seen since he was a kid.
“You’re racing on a World War II-era airport,’” said Taylor Kiel, Ericsson’s new boss at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.”
“It’s a good place to test, for sure.”
That difficulty spoke to Ericsson in the first step of his transition from F1 to INDYCAR.
Nine days before he arrived at Sebring, Ericsson raced at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit, a $1.32-billion, nine-year-old course that will take your breath away.

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