(Steve Swope for Team Penske)
Schimdt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe remains in intensive care at the IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis following surgery after his horrendous crash in practice on Monday.
The Canadian will be out of action ‘for the foreseeable future’ after suffering what have been described as pelvic injuries.
Doctors treating Hinchcliffe have said that he is ‘stable and improving’ following surgery. Schimdt Peterson Motorsports have yet to confirm who will drive the No.5 Lucas Oils car in Sunday’s 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 where Hinchcliffe qualified in 24th place.
© Ben Johnston 2015