(VIDEO) The SHOCKING accident that PARALYZED IndyCar skills

Pilots Katherine Legge and Stefan Wilson made a powerful blow that ended with one of them being transferred by ambulance.

This Monday, in the last practice session for the myth Indianapolis 500where the Argentine Agustín Canapino reached the 16th position, an accident between pilots Katherine Legge and Stefan Wilson shocked everyone.

There are 50 minutes left for the end of practice this Monday In turn 1 Legge and Wilson collided. The contact caused the vehicles to spin and They hit the wall hard.

The British craft hit on its right side and the pilot escaped unhurt, by his own means. However, his countryman He crashed so he had to be rescued and taken by ambulance at Methodist hospital for study.

Wilson was loaded onto a stretcher with a back brace by medical staff. Meanwhile, the pilot raised the thumb of his right hand to give peace of mind to viewers who saw the event.

Canapino and another great day in the final practice session of the Indianapolis 500

Augustine Canapino (Dallara-Chevrolet) reached 16th place in final IndyCar practicefacing the traditional Indianapolis 500, which takes place next Sunday.

The 33-year-old pilot from Buenos Aires and a member of the team Juncos Hollinger Teamrecorded an hour of 39s. 952/1000on average of 362,530 kilometers per hourafter turning 75 chances on the oval of 3,925 meters of rope.

The native of Arrecife, winner of four titles in Road Touring and who has ventured into this fast category of American motorsport since the beginning of the season, was almost 70/100 behind Australian Will Power (Dallara-Chevrolet), who used time of 39s. 263/1000, at an average of 368.897 kilometers per hour.

Canapino earned the 27th starting time and will start Sunday from the ninth row, joined by British Stefan Wilson (Dallara-Chevrolet) and Canadian Devlin De Francesco (Dallara-Honda).

Source: Tycsports

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