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Dragon Racing pitcrew members injured in IndyCar practice incident in Toronto

Sebastien Bourdais, Dragon, Toronto 2012Two members of the Dragon Racing pitcrew have been taken to St Michaels' hospital in Toronto following a pitlane accident during this morning's first IndyCar practice session.

Chuck Homan and Raffi Aroyan were both transported to hospital for further evaluation of leg and ankle injuries respectively after Justin Wilson (Dale Coyne Racing) made contact with Dragon's Sebastien Bourdais in the pits while Bourdais' car was being worked on. Coyne team sources told AUTOSPORT that Wilson was unable to select neutral as he was entering his pit bay.

Coyne crew member Michael Cole and Dragon's Daniel Martin were also evaluated at the infield medical centre, but IndyCar medical director Dr Michael Olinger said in a statement that the pair have already been cleared.

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