Ed Carpenter Racing’s Rinus VeeKay may be forced to miss this weekend’s REV Group Grand Prix at Road America after suffering a cycling accident during training on Monday.
During a routine training outing on his pushbike, the Dutch driver sustained an injury to his clavicle according to a statement released by the team.
The Indy Grand Prix winner is currently being looked after by IndyCar medical staff while the team is yet to determine his participation in the upcoming event.
A statement released by the team reads: “Yesterday, Ed Carpenter Racing racing driver Rinus VeeKay was involved in an accident on a cycling trail during a training ride.
VeeKay’s participation in this weekend’s NTT IndyCar Series event at Road America is pending and more updates will be released when available.”
“He sustained a clavicle injury and is currently being treated by IndyCar medical staff. VeeKay is in good spirits and has no other injuries.”
VeeKay currently sits fifth in the drivers’ standings, 56 points behind championship leader Pato O’Ward.