Karam Seeing Psychologist In Wake Of Wilson Death
Justin Wilson, right, was one of the most popular drivers in the paddocks. His death has taken a toll on young Sage Karam. (Photo courtesy of the IZOD IndyCar Series)
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Sage Karam, the IndyCar Series driver whose car lost the debris that struck and killed fellow driver Justin Wilson last week at Pocono Raceway, told reporters on Friday that he has been seeing a psychologist because of the incident.
“I’ve been working with a psychologist this week,” Karam, who drives for Chip Ganassi Racing, said. “I’ve worked with him in the past and he’s really been there for me this week. It’s been tough on me, but the main thing is Justin’s family. I can’t imagine what they’re going through.”
The incident happend late in the race when Karam’s car was involved in a wreck and what appeared to be its nose cone flew into the air. Wilson, who was driving behind Karam, was hit in the head with the debris.
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