If James Hinchcliffe takes the green flag to start Saturday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama virtual race as part of the IndyCar iRacing Challenge, he will be further ahead than last week’s contest at Watkins Glen International. Hinchcliffe has missed races before for a variety of reasons. He was severely injured in a crash before the 99th Indianapolis 500 in 2015 and was at Methodist Hospital recovering on Race Day. He failed to qualify for the 102nd Indianapolis 500 in 2018 and watched the race as a spectator. But last Sunday, Hinchcliffe and his No. 29 Genesys Honda virtual car disappeared from the staring grid before the race ever began. It literally vanished from the screen. Disappeared without a trace. Hinchcliffe’s alien abduction could have been a case for the “X Files” or “Unsolved Mysteries.” “I’ve had cars not start on the grid and I’ve had throttle pedals stick on the grid, but I’ve never had a car disappear off the face of the Earth before the start of a race,” Hinchcliffe told NBCSports.com. “It reminded me more of St. Pete 2011. It was supposed to be the first start of my IndyCar career, but I didn’t have sponsorship… Read full this story
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