As many race fans know, last May was a scary moment for the racing world. James Hinchcliffe slammed into the wall during a practice lap. The impact and resulting fire took its toll on Hinch and without the immediate care provided by the Holmatro Safety Team and the medical crew at IU Health Emergency Medical Center at IMS, the results could have
Verizon IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe’s last memory on May 18 is driving his Indycar down the backstretch of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during what should have been one of his final practice sessions before the 2015 Indianapolis 500.
Hinchcliffe has no recollection of his car hitting the wall, being removed from his wrecked car by
A survivor, but never a victim – that’s how Jeremy Warriner sees himself a decade after a traumatic car accident resulted in the loss of both of his legs. The crash ended in a fire that left Jeremy with fourth degree burns below his knees, and put him into a medically-induced coma for six weeks. Though he has no recollection of that October night,
November has been designated National Aviation History Month and is dedicated to exploring, recognizing and celebrating America’s great contributions and achievements in the development of aviation. In celebration, we want to recognize signifigant milestones in history and highlight the advancements in aviation that have helped IU Health LifeLine
INDIANAPOLIS –Nov. 9, 2015—Methodist Health Foundation announces James Hinchcliffe, Verizon IndyCar Series Driver, as Rev 2016 honorary chair. Rev, presented by Fifth Third Bank, is the marquee event for the foundation and kicks off the month of racing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) on May 7.
James Hinchcliffe is one of the stand-out