Chip Ganassi’s Scott Dixon had a near perfect weekend on the Exhibition Place street circuit in Toronto. The Kiwi leaves Canada with one pole and two race wins.
"I don't know why they called me" - Carlos Munoz
Indianapolis 500 rookie of the year slated to make second IndyCar Series start on Streets of Toronto
Sato is currently 11th in the IZOD IndyCar Series standings
Standing start for Race 2 at Toronto will follow the same procedures that were used in Race 1.
One would think that the reaction to Barfield not being at Toronto would be treated with respect once INDYCAR stated that the Race Director was absent due to personal reasons.
Marco Andretti - 4th, James Hinchcliffe - 8th, E.J. Viso - 14th, Ryan Hunter-Reay - 18th
This seventh place finish earned him 26 points putting him 24th in the championship standings.
Kanaan laces fifth, De Silvestro 10th
Newgarden's race were ended before it started due to car failure
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports drivers suffered numerous of incidents through the race
Barracuda Racing car spun after contact with Simon Pagenaud's in turn one
Jakes finished 12th in race 1 at Toronto; Rahal finished 20th after "avoidable contact" from Vautier
Ed Carpenter Racing finishes 12th with broken wing
Ryan Briscoe was caught up in a crash when two of his competitors had contact. The Australian will now miss the second race of the IndyCar Series doubleheader event in Toronto.
INDYCAR officials handed Dario Franchitti a 25-second penalty while he was on the podium.
The first standing start race for the IndyCar Series did not pan out but the race has exciting moments.
Yesterday on the street circuit at the Exhibition Place in Toronto, Franchitti grabbed the pole for today’s first race. In today’s qualifying for the doubleheader event his teammate Dixon set the fastest lap.
Power turned a fast lap of 1:00.0612 seconds, while Castroneves recorded a lap of 1:00.2866 for Saturday’s race