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
Tony Kanaan will perform his standing start form 4th place, while his teammate Simona De Silvestro will start form 22th.
Justin Wilson to start the first leg from eighth on the IZOD IndyCar Series grid
Ryan Hunter-Reay will start form the seventh position, Marco Andretti is on the 11th position, while James Hinchcliffe and E.J. Viso starts form 14th and 15th respectively
Missing in action today was Race Director Beaux Barfield as he had to take time off for personal reasons.
National Guard Team narrowly misses Firestone Fast Six after red flag spoils Briscoe’s fastest lap.
Ed Carpenter to make standing start debut in Saturday’s race.
Franchitti beats Bourdais by a hair to claim the pole for IndyCar's first ever standing start race.
James Hinchcliffe, No. 27 Godaddy Andretti Autosport Chevrolet, met with members of the media at the Streets of Toronto, and discussed racing at his hometown street course, the season to date and other topics.
National Guard team looks for continuity with Briscoe as Aussie returns for consecutive weekends
Five podiums and one pole for RLL Racing over the years they have challenged the street circuit in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Their two drivers would like to add to that tally.
ECR/Fuzzy’s Vodka squad reaches end of 11-week streak; Indy 500 polesitter ready for Toronto doubleheader.
Detroit pole and race winner Mike Conway has time off from his ride WEC ride which leaves him free to contest both the Toronto Indy and the Houston IndyCar race for Dale Coyne Racing.
While everyone is preparing for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, the IZOD IndyCar Series drew attention to their three double-header events starting with the Belle Isle street circuit in Detroit followed by Toronto and later Houston.
Belle Isle, Toronto and Houston will host doubleheader weekends this year. Standing start procedures include use of FIA spec starting lights.