“Tonight showed everyone the strength of our team” – Roger Penske
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Scott Dixon overtook race leader Mike Conway on Lap 83 of 85 and went on to win the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma.
Dixon, who started third in the No. 9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing car, led Ryan Hunter-Reay across the finish line by 1.1359 seconds. Simon Pagenaud finished third after overtaking Conway, whose No. 20 Fuzzy’s Vodka Ed Carpenter Racing car ran out of fuel with about 350 yards left.
Bourdais wins Toronto Race 1, first since 2007
The Capital Cities duo along with Ontario-native Warmels will perform the standard Grand Marshal duties
Organizers of the 2014 Honda Indy Toronto have announced that Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonia of Capital Cities and Tim Warmels, the new bachelor for Season 2 of The Bachelor Canada,will serve as the Grand Marshals for the festival, taking place July 18-20.
One of the highlights on the IndyCar Series circuit is the July stop in Toronto.
Each year the race in Toronto turns out to be one of the most exciting on the calendar. There are always bumps, crashes and controversy, a driver can still win the race even if he starts from the back – and that’s why the fans love it. But wait, there’s more!
“We pledge to do three things to help alleviate traffic”
With a month to go before the 2014 Honda Indy Toronto 2inTO weekend, construction of the race track, grandstands and hospitality suites is already underway at Exhibition Place and organizers of the event have pledged to do three things to minimize their impact on the city’s traffic problems.
“Just a great job by the team, putting me in a position to use our speed” – Power
In the shadow of the Renaissance Center — the cylindrical headquarters of General Motors — Will Power gave the Verizon IndyCar Series manufacturer and team owner/area resident/race promoter Roger Penske a signature victory.
James Hinchcliffe on row 1, Alex Tagliani on row 8 and Jacques Villeneuve on row 9
An Indiana racer, who has revered the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway and its signature race since before he climbed in a quarter-midget for the initial time, will start from the pole in the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race for the second year in a row.
Strategy, drama, overtaking, bumps and bruises
Spectators streaming into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway mid-morning to secure prime vantage spots were quickly joined by tens of thousands of other ticket-holders on a glorious spring day to witness the first-ever Verizon IndyCar Series race on the new road course.