“Why would they sell it?”
Toronto will be one of three IndyCar tracks to feature a doubleheader
The Honda Indy Toronto will feature an important addition in 2013: a doubleheader weekend of IZOD IndyCar Series races. The addition of back-to-back races in Toronto is a first in the history of the event, which will run July 12-14 at Exhibition Place.
Inaugural event nearly set for freen flag
The inaugural Kart Stars Grand Prix of Toronto is now just six days away and as IZOD IndyCar Series’ teams begin to roll into Exhibition Place, one hundred thirty karters are getting set to do the same. All the final details for the historic event are falling into place, and as race fans of the Greater Toronto Area file into the Lakeshore this year, the sport of karting will be on full display for all to see.
Track construction officially begins at the Honda Indy Toronto
For more than two decades, Director of Operations for the Honda Indy Toronto, Jim Tario has led the construction of the event’s race track. With this season’s race weekend fast approaching, Tario and his highly-skilled construction team began the conversion of the city’s streets surrounding Exhibition Place into the 2.84 km, 11-turn street course that continues to feature the fastest, most versatile race cars and drivers in the world.
The prestigious Portuguese wine brand will be present at the C.T.M.P. this coming weekend…
Ray Courtemanche Jr. and Mr. Emanuel Cabral, owner of Porto Cabral (http://www.globalinc.ca) are proud to announce a new partnership for the 2012 racing season.
Each of the new partnerships will enhance the overall hospitality experience at the 2012 event.
The Honda Indy Toronto announces the addition of new partners, aiming to enhance the overall on-site experience. Sony, CDW Canada, Muskoka Brewery and Amsterdam Brewery join the list of corporate partners for the 2012 race, which takes place July 6-8.
Saturday night in Toronto
Following his participation as honorary flagman at the NAPA 100 last summer, held at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Ile Notre-Dame, now Richard “Dick” Foley will be inducted into the “Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame” next Saturday in Toronto along with other Canadians and Michael Andretti ( in international category). The 18th edition of the CMHOF gala is expected to be attended by over 300 guests.
Sunday, February 12
James Hinchcliffe missed appearing at last year’s Canadian Motorsports Expo because he was taking part in an IndyCar test at Florida’s Sebring International Raceway. In the time since that test, Hinchcliffe has been extremely busy, and he’ll have a lot to talk about when he takes to the CME’s Mazda Stage on Sunday, February 12.
At the Canadian Motorsports Expo
Race fans attending the Canadian Motorsports Expo presented by Inside Track will have an exclusive opportunity to have an up-close look at the new 2012 Dallara DW12 IndyCar. This is the first time Canadian race fans and journalists in Canada will have the chance to view the long awaited car.
An Action-packed weekend is guaranteed for all at the Harley-Davidson® booth
Deeley Harley-Davidson® Canada and participating Harley-Davidson® Retailers kick-start the MMIC Motorcycle season in Toronto, at the Metro Convention Centre from December 9 to 11, 2011. On just over 6,300 square feet, an impressive line-up of 2012 Harley® motorcycles will be showcased, including the popular XL 883 Sportster® SuperLowTM motorcycle, with a Canadian, suggested Retail price of under $10,000, the new and versatile Dyna® SwitchbackTM motorcycle, and the audacious, yet understated, limited edition CVOTM Road Glide® Custom motorcycle.
CSBK returns to Le Circuit August 10-12
Audette Racing on location for a fan event in Toronto
One day before the F2000 Championship Series heads to Mosport for rounds nine and ten of the 2011 season with the American Le Mans Series (ALMS), Championship leader Remy Audette was on hand at a major media and fan event in Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square.
Alex Tagliani ranked 23rd
A multi-car incident brought Mike Conway’s race at the Toronto street circuit to a premature end, leaving the Andretti Autosport driver unable to convert one of his strongest qualifying performances into Championship points.
At Toronto’s Exhibition Place
The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, this week, visits Toronto’s Exhibition Place for the Streets of Toronto 100 on July 8-9 as part of the Honda Indy Toronto. This is the series’ second year to be involved in the event. It is the 2011 season’s fifth event and the third of five races this year on road courses.
First up is this weekend’s NASCAR race on the streets of Toronto at Exhibition Place
Canadian NASCAR driver Pierre Bourque will begin his summer racing schedule with backing again this season from long time partners Aaron’s, Telus and Mahindra Tractors. Bourque will again drive a DJK Racing prepared race car in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series at some of the largest racing events in Canada.
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