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“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.
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.
IndyCar star ready for co-host duties on Breakfast Television & Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown
As the 2014 IndyCar Series gets set to roar back into life next month, Andretti Autosport racer, James Hinchcliffe, heads back to Canada this week to put his co-hosting skills to the test on TV and radio.
Robby Gordon’s SPEED Energy Stadium Super trucks to return by popular demand
Organizers of the Honda Indy Toronto have announced the support series line-up for its 2014 event, taking place this summer from July 18-20. The event will feature a thrilling and diverse line-up of on-track entertainment to complement the two full-points IndyCar Series races headlining the weekend.
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More than thirty Dodge cars to compete in NASCAR racing at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Dodge drivers include: Andrew Ranger, Alex Tagliani, Jacques Villeneuve and Maryeve Dufault. Dodge Red will be the dominant colour both on the track and off at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montréal this weekend. A total of 30 Dodge race cars are entered in the two NASCAR Series races.
Honda Indy Toronto Pre-Race Report
Canadian driver Alex Tagliani is back on familiar grounds this weekend with the running of the Honda Indy Toronto, the first of two consecutive IndyCar races on Canadian soil. Even though this is only the second time that the IndyCar Series has competed in Canada’s largest city, Tagliani will be making his tenth start in America’s top open wheel series since 2000, having run in both Champ Car and IndyCar over the course of the last 10 years.
PT will take over for Rahal at the Glen
Paul Tracy will become the latest driver to substitute for Mike Conway at Dreyer & Reinbold in next weekend’s IndyCar Series race at Watkins Glen. The 2003 Champ Car champion is already committed to racing in Toronto and Edmonton with KV Racing, but will join Dreyer & Reinbold for a warm-up run at the Glen, replacing Graham Rahal.