Honda Indy Toronto, Practice Report
The Verizon IndyCar Series officially kicked off the Honda Indy Toronto race weekend today on the 1.755-mile temporary street circuit. Despite having two scheduled practice sessions, track time was limited due to track conditions today not properly reflecting conditions for the remainder of the weekend. Carlos Muñoz turned the most practice time for the team turning only 17 laps on the streets of Toronto. Teammates Ryan Hunter-Reay and Marco Andretti put in 14 and 16 laps, respectively.

Saturday will see a third practice session and qualifying before returning to the streets Sundayfor the 85-lap feature race.

Live TV coverage of the Honda Indy Toronto qualifying session can be found on NBC Sports Network at 5 p.m. ET Saturday, with the race broadcast at 3 p.m. ET Sunday. For radio coverage, Verizon IndyCar Series qualifying and races are broadcast live on network affiliates, Sirius 212, XM 209, IndyCar.com, indycarradio.com and on the INDYCAR 15 app. Stay up to date on all things Andretti via AndrettiAutosport.com and @FollowAndretti.

RYAN HUNTER-REAY
NO. 28 DHL HONDA

“We only did one real run this morning — which is less than most of the rest of the field. I guess the good news is that we saved a set of tires. I look forward to better weather tomorrow and getting the Toronto weekend properly started.”

CARLOS MUÑOZ
NO. 26 ANDRETTITV / CINSAY HONDA

“It was a short day because of the weather, but tomorrow is what’s important with qualifying. We have been working hard and hope the momentum we’ve had with the win (Detroit Race One) and our good finish last weekend (at Texas Motor Speedway) continues this weekend here in Toronto.”

MARCO ANDRETTI
NO. 27 DR PEPPER HONDA

“We would like to have had more track time today, but there just wasn’t much sense in running the afternoon session. We’ll go back out in the morning and work to get some good data with the Dr Pepper car before qualifying.”