Race Report: Honda Indy Toronto

Race Report: Honda Indy Toronto July 15, 2019 TORONTO—Good news. Bad news. The Honda Indy Toronto won’t show the great results but dig deeper and the lap times recorded by Matheus Leist were on par with those cars running in the top
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Team Penske IndyCar Series Race Report

  Track:                  Streets of Toronto Race:                   Honda Indy Toronto Date:                   July 14, 2019 ____________________________________   No. 2 Hitachi Dallara/Chevrolet – Josef Newgarden Start: 5th Finish:  4th Status:  Running Laps Completed:  85/85 Laps Led: 0 Points Position: 1st (+4) Notes: Josef Newgarden drove the No. 2 Hitachi Dallara/Chevrolet to an uneventful fourth-place finish on Sunday on the Streets of Toronto and
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2019 Honda Indy Toronto

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “Obviously the tire strategy across the board were pretty identical. The fuel strategy was pretty identical. There were no yellows to close the gaps and give us a chance on restarts. So, from starting
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Honda Indy Toronto Race Reports

GREEN FLAG CONDITIONS IN TORONTO TURN ED CARPENTER RACING’S DAY INTO A RACE TO SAVE FUEL Ed Jones Finishes 12th, Spencer Pigot in 15th Following Strong Qualifying Efforts For the Honda Indy Toronto (TORONTO) July 14, 2019 – Race Notes A strong
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Honda Indy Toronto – Streets around Exhibition Place

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda Indy Toronto – Streets around Exhibition Place NTT IndyCar Series RACE NOTES/QUOTES – Sunday, July 14, 2019 RAHAL RECOVERED FROM LAP 1 CONTACT WITH POWER TO FINISH NINTH IN THE HONDA INDY TORONTO; SATO WAS FIFTH WHEN HIS CAR
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Honda Indy Toronto

Podium Finishes for Dixon, Rossi at Honda Indy Toronto Scott Dixon challenges for victory, finishes second for Honda Alexander Rossi closes on championship lead with third-place result Honda drivers claim eight of top-10 finishing positions TORONTO, Ont., Canada. (July 14,
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Honda Indy Toronto and What They are Saying!

Pagenaud dominates Honda Indy Toronto for third win of season TORONTO (July 14, 2019) - French driver Simon Pagenaud of Team Penske showed the NTT IndyCar Series how to celebrate Bastille Day. Pagenaud capped a near-perfect weekend in Canada by dominating the
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BOURDAIS DRIVES MOUSER MOLEX MACHINE TO EIGHTH PLACE FINISH IN HONDA INDY TORONTO     Sebastien Bourdais Race Summary: Sebastien Bourdais, behind the wheel of the No. 18 Mouser – Dale Coyne Racing w/ Vasser-Sullivan car, finished eighth today in the Honda Indy Toronto on
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CHEVROLET IN THE NTT INDYCAR SERIES JULY 14, 2019 SIMON PAGENAUD, NO. 22 DXC TECHNOLOGY CHEVROLET (pole sitter and race winner; third victory of season and 14th of career): WHAT’S THE NERVES LIKE IN THE CLOSING LAPS? “It’s never easy with the lap traffic
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NTT INDYCAR SERIES HONDA INDY TORONTO RACE REPORT 07.14.2019 The 85-lap race, bookended by full course cautions, saw many different strategies playing out through the field. But it was the strategy of those that led the field to the green flag that prevailed,
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