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NTT INDYCAR SERIES HONDA INDY TORONTO QUALIFYING REPORT

07.13.2019 With qualifying on the streets of Toronto complete, all focus shifts to Sunday’s 85-lap race. Broadcast coverage of the Honda Indy Toronto at 3 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network. No. 27 NAPA AUTO PARTS HONDA STARTING POSITION: 4th QUALIFYING TIME: 0:58.9215 OF NOTE: Made his fifth Firestone Fast Six appearance of the season // Brushed the...

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Tough Toronto Qualifying for Rookie Ferrucci 

Toronto, ON (July 13, 2019) – Dale Coyne Racing rookie Santino Ferrucci was hopeful heading into Saturday’s qualifying session at the Honda Indy Toronto after a strong morning practice session. However, the driver of the #19 Cly-Del Manufacturing Honda had to settle for a 17th place on the starting grid for tomorrow’s Canadian round on the...

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Honda Indy Toronto Saturday End of Day

By Patrick Stephan First on the Dixon spin at the end of the session. Remember that the timing line is just past the tires on the exit of Turn 8. This allows drivers to complete a lap, then go directly to pit road. Dixon was last in line and spun on the track over in...

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Honda Indy Toronto – Firestone Fast 6 Qualifying Report

By Patrick Stephan Group 1 Round 1 After 5 minutes, the leader is Rosenqvist at 59.3424, then it’s Andretti, Bourdais, Rahal, Pigot, Power  – then Sato who just got a drive through for a pit lane speed violation, followed by Chilton, Ferrucci, Leist and Karam. Everyone except Leist did their early laps on blacks. Switching...

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Honda Indy Toronto Qualifying Groups and Bourdais/Sato Altercation Video Link

By Patrick Stephan As we get ready for quals, the temperature is up to 80, with the track at 118, so way up from previous practices this weekend, and it was just 96 this morning. The humidity is 68%. There are some scattered showers heading this way, but will the stay together and or even...

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Honda Indy Toronto Saturday Practice Notes and Results

By Patrick Stephan Practice session #3 for the weekend got started with the track at 74F, the track at 96F and the humidity 78%. We’ve got bright sunshine and a light breeze here along the shores of Lake Ontario – the smallest of the Great Lakes. Almost 2/3rds of the way through the session, Simon...

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Happy Saturday Morning from the Honda Indy Toronto

By Patrick Stephan First, according to my cell phone, it’s supposed to be 8 degrees warmer today. We’ve got full sunshine and the place looks beautiful with the temperature at 73F as of 9:45am. The track is at 92F and the humidity is up to 77%. In watching times of various series, we are still...

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Robert Wickens Press Conference Transcript!

I was going to cut this up and highlight certain parts, but I decided our readers don’t need me to tell them the important parts of today’s Robert Wicken’s press conference – it’s all important! We got great answers from Mike Long the Arrow Chairman and CEO, Ted Klause, the President of Honda Performance Development,...

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Honda Indy Toronto End of Day – Friday!

By Patrick Stephan Today’s practices were interesting. First, surprised that the times are slightly slower this year versus last. Forgot to ask one of the drivers, but I’ll try to do that tomorrow. My hunch is that recent repaves of the back stretch (2017) and front stretch (2018) are showing their age thanks to the...

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2019 Honda Indy Toronto Practice #2 Notes and Time Sheet!

By Patrick Stephan NTT IndyCar Series practice #2 started out under cloudy skies with the air temperature at 74, the track at 94 and the humidity at 61%. That’s up 2 on the ambient, up 9 on the track, and down 8 on the humidity from this morning. The session got exciting just three minutes...

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