30th Anniversary of IndyCar race in Toronto


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This weekend will commemorate the 30th anniversary of IndyCar race in the city of Toronto at Exhibition Place.

The 11-turn track has experienced a few adjustments throughout the years when Exhibition Stadium went down and the Convention Center went up. This year a new hotel has been put up, which I’m sure will be full of guests staying for the weekend to watch the race. The pit lane has also been relocated on the opposite side of the track ¬†for the first time in Toronto Indy history and several corners have been altered which potentially presents a psychological difficulty for the drivers this weekend.

Their are currently six more races left in the championship, it’s the ideal opportunity for anybody who wants to cut into Simon Pagenaud’s current lead and take the trophy home.

Josef Newgarden and Will Power, who run second and third currently, have the most obvious opportunity to get pass Pagenaud lead. In any case, this weekend they alongside whoever is left of the field, will all take a secondary lounge to Oakville, Ontario’s James Hinchcliffe.

This weekend will mark Hinchcliffe’s huge come back to contend in the place where he grew up race this year after scarcely having the capacity to show up a last season taking after his Indianapolis crash.

From the minute he shows up on any race weekend James Hinchcliffe is a standout amongst the most famous drivers on the IndyCar circuit. In Toronto he is just about run worn out by supporter and media commitments yet at the same time discovers time to sign signatures and stance for photographs with fans, grinning and getting a charge out of each minute.

Regardless of who takes the cake this weekend, it will definitely be a great race to watch. If you live in the GTA we suggest you go down in person and take a look and watch how some of the best drivers in the world have a competitive showdown.

Below is a map illustrating the race track and where the race will go down in Toronto this weekend!


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One Response to “30th Anniversary of IndyCar race in Toronto”

  1. Cathleen said on July 21st, 2016 at 6:07 pm

    Heck yeah this is exaltcy what I needed.