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Alexander Rossi says his second place at Toronto, finishing less than two seconds behind the winning Penske of Josef Newgarden, was a result of a major advance by Andretti Autosport on street courses.
Graham Rahal was left cursing his bad luck at just missing the chance to pit when a caution period fell in Toronto’s Honda Indy, dropping him from a near-certain podium finish to an eventual ninth.
Josef Newgarden pitted at exactly the right time to benefit from a full-course caution, vaulting him ahead of Penske teammates Helio Castroneves and Simon Pagenaud to grab victory in Toronto.
Defending IndyCar champion Simon Pagenaud laid down a startling sub-59sec lap around Toronto’s street course to claim his first pole position of the season ahead of surprise performer Graham Rahal.
With his 18th and final lap of the session, Simon Pagenaud nailed top time in morning practice here at Toronto, as six cars broke the 1-minute barrier around the 1.786-mile course, the top four of which were Team Penske-Chevrolets.
Simon Pagenaud and Will Power, who finished first and second in today’s practice for Honda Indy Toronto, have admitted that they're still struggling with the balance of their cars, between tire compounds and the streets' variations in surface.
Defending IndyCar Series champion Simon Pagenaud looked extremely strong in second practice at Toronto, moving the #1 Penske-Chevrolet to P1 by 0.23sec.
Iowa winner Helio Castroneves shone in opening practice for Sunday’s Honda Indy at Toronto, taking fastest time by almost four tenths of a second.
Not only the 700-horsepower Indy cars will take to the streets of Toronto in July, but also avid cyclists who will team up for a good cause.
The countdown is officially on for the 31st edition of Honda Indy Toronto at Exhibition Place, July 14-16, 2017.