Toronto (2019)

12 Jul - 14 Jul
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Promoted: Weekend of pleasure, pain and pride for Arrow SPM

Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ James Hinchcliffe, Marcus Ericsson and Robert Wickens all took turns in the spotlight at Honda Indy Toronto, and each of them had a special memory to take home. David Malsher reports.

Pagenaud: “Never count me out” of title fight

Simon Pagenaud says his Toronto win proves he’s a very strong contender in the battle for the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series, and that self-belief now runs through the #22 strand of Team Penske.

Dixon: Pagenaud had “ridiculous” speed advantage in Toronto

Scott Dixon is puzzled by the setup differences that left him struggling to gain ground on eventual winner Simon Pagenaud without the aid of traffic in yesterday’s Honda Indy Toronto.

Pagenaud “always a little ahead while not taking too much risk”

Toronto winner Simon Pagenaud says that his Team Penske-Chevrolet was so “phenomenal” this weekend that he felt he had the measure of his IndyCar rivals without having to run on the edge, and that gave him confidence while under pressure from Scott Dixon in the closing stages.

Power admits “bad” and “terrible” mistakes in Toronto

Three-time Toronto IndyCar winner Will Power has spoken candidly of a disastrous race weekend that saw him qualify only 15th and finish 18th and in the tire wall.

Toronto IndyCar: Pagenaud resists Dixon, scores third win of 2019

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Simon Pagenaud withstood late-race pressure from defending Toronto winner Scott Dixon to launch himself back into the championship hunt, as Alexander Rossi edged closer to points leader Josef Newgarden by beating him to third.

Toronto IndyCar: Rosenqvist leads Power in warm-up

Felix Rosenqvist maintained his sparkling form throughout the Honda Indy Toronto weekend by topping raceday warm-up ahead of Will Power who appeared to have made a breakthrough in terms of setup.

Pagenaud thrilled, Newgarden content, Power hoping for cautions

The Team Penske-Chevrolet trio were left with emotions that spanned everything from exhilaration to frustration after qualifying for the Honda Indy Toronto.

Toronto IndyCar: Pagenaud takes pole, rivals spin and struggle

Reigning Indy 500 winner Simon Pagenaud did exactly as he threatened to do over the past two practice sessions, nailing pole position for Team Penske-Chevrolet, as rivals Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi and Josef Newgarden spun and/or brushed walls.

Toronto IndyCar: Pagenaud leads third practice as rookies shine

There were another couple of red flags for experienced drivers causing session-stopping errors in FP3 at the Honda Indy Toronto, but Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Simon Pagenaud was again unbeatable and three rookies excelled.

“I’m so lucky,” says Wickens as he thanks fans for support

In a press conference at his home IndyCar race at Toronto, Robert Wickens has spoken movingly of how he appreciates the support from his network of friends and fans because some of his fellow spinal cord injury patients are less fortunate.

Toronto IndyCar: Pagenaud leads Rosenqvist in FP2

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Simon Pagenaud went fastest in second practice for Honda Indy Toronto, setting a 59.8708sec around the 1.786-mile street course to edge Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s Felix Rosenqvist by a mere 0.0603sec.

IndyCar’s 2019 Honda Indy Toronto – facts and figures

The essential statistics ahead of the 11th round of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series – the Honda Indy Toronto.

Toronto IndyCar: Dixon leads opening practice

Scott Dixon, five-time and reigning NTT IndyCar Series champion as well as defending Toronto winner, threw down the gauntlet by setting fastest time in first practice for Sunday’s Honda Indy Toronto.

2019 IndyCar Honda Indy Toronto schedule

This weekend’s IndyCar race, the Honda Indy Toronto, is supported by double-headers for all three series on the Road To Indy – Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 – as well as two rounds of the Stadium SuperTrucks, the NASCAR Pinty’s Series and two rounds of the IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada series.

Karam to race for Carlin in Toronto

Sage Karam will make his first road/street course start in an IndyCar since 2015 when he partners Max Chilton at Carlin Racing-Chevrolet in Toronto next week.