Honda INDY Toronto Race Preview

“I’ve always really enjoyed racing in Toronto. The IndyCar Toronto fanbase is really strong and to add to that, we have a really strong support group with our DHL partners in the area. Our goal is to record our second win at Toronto this time around and get the momentum rolling for the second half of the season.”

After a two week recess, the Andretti Autosport IndyCar and Indy Lights teams head back to the playground. The team of seven open-wheel drivers continue their quests to conquer the race circuits remaining on the 2019 schedule. With just a handful of races to go and the next three weeks filled with racing action, we head north of the border for some Canadian street racing at the Honda Indy Toronto.

  • Length: 1.786 miles
  • Turns: 11
  • Type: Street Course
  • Race Distance: 151.81 miles
  • Race Laps: 85 laps
  • Green Flag: 3:42 p.m. ET

Ryan Hunter-Reay claims the team’s lone NTT IndyCar Series win on the 1.786-mile circuit while our Indy Lights team houses four victories on the 11-turn course. With Andretti Autosport’s four IndyCar drivers vying for the top step of the podium in Sunday’s main event, and three from the stable battling the doubleheader weekend of Indy Lights competition, the team has high hopes of returning home with shiny new hardware Sunday night.

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