Hondy Indy Toronto Race Results

04CJ6172A“Right rear brake issues the whole race, slowly but surely just kept losing rear brake pressure until it finally went completely. I had no rear brake pressure at all and had to pull it in with one lap from the end. Wish we could have brought home a better result in the No. 28 DHL.”

For the better half of today’s Honda Indy Toronto, it seemed things were looking up for the Andretti Autosport Verizon IndyCar Series squad. The trio all settled in early on and Carlos Muñoz, who was fastest in the morning warmup, was seen as high as P2 before a mechanical issue brought the No. 26 to its early retirement on Lap 69. Meanwhile teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay was battling rear brake issues the entire race until their failure occurred with one lap to go bringing the 2012 Verizon IndyCar Series Champion into pit lane listed in P19. Third-generation racer Marco Andretti brought home the Dr Pepper Honda in the 13th position after a solid race on the 1.755-mile street circuit in the heart of Toronto.

Next up for the Indianapolis-based team is the MAVTV 500 at Auto Club Speedway in Southern California on June 27.

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