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By Brad Gerhart In what started out as pure frustration for Tony Kanaan ended with a hard fought podium turn around.
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Former F1 racer Jerome d'Ambrosio has become the latest driver to sign up for the inaugural Formula E season.
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By Brad Gerhart The hometown streets of Toronto have yet to be too kind for "The Mayor of Hinchtown," James Hinchcliffe.
Helio Castroneves: "We leave with a little larger lead in the points and that is something to be proud of after a crazy weekend with the weather."
It's not every weekend that a major racing category lands on the Black Flag doorstep - but that's exactly what we got this weekend when the IndyCar series came to Toronto.
He came away with two hard-fought top-10 results after a day that saw a mix of dry and wet weather race conditions.
Canadian driver James Hinchcliffe takes turn one during a pace lap before the Toronto Indy was cancelled due to the weather in Toronto on Saturday July 19, 2014.
The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based tech company debuted a commercial last week that pairs its longtime spokeswoman , race-car driver Danica Patrick , with fellow NASCAR driver Tony Stewart , reports USA Today .
The series had planned to run one race Saturday and one Sunday until rain washed out the first event.
IndyCar fans had plenty to watch during Sunday's doubleheader Mike Conway wins the second IndyCar race in Toronto Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1mujggQ TORONTO - Pick an IndyCar race to enjoy Sunday: Sebastien Bourdais' first win in nearly seven years or Mike Conway's second of the season in Sunday's Honda Indy Toronto ... (more)
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Bourdais dominated from the pole at Toronto in the first IndyCar Series race of a Sunday doubleheader, cruising to his first open wheel victory since 2007.
French pole-sitter Sebastien Bourdais ended a seven-year win drought by capturing the first of two races at the Toronto Indy double-header.
Sebastien Bourdais dominated the 65 lap race on the streets of Toronto this morning.
From start to finish the 500 mile race was filled more than it share of excitement, a little controversy and new accomplishments.
After six races in 23 days, IndyCar will take this week off before gathering Aug. 2-3 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:16 pm
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