The Honda Indy Toronto is a major part of the IZOD IndyCar championship. The 11-turn, 1.75 mile long course is the 10th leg of this year's championship series, and it won't disappoint.
Many of Indy racing's top names will take part in this year's Canadian street race. The 85-lap race gives drivers a chance to traverse some of the racing world's toughest hairpin turns while running at breakneck speeds.
Let's see where, and when, you can watch these world-class drivers do what they do.
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Day: July 8
Time: 1 p.m. EST
TV Channel: ABC
Now, let's check out the drivers participating in this year's trek.
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As you can see, that's a star-studded entry list. Notable names are scattered throughout the ranks of this race.
Let's highlight a few drivers to keep an eye on.
Hunter-Reay has finished in third place for two years running on this Toronto street course. He's one of IndyCar's strongest racers, and a big finish on Sunday would give him a major boost in the championship standings.
He's currently three points behind leader Will Power in the current standings. Power is also running in this race, but Hunter-Reay's No. 28 car will need to outperform Power's No. 12.
This is the 10th leg of this year's series and wins become more important as the circuit rolls along. Hunter-Reay already has two victories this year, but a third would be the most important victory yet.
Dixon has won two IndyCar series in his racing career. With six races remaining in this year's run, he needs a strong finish in this year's contest in Toronto.
He's currently 15 points behind Power in the championship standings. Because of the tight standings, he is not out of contention.
A strong showing would give Dixon a major boost as we enter the final stretch of this year's IndyCar series. He has a reputation to protect and watching him negotiate Toronto's turns will be fun to watch.
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