Canadians enjoy solid showing at Honda Indy Toronto

It was a strong showing for IndyCar’s Canadian trio in their de facto home race at the Honda Indy Toronto. While Robert Wickens, James Hinchcliffe, and Zachary Claman de Melo couldn’t find victory lane, each placed within the top fifteen while Wickens and Hinchcliffe pocketed top-five finishes. An eventful day for all in the 23-car … Continue reading Canadians enjoy solid showing at Honda Indy Toronto

Sato sets the pace in third Honda Indy Toronto practice

Combined Practice Results While Scott Dixon stole the headlines for much of Friday’s on-track action, Takuma Sato was lurking in the shadows.  The Japanese product will be on everyone’s watch list moving forward as he set the weekend’s fastest lap while pacing the field in Saturday morning practice. Each driver in the 23-car field bested … Continue reading Sato sets the pace in third Honda Indy Toronto practice

Scott Dixon sweeps Honda Indy Toronto Friday practices

Combined Results from Friday Practices As Honda drivers dominated both practices in the streets of Toronto on Friday, Scott Dixon was the ring leader by pacing each 45-minute session. Drivers dipped under the 1-minute lap mark for the afternoon practice, improving substantially from morning lap times with the help of Firestone red-sidewalled alternate tires.  Dixon … Continue reading Scott Dixon sweeps Honda Indy Toronto Friday practices

Despite tough night, Zach Veach gaining confidence after Texas

While a 16th place finish isn’t much to write home about, there were many reasons for Zach Veach to stay upbeat following Saturday’s DXC Technology 600. Entering the race weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, Veach had made 10 starts in a Verizon IndyCar Series career that remains in its infancy.  A 4th place finish at … Continue reading Despite tough night, Zach Veach gaining confidence after Texas