Josef Newgarden had some fun at hometown star James Hinchcliffe's expense in the Honda Indy Toronto. ''I love beating Hinch in Canada,'' Newgarden said. Newgarden raced to his second Toronto victory in three years Sunday, dominating on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place.
Simon Pagenaud took the pole Saturday for the IndyCar race Sunday at Exhibition Place. Pagenaud had a track-record lap of 58.9124 seconds at an average speed of 109.138 mph on the 1.786-mile street course for his first pole of the season and 10th overall. The Frenchman, the defending series champion
Verizon IndyCar Series points leaders Scott Dixon and Helio Castroneves should not go to sleep on another championship contender, Simon Pagenaud. Pagenaud not only is the reigning series champion, he is the pole sitter for Sunday's Honda Indy Toronto, and he figures to have something to say about