Numbers to note from the Honda Indy Toronto doubleheader -- the 13th and 14th races of the Verizon IndyCar Series season:
1.18 -- Average running position of winner Sebastien Bourdais during the 65 laps of racing in Race 1.
3 -- Consecutive podium finishes by Tony Kanaan…Wins for Ed Carpenter Racing in 2014.
9 -- Positions gained by Jack Hawksworth in the final six laps (15th to sixth) of Race 2.
10.25 – Average running position of winner Mike Conway during the 65 laps of racing in Race 1.
23 -- Positions improved by Charlie Kimball in the double header races (18th to seventh in Race 1 and 16th to fourth in Race 2).
27 -- Laps that Mike Conway and Carlos Huertas improved their positions during the doubleheader, most of any driver.
32 -- Career Indy car victories by Sebastien Bourdais, which placed him second in career wins among active drivers and eighth all-time.
81 -- Career top-three finishes for Helio Castroneves, which tied Bobby Rahal for eighth on the all-time list.
116 -- Career top-five finishes for Kanaan, which broke a tie with Scott Dixon for ninth on the all-time list.
147 -- Consecutive starts for Marco Andretti, giving him sole possession on eighth on the all-time list.
229 -- Consecutive starts by Kanaan dating to the 2001 CART race in Portland. Kanaan extended his all-time record.
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