Streets of Toronto
Honda Indy Toronto
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Streets of Toronto
About the track

The 11-turn, 1.75-mile street circuit, which offers great views of downtown Toronto, is tight and has led to cars attempting to squeeze past each other in turns. Many times, only one makes it out unscathed. A long frontstretch leading into the Turn 1 Princes Gate, a hard right-hander, is a great place for overtaking.

Race Review

Ryan Hunter-Reay, in the No. 28 Team DHL/Sun Drop Citrus Soda car, inherited the lead on Lap 57 when JR Hildebrand pitted and upped his margin over Tony Kanaan from .6040 of a second to 4.0794 seconds in the matter of five laps on the 1.75-mile, 11-turn course.

Charlie Kimball replaced Kanaan as the protagonist on Lap 72, but the challenger didn't matter. Hunter-Reay pulled away by 7.6 seconds with 10 laps left and -- staying ahead of restart pileups in Turns 1 and 3 with three laps left -- went on to his third consecutive victory.

Hunter-Reay crossed the start-finish line under caution, with Kimball securing a career-best runner-up finish and Mike Conway coming from the 11th starting spot to place a season-high third (the first podium for A.J. Foyt Racing since Brazil in 2010). Tony Kanaan finished fourth and Oriol Servia was fifth.

Hunter-Reay, who entered the race three points behind front-runner Will Power in the IZOD IndyCar Series championship standings, heads to the Edmonton Indy with a 34-point lead as Power's No. 12 Verizon Team Penske car finished 15th (contact with the car driven by Josef Newgarden on Lap 56). Helio Castroneves, who finished sixth, overtook Scott Dixon (out early with an engine issue) for third (46 points back).

"Toronto is one of my favorite races, so this is a special one for sure," said Hunter-Reay, who joined Power as winners of three in a row this season. "(For the championship) We're just concentrating on doing well, doing what we've been doing. We've been good on street circuits in the past.  It's nice to go from the ovals to a street course and be able to win on both.  It shows that this team is capable of a lot.

"Certainly we're on a streak, but I see it more that we're reaching our capability in what we can do.  I certainly hope there's a lot more to come."

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Top Three Positions
Ryan Hunter-Reay
Andretti Autosport
Charlie Kimball
Mike Conway
A.J. Foyt Enterprises
Past track winners
Josef Newgarden / 2015
Mike Conway (R2) / 2014
Sebastien Bourdais (R1) / 2014
Scott Dixon (R2) / 2013
Scott Dixon (R1) / 2013
Ryan Hunter-Reay / 2012
Dario Franchitti / 2011
Will Power / 2010
Dario Franchitti / 2009
Will Power / 2007
AJ Allmendinger / 2006
Justin Wilson / 2005
Sebastien Bourdais / 2004
Paul Tracy / 2003
Cristiano de Matta / 2002
Michael Andretti / 2001
Michael Andretti / 2000
Dario Franchitti / 1999
Alex Zanardi / 1998
Mark Blundell / 1997
Adrian Fernandez / 1996
Michael Andretti / 1995
Michael Andretti / 1994
Paul Tracy / 1993
Michael Andretti / 1992
Michael Andretti / 1991
Al Unser, Jr. / 1990
Michael Andretti / 1989
Al Unser, Jr. / 1988
Emerson Fittipaldi / 1987
Bobby Rahal / 1986