Graham Rahal

Honda Indy Toronto Race 2

TV: NBCSN telecasts Race 2 at 3 p.m. (ET). Bob Varsha is the chief announcer with analysts Paul Tracy and Townsend Bell. The taped Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires race will air at 6 p.m. (ET).

Sportsnet coverage: Race 2 will be telecast on Sportsnet East, Ontario, West and Pacific. Rob Faulds is the chief announcer and Bill Adam the analyst.

Radio/web: The race is broadcast on IMS Radio Network affiliates, XM 209 and Sirius 213, and the INDYCAR 14 app. Paul Page is the chief announcer. Timing & Scoring complements the broadcasts on and the INDYCAR 14 app.

Twitter: @hondaindy, @IndyCar, #2inTO

Race laps: 65 laps (or 80 minutes, whichever comes first) in clockwise direction on the 1.755-mile, 11-turn street circuit as measured by INDCYAR Timing & Scoring.

Start: Standing start, with order based on entrant points … single-file restarts. Helio Castroneves and Team Penske teammate Will Power start on the front row.

Click it: Starting lineup and tire designation || Anatomy of a standing start

Tires: Firestone street course primary tires are being used at all 2014 street course events; no change to the tread compound from 2013. The alternate tire also has the same tread compound used in 2013 and is being used at all street course events.

Fuel: 35 U.S. gallons of E85 ... Verizon IndyCar Series cars carry 18.5 U.S. gallons.

Engines: 2.2-liter, twin-turbocharged V6s supplied by Chevrolet and Honda ... ... 150 kPa turbo boost for road/street course races; 160 kPa for push to pass (10 pushes for 15-second activation).

Race 1: Sebastien Bourdais, driving the No. 11 Hydroxycut KVSH Racing car, started from the pole and led 58 of the 65 laps en route to his first Indy car victory since Mexico City on Nov. 11, 2007. Castroneves finished second and Tony Kanaan was third for the second consecutive race. Box score

“It’s really sweet. That (win) didn’t come easy. We had to fight and wait for it for a long time but today was just one of these days when the stars align," said Bourdais, who also won at Toronto in 2004 and placed second and third last year. "I guess I was not expecting it because here I know how things can go. I was very relaxed before the race, just did the job and was hoping that things were going to pan out in our favor and they did and, couldn’t be any happier with this one.”