James Hinchcliffe

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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Post-Race Standings after Toronto Infographic