Posts Tagged ‘Toronto’
[RLLR PR] Rahal Letterman Lanigan (RLL) Racing announced today that the team will enter a car for 2011 GP2 runner-up Luca Filippi in the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston and Honda Indy Toronto Verizon IndyCar Series doubleheaders. Associate sponsorship for the program will come from IMPCO and FightSMA.
Single-day tickets to the Honda Indy Toronto, taking place July 18-20, are now on sale.
On this week’s More Front Wing podcast, Paul and Steph take a close look at the stories coming out of the IZOD IndyCar Series doubleheader weekend in Toronto and chat about some of the other key news items released since then.
Will Power enters this year’s end game as a mere observer for the first time since he signed on full-time with Roger Penske before the 2010 season. Chad examines the increasing pressure on Will Power as his winless streak draws ever longer.
In this guest column for More Front Wing, Canadian USF2000 racer Daniel Burkett offers a start-to-finish blog of his experiences from a weekend racing in front of a Canadian crowd in a Mazda Road to Indy series for the first time.
With the Series having now completed its second-ever double-header weekend and first-ever standing start, More Front Wing present our first impressions of the Honda Indy Toronto.
It’s a slightly different More Front Wing podcast this week as Paul and Steph sit down together for a casual chat to review Pocono and preview the double-header weekend in Toronto.
Paul previews our on-the-ground weekend coverage at the Honda Indy Toronto with a look at the storylines we’ll be following and all the ways to keep in touch with us all weekend long.
MFW’s Event Summary for the 2013 Honda Indy Toronto doubleheader weekend.
Alex Tagliani and Barracuda Racing have all the tools to turn around their 2013 season. All they need is a little bit of good luck.
[INDYCAR PR] SONAX, named Official Automobile Detail Partner of INDYCAR, has announced that it will award a cash prize to any driver who can win both races in a doubleheader weekend at Detroit, Toronto, or Houston.
Steph looks at some of the pre-season advertising choices made by Green Savoree Promotions in Toronto and the opportunities that were missed as a result.