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IndyCar’s 2019 Honda Indy Toronto – facts and figures

The essential statistics ahead of the 11th round of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series – the Honda Indy Toronto.

IndyCar’s 2019 Honda Indy Toronto – facts and figures

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Track: 1.786-mile street course in downtown Toronto, ON, Canada

Race distance: 85 laps / 151.81 miles

Push-to-pass parameters: 200 seconds with a maximum single duration of 20sec

Firestone tires per entry: Seven sets primaries, four sets of alternates, five sets of rain tires. Teams must use one set of primary and one set of alternate tires for at least two laps in the race. The alternate tires will be the same as used in Detroit, while the primaries are the same as last year in Toronto.

2018 race winner: Scott Dixon (Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda).
Of this weekend’s starters, Dixon and Will Power have each won in Toronto three times, Josef Newgarden and Sebastien Bourdais have won twice and Ryan Hunter-Reay has won once. The man who dominates the raceday stats is Michael Andretti (pictured above) who won here seven times.

2018 pole winner: Josef Newgarden (Team Penske), 59.4956sec, 108.068mph.
Of the active drivers, Will Power, Scott Dixon and Sebastien Bourdais each have two poles here. The record number of Toronto poles is five, held by Dario Franchitti.

Qualifying lap record: Gil de Ferran (Walker Racing Reynard-Honda), 57.143sec, 110.565mph (1999). For current layout, Simon Pagenaud (Team Penske Dallara-Chevrolet) 58.9124sec, 109.138mph (2017).

Previous winners

Mosport
1967 (x2)  Bobby Unser, Leader Card Racing, Eagle-Ford
1968 (x2)  Dan Gurney, Oscar Olson, Eagle Weslake-Ford
1977          AJ Foyt, AJ Foyt Enterprises, Coyote-Foyt
1978          Danny Ongais, Interscope Racing, Parnelli-Cosworth

Toronto street course
1986          Bobby Rahal, Truesports, March-Cosworth
1987          Emerson Fittipaldi, Patrick Racing, March-Chevrolet
1988          Al Unser Jr., Galles Racing, March-Chevrolet
1989          Michael Andretti, Newman/Haas Racing, Lola-Chevrolet
1990          Al Unser Jr., Galles/Kraco Racing, Lola-Chevrolet
1991          Michael Andretti, Newman/Haas Racing, Lola-Chevrolet
1992          Michael Andretti, Newman/Haas Racing, Lola-Ford
1993          Paul Tracy, Penske Racing, Penske-Chevrolet
1994          Michael Andretti, Chip Ganassi Racing, Reynard-Ford
1995          Michael Andretti, Newman/Haas Racing, Lola-Ford
1996          Adrian Fernandez, Tasman Motorsports, Lola-Honda
1997          Mark Blundell, PacWest Racing, Reynard-Mercedes-Benz
1998          Alex Zanardi, Chip Ganassi Racing, Reynard-Honda
1999          Dario Franchitti, Team Green, Reynard-Honda
2000          Michael Andretti, Newman/Haas Racing, Lola-Ford
2001          Michael Andretti, Team Green, Reynard-Honda
2002          Cristiano da Matta, Newman/Haas Racing, Lola-Toyota
2003          Paul Tracy, Forsythe Racing, Lola-Ford
2004          Sebastien Bourdais, Newman/Haas Racing, Lola-Ford
2005          Justin Wilson, RuSPORT, Lola-Ford
2006          AJ Allmendinger, Forsythe Racing, Lola-Ford
2007          Will Power, Walker Racing, Panoz-Cosworth
2009          Dario Franchitti, Chip Ganassi Racing, Dallara-Honda 
2010          Will Power, Team Penske, Dallara-Honda
2011          Dario Franchitti, Chip Ganassi Racing, Dallara-Honda
2012          Ryan Hunter-Reay, Andretti Autosport, Dallara-Chevrolet
2013          Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing, Dallara-Honda
2013          Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing, Dallara-Honda
2014          Sebastien Bourdais, KV Racing Technology, Dallara-Chevrolet
2014          Mike Conway, Ed Carpenter Racing, Dallara-Chevrolet
2015          Josef Newgarden, CFH Racing, Dallara-Chevrolet
2016          Will Power, Team Penske, Dallara-Chevrolet
2017          Josef Newgarden, Team Penske, Dallara-Chevrolet
2018          Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing, Dallara-Honda

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