After fans and festival-goers missed this Toronto tradition for the past two summers, the 34th edition of the annual gathering resumes. The temporary 2.874 kilometer (1.786 mile) 11-corner course around Expo Park has a long and storied history on the annual INDYCAR calendar, ranking second only to the Long Beach, Calif., stop on last weekend, for years on the street. course and the only international race in the series based in the United States. The NTT INDYCAR SERIES race on Sunday July 17 will once again headline the weekend filled with on-track and off-track activities.
“It’s great to be able to say that. The Honda Indy Toronto returns! said Jeff Atkinson, president of the Honda Indy Toronto. “It’s one of the must-see events on Toronto’s annual calendar. We thank our partners led by Honda Canada and our fans for their support and patience as we return to racing at Exhibition Place.
Thunder Alley will once again be filled with exhibits and activations, as well as food and entertainment for all ages. Access to the “Motorsports Locker Room” will be possible with the purchase of a Paddock Pass, and those looking for an even closer to the action experience can add a Pit Pass. More announcements will be forthcoming regarding Honda Indy Toronto weekend features, including Honda Fan Friday, which offers free entry courtesy of Ontario Honda dealerships. All health and safety protocols indicated as necessary by local health authorities at the time of the event will be implemented.