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2017 Honda Indy Toronto

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Canada 2017 Toronto
Race details
12th round of the 2017 IndyCar Series season
Toronto, Ontario street circuit track map.svg
DateJuly 16, 2017
Official nameHonda Indy Toronto
LocationExhibition Place
CourseTemporary road course
1.786 mi / 2.874 km
Distance85 laps
151.81 mi / 244.314 km
WeatherTemperatures reaching up to 27.3 °C (81.1 °F); with temperatures dropping to 22.1 °C (71.8 °F) by the end of the event[1]
Pole position
DriverSimon Pagenaud (Team Penske)
Time58.9124
Fastest lap
DriverSimon Pagenaud (Team Penske)
Time1:00.2357 (on lap 55 of 85)
Podium
FirstJosef Newgarden (Team Penske)
SecondAlexander Rossi (Andretti Herta Autosport)
ThirdJames Hinchcliffe (Schmidt Peterson Motorsports)

The 2017 Honda Indy Toronto was an IndyCar Series event held on July 16, 2017 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The race served as the 12th round of the 2017 IndyCar Series season. Frenchman Simon Pagenaud qualified on pole position, while American Josef Newgarden took victory in the race.

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Contents

Pre-Race

Prior to the race, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports elected to replace Mikhail Aleshin in the No. 7 car, instead opting for veteran driver Sebastián Saavedra. The reasons for the change were undisclosed by the team.[2]

Qualifying

Qualifying was held on Saturday, July 15. Simon Pagenaud secured pole position, setting a new track record time of 58.9124 at an average speed of 109.14 mph (175.64 km/h). Alongside him on the front row was Graham Rahal. The remained of the top six was rounded out by Hélio Castroneves, Will Power, Scott Dixon, and James Hinchcliffe.

Qualifying saw two incidents during the course of its several sessions. During the second group of round 1 qualifying, Esteban Gutiérrez suffered a heavy crash in turn 11 that placed doubt on his participation in the race, both due to damage to the car and due to Gutiérrez displaying concussion-like symptoms. However, the car was repaired, and Guitérrez was cleared by IndyCar's doctors, allowing him to participate in the race.[3] A second, more minor incident occurred in round 2 qualifying, when J. R. Hildebrand made contact with the wall in turn 8.[4]

Race

The race was held on Sunday, July 16. At the start, Hélio Castroneves managed to pass both Simon Pagenaud and Graham Rahal going into turn 1, giving him the lead of the race. Behind them, Scott Dixon managed to get to the inside of Will Power to move to third. However, as cars approached turn 3, Dixon moved wide to avoid hitting the back of Rahal, in the process making contact with Power and forcing him into the outside wall. Power's car suffered terminal suspension damage, relegating him to a last place finish. Dixon limped around the track with a flat tire, which, after repairs, dropped him to the tail-end of the field. He would then be assessed a drive-through penalty for entering a closed pit-lane. The incident brought out the race's first caution period.

Racing resumed on lap 6, with Castroneves leading Pagenaud, Rahal, Josef Newgarden, and James Hinchcliffe. The top five remained unchanged until lap 20, when Spencer Pigot, who had charged through the field, managed to move around Hinchcliffe. Shortly thereafter, drivers began making their first pit stops, including Hinchcliffe, Alexander Rossi, and Josef Newgarden. Just as Newgarden entered the pits, Tony Kanaan nosed into the wall in turn 1, bringing out the race's second caution, forcing the leaders and anyone else who had not pitted to make their first stop under caution and secede track position. Newgarden proved the biggest beneficiary of the caution, moving into the lead once the leaders came into pit lane. Behind him were Ed Jones, who had not yet pitted, Charlie Kimball, Rossi, and Hinchcliffe.

Racing resumed on lap 27 with the top five remaining intact. Further back, Takuma Sato suffered front wing damage and a punctured tire, forcing him to pit again. On lap 29, Jones began to fall back in the field due to his worn tires, losing position first to Kimball, then to Rossi, Hinchcliffe, and Marco Andretti before finally coming in to pit on lap 33. Several drivers began to make their second pit stops shortly thereafter, including Carlos Muñoz, Scott Dixon, and second-place running Kimball. This promoted Rossi to second, but Newgarden continued to extend his lead.

The running order remained the same until the leaders made their pit-stops at lap 54, when Newgarden led the entire top five into the pits. Max Chilton briefly inherited the lead before handing the lead over to Pagenaud with his stop on lap later. Pagenaud led until lap 57 when he pitted, allowing Newgarden to return to the lead of the race. The order now ran Newgarden, Rossi, Hinchcliffe, Dixon, Andretti, though Dixon would pit for the final time on lap 61, promoting Ryan Hunter-Reay into the top 5, though with heavy pressure from Pagenaud behind. The top five remained the same until lap 81, when Hunter-Reay ran wide at turn 7, allowing Pagenaud to move ahead for position. Up front, despite dealing with traffic from a dueling Takuma Sato and Conor Daly, Josef Newgarden held on to take his second victory of the 2017 season by a comfortable margin of 1.87 seconds over Alexander Rossi, while James Hinchcliffe came across the line third.[5] Marco Andretti secured his first top 5 finish in IndyCar since the 2015 MAVTV 500 with his fourth-place finish.

In the point standings, Scott Dixon remained in the lead of the championship, but his lead dropped to only three points over Hélio Castroneves. Simon Pagenaud remained in third place, while Newgarden moved past his teammate Will Power thanks to his victory.[6][7][8]

Results

Key Meaning
R Rookie
W Past winner

Qualifying

Pos No. Name Grp. Round 1 Round 2 Firestone Fast 6
1 1 France Simon Pagenaud 2 59.5570 59.2922 58.9124
2 15 United States Graham Rahal 1 59.3984 59.7432 59.2245
3 3 Brazil Hélio Castroneves 1 59.6836 59.6497 59.4345
4 12 Australia Will Power W 1 59.3910 59.6476 59.5430
5 9 New Zealand Scott Dixon W 2 59.7578 59.5732 59.7970
6 5 Canada James Hinchcliffe 2 1:00.0348 59.7201 1:00.1415
7 2 United States Josef Newgarden W 2 59.6609 59.8992
8 98 United States Alexander Rossi 2 59.5577 1:00.0114
9 8 United Kingdom Max Chilton 2 59.7555 1:00.1202
10 26 Japan Takuma Sato 1 59.5527 1:00.1970
11 27 United States Marco Andretti 1 59.7464 1:00.3384
12 21 United States J. R. Hildebrand 1 59.6967 1:02.3040
13 20 United States Spencer Pigot 1 59.7585
14 10 Brazil Tony Kanaan 2 1:00.0607
15 19 United Arab Emirates Ed Jones R 1 59.8686
16 28 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay W 2 1:00.0926
17 83 United States Charlie Kimball 1 59.9820
18 4 United States Conor Daly 2 1:00.2713
19 14 Colombia Carlos Muñoz 1 1:00.1650
20 7 Colombia Sebastián Saavedra 2 1:00.6272
21 18 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez R 2 1:00.7441
OFFICIAL BOX SCORE

Source for individual rounds:[9]

Race Results

Pos No. Driver Team Engine Laps Time/Retired Pit Stops Grid Laps Led Pts.1
1 2 United States Josef Newgarden W Team Penske Chevrolet 85 1:35:05.3522 2 7 58 53
2 98 United States Alexander Rossi Andretti Herta Autosport Honda 85 +1.8704 2 8 40
3 5 Canada James Hinchcliffe Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 85 +4.7020 2 6 35
4 27 United States Marco Andretti Andretti Autosport Honda 85 +18.7408 2 11 32
5 1 France Simon Pagenaud Team Penske Chevrolet 85 +19.4274 2 1 2 32
6 28 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay W Andretti Autosport Honda 85 +27.3905 2 16 28
7 8 United Kingdom Max Chilton Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 +28.3386 2 9 1 27
8 3 Brazil Hélio Castroneves Team Penske Chevrolet 85 +28.9415 2 3 24 25
9 15 United States Graham Rahal Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda 85 +29.7693 2 2 22
10 9 New Zealand Scott Dixon W Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 +30.3369 4 5 20
11 7 Colombia Sebastián Saavedra Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 85 +32.7668 2 20 19
12 83 United States Charlie Kimball Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 +36.4821 3 17 18
13 21 United States J. R. Hildebrand Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 85 +52.8910 2 12 17
14 18 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez R Dale Coyne Racing Honda 85 +53.9858 2 21 16
15 14 Colombia Carlos Muñoz A. J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet 85 +57.2777 3 19 15
16 26 Japan Takuma Sato Andretti Autosport Honda 85 +1:01.8457 3 10 14
17 4 United States Conor Daly A. J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet 85 +1:02.3752 4 18 13
18 20 United States Spencer Pigot Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 84 +1 Lap 4 13 12
19 10 Brazil Tony Kanaan Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 83 +2 Laps 3 14 11
20 19 United Arab Emirates Ed Jones R Dale Coyne Racing Honda 75 Mechanical 2 15 10
21 12 Australia Will Power W Team Penske Chevrolet 0 Contact 0 4 9
OFFICIAL BOX SCORE
Notes

1 Points include 1 point for leading at least 1 lap during a race, an additional 2 points for leading the most race laps, and 1 point for Pole Position.

Source for time gaps:[10]

Championship standings

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included.

References

  1. ^ "2017 Honda Indy Toronto weather information". Old Farmers' Almanac. Retrieved 2018-08-26.
  2. ^ Malsher, David (July 13, 2017). "Aleshin replaced by Saavedra for Toronto". Motorsport.com. Motorsport Network. Retrieved July 26, 2017.
  3. ^ Malsher, David (July 16, 2017). "Gutierrez cleared to race at Toronto". Motorsport.com. Motorsport Network. Retrieved July 26, 2017.
  4. ^ "Pagenaud sets track record for Toronto pole". Racer.com. Racer Media & Marketing, Inc. July 15, 2017. Archived from the original on July 28, 2017. Retrieved July 26, 2017.
  5. ^ "Newgarden races to second Toronto IndyCar win in 3 years". Associated Press. Toronto: AP Sports. Associated Press. July 16, 2017. Retrieved July 27, 2017.
  6. ^ Malsher, David (July 16, 2017). "Toronto IndyCar: Newgarden holds off Rossi as other aces hit bad luck". Motorsport.com. Motorsport Network. Retrieved July 27, 2017.
  7. ^ Robinson, Mark (July 16, 2017). "Newgarden follows familiar path to Toronto victory lane". IndyCar.com. Toronto: Brickyard Trademarks, Inc. Retrieved July 27, 2017.
  8. ^ Hinc, Ben (July 16, 2017). "Newgarden Finds Luck, Victory on Toronto Streets". theapexracing.co. TheApex.racing LLC. Retrieved July 27, 2017.
  9. ^ "Race Report: 2017 Honda Indy Toronto". theapexracing.co. TheApex.racing LLC. July 11, 2017. Retrieved July 27, 2017.
  10. ^ "IndyCar 2017 Toronto". Motorsport.com. Motorsport Network. Retrieved July 27, 2017.

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