The IZOD IndyCar Series' second double header event took place in Toronto this weekend, an event that also witnessed the championship's first ever standing start, although that didn't go quite as planned.
Scott Dixon won the first race of the weekend, his second race win in a row. Sebastien Bourdais had a strong race finishing in second whilst Dixon's teammate Dario Franchitti finished third. He was to loose that position after the race though after receiving a penalty for blocking Will Power on the final lap. The decision promoted Marco Andretti to third. Despite a planned rolling start, race 1 started behind the pace car after a problem for Josef Newgarden on the grid.
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That standing start was given a second chance in race 2 and it was mostly successful. Scott Dixon lead from the start and dominated from from beginning to end. The New Zealander was rarely troubled for the lead throughout
the race and he headed home Helio Castroneves and Sebastien Bourdais,
the Frenchman one again having a very strong race in the #7 car.
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