Found July 15, 2013 on
Scott Dixon was dominant in Race 2 of the Honda Indy Toronto -- from the first standing start in IZOD IndyCar Series history to the completion of 85 laps.
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Scott Dixon pulled off a weekend sweep through the streets of Toronto that has made him a sudden championship contender.
Dixon was barely challenged at Exhibition Place, needing to pull off two late restarts to preserve what was otherwise an easy Sunday drive.
It was his third consecutive win -in seven days - and it vaulted Dixon from seventh in the standings before last week&...
Scott Dixon won Saturday’s IndyCar event at Toronto.
Dixon, who started fifth in the 85-lap race on the 1.7-mile, 11-turn street circuit, overtook race leader Sebastien Bourdais on Lap 78 and held off the four-time CART champion on a Lap 84 single-file restart to earn his 31st victory to tie Bourdais, Dario Franchitti and Paul Tracy for seventh on the all-time Indy car list.
I wrote earlier in the week that Scott Dixon was primed for getting into the championship conversation. Dixon was coming off of a huge win at Pocono Raceway last Sunday after his entire Chip Ganassi Racing organization struggled most of the year prior.
Heading to a track in Toronto where Dixon usually runs pretty well, his championship hopes were once again high.
Dixon backed up...