10. Introduction of the Visor Cam

Among the biggest issues surrounding the presentation of motorsport is the inability to translate the speed and excitement of the on-track experience onto television screens. IndyCar has taken a major step to solving this with their introduction of the visor cam.

Meridian Champions Club is an exclusive membership experience, reserved  for the fans who renew their tickets before the deadline year after year. The membership offers tons of benefits including;

Public Sales Will Begin on December 5

TORONTO (November 1, 2017) – The renewal window for customers who purchased Two-day Reserved Grandstand seats to this year’s Honda Indy Toronto is now open.  This annual event for festival-goers takes place July 13-15, 2018, at Exhibition Place.  Orders can be placed online at hondaindy.com or by calling 877-725-8849.  Public ticket sales will begin on Tuesday, December 5, at 10 a.m. ET. 

The Verizon IndyCar Series has been just as hectic off the track since the season ended as it was on it. With an offseason filled with key moves and changes, the makeup of the 2018 driver lineup brings a new dynamic to IndyCar’s marquee series. After a flurry of activity from drivers and teams, here are a few of the big moves and remaining questions from this year’s silly season.

For the first time in over a decade, the Verizon IndyCar Series will feature an all-Canadian team lineup. Schmidt Peterson Motorsports will feature long-time friends Oakville’s James Hinchcliffe and Guelph’s Robert Wickens in their two-car operation for 2018. On Thursday at Goodwood Kartways, the two friends came together to seal the deal on IndyCar’s new Team Canada.

Oh Canada! For the first time since 2003, IndyCar racing will have an all-Canadian team when Robert Wickens lines up alongside James Hinchcliffe at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports in 2018. So who is Robert Wickens? We bring you up to speed with five fast facts about IndyCar racing’s new rookie Canuck.