TORONTO, ON (January 20, 2011) – Honda Indy Toronto will attain a new level of international profile, safety and economic impact for the 2011 race thanks to the roll out of new track infrastructure and a major investment campaign led by owners Green Savoree Toronto. The campaign, which includes new block and fencing, has received financial support from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) and will be 40 percent complete at the end of the month.

Fans invited to celebrate 25 years of racing

TORONTO, ON (November 25, 2010) – Tickets to the 2011 Honda Indy Toronto are now on sale to the general public, a full eight months before the flagship event is set to take place. Owners of the event, which marks the 25th year of Indy car racing on the streets of Toronto, wanted to afford customers the chance to purchase tickets well in advance for special occasions, birthdays, milestones or as a holiday gift.

November 10, 2010 (Toronto) – The Honda Indy Toronto, taking place from July 8-10, will feature an exciting and diverse race schedule in 2011. In celebration of 25 years of racing on the streets of Toronto, Ontario’s single largest annual sporting event will feature the highest levels of Indy, stock, touring and, for the first time, exotic car racing.

Toronto, ON (July 20, 2010) - After an exciting week of fundraising initiatives on and off the track, the Ontario Dealers Association of Canada and Honda Canada Inc. announce that, together with generous fans, they raised more than $50,000 in support of Make-A-Wish® Canada, the charity that Honda Canada has donated its sponsorship signage for Paul Tracy’s race suit, pit signage and #15 Make-A-Wish Canada/KV Racing Technology/Honda/Dallara/Firestone car.

Toronto, ON (July 19, 2010) – The 2010 edition of the Honda Indy Toronto, Ontario’s largest annual sporting event, was a success according to organizers Green Savoree Toronto, ULC. The assessment is based on feedback from customers, sponsors, teams, series, vendors and other partners, as well as clear indications from around the track and race week activities.