TORONTO MOLSON INDY 2005
Spanish champ car driver Oriol Servia approaches the finish line after 86 laps to a second place result at Exhibition Place for 20th running of the Toronto Molson Indy on July 10, 2005. Servia, of the Newman-Haas team, clocks at time of 1:46:10.908, just 0.73 seconds behind winner Justin Wilson of England. (UPI Photo / Grace Chiu)
San Francisco 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh will drive the ceremonial pace car at Sunday's Indianapolis 500, race organizers announced.
James Hinchcliffe overtook Takuma Sato on the final turn of the last lap Sunday, claiming the Sao Paulo 300 IndyCar event.
Dario Franchitti charged back from a pit road mishap Sunday, grabbing the lead with two laps left and hanging on to win his third Indianapolis 500.
Scott Dixon won the Indy Japan 300 Saturday and vaulted from third to first place in the championship race with one event remaining.
Rookie Justin Wilson led the final 15 laps Sunday and won the Detroit Indy Grand Prix by 4.4058 seconds over Helio Castroneves.
Scott Dixon won Saturday's inaugural Rexall Edmonton Indy Saturday by finishing 5.9237 seconds ahead of runner-up Helio Castroneves.
Ryan Briscoe won the pole Friday for Saturday's inaugural Rexall Edmonton Indy -- the fourth consecutive qualifying victory for Team Penske.
Ryan Briscoe drove his Dollara Honda to victory Sunday at the IndyCar Series race in Lexington, Ohio.
Tony Kanaan was in control during the last 94 laps Saturday night and came out on top in the SunTrust Indy Challenge at the Richmond International Raceway.
Adrian Fernandez of Mexico claimed his first pole in over a year Saturday for the Champ Car World Series Grand Prix of Americas.
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