The North American one-seat championship organizer announced Friday that the IndyCar race, which was scheduled to be held on the streets of Toronto in July, has been canceled due to the Covid-19 problems.
It is the second year in a row that the Toronto Indy, the only race scheduled to be held outside the United States in 2021, has been canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Failure to hold this race in Canada, scheduled for July 11th, reduces the Indycar season schedule to 16 events. “That this vacuum for the second year in a row is heartbreaking.”Said Mark Miles, president of Penske Entertainment Corporation, which owns
Championship rights. “We miss our fans deeply there and urge them to keep their safety during this unprecedented time.”, Confirmed.
The 2021 version of this race, which began on the streets of Toronto in 1986, has become impossible due to ongoing health and safety restrictions in the province of Ontario due to the pandemic. Indycar indicated she was considering Various scenarios For its schedule, which now has a five-week gap between the July 4 event in mid-Ohio and the August 8 event in Nashville.
New Zealand defending champion Scott Dickson, who is looking for the seventh crown, leads the standings with 153 points, compared to 131 for Mexico’s Bateaux Ward. Dickson won the race three times in Toronto, the last time in 2018. The last event winner was Frenchman Simone Pagenaud, who won there in 2019.
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