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Toronto Street Circuit: Track Facts Weather Videos
A rough path that marks the roads used during the Grand Prix of Toronto
Located: Exhibition Place / Lake Shore Blvd. in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Track Length: 1.76 mile, 11 turn temporary street circuit
Trivia: The track is home to the Grand Prix of Toronto each year in July, with the Champ Car World Series being the feature racing event of the weekend. That race was formerly known as the Molson Indy Toronto, but the event was renamed to the Steelback Grand Prix of Toronto in 2007. The race has since lost it's sponsor once again after the primary sponsor's company went out of business. No word is out as of yet about a new sponsorship package.
Pitlane / Front Straight
A look at the grandstands that sit next to pitlane.
Pitlane Exit / Speed Touring Cars
View of the SCCA Speed World Touring Cars near the end of the pitlane.
Pitlane / Speed Touring Cars
Another view of the pitlane, looking in the direction of the pitlane entrance.
Turns 10 & 11 / Pitlane Entry
A look of Turns 10 & 11 of the Toronto Street Circuit, as well as the turn off to pitlane.
From the Turns 9/10 Grandstands
A look back from the grandstand seating at the Turns 10 & 11 area of the track.
Waiting Area for Track Entry
The Formula Atlantic cars awaiting entry to the track.