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IndyCar results and points after Toronto

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Scott Dixon ended a 23-race NTT IndyCar Series winless streak (the second longest in his career) Sunday, winning the Honda Indy Toronto by 0.8106 seconds over Colton Herta.

With his first victory in the No. 9 Dallara-Honda since May 1, 2021 at Texas Motor Speedway, Dixon tied Mario Andretti for second on the IndyCar win list with his 52nd career victory.

It was the fourth victory on the Toronto street course for Dixon, and the six-time series champion also extended his record streak of 18 consecutive seasons with at least one victory.

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“Colton Herta became the 1st 2-time pole winner this season in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, earning the NTT P1 Award for the Honda Indy Toronto Saturday”–Paul Ebeling

Saturday, racing teams roll to the track for 3 rounds of qualifying to set the starting grid. Sunday, they will drop the green frag on the Honda Indy Toronto.

View Toronto qualifying results for the Indycar Series below.

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Round 1 – Group A (Top 6) : 1. Ericsson (59.6875); 2. Dixon (59.6996); 3. Rossi (59.7724); 4. Ilott (59.8315); 5. Malukas (59.8686); 6. McLaughlin (59.9217)

Round 1 – Group B (Top 6) : 1. Herta (1:00.0681); 2. DeFrancesco (1:00.1543); 3. Newgarden (1:00.1584); 4. Grosjean (1:00.2755); 5. Rosenqvist (1:00.3655); 6. Lundgaard (1:00.5856)

Round 2 (Top 6) : 1. Rossi (59.3709); 2. Newgarden (59.4614); 3. Malukas (59.4638); 4. Dixon (59.5348); 5. Herta (59.5391); 6. McLaughlin (59.5876)

Colton Herta starts from the pole position after turning a 59.2698 in qualifying. Scott Dixon completes the front row.

Have a super race weekend, Keep the Faith!

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