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IndyCar Doubleheader In Toronto Deemed A Success, Evokes Memories Of Past Crowds
Published July 15, 2013
DIXON PLEASED WITH FAN TURNOUT: In Toronto, Mike Zeisberger reports the IndyCar garage "feels the Toronto race once again is becoming one of the marquee events in the series." Driver Scott Dixon, who won both races over the weekend, said, "The bleachers were full. Even on the back straight in the trees, there was a ton of people sitting on the grass. I hadn't seen that for a long time. It really has come back. It seems to be as popular as it ever was. I really think that the crowds this weekend, whether it was due to the weather being so nice, most of the stands were packed. There were people everywhere" (TORONTO SUN, 7/15).