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07/15/2016 Honda Indy Toronto Downtown $50 - $59

Race fans can expect three days of action-packed racing and a double-feature format with world-class headliners the NASCAR Pinty's Series on Saturday and the Verizon IndyCar Series on Sunday. In addition to great racing with some of the best drivers, the event features festival attractions for people of all ages to enjoy, including beer gardens, gourmet street food, interactive games and activities, live entertainment, charity events and celebrity appearances. Fan Friday returns for a seventh consecutive year to the Honda Indy Toronto. Ontario Honda Dealers will cover the cost of admission for everyone to check out the spectacle and excitement of the event, in exchange for a donation to Make-A-Wish#174; Canada.

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