IndyCar Las Vegas Odds In Toronto: Ryan Hunter-Reay for Third Straight
Sunday, July 08, 2012
by Bovada Sportsbook
Hunter-Reay is coming off back-to-back victories in Milwaukee and Iowa; his first two IndyCar Series wins of the season. That set of results has pushed him into second place in the circuit's driver standings, where he trails series leader Will Power by just three points.
Power leads all IndyCar Series drivers with three victories on the season, but he hasn't managed to cross the finish line in first place since the fourth race of the year back on April 29 in Brazil. Helio Castroneves, Scott Dixon, Justin Wilson, and Dario Franchitti have won the other four races this season, with Franchitti claiming the 2012 Indianapolis 500.
And Franchitti is also the defending champion at the Honda Indy Toronto, as he held off Dixon and Hunter-Reay to win that event last season. Marco Andretti and Vitor Meira made up the rest of the top five drivers at that race, with Power finishing back in 24th place.
Power, however, won the IndyCar race at Toronto in both 2010 and 2007, with Franchitti also taking the checkered flag at the street circuit in 2009 and back in 1999. Wilson won the event at Toronto during the 2005 season; the race wasn't held in the 2008 season.
Franchitti is back in eighth place in the driver standings heading into this weekend's race in Toronto, where he sits 70 points behind Power. Dixon, Castroneves, James Hinchcliffe, Simon Pagenaud, and Tony Kanaan sit third through seventh in the driver standings.
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