Green Savoree Racing Promotions and Canadian Tire Motorsport Park management put out a joint release today confirming they have discussed the option of a Verizon IndyCar Series date at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in 2015.
A Verizon IndyCar track inspector has completed a full track inspection at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park and has provided recommendations.
“Understandably, the Toronto 2015 Pan Am & Parapan American Games have forced us to consider alternative dates and venues for next year’s race. We have worked tirelessly to explore all options and are close to making an announcement regarding when and where we’ll be racing in 2015,” said Charlie Johnstone, president, Honda Indy Toronto.
“Kim Green and Kevin Savoree are friends within the motorsports industry and we will do whatever we can to help maintain an IndyCar date in 2015 here in Canada, given the challenges of the 2015 Pan-Am Games,” said Myles Brandt, president and general manager at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
“We’d be happy to help.”