Kyle Kaiser Sweeps Indy Lights Weekend in Toronto

Kyle Kaiser did what he had to do this weekend on the streets of Toronto. The Juncos Racing driver earned a clean sweep of the two Indy Lights Series races on the 1.786-mile street circuit, winning in dominating fashion on Saturday, then doing the complete opposite on Sunday.

Kyle Kaiser wins the Indy Lights race at Toronto

Kaiser, lucked out this afternoon when pole sitter Colton Herta got into the concrete barriers just slightly while trying to hold him off, which allowed him to get his No. 18 Mazda by and cruise to his third win of the season and fifth of his career. 

He also extends his points lead to 52 points with just four races to go in the season.

Herta, set the track record this morning en route to the pole for this afternoon’s race, but after contact with the wall, his suspension broke a few laps later. He’d finish 10th.

Aaron Telitz finished on the podium in his No. 9 Mazda for the third time of his rookie season and his second runner-up of the year. For the second straight race, Zachary Claman De Melo brought his No. 13 Mazda home third

The race saw a first lap crash between Nico Jamin, Shelby Blackstock and Neil Alberico. Blackstock, got airborne when driving over Jamin’s rear tires.

Juan Piedrahita and Matheus Liest rounded out the top five with finishes of fourth and fifth respectively

Race No. 2 Results:

  1. 18 Kaiser
  2.  9 Telitz R
  3. 13 Claman De Melo
  4.  2 Piedrahita
  5. 26 Leist R
  6. 48 Norman R
  7. 31 Dapero R
  8. 11 Rickards R -1
  9. 28 Kellett -1
  10. 98 Herta R OUT
  11.  5 Urrutia OUT
  12. 27 Jamin R OUT
  13. 51 Blackstock OUT
  14. 22 Alberico OUT

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