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. 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…

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Kyle Kaiser Wins Indy Lights Race 1 in Toronto

It’s been two long months since Kyle Kaiser last visited victory lane in an Indy Lights Series race. The points leader though, had four straight top 10’s in the four races since despite not winning. But, the Juncos Racing driver has had a flawless weekend so far in his No. 18 Mazda and has extended his points lead after the first of two races on the streets of Toronto. Kaiser, was fastest in practice on Friday and backed that up with earning the pole for Race No. 1 on Saturday…

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Kyle Kaiser Quickest in Indy Lights Practice at Toronto on Friday

Indy Lights Series points leader Kyle Kaiser may not have won a race in over two months, but that hasn’t stopped him from keeping a strangle hold on the standings. Kaiser, has three straight top five finishes, including two of which on the podium, as he entered this weekend’s doubleheader on the streets of Toronto with some solid momentum. In the lone practice session of the weekend on the 1.786-mile Exhibition Place street circuit, Kaiser had his No. 18 Mazda on top of the speed charts. The Juncos Racing driver…

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Rosenqvist/Serralles Lead Indy Lights Practices on Friday in Toronto

TORONTO – It’s a doubleheader weekend in Toronto for the Indy Lights stars, as the 14 drivers took to the 1.786-mile street circuit for the lone two practice sessions of the weekend on Friday. It’s their only time to tune up their cars before two races and a qualifying session the rest of the way, which made these two issues very interesting to say the least. In the opening session, Felix Rosenqvist, who’s missed the last two races weekend’s, paced the way with a lap of 1:08.3020-seconds in his No.…

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