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Scott Dixon takes 2inTO

My motorsports coverage continues in Toronto, Ontario for  the Honda Indy Toronto. Instead of having one race over the weekend they had two race for double the points. Scott Dixon would take home the victory in booth races and Sebastien Bourdais dropped and broke his Ashley Waterford Crystal trophy in victory lane.

James Hinchcliffe puts on his helmet prior to practice.

Will Power takes off his helmet and fire mask following practice.

James Hinchcliffe races down the front stretch during race one of two.

Tony Kanaan during race one of two through the streets of downtown Toronto.

IndyCar Series driver Ryan Briscoe gets his hand looked at my a safety member. Briscoe would have a fractured bone in his hand.

IndyCar Series driver Ryan Briscoe gets his hand looked at my a safety member. Briscoe would have a fractured bone in his hand.

IndyCar Series driver Ryan Briscoe gets his hand looked at my a safety member. Briscoe would have a fractured bone in his hand.

The trophy of IndyCar Series driver during Sebastien Bourdais falls to the ground and breaks in victory lane

The trophy of IndyCar Series driver during Sebastien Bourdais falls to the ground and breaks in victory lane

The trophy of IndyCar Series driver during Sebastien Bourdais falls to the ground and breaks in victory lane

The trophy of IndyCar Series driver during Sebastien Bourdais falls to the ground and breaks in victory lane

Scott Dixon celebrates in victory lane after winning the Honda Indy Toronto

Race Two on Sunday

IndyCar Series owner Chip Ganassi, left, talks with Roger Penske

James Hinchcliffe prepares for the start of the race

Scott Dixon during the Honda Indy Toronto

Scott Dixon celebrates after winning the Honda Indy Toronto

Scott Dixon celebrates after winning the Honda Indy Toronto

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