Anyone hoping to get good seats for the 2022 Honda Indy Toronto better get moving! Turn 3 is pretty much sold out, so unless you’re willing to fork out $1,200 for the VIP Hospitality Suite, there aren’t many options left.

The first race since the 2019 Honda Indy Toronto is expected to be sold-out. Years of pent-up demand, and fans just wanting to return to ‘normal’ summer traditions, like watching the IndyCars speed down Lakeshore Blvd.

This year’s event has such a strong undercard. The festival of activities keep kids and casual race fans occupied. Everything from the Honda Junior Red Riders motocross experience to VR Racing on Free Friday.

For true race fans the schedule is packed with Porsche Carrera Cup and GT4 cars in the SCCC series, but the highlights are the NASCAR tin-tops, plus junior series in the Road to Indy, and of course, the Statdium Super Trucks!

The NASCAR Pinty’s Series a premier level motorsports division. Hotly-contested racing fuel Canada’s tremendous support for NASCAR. From road courses, street circuits and oval tracks across the country, it is truly Canada’s national series. 

The Road to Indy features some of the best up and coming competitors as they try to reach the pinnacle of open-wheel racing America. The Road to Indy races will include Indy Pro 2000 and the USF2000 Championship.

Stadium Super Trucks feature identically prepared high-horsepower trucks. The versatile off-road trucks race on virtually any surface, and will expose the great discipline of off-road racing to the masses.

With the F1200 schedule so well planned out in 2022, Demaras Racing will get a chance to be spectators at the race track for a change. Look for them in the Turn 10 grandstands; they’ll be the ones with the biggest smiles on their faces!

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