A fan-favourite, and racing icon, Will Power poses with Daniel Demaras and Michelle Demaras. Power is the 2014 IndyCar Series Champion and 2018 Indianapolis 500 winner. When he’s not in the Team Penske #12 Verizon Dallara Chevrolet., he always makes time for race fans.
IndyCar rookie David Malukas put in t a season-best qualifying performance in Toronto, and was happy to stop for a chat and a picture with his new fans dressed merch supporting Dalton Kellett, Christian Lundgaard, and even Takuma Sato (David’s teammate).
Marcus Ericsson poses with race fan Chris Demaras. Ericsson competes in the NTT IndyCar Series, driving the No. 8 Huski Chocolates Dallara Honda for Chip Ganassi Racing and is the 2022 Indianapolis 500 winner, having previously competed in Formula One between 2014 and 2018 for Caterham and Sauber.
Michelle and Daniel bumped into Felix Rosenqvist at Pocono Speedway. The Swedish driver started in Indy Lights, and after a stint in Formula E has now made his way to IndyCar where he pilots the #10 NTT DATA Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda.
Daniel Demaras and Michelle Demaras with 2016 IndyCar Series Champion and 2019 Indianapolis 500 winner, Simon Pagenaud, driver of Team Penske #22 Menards / DXC Technology Dallara Chevrolet.
Here’s Michelle Demaras at the 2019 Honda Indy Toronto with Andretti Autosport IndyCar driver Conor Daly .
The legend; four-time Indianapolis 500 Champion Helio Castroneves with Daniel Demaras at CTMP.
Daniel Demaras poses with Uli Bieri, legendary Canadian sports car racer, and current owner of Toronto Motorsports Park on the road course at his track in Cayuga.
The notoriously fan-photo averse Chip Ganassi stopped for a pic, with a curt “Make it quick, boys.” right after qualifying at the 2022 Honda Indy Toronto. Team owner of the #8 (Marcus Ericsson), #9 (Scott Dixon), #10 (Alex Palou), and #48 (Jimmy Johnson) Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Hondas in the NTT IndyCar Series, Chip himself was a racer in CART back in the ’80s.
Chris Demaras finally met Danish racing superstar Jan Magnussen, factory Corvette Racing factory driver who has competed in F1, DTM, CART, IMSA as well as winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times!
IndyCar driver and IMSA Sports Car racer Jack Hawksworth with Daniel Demaras posing in fromt of the AIM Vasser Sullivan Lexus paddock at the 2019 IMSA race.
Michelle Demaras poses with Formula 4 and U.S. F2000 driver Dakota Dickerson after taking pole position in the support series race at the 2018 Honda Indy Toronto.
K1 Speed ambassador Patricio Jourdain whose diverse racing experience includes 2004 Formula Renault, 2007 NASCAR Mexico, 2013 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and 2017 Tractocamiones Freightliner series.
Former NASCAR Pinty’s Series driver and current IMSA sports car ace James Vance with young Daniel Demaras at Goodwood Kartways.
Canadian IndyCar driver, and local karting hero, Robert Wickens, poses with his young fan Michelle #29 Demaras.
Canada’s greatest IndyCar racer, 2003 Champion Paul Tracy, with Daniel Demaras and Chris Demaras at the K1 Speed grand opening in Toronto..
IndyCar series champion and Indianapolis 400 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay poses with Michelle Demaras at the Honda Indy Toronto in 2018.
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe, Briggs Junior Light driver Matte Ferrari, Briggs Senior driver Daniel Demaras and DTM turned IndyCar racer Robert Wickens at Goodwood Kartways.
Daniel Demaras with Formula 1 veteran and two-time Indianapolis 500 race winner Takuma Sato
Scott Atherton, President of IMSA, and Chris Demaras share a passion for racing…and a barber.
Daniel Demaras alongside former Ferrari Formula 1 driver and Le Mans winner Giancarlo Fisichella.
Daniel and Chris Demaras with former Champ Car racer and DeltaWing pilot Katherine Legge
Chris Demaras with Formula 1 Champion and two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Emmerson Fittipaldi
Young Daniel Demaras with IndyCar winners James Hinchcliffe and the late Justin Wilson (RIP)
Little Daniel Demaras with Highcroft Racing Le Mans Prototype drivers Simon Pagenaud and Marino Franchitti
Daniel Demaras with Formula Atlantic & Indy Lights champion Rafael Matos in a picture that made the cover of the Toronto Sun in 2009.
Chris Demaras poses with the man who put the ‘Ron Fellows‘ in the ‘MotoMaster Ron Fellows Karting Challenge’, 24 Hours of Daytona winner, ALMS Champion and 3-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner, Mr. Ron Fellows.