Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Hunter-Reay Doesn't Expect Toronto Heat to Be an Issue during Indy Toronto

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Hunter-Reay Doesn't Expect Toronto Heat to Be an Issue during Indy Toronto

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Heat not an issue for drivers at Indy Toronto

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TORONTO - IndyCar driver Ryan Hunter-Reay doesn't expect the heat to be an issue for this weekend's Honda Indy Toronto.

Temperatures reached 36 degrees C on Wednesday and neared 30 on Thursday with a humidex approaching 40, which prompted Environment Canada to issue a heat warning.

"For me, heat's not bad," Hunter-Reay said Thursday. "It's when it's really hot and you have the humidity as well and then you're not cooling down. That's the biggest issue."

Practice sessions for the Verizon IndyCar Series start Friday on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place with qualifying taking place Saturday before the race on Sunday.

Environment Canada said in Thursday's heat warning that Friday's conditions will improve, with a chance of showers expected. …

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