Landon Cassill, driver of the No. 51 Security/Benefit Thank A Teacher Chevrolet for Phoenix Racing, has much for which to be thankful.
Going into this past weekend’s event at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Tyler Reddick was in the catbird’s seat for the championship. Though following some contact late in the race and a 19th place finish, he has fallen from first to third in points.
First it was a party, cake and a fast lap around the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, where Rachel Gilbert drove the pace car.
On Monday, Honda Indy Toronto President Charlie Johnstone was at William-Ashley's flagship location in Toronto, Ontario to unveil the trophies for this year's Honda Indy Toronto. It marks the third straight year that William-Ashley has been part of the trophy designing.