Friday, June 17, 2016

Thunder Alley and Speed Zone at @HondaIndy Toronto 2016

Speedfest increases its off-track, family-friendly entertainment during the upcoming July race weekend. Free fan friday returns, courtesy of the Ontario Honda Dealers Association, and there is free admission for children under 12 when accompanied by an adult who has purchased a ticket. Personally, I like to say Thunder Alley and think of the times when the track is full of cars screaming down the streets of Toronto. You can find the on-track schedule here. Check out the 2016 Honda Indy track build updates on my post here.

"The one-month countdown to Honda Indy Toronto is on and event organizers revealed today a robust line up of off-track activities for the upcoming festival, which runs July 15-17 at Exhibition Place. With 55 per cent more interactive exhibits, activities and vendors than last year, race fans can expect more things to see and do all day than ever before."

Honda World and the new Speed Zone will be an exciting area full of interactive games, activities and fast-paced fun.

"Honda World, located at the heart of the Honda Indy Toronto street course, will continue to be a sought-after area of the track. Fan favourite activities returning this year include face painting, racing simulators, a unique photo opportunity and the chance to sign James Hinchcliffe's race suit in support of Make-A-Wish® Canada. Honda World also presents kids aged 6 to 12 the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of dirt biking with the return of the Honda Junior Red Riders program."

“We’re trying to build up the community aspect of the event and want to make the overall experience as exciting as possible for race fans, so that the moment they arrive onsite, there is something to see and do,” said Jeff Atkinson, President of Honda Indy Toronto. General admission tickets start at $40 and the Fan Friday requests a voluntary donation to Make-A-Wish Canada.

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