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Bobby Rahal on winning Toronto’s first Indy car race

30 years ago, Canada held what has become one of the most popular stops on the IndyCar schedule. Bobby Rahal was the winner and he told David Malsher why that day, and the Honda Indy Toronto, are special. These days, as a successful team owner, Bobby Rahal does at least look a bit like an ex-racecar driver. Some 34 years ago when he arrived in CART Indy car, he resembled no one’s idea of a man who spent his life going beyond 200mph. And Bobby’s professorial appearance did not belie the facts. When he took the green at Phoenix on his Indy car debut, he was aged 29, and already a veteran of the sport, having raced Atlantic, Formula 3, Formula 1, Can-Am, Le Mans and IMSA. And this...
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