2012 Honda Indy Toronto
Even if you aren't a fan of racing, Toronto's annual Indy race is a summertime fixture. Winding its way through the city's urban core on streets usually home to commuters, attendees can see race cars of all sorts whiz by at speeds over 200 km/h - an exhilarating change from the stop and go of the daily grind.
In the event you didn't get a chance to make it out - or, if you want to re-live Indy weekend - we've put together a gallery of highlights from this year's event. Click to see more.
Check out the Audi S8 V10 in action as the driver shows off the sedan's acceleration and shows off the vehicle's onboard exhaust and kick down sounds.
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