The streets of Toronto are set to roar once again as the Honda Indy makes its triumphant return to the city. This iconic motorsports event, a beloved tradition for racing enthusiasts, promises to deliver high-octane thrills and world-class competition. I wish we could have some rally races with this excitement.

The 2024 Ontario Honda Dealers Indy Toronto is scheduled for July 19-21 at Exhibition Place, marking another exciting chapter in the city’s racing history.

The Honda Indy Toronto isn’t just about the main race; it’s a full-fledged festival of speed and automotive excellence. Spectators can expect a weekend filled with various racing categories, interactive exhibits, and the electric atmosphere that only a street circuit can provide.

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How to Get to the Honda Indy Toronto

By Public Transit

Take the Yonge-University subway line to Union Station. From there, you have two options:

  1. Streetcar: Board the 509 West streetcar (Harbourfront) towards Exhibition Place. Exit at the Exhibition Loop.
  2. GO Train: Take the Lakeshore West train to Exhibition Station.

Alternatively, if coming from the west, take the Bloor subway line to Dufferin Station and transfer to the #29 bus south to Exhibition Place.

By Car

On-site parking is only available with an event-issued parking pass. If you have a pass, parking is located at Medieval Times (Dufferin Street and Saskatchewan Road). Without a pass, you can try:

  • Ontario Place parking lots
  • Private lots and garages nearby
  • On-street parking (observe all posted regulations)

Note that parking can be competitive, especially on race days. Public transit is recommended.

By Bicycle

There is no on-site bicycle parking at the event. Check the GO Transit website for information on bicycle parking options nearby.


Limited accessible parking is available in the Direct Energy Centre underground parking lot. Enter from Strachan Avenue. Permanent on-street accessible spaces are first-come, first-served.For the most up-to-date information on routes and potential service changes, visit the TTC website ( or GO Transit website (