TORONTO (AP) — Mike Conway has won the second race of IndyCar's doubleheader at Toronto, where rain forced the series to run both races on Sunday.
The first race was washed out on Saturday and run a little more than five hours before the second race. Rain again played a role as a brief shower soaked the track and forced teams to use varying tire strategies to combat the slick surface.
Conway was one of the first drivers to replace the rain tires when the track began to dry, and it put him in position to win a race that had been dominated by Team Penske drivers Helio Castroneves and Will Power.
It was Conway's second win of the season.
Sebastien Bourdais won the first race, ending a drought that dated to 2007.