Scott Dixon wins Indy - again

Scott Dixon, of New Zealand, driver of the #9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda poses with his...

Scott Dixon, of New Zealand, driver of the #9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda poses with his trophy in Victory Lane following his win. (GETTY IMAGES/AFP)

Mike Zeisberger, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:58 PM ET

TORONTO -- For one racing weekend, a dominating IndyCar driver turned Toronto’s CNE

Grounds into his own personal playground.

After Sunday, just call the place Scottsdale, Ont.

In one 48-hour span, the Honda Indy Toronto doubleheader was owned by Target

Racing’s Scott Dixon, who swept the back-to-back races thanks to a dominant

performance in Sunday’s event.

Dixon owned the circuit, winning a pole and two races en route to capturing

a $100,000 US bonus for his unprecedented sweep.

"I love this place," Dixon said. "The town is a lot of fun and the crowd

was great."

So was he.

Dixon now moves into seventh on the all-time Indy car win list with 32,

jumping ahead of Scarborough’s Paul Tracy, veteran Dario Franchitti and

Sebastien Bourdais.

Helio Castroneves finished second on Sunday while Bourdais was third.



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