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Sebastien Bourdais looks to ‘hit the reset button’ in return to Honda Indy Toronto

In 2017, Sebastien Bourdais went to Toronto for his first appearance at a Verizon IndyCar Series race after a horrific injury at Indianapolis kept him out of the car. After missing one year of the Honda Indy Toronto, he looks to the race as a turning point in his season. “You kind of have to look at it and just kind of hit the reset button,” Bourdais told the TSN Racing Pod.  Bourdais spent the 2017 aiding the team and replacement driver Esteban Gutierrez from the pit box. While being back at the track aided Bourdais in his absence, missing a year an event presents a challenge regardless of your experience level. “It’s always difficult to get someone...
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