Scott Dixon celebrates in victory circle

A Day in the Life of an #indyTO Intern: Final Edition

Well it’s been about a month since the 2018 Honda Indy Toronto, and now that I’ve had some time to reflect, I wanted to share a couple of final thoughts about the event.

I wanted to start off by talking about how incredible of an experience the event was. If you have not yet made it to the Honda Indy on the streets of Toronto, do yourself a favour and get your tickets for 2019 as soon as they go on sale. It was one of the most incredible experiences I have ever had the pleasure of being a part of. It was almost surreal to see all of the work that goes into a massive event of that scale come together on the weekend. I had friends and family who came and experienced the event for the first time and they were blown away by everything that the Honda Indy Toronto has to offer.

I also thought I would share a bit more about my background and how I ended up interning here for the summer, before I ask for a big favour from all of you. I’m currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Sport Management from the University of Windsor, and as part of the program I decided to complete an internship as opposed to the traditional thesis route of a Master’s degree. Having completed the internship experience, I am now in the process of collecting data for a research project that will serve as part of my internship report, which is essentially the equivalent of a thesis project for me. The data I am collecting is through a survey that can be found here: The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete, and upon completion, you can enter into a draw to win tickets to the 2019 Honda Indy Toronto (thanks to the awesome team that I worked with this summer).

I wanted to wrap up by thanking everyone from Honda Indy Toronto for the amazing experience this summer, and for helping me to complete my research project.