WATCH: Honda Indy teams gear up to go racing

It'll take nothing short of a storm to keep the drivers and teams of the Verizon Indycar Series from hitting the track for Sunday's race.

That's the promise from race organizer Jeff Atkinson, as the Indycar Series sets up shop for this weekend's Honda Indy.

The latest weather forecast calls for the possibility of showers on Sunday afternoon.

Indycars race in wet conditions but on tight, temporary street circuits like the one in Toronto, that often means crashes, cracked-up cars, and caution flags that put the racing action on hold.

Drivers like defending Honda Indy winner Will Power put a positive spin on the possibility of a wet, slippery track.

He argues the slimmer margin for error will make for more mistakes and better racing.

Reporter James Moore has the story from Exhibition Place.

Honda Indy prep

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