Edmonton City Centre Airport, CA


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Created in 2011, the second Edmonton Indy Course was a 2.2-mile concrete-paved temporary street circuit built on and around the East runway of the Albertan capital's City Centre Airport.
It replaced a shorter track constructed on the western side of the complex which, after three years of putting on successful Champ Car World Series events, had enjoyed the distinction in 2008 of hosting Canada's first ever IndyCar Series race. A true driver's circuit, the new 13-turn course was designed with entertainment—and specifically overtaking—in mind. However, despite earning a great deal of love from the drivers, Edmonton wasn't proving as popular with race fans, so it was decided that the 2012 event, won by Hélio Castroneves, would be its last.