You can actively participate in grand racing events even if you are only a professional racing fan. By joining the Edmonton Indy as a volunteer, you can experience first-hand not just the race but also the community preparations. Through Edmonton Indy, professional racing becomes an affair for everyone.
The Edmonton Indy is a professional racing event that is organized by Edmonton residents. The first race was held in the year 2005 on a temporary course around the Edmonton City Centre Airport. This first race was called West Edmonton Mall Grand Prix of Edmonton under the Champ Car World Series. Sebastien Bourdais was the first racer to win the competition.
The following year, the race was called West Edmonton Mall Grand Prix of Edmonton Presented by The Brick. Driver Justin Wilson won the race using a Ford-Cosworth engine. In 2007, Bourdais retrieved the status as champion as he drove a Cosworth-installed vehicle. Finally, in 2008 under the IndyCar Series, Scott Dixon became champion with a Honda as his vehicle.
Edmonton Indy preparations
One reason to participate in Edmonton Indy preparations is you can win any of the grand prizes awarded to volunteers. Prizes like travel packages, professional hockey and football tickets, and vehicles are up for grabs for winning participants. You can also meet various interesting celebrities and professional racers who also participate in the event. You and your family can enjoy the affair where people work to foster a strong community spirit.
Visit the Edmonton Indy official website to become a registered volunteer.