Well, it seems like the USF2000 champions has been a one sided campaign as long as you're with Cape Motorsports. Despite winning all but one of the races so far Spencer Pigot is only 6 points ahead of his teammate Matthew Brabham who has placed second to Spencer in all the races but one (which Matthew won).
The Star Mazda championship returned to road and street courses in Toronto and Jack Hawkswroth welcomed them with open arms as he won both races in Toronto. Jack not only earned the victory but also earned pole and fastest lap times on both races as well. De Phillippi finished both races out of the top 5 and fell 39 points behind Jack in championship points. With the rest of the races on street or natural terrain road courses it's going to be tough to take down the points leading Hawksworth.
In Indy Lights the race for the championship is as tight as ever with 4 drivers winning at least one race each and he top 5 spots separated by just 60 points (each win earns the driver 50 points like in Indycar). Even though the Indy Lights field is thin in numbers the race for the points lead is as exciting as ever in my opinion.