Edmonton has unveiled its new circuit layout for the IndyCar Series' visit this summer.
The downtown airport circuit has been redesigned to produce an anti-clockwise, 2.256-mile, 13-turn course built around the venue's eastern runway.
Tony Cotman, a design consultant on the Edmonton project, said: "The other course was good and fast initially, but it was too hard to pass on.
"One of the big things we needed to focus on with this course was how to make the show better, and I think we've achieved that.
"There were restrictions relating to the airport, but I think we can create a much better actual race track for racing on - and obviously that's what people come to see. It will be better."