If you're going to be attending the final day of the Canadian International Auto Show at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Sunday, and you also happen to be a NASCAR racing fan, you can have your cake and eat it too.
The Toronto Star will be showing Sunday's Daytona 500, starting at noon with the pre-race show and following through from green flag to checkers.
Just go to the Star booth in the lower level of the North Building (that's where all the exotic cars and the Cruise Nationals cars are) any time after noon and the race will be on one of two big screens that are there.
All your favourite NASCAR stars will be racing, from Carl Edwards on pole through Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and back to Juan Pablo Montoya and Danica Patrick, who will be starting at the rear of the field in backup cars because of crashes they suffered in qualifying races.
For those at home, the race - expected to be flagged off at or about 1 p.m. - can be seen on Fox and TSN2.