Baltimore Grand Prix
The IndyCar drivers like it. The mayor loves it, and so do the fans.
It’s not the usual traffic at the Inner Harbor this weekend. Baltimore’s busiest streets have turned into an IndyCar racetrack. The Grand Prix is back, sending cars through downtown at 180 miles per hour.
Will Power, the first ever winner of the Baltimore Grand Prix joined the Scott Garceau Show With Jeremy Conn to discuss this year’s event.
The Grand Prix may be months from taking over Baltimore but race cars are already speeding down city streets.
Gentlemen, start your engines–again! The Grand Prix of Baltimore finalizes an agreement for next year.
The Baltimore Grand Prix was a blast and even with the rain showers I think everyone had a great day. I’m not going to give you all of the stats of the race other than telling you that Hunter-Reay won the Baltimore race and closed within 17 points of Power. I would like to share some of the pictures I took from the race. I want to give a big THANK YOU to M&T Bank for giving me seats in the hospitality suite on turn 1. I had a great angle to take these shots, and the food and people were great. For those […]
Maryland state transportation officials are warning drivers to expect delays in Baltimore as the Grand Prix of Baltimore gets under way this weekend.
One man will serve as grand marshal over this weekend’s festival of speed. His biggest responsibility is to order drivers to start their engines in the Grand Prix of Baltimore.
More than a dozen restaurants in Little Italy are hosting special events to kick off the Grand Prix of Baltimore.
Celebrities, excitement and fast, fast cars. It’s the eve of the Grand Prix of Baltimore, the second annual event expected to bring prestige and money into Charm City.
The streets of Baltimore are about to be taken over by speeding race cars. The Grand Prix gets into gear on Thursday and runs through Labor Day. Some big names in racing are in Charm City looking to leave as champion.
Major road closures are now underway as the Grand Prix of Baltimore gets closer. This weekend, Indy cars will roar through the streets downtown and that means no access to some of Baltimore’s major arteries for the next five days.