The roar of race cars zooming down Baltimore streets will disappear this Labor Day weekend. Grand Prix cars will not be a highlight for fans during the holiday.
Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined The Vinny & Rob Show to discuss the cancellation of the Grand Prix of Baltimore for (at least) 2014 and 2015 due to scheduling conflicts.
Just two weeks after IndyCar racing zoomed into Baltimore, a road block may end the Grand Prix permanently.
Baltimore now has three street races under its belt and drivers will be glad to know their commutes are returning to normal.
History will show that Simon Pagenaud won the 2013 Grand Prix of Baltimore. The lasting image of Sunday’s race, however, will be Scott Dixon stuck in his car against the wall after another unfortunate run-in with rival Will Power.
The grand finale of the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Sunday wrapped up a weekend of thrilling twists and turns. It was a race that brought people from across the country to Charm City.
A massive crash kicks off the qualifying races at the Grand Prix of Baltimore—something fans say is all part of the sights and sounds this weekend.
After the pit road commotion at Sonoma, Scott Dixon still sent a congratulatory text to winner Will Power.
Just outside Camden Yards, Tony Kanaan will zip past the park on the bumpy city streets of the baseball city with more speed than the average fastball and into the IndyCar Series record book.
It’s just hours until IndyCar racing roars through downtown Baltimore streets. Organizers are accelerating the last-minute preparations to get ready for three days of racing.
If the Grand Prix road closures don’t stall your commute this weekend, a boost in holiday travel just might.
The Grand Prix of Baltimore practices and races coming up this weekend are a boon for the city, but are there health risks involved?