Race cars fly through the streets of Baltimore. The second annual Grand Prix of Baltimore comes to a close with a nail-biting finish.
Ryan Hunter-Reay won the Grand Prix of Baltimore on Sunday, a victory that keeps alive his hopes of winning the IZOD IndyCar Series championship.
Saturday marks day two of the three days of festivities surrounding the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Some are awaiting the big Indy IZOD race on Sunday, but that certainly isn’t keeping many people away from Saturday’s events. Fans and tourists are flocking to the city.
Maryland state transportation officials are warning drivers to expect delays in Baltimore as the Grand Prix of Baltimore gets under way this weekend.
The Grand Prix of Baltimore is this weekend! Also, the Maryland Zoo has great events coming up.
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.
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.
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.
Excitement is building as Baltimore gets closer to race days. The Grand Prix of Baltimore headlines this Labor Day weekend.
Thousands will gather in Baltimore over the Labor Day weekend to witness the second Grand Prix Of Baltimore. This IndyCar Series and American Le Mans Series race will delight racing fans of all ages. The city will be alive with the roar of engines, the cheers of the fans and the delightful smells of delicious food vendors. Get your tickets and hotel rooms early before they are sold out.
The race is on. It’s less than two weeks until drivers start their engines for the Grand Prix of Baltimore.
In just weeks, the green flag will drop on the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Now, the tracks are being laid down so speeding cars can zip through the city.