The Baltimore Grand Prix

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*Note: Originally posted as an announcement that Baltimore was getting an Indy Car Race, this post has now become a central source to post news surrounding the Baltimore Grand Prix. Refer back to this post for updates.*

The Grand Prix of Baltimore 2012 | Coverage <—

Last years coverage – Baltimore Grand Prix Shifts Into Town

August 14, 2012 – MDStreetScene will officially be covering the Baltimore Grand Prix weekend. We welcome your input on what you’d specifically like to see.

July 11, lists Reserved Tickets to go on sale July 15th. Grand Prix construction begins July 30th.

July 10, 2012 – Grand Prix organizers say they are prepared to lose money, but will pay their bills

May 28, 2012 – Tickets on sale via TicketMaster – (Click Here). Race On LLC hires Tim Mayer as General Manager. Mayer has been CEO of the International Motorsports Association and the American Le Mans Series.

May 10, 2012 – Michael Andretti will be leading the 3rd team to put on the 2012 Baltimore Grand Prix

Read Baltimore Sun’s take on the news:,0,1966090.story

For coverage of the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix 2011 please visit this post.

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From the official Baltimore Grand Prix website: “The Baltimore Grand Prix will be a spectacular three-day “festival of speed” in downtown Baltimore, taking place September 2-4, 2011. It will be part of the 2011 IZOD IndyCar Series schedule and the 2011 American Le Mans Series schedule. The weekend event will feature world-class motorsports competition from several racing series, culminating in Sunday’s IZOD IndyCar Series race. In addition to the high-speed thrills of professional racing, a wide variety of entertainment and activities will be scheduled for people of all ages to create an exciting three days of speed and entertainment.”

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