Knowing he needed a strong finish to win the pole at the Baltimore Grand Prix, Will Power summoned every bit of his racing ability Saturday against front-runner Graham Rahal. Power used a late surge to earn his seventh pole of ...Read More »
The effort to make a proposed Hunt Valley bowling alley a reality was the most-read business story of the week. First Mariner’s delisting on the Nasdaq and Baltimore International College keeping its accreditation – at least temporarily – also made ...Read More »
Thousands of Baltimoreans and racing fans crowded downtown Friday as the city kicked off its first Grand Prix race. There were delays in the race schedule due to track maintenance, but as soon as the thunderous sound of the IndyCars began to echo through the streets, people lined up all along the two-mile track to watch them speed by.Read More »
The Baltimore Grand Prix drew crowds Friday morning, even if the tracks hadn’t drawn the cars on time. Practices for the city’s inaugural Grand Prix were to have begun at 8 a.m., but they were delayed for more than four ...Read More »
Crews and drivers racing in Baltimore's inaugural Grand Prix this weekend took golf carts around the track Thursday afternoon to inspect the turns, bumps and changes in pavement. The 2.1-mile racetrack, which encircles many of downtown Baltimore's attractions, starts in front of the convention center and takes 12 turns before the finish.Read More »
Downtown Baltimore has been virtually realized. Immersion Media created a virtual video of the track, showing what it will look like for IndyCar racers speeding through the streets in this weekend’s inaugural Grand Prix. The 2.1-mile, 12-turn course starts on ...Read More »
In the final hours before cars start racing through Baltimore's streets in the Grand Prix, the final preparations are being done. Both the 2.1-mile racetrack and the cars are being readied for the inaugural weekend of the event, which is expected to draw 100,000 visitors to the city.Read More »
The massive traffic jam caused by preparations for the Baltimore Grand Prix created havoc for members of the Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays trying to get to the ballpark for an afternoon game. Baltimore pitcher Chris Jakubauskas figured it would ...Read More »
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Maryland endured an earthquake this week, and is getting ready for a hurricane. And all just days before the city of Baltimore is set to host its inaugural Grand Prix. See what stories made the top 5 this week. 1. ...
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