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Economic impact of 2012 Grand Prix of Baltimore less than 2011

The 2012 Grand Prix of Baltimore generated less economic activity and attracted fewer spectators than last year’s inaugural race, according to a report by Pittsburgh-based Forward Analytics, despite what seems to be a consensus among attendees and locals that the sophomore year was better executed.

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Grand Prix organizer’s track record shows promise

Preparation for this weekend’s Grand Prix of Baltimore will kick into high gear Thursday, as construction progresses on schedule and murmurs continue to circulate about what to expect from the city’s second downtown street race in as many years.

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Grand Prix track construction to start July 30

Organizers of the Grand Prix of Baltimore plan to construct the race track in 32 days, working during the night to make the 12-turn, 2-mile circuit come together. Construction will begin near the intersection of Light and Conway streets on ...

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City OKs contract with new Baltimore Grand Prix team

Baltimore City’s spending panel Wednesday morning approved a new, five-year racing agreement with Race On LLC to run the Baltimore Grand Prix beginning this September. City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young was the only member of the five-member Board ...

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New Baltimore Grand Prix team to discuss plans

The new team behind the Baltimore Grand Prix will discuss plans to bring the racing event back to the city’s streets. Michael Andretti, the former racer and president of Andretti Sports Marketing, and J.P. Grant of Race On LLC will ...

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