Grand Prix organizers are calling for about 800 volunteers — 100 more than last year — to help plan and produce Baltimore’s three-day street race.Read More »
Baltimore Grand Prix organizers said Monday they will make this year’s event more business-friendly, making changes to scheduling, race course access and street closures.Read More »
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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The Baltimore Board of Estimates on Wednesday heard testimony — both positive and negative — from IndyCar, Visit Baltimore, citizens and others before taking its vote on whether to approve the contract for Downforce Racing to assume control of the city's Grand Prix.Read More »
The city’s Board of Estimates voted 3-2 Wednesday to approve a contract with Downforce Racing LLC for the right to run the Baltimore Grand Prix for the next five years. Comptroller Joan M. Pratt and City Council President Bernard C. ...Read More »
Dale Dillon, Felix J. Dawson and Daniel C. Reck, principals of 2012 Baltimore Grand Prix promoter Downforce Racing, spoke to The Daily Record on Wednesday about their plans to rectify mistakes from the inaugural race last year and how they plan to improve the race this year for the city, local vendors and attendees.Read More »
The managers of Downforce Racing LLC say this year’s Baltimore Grand Prix will be better. The group, chosen by the city to run the race through the streets of downtown Baltimore for the next five years, is led by Dale ...Read More »