After months and months of waiting, the Baltimore Grand Prix finally made its much anticipated debut this past weekend. Instead of rush hour gridlocks, we saw cars racing at speeds of 100+ MPH. The three-day event got underway on Friday with practice rounds and qualifying. As with any inaugural event, there were some bumps in the road, but organizers worked to get everything up and running as fast as possible.
After fulfilling the usual morning tasks- checking emails, voicemails, and making calls- we decided to check out the newest edifice that was installed for the Baltimore Grand Prix. Yellow pedestrian bridges have been erected to allow people attending the three-day event to cross the streets during the race. What turned out to be a small excursion quickly escalated to an entire tour of the 2.1 mile course. However, the unexpected 45 minute power walk quickly translated into some great pictures of the view around the track.
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