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Baltimore Grand Prix: The scene on and around the track

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    Tires

    Tires placed along the Light Street wait to be removed along with other barriers used in the weekend's Baltimore Grand Prix.

  • Pratt St. traffic

    Pratt St. traffic

    Traffic returns to Pratt Street, although the barriers from the weekend's Baltimore Grand Prix are still up Monday morning.

  • Cleaning outside

    Cleaning outside

    Mary Lewis, morning supervisor, VSP (Vocational Service Program), rakes trash from under a grandstand erected outside the Edward A. Garmarz Federal Courthouse. VSP provides custodial services inside the courthouse, but they are cleaning up ouside after the weekend's Baltimore Grand Prix. Lewis...

  • Grandstand dismantle

    Grandstand dismantle

    A crew with B&K Rentals and Sales, Upper Moarlboro, dismantles the grandstands in front of the Baltimore Convention Center used during the Baltimore Grand Prix.

  • Dismantling bleachers

    Dismantling bleachers

    A crew with B&K Rentals and Sales, Upper Moarlboro, dismantles the grandstands in front of the Baltimore Convention Center used during the Baltimore Grand Prix.

  • Clean-up

    Clean-up

    A crew with B&K Rentals and Sales, Upper Moarlboro, dismantles the grandstands in front of the Baltimore Convention Center used during the Baltimore Grand Prix.

  • Grandstand section

    Grandstand section

    Pete Smith, B&K Rentals and Sales, Upper Marlboro,carries a section of the grandstand placed in front of the Baltimore Convention Center. He is part of a crew dismantling the structures after the weekend's Baltimore Grand Prix.

  • Congratulating winner

    Congratulating winner

    IndyCar driver Will Power is congratulated by his crew after winning the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix.

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