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Baltimore Grand Prix: Don't throw good money after bad

The only voices heard in The Sun on the dilemma of what to do with the Baltimore Grand Prix either urge the city to work with the current incompetent promoter or find a new one at the last hour, which will guaranteed the city has no bargaining power whatever.

There is, however, a third option. The city should cut its losses, admit this was a monumentally bad idea and move on.

Please, Madame Mayor, don't throw good money after bad.

Sheldon H. Laskin, Baltimore

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