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  • Grand Prix group lands some sponsors

    Grand Prix group lands some sponsors
    With seven weeks to go until the race, the new organizers of the Baltimore Grand Prix announced several sponsors at a promotional event Monday that launched their first marketing campaign. Sunoco, Dr Pepper and Giant Food were announced as the first...
  • Guest blogger Ryan Hunter-Reay discusses his recent hot streak

    Guest blogger Ryan Hunter-Reay discusses his recent hot streak
    [Editor's note: This is IndyCar driver Ryan Hunter-Reay's second blog for The Baltimore Sun. It was written before he won the pole for Sunday's race in Edmonton. To see his introductory post, click here.]   Welcome back, everyone. It’s been a...
  • Castroneves wins at Edmonton, tightens IndyCar points race

    Castroneves wins at Edmonton, tightens IndyCar points race
    Edmonton, AB (Sports Network) - Helio Castroneves moved himself into championship contention in the IZOD IndyCar Series by winning Sunday's caution-free race in Edmonton. Canadian Alex Tagliani led 49 laps before Castroneves took the lead from him during...
  • Few delays, headaches expected as Grand Prix course construction begins

    Few delays, headaches expected as Grand Prix course construction begins
    Organizers of the Grand Prix of Baltimore are working hard to avoid traffic delays as they begin the construction of the street course for the Labor Day weekend racing event in the city. A year ago, a series of road closures snarled traffic, disrupted...
  • IndyCar's Randy Bernard: 'Baltimore was a big success for us'

    IndyCar's Randy Bernard: 'Baltimore was a big success for us'
    IZOD IndyCar Series CEO Randy Bernard held an impromptu question-and-answer session with the media Sunday before the Honda 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and was asked about his expectations for the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Bernard did not...
  • Oriol Servia, Baltimore's 'favorite driver,' ready for Grand Prix

    Oriol Servia, Baltimore's 'favorite driver,' ready for Grand Prix
    A year ago, Oriol Servia said he should be Baltimore's favorite driver because his name, Oriol, means Oriole in Spanish. He felt he was Baltimore's own. "Ever since I arrived in this country, people say, 'Oh, Oriol, like the cookie,' and I always say,...
  • Veach, 17, moving up the ladder in Indy car racing

    Veach, 17, moving up the ladder in Indy car racing
    Everyone knows there are major differences between 17-year-old race car drivers and 30-something race car drivers. But it couldn't be better illustrated than the activity of Star Mazda driver Zach Veach Wednesday and IndyCar drivers Will Power and Ryan...
  • IndyCar's E.J. Viso helps young drivers in his native Venezuela

    IndyCar's E.J. Viso helps young drivers in his native Venezuela
    When you think of Caracas, Venezuela, you might think of a lively, colorful place. If you're an IndyCar fan, you might think of E.J. Viso, who drives the No. 5 IndyCar fielded by KV Racing Technology. He is recognized as the only Hispanic in the IZOD...
  • Organizers rev up for Grand Prix

    Organizers rev up for Grand Prix
    The first round of gleaming racecars will roar through downtown streets early Friday, marking the start of the second annual three-day open-wheel racing festival — and a victory for city officials and organizers who struggled to resurrect the...
  • Grand Prix of Baltimore forecast: Rain goes away, until Monday

    Grand Prix of Baltimore forecast: Rain goes away, until Monday
    Rain is out of the earlier part of the Labor Day weekend forecast, meaning dry downtown streets for the Grand Prix of Baltimore. By Monday, things could dampen. Friday will be hot for the festival's first races -- in the mid-90s, with sunny and clear...
  • Grand Prix off to a bumpy start

    Grand Prix off to a bumpy start
    A bumpy patch along Pratt Street that sent racecars airborne Friday meant a slow start for the first day of the Grand Prix of Baltimore, the much-anticipated reprise of an event that converts city streets into an adrenaline-inducing fast track. The 2-...
  • Once a fan of the Indy 500, Ryan Hunter-Reay hopes to win it Sunday

    Once a fan of the Indy 500, Ryan Hunter-Reay hopes to win it Sunday
    For as long as Ryan Hunter-Reay can remember, the Indianapolis 500 was a huge deal. As a small child growing up in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Hunter-Reay used to plop down a plastic race track and line up his miniature race cars in front of the television set...