In its third year, the Grand Prix of Baltimore presented by SRT is once again scheduled for Labor Day weekend, August 30th through September 1st. The race will take place on a temporary street circuit set up around the Inner Harbor area of Baltimore, Maryland.
The track set-up is 2.04 miles with 12 turns, with the start/finish line at Pratt and Sharp Streets. The course will pass Baltimore attractions such as Camden Yards, the Inner Harbor and the Baltimore Convention Center.
The weekend will feature a number of series in competition, including the IZOD IndyCar Series, the Firestone Indy Lights Series and the American LeMans Series. Tickets for the weekend are now on sale at www.baltimoregrandprix.com – three-day reserved seats range in price from $90 to $185 for adults and $60 to $140 for junior tickets. Single day tickets for Saturday and Sunday are also available, as are general admission passes for all three days, paddock passes and parking passes for the weekend.
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