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    johnny brooks
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    What that gobbledygook i posted really said.

    Andretti Sports Marketing Statement Regarding Baltimore Event

    Andretti Sports Marketing learned today that Race On, the owner of the Grand Prix of Baltimore, would not return to the Charm City in 2014. Race On was unable to coordinate a workable date for the 2014 event with the multiple entities involved in scheduling. Andretti Sports Marketing worked diligently in recent weeks to coordinate and explore all alternative options on behalf of Race On.

    “On behalf of all of us at Andretti Sports Marketing, we want to thank the many sponsors of our racing companies who rallied behind the Grand Prix of Baltimore. It has been our pleasure to work with Race On, the City of Baltimore, the INDYCAR Series and the American Le Mans Series. We thank all of our friends at SRT and Chrysler Group for their support of the Baltimore event as its presenting sponsor. It was a great experience working with the fans in Baltimore and the community and hopefully one day we will be back,” said Michael Andretti, CEO of Andretti Sports Marketing.

    Thank you,
    Andretti Sports Marketing

    Personally, I just think they all got tired of ruining their cars in that stupid chicane followed by the ‘jump’ over the railroad tracks!

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    John Gay
    Participant

    The Inner harbor was an awesome place to have that event- I worked the event last year, but those roads really tear the cars up.

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