Your Insanely Awesome Grand Prix Of Baltimore Gallery Is Here

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IndyCar, Indy Lights and ALMS came to the streets of Baltimore this weekend, and they brought plenty of drama, crashes and air with them.

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Hopefully you watched at least some of the Grand Prix of Baltimore's high-octane festivities. In case you missed it, here are some of the best shots from photographer Damien Harvey, who was dispatched by Jalopnik to capture the action.

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Harvey is a longtime amateur racing photographer based in D.C. (Full Disclosure: he's also my neighbor) and he got some amazing shots over the course of the weekend. I like all the airborne photos he got. Staying grounded to the ground is overrated anyway.

Were you in Baltimore for the Grand Prix? Let us know how it went.

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DISCUSSION

Race, what Race? All I saw was a demolition derby followed by endless caution laps.

How in the world can F-1 remove a car out of the streets of Monaco in one lap, and the fat guys from the Holmatro safety team take 8-12 laps?

I have been to several races in Long Beach, and I have seen Indy throwing the full course caution flag even when the car that caused the whole thing gets going on its own power 10 seconds after it spins out!!

I think last race spent about 30% of the time under caution. How can this be fun for the attending public?!

Is it part of the whole WWF racing series they have going on?

“Wait a minute, we need to sweep the entire track”, when have you seen a sweeper in the middle of a F-1 race? And don’t tell me it is for safety. Some of these street courses are crap with or without the marbles.

It is embarrassing trying to convince my friends that Indy is for real when they pull crap like this.

If Indy ever wants to become a real racing series, they need to act like one. Even the local SCCA / NASA / Historic races look more “professional”.