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EXHAUSTED Photographs From the 2011 Baltimore Grand Prix

Photos by Sam Holden, Frank Klein, Michael Northrup, Rarah, and Josh Sisk

Photo: Sam Holden, License: N/A

Sam Holden


A few months ago, the Baltimore Grand Prix sent City Paper a notice for local press to apply for photo access to the event. I figured since there might not ever be another Baltimore Grand Prix, why not give some of our great shooters a crack at it? So here are photos from the first-ever, best-ever, and until we see the stands go up in 2012, possibly last-ever Baltimore Grand Prix of racing really fast and superfuckingloud cars, which was either a complete waste of the city’s money and resources or one of the greatest things We as a City have ever accomplished. There’s more to see (in color) along with a few videos at citypaper.com/grandprix.

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