Grand Prix racetrack begins construction in Baltimore
On July 30, Grand Prix organizers in Baltimore plan to begin construction on the event’s racetrack. According to The Daily Record of Baltimore, the 12 turn, two-mile circuit will be complete in 32 days with crews working through the late hours of the night.
Tony Cotman, the president of the Indianapolis-based race circuit design and event management company, will be in charge of the racetrack construction. Cotman said nearly a dozen people will work on the circuit from about 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. The majority of the track’s production will take place 22 days before the event, which is scheduled to run from August 31 to September 2.