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IMS In Car Theater Baltimore Grand Prix 2013

Those poor, poor engines. And wings. And sidepods. And everything else that's connected to an Indy car.

Ride along with Target Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing's Graham Rahal and Panther Racing's Oriol Servia during the Grand Prix of Baltimore IndyCar Series event as they rub, scrape, spin, crash, get crashed into, leap and slide throughout the 2.0-mile, 12-turn street circuit.

Turn up the volume and marvel at what took place from inside three of the 24 cars that took part in the 75-lap event. We can only image what happened in and around the other 21 drivers...
 

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IMS In Car Theater Baltimore Grand Prix 2013
 
IMS In Car Theater Baltimore Grand Prix 2013
Ride along with Target Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing's Graham Rahal and Panther Racing's Oriol Servia during the Grand Prix of Baltimore IndyCar Series event as they rub, scrape, spin, crash, get crashed into, leap and slide throughout the 2.0-mile, 12-turn street circuit.
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