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  • Oriol Servia will have a ride at Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Oriol Servia will have a ride at Grand Prix of Baltimore
    When the IZOD IndyCar Series arrived in Baltimore in 2011, some local fans seemed to pick a favorite driver based largely on his first name. Oriol Servia didn't disappoint. The Spaniard, whose first name is pronounced much like a certain baseball...
  • IndyCar makes adjustment to pit road to improve safety, avoid controversy

    IndyCar makes adjustment to pit road to improve safety, avoid controversy
    The controversy surrounding Sunday's pit road collision at the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma between race leader Scott Dixon's car and a tire being carried by one of Will Power's crew members followed the IZOD IndyCar Series across the country from...
  • Banker, Brecher have behind-the-scenes IndyCar jobs race fans would covet

    Banker, Brecher have behind-the-scenes IndyCar jobs race fans would covet
    Brad Banker grew up a sports fan outside Green Bay, Wis., but auto racing was not high on his list of passions. His father was a longtime employee of the Packers and Banker, who somehow became a fan of the rival Minnesota Vikings, wound up playing...
  • Saying goodbye to Baltimore once again

    Saying goodbye to Baltimore once again
    Welcome back to the final installment of my blog for The Baltimore Sun surrounding the Grand Prix of Baltimore. I hope you were able to get to the race and enjoy yourself while you were here. I met a lot of people who were doing just that. It was a...
  • $38,000 full-size sedan challenge

    $38,000 full-size sedan challenge
    Cars.com, USA Today and the "MotorWeek" TV series set out to compare full-size cars, procuring seven that each cost less than $38,000. The judges: - Kelsey Mays, consumer affairs editor at Cars.com - Jennifer Newman, assistant managing editor at Cars....
  • From the Boathouse: Bidding farewell to the Professor

    Ahoy! Sad news for the angling community as the "Bass Professor" died last week, March 28, at the age of 66. Doug Hannon was at his home in Keystone, Florida, where he was recovering from neck surgery. Known as the "Bass Professor," Hannon was a...
  • Lightning-fast surface has Langley Speedway Late Model drivers on edge as 2013 season begins

    HAMPTON — When Langley Speedway opens its 63rd season Saturday, all eyes will be on the track. Literally. There is $250,000 worth of new black asphalt covering Langley's 4/10ths-of-a-mile oval, and the effect on racing is expected to be huge....
  • Obama wants NASA to take an asteroid to the moon? Let's build our own instead!

    Obama wants NASA to take an asteroid to the moon? Let's build our own instead!
    It might have been all the March Madness that did it. Or maybe whatever's ailing unhinged North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is spreading. But one thing is abundantly clear: President Barack Obama has gone bonkers. And not just regular bonkers — he...
  • Yorkie dog stolen in Bel Air [Harford County police blotter]

    Aberdeen Michael Alan Morrison, 21, of the 2000 block of Tower Road, was charged Monday with second-degree assault. Phallen Jai Price, 25, and Phillip Hampton, 25, both of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, were charged Friday with scheming to commit...
  • Vandalism hits high-end cars in Northwest Glendale

    Police say a series of tire slashings on luxury cars and SUVs early Saturday in Northwest Glendale was a "random act" of vandalism. In some cases, all four tires were slashed on the high-end cars, most of which were parked in home driveways and on the...
  • City police seek $285,000 to hire consultant

    City police seek $285,000 to hire consultant
    The Baltimore Police Department is asking the city for $285,000 to hire a Massachusetts-based consultant — the highest of five bidders — to recommend how the department should be run. But a city councilman is questioning the need for a...