BALTIMORE (WMAR) - In between practice runs and qualifying heats on this sun-soaked afternoon, at the Baltimore Grand Prix, families were making sure they didn't miss out on this fast field of fun.
The family fun zone here is loaded with activities to keep you and your kids occupied in between those very loud and very fast Indy car races.
"He's having a blast, he's watching the cars he gets to see everything. He keeps asking to see the red target car that won Indy 500. So he's enjoying it,” says Dylan’s Dad, Tim Shepherd.
The Jackson family is down from Philadelphia. Forrest Jackson says that their family is “having a ball. There's a lot going on, and enjoying every moment. ”
Big kids can play too.
While the drivers here can't be clowning around, you still can.
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