BALTIMORE - Crews are working to reopen streets in downtown Baltimore following the Grand Prix race held over the weekend.
Grand Prix of Baltimore General Manager Tim Mayer says all major streets around the two-mile circuit will be open to traffic by 5 a.m. Tuesday. Mayer says only Sharp Street, connecting Pratt and Conway streets, will be closed.
Crews began working to break down the circuit after the race finished Sunday evening.
It was the second year the event was held in Baltimore.
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