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Key questions remain on Long Beach Grand Prix's futureLong Beach Press-TelegramIn considering the direction of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, many questions remain, in addition to those on finances and the ramifications of any change. That's the real core of the present situation. The Long Beach City Council shouldn't rush ...
Long Beach Formula One race could be costlyLong Beach Press-TelegramIn a closed session today, the City Council will discuss its lease with the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach LLC, which organizes the annual three-day April event that features six races, including the Toyota Pro-Celebrity and IndyCar races.
Formula One shows interest in coming back to Long BeachLong Beach Press-TelegramLONG BEACH >> As drivers such as Helio Castroneves and Takuma Sato prepare for the 40th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, racing organizers are battling for their right to stage the event in the city. In a closed session meeting on Tuesday, the ...
Huntington Beach couple are longtime Grand Prix Foundation volunteersLong Beach Press-TelegramVolunteers Gary and Phyllis Halliday hold a bottle of wine that Mario Andretti signed. Volunteers are what power the Grand Prix Foundation, the charitable arm that hosts two major fundraising events in conjunction with the Toyota Grand Prix of Long ...
Council May Consider Opening Long Beach Grand Prix To BidGazette NewspapersThe Grand Prix Association of Long Beach has contracted to put on the race for the last 39 years, and will present the 40th Annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on April 11-13. The GPALB currently has a contract with IndyCar to be the marquee race of ...
Long Beach City Council ponders bid for F1 returnRacerThe Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach is the most successful and longest-running street race in North America and it's also the second most prestigious victory an IndyCar driver can achieve. Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone evidently wants it back.