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    I have heard Baltimore can be dangerous, but I didn't expect this.


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    Absolutely no where to go and no time to react. i think there should be 2 different starts 20s apart for the 2 fields. So if there is crash with the LMP cars it won't take out the whole GT field behind it.

    Reminds me of nascar, anyone in the front 5 rows hits anyone or spins or goes into a wall, its gonna chain reaction to the back and half the field will get taken out.
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    Two fields and a big gap would work, and they could do it just for Baltimore if people don't want to fully adopt that starting method.

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    Not a huge fan of temporary street courses. I understand why they have them, but still not a fan. That chicane is a joke, I watched the indy car race and between that chicane and the hairpin it was almost embarrassing to watch.

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