“It’s a street course,” said O’Ward. “You’re around walls, there’s not a lot of room for error, it’s a difficult track just because it’s technical.”
The trackside offerings make the day seem like a weekend afternoon brunch gone mad with racket and flying trucks.
Six months after the last race weekend in Long Beach, drivers and motorsport fans are returning to Long Beach for the 47th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, back in its usual NTT IndyCar series slot as the third race of the season.
The free event marks the start of the race weekend with stunt motorcycles and freestyle motocross demonstrations, which took over Shoreline Drive with a pit stop competition.
Royal Machines perform covers of rock classics as well as songs from the members’ own bands, often bringing special guests up to the stage.
The sights and celebrations of the 2021 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Several vendors on vendor row, are contributing to or are a part of non-profits. Which makes the Acura Grand Prix a great experience and, a great way to give back.
The Grand Prix this year in Downtown Long Beach kicks off Friday, when gates open at 7:30 a.m. The IndyCar race—which this year will be decided in Long Beach—is Sunday.
The performance will be Vince Neil’s second trip to the race’s concert stage. He performed here in 2015.
The concert is free to all Grand Prix ticket holders on April 17.