A day after Kyle Kirkwood snagged his first ever IndyCar win at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, crews were at work to tear down the event’s track, marking the end of another race weekend.

While the weekend outside the track was marked by multiple shootings in the Downtown area, and workers tearing down the track on Monday were interrupted by a reckless driver, officials said those events had little impact on the Grand Prix or its cleanup.

City officials expect traffic flow to be fully restored to the Downtown area by 5 p.m.

A crane drags a piece of fencing in the roadway.
Workers move K-rails away from the corners at the intersection of Pine Avenue and Seaside Way in Downtown Monday, April 17, 2023, following the 48th annual Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach race weekend. Photo by Brandon Richardson.
A fork lift moves a horizontal line of tires.
A worker uses a forklift to move tire barriers from the Long Beach Grand Prix track Monday, April 17, 2023. Photo by Brandon Richardson.