byStaff Reports inSports
A record number of people flocked to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach this weekend which saw a 26-year-old Northern California native attain his third Verizon IndyCar Series win during the legendary street race.
Those attending the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, or planning on navigating around it, should find it a bit easier to make plans with the following road closures released Monday by organizers.
Conducted by Beacon Economics, the report showed that the Grand Prix generated an economic output in Southern California of $63.4 million, with $32.4 million concentrated in Long Beach.
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