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Dressed for the roar of the Grand Prix

How loud is loud?

That depends on where you are, but near the track, it's as if you were standing in front of speakers at a rock concert.

One driver's long road

Ryan Hunter-Reay was the new kid on the block a decade ago in St. Petersburg. He has navigated his way to the top of the IndyCar series.

Will there be rain?

There's a 30 to 40 percent chance of rain today, but a cold front on Sunday could bring thunderstorms.

Our guide for race fans

Video, photos, stories, the track layout and a guide to parking can be found online at tampabay.com/grandprix.

Dressed for the roar of the Grand Prix 03/22/13 [Last modified: Saturday, March 23, 2013 2:56pm]
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