The Grand Prix roared back into Detroit over the weekend for the first time since 2008, but not without a major glitch. During the middle of the race, chunks of asphalt and rubber began flying up onto the cars leaving behind major potholes for the drivers to avoid. The race was shut down for two hours, then resumed after crews fixed the problems.
- How come they can fix every pothole on the course in two hours and it takes them two years to get anything done on the freeway you take to work everyday?
- Only in Detroit would you have construction delays during an internationally televised race car event.