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Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race
2011 Race Report: Go Ask Alice



Here's a Sculpture!
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Go Ask Alice

In its second year, Go Ask Alice brought a new face and monocle. Enthused by its jocular wagging back-and-forth locomotion, the public gave it this year’s People’s Choice award, for the second year running.

One of the largest sculptures ever to enter the race, the caterpillar easily dwarfed cars in Butcher's Hill.

An internal view.

The collosal spectacle was even more dramatic on the water.

As the 35-foot long multi-hinged caterpillar came in for landing, the pit crew lined the pier and used their feet to help align it for a straight approach.


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  1. Champion PLATYPUS
  2. Ankh-ers Away
  3. The Lobe Trotters
  4. Pussy Galore
  5. When Hell Freezes Over
  6. Go Ask Alice
  7. The Boxer Bee
  8. Jemicy’s Vechysvboat, Einherjar, Odin, Ve and Vidar, Buri, and Brunehilde
  9. Am-ish sin Caballo
  10. Claw Machine
  1. The V-8 Power Plants
  2. Itty Bitty Charm City
  3. Margot the Escargot
  4. Bee-Have
  5. Bob
  6. Idol 001
  7. Speed Racer
  8. Batmobile
  9. T-Wrecks Reformed
  10. Star Fisher
  11. The PolyGnomials
  1. The Kipplala
  2. The Firebreather
  3. Cat-amaran
  4. AVAM’s Fifi is a Lucky Dog, Bumpo, and Frog
  5. Kinetic Couch
  6. Thanks! Batala, Baltimore Police, and HMS Yellowbottom
  7. Volunteers
  8. Spectators
  9. The KineticBaltimore.com Team
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