Circuits

Circuits

Iconic circuits - banking, chicanes, straights, famous corners - Aqua Minerale, The Karussell, The Parabolica

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PAU - XX11 Grand Prix de Pau held in April 1962 around the streets of the pretty Pyrenees town. Bandini finished fifth in his 'Sharknose'.
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REIMS-GUEUX - A triangular layout of public roads formed of three sectors between the villages of Thillois and Gueux over the La Garenne / Gueux intersection.
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MONACO - Cornering at the famous 'Gasworks Hairpin', Monegasque, Louis Chiron finished second in his Scuderia Ferrari entered Alfa Romeo Timo B/P3.
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MONACO - Philippe 'Phi-Phi' Etancelin's Maserati 8CM in the foreground, with Taruffi's 4C-2500 behind.
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REIMS-GUEUX - Prince Birabongse Bhanudej Bhanubandh, pushes his Maserati 250F in the Siam racing colours of blue and yellow from Thillois.
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REIMS-GUEUX - Battling Silver Arrows. Fangio chases team mate Kling in their stunning W196 'Type Monza', where the 'Maestro' beat Kling in a German 1-2.
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DIEPPE - V1 Grand Prix de Dieppe was held in July 1934. Eventual winner Etancelin on his Maserati 8CM chases Lehoux aboard his Alfa Romeo Tipo B.
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MONTREUX - 1 Grand Prix de Montreux held in June 1934 around the Lake Geneva shoreline. Whitney Straight in his Maserati 8CM finished fourth.
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GOODWOOD - A Lotus sits on rudimentary jacks in front of the Goodwood pits and transporter. Note the mechanic 'lighting up'!
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GOODWOOD - A lovely study of Team Lotus founder Colin Chapman in one of his creations, sitting in front of the timber and corrugated pits.
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BROOKLANDS - A Light Car Race on the banked circuit at Brooklands, Surrey, held in 1923. The cars roar past the 'Vickers' hangers.
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SILVERSTONE - 'Super Swede' Ronnie Peterson sits patiently on the grid before the start of the Plessey Trophy, which supported the F1 race.
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SILVERSTONE - Peterson corners around the fast sweeping curves of the flat airfield circuit of Silverstone. Check out the safety retaining wall!
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BROOKLANDS - 'Little and Large'! Cobbs looks imperious and rather disdainfully down on to Driscoll, in front of the 'Test Hill' at Brooklands.
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AINTREE - Clark lines up on pole, with Surtees and Ireland joining him. The race was held around the famous 'Grand National' horse race course.
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AUTODROMO OSCAR ALFREDO GALVEZ - VI° Gran Premio de la República Argentina was the opening round of the 1958 World Championship. Musso won.
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PARQUE INDEPENDENCIA - II Copa Acción de San Lorenzo was held in Rosario, as part of the South American Formula Libre/Temporada Race Series.
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MONACO - Brooks in Vanwall number thirty awaits the flag to drop. Behra sits alongside in his BRM. Trintignant on row two won.
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MONACO - Moss, having taken pole, corners around the Station Hairpin in his R R C Walker Racing Team entered Cooper T51.
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NURBURGRING - Deep in the forests of the fearsome Nordschleife. Hawthorn dug deep, but could not prevent Fangio winning.
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MONACO - Fangio guides his was around the streets of the Principality. Having secured pole, he went on to win and take his fifth World Championship.
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BRANDS HATCH - Regazzoni, partnered by Brian Redman led off from pole, but ultimately Ickx and Andretti won the BOAC 1000 km at Brands Hatch.
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NUBURGRING - The Eiffel mountains form the backdrop to the legendary 'Green Hell'. Stewart exits one of the many corners over the 22 km loop.
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REIMS-GUEUX - II Coupe Internationale de Vitesse was the precursor to the 1958 GP. Collins finished second in his F2 Dino 156.
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WATKINS GLEN - Autumnal colours flood the backdrop, as Clark powers his way to a clean sweep: pole, fastest lap and race victory.
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HOCKENHEIMRING - The Grosser Preis von Deutschland for 1981 was held at the Hockenheinring, comprising long straights and a stadium section.
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MONACO - Having qualified on pole, Moss looks somewhat dejected, as he knew that his Colotti gearbox had failed and with it went his hopes.
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MONACO - Lauda won dominantly around the twisty streets of Monte Carlo during the 1976 F1 GP.
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NURBURGRING - A screeming flat 12 behind him, Regazzoni powers through the fast sweepers of the Nordschleife during the 1972 German Grand Prix.
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NURBURGRING - Literally flying! Co-pilots Mass and Scheckter get airborne over the daunting Nordschleife during the 1975 ADAC 1000 km. They finished sixth.
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CIRCUIT NATIONAL DE FRANCORCHAMPS - Four time World Champion Prost takes La Source, part of Spa Francorchamps, during the 1983 Belgian GP.
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LAS VEGAS - Held in the Caesars Palace car park, this Formula 1 race had an unusual backdrop of Denny's Diner and the Nevada mountains.
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MONACO - Lauda returned from his fiery crash in 1977 and enjoyed a remarkable season, finishing second in Monaco to Scheckter in his Wolf.
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MONTJUIC PARK - Situated just outside Barcelona, Montjuic Park hosted several F1 races, but ceased to be a venue after the tragic accidents of 1975.
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AUTODROMO NAZIONALE DI MONZA - Gurney's pristine Ferrari sits patiently on the Monza grid awaiting the start, with Scarlatti's Cooper behind.
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AINTREE - Two fire crew 'shoot the breeze' and watch a Cooper pass by, with the Aintree crowd on the opposite bank.
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MONACO - Fittipaldi took his second World Championship in 1974. Soon he would be able to afford the luxury yachts in the background!