Formule 1 1951 French Grand Prix resultaten

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01-07-1951
4
Reims-Gueux
Juan Fangio
Luigi Fagioli

De 1951 French Grand Prix werd gewonnnen door Juan Fangio van Alfa Romeo.
Ondanks pole position getrained te hebben in France, kon Luigi Fagioli dit niet omzetten in een overwinning.
Fagioli was genoodzaakt uit te vallen in ronde 55 door: +22 Laps.

De race in France was ronde 4 van 8 van het 1951 seizoen.

 

resultaten

# coureur F1 constructeur rondes tijd punten
1 77 3:22:11.0 5
2 77 +58.2 3
3 74 +3 Laps 4
4 73 +4 Laps 3
5 73 +4 Laps 2
6 71 +6 Laps 0
7 71 +6 Laps 0
8 69 +8 Laps 0
9 66 +11 Laps 0
10 58 +19 Laps 0
11 55 +22 Laps 0
54 Accident 0
43 Transmission 0
37 Engine 0
27 Engine 0
23 Overheating 0
11 Engine 0
10 Gearbox 0
7 Engine 0
3 Engine 0
2 Engine 0
1 Transmission 0
1 Engine 0

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# coureur F1 constructeur tijd
1 Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo
2 Nino Farina Alfa Romeo
3 Alberto Ascari Ferrari
4 Luigi Villoresi Ferrari
5 Consalvo Sanesi Alfa Romeo
6 José Froilán González Ferrari
7 Juan Fangio Alfa Romeo
8 Louis Chiron Talbot-Lago
9 Reg Parnell Ferrari
10 Philippe Étancelin Talbot-Lago
11 Yves Cabantous Talbot-Lago
12 Johnny Claes Talbot-Lago
13 Louis Rosier Talbot-Lago
14 Eugène Chaboud Talbot-Lago
15 Onofre Marimón Maserati
16 Toulo de Graffenried Maserati
17 Aldo Gordini Simca
18 Maurice Trintignant Simca
19 Guy Mairesse Talbot-Lago
20 Peter Whitehead Ferrari
21 André Simon Simca
22 Harry Schell Maserati
23 Robert Manzon Simca

1951 French Grand Prix

The 1951 French Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Reims-Gueux on 1 July 1951. It was race 4 of 8 in the 1951 World Championship of Drivers and was won by Juan Manuel Fangio and Luigi Fagioli driving an Alfa Romeo. It was the first of three occasions where two drivers would be credited with a Grand Prix win after sharing a car.

The race, which also carried the honorific title of European Grand Prix, saw the World Championship debuts of Aldo Gordini, André Simon and Onofre Marimón. Fagioli's victory, his first in a World Championship race, made him the oldest driver to win a World Championship Grand Prix, a record he still holds.

This race also holds the record for the longest Formula One Grand Prix in terms of total distance needed to cover. 77 laps of the 4.856 mile Reims-Gueux circuit totaled to 373 miles.


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