Aspern 43

Aspern

Racing was first held on this bumpy and abrasive airfield circuit to the east of Vienna in 1956 with a mix of motorcycles, touring cars, and single seaters.

Racing was first held on this bumpy and abrasive airfield circuit to the east of Vienna in 1956 with a mix of motorcycles, touring cars, and single seaters. Stirling Moss stopped off on the way to Syracuse in 1961 to easily win a non-championship race with Rob Walker’s Lotus 18-Climax. It held a round of the European Touring Car Championship from 1966-69 before racing ceased. A national meeting featuring Formula 2 and F3 races was held on 27 March 1977 before the airfield closed when a second runway was built at Vienna’s main airport as it was too close for air traffic control. Historic race meetings were held at Aspern in 2007, ’08 and ’09 before the land was redeveloped.

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Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.555 (Miles)

Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.694 (Miles)

Fastest Race Lap

Jack Brabham (Brabham BT10-Ford), 1m12.0, 84.700 mph, F2, 1964

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