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Belgrade

The only Yugoslavian Grand Prix was held on a cobbled street circuit in Belgrade on the day that Great Britain declared war on Germany in 1939.

Official Name
Kalemegdan Park
Country
Yugoslavia
Location
Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade
Co-ordinates
44.822238, 20.455253
Latest Race
First Race

The only Yugoslavian Grand Prix was held on a cobbled street circuit in Belgrade on the day that Great Britain declared war on Germany in 1939. The circuit in Belgrade's Kalemegdan Park was uninspiring and only five cars started. It proved to be Tazio Nuvolari’s final GP victory, but needless-to-say, news from elsewhere overshadowed proceedings.

Circuit

1939

Type

Temporary street circuit

Length

1.734 (Miles)

Fastest Race Lap

Hermann Muller (Auto Union D), 1m14.0, 84.357 mph, GP, 1939

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Manfred von Brauchitsch (Mercedes-Benz W163), 1m14.2, 84.129 mph, GP, 1939

Latest Races

3,223

Championships

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18,316

Results

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17,616

Drivers

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10,796

Teams

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876

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