Mantorp Park 579

Mantorp Park

Built with finance from BP Sweden, Mantorp Park includes three different circuits and a drag strip.

Country
Sweden
Location
Mantorp, Ostergotland
Co-ordinates
58.369167, 15.283808
Latest Race
First Race

Built with finance from BP Sweden, Mantorp Park includes three different circuits and a drag strip. The European Formula 2 Championship visited from 1971 (when local hero Ronnie Peterson won) until 1973, and again in 1981 and 1982. Swedish star Stefan Johansson scored a popular victory in the penultimate race. Mantorp Park has now returned to being a national venue.

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Type

Permanent road course

Length

1.942 (Miles)

Description

Circuit No2

Fastest Race Lap

Johnny Cecotto (March 812-BMW), 1m11.69, 97.520 mph, F2, 1981

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Corrado Fabi (March 822-BMW), 1m09.40, 100.738 mph, F2, 1982

Type

Permanent road course

Length

2.543 (Miles)

Description

Circuit No3

Fastest Race Lap

Patrick Depailler (Alpine A367-Ford), 1m24.0, 108.986 mph, F2, 1973

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Patrick Depailler (Alpine A367-Ford), 1m22.8, 110.565 mph, F2, 1973

Latest Races

3,171

Championships

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15,668

Results

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16,116

Drivers

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9,358

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865

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