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Monsanto

Already scene of the Portuguese Sports Car Grand Prix twice during the 1950s, Monsanto Park also held a Formula 1 World Championship event in 1959.

Country
Portugal
Location
Monsanto Park, Lisbon
Latest Race
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Already scene of the Portuguese Sports Car Grand Prix twice during the 1950s, Monsanto Park also held a Formula 1 World Championship event in 1959. It was set in the hills north-west of central Lisbon and its variety of surfaces (including crossing a tramline at one point) made it a challenging proposition. The main straight was part of the road to Estoril with the remainder of the course made up of parkland roads. That was the last year that the full circuit was used.

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Type

Temporary road course

Length

1.696 (Miles)

Description

Road to Estoril and western extent bypassed

Fastest Race Lap

Stirling Moss (Cooper T51-Climax), 2m05.07, 97.290 mph, F1, 1959

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Stirling Moss (Cooper T51-Climax), 2m02.89, 99.015 mph, F1, 1959

Type

Temporary road course

Length

3.38 (Miles)

Description

Road to Estoril and western extent bypassed

Fastest Race Lap

Stirling Moss (Cooper T51-Climax), 2m05.07, 97.290 mph, F1, 1959

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Stirling Moss (Cooper T51-Climax), 2m02.89, 99.015 mph, F1, 1959

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