1951 French Grand Prix

The FangiolFagioli 159B Alfa-Romeo Wins the G.P. d'Europe

at over 110 m.p.h.

IF you have never seep a Continental motor Mee, a Formula I Grand Prix in France, Italy, Belgium, hasten to do so. There is nothing else quite like it outside Europe. Consider this year's G.P. (['Europe. for instance. The 480 mile Circuit Mintier

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Circuit - Reims

Country

France

Location

Gueux, Champagne-Ardenne

Type

Temporary road course

Length

4.856 (Miles)

Record

Juan Manuel Fangio (Alfa Romeo 159), 2m27.8, 118.279 mph, F1, 1951

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