The Pau Grand Prix (French: Grand Prix de Pau) is an auto race held in Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, southwestern France. The French Grand Prix was held at Pau in 1930, leading to the annual Pau Grand Prix being inaugurated in 1933. It was not run during World War II.
The race takes place around the centre of the city where the streets are closed to form a circuit, and its 68 runnings have variously conformed to the rules of Formula Libre, Sports cars, Grand Prix, Formula One, Formula Two, Formula three, Formula 3000 and Touring cars.
... RC Motorsport Dallara F390/Alfa Romeo Novamotor 1991–1998 Tournament not held 1999 Pau Grand Prix, France Benoît Tréluyer Signature Compétition ...
2001, historical cars races are held one week before or after the "modern" Grand Prix ... Notable racing Grand Prix Historique de Pau since 2001 Trophée Argentin (Formula 2 for years 1950 and 1960, named in honor of Juan Manuel Fangio) ... Trophée de Pau (F1 of 1950 and 1960) ...
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