States Grand Prix

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Formula One Sponsorship Liveries - British American Racing
... World Racing" Jacques Villeneuve with Blue-Yellow/White-Red livery at the 1999 Canadian Grand Prix A Bar 002 in the 2000 season livery Jacques Villeneuve driving the BAR ...
American Grand Prize - Title Sponsors
1977–1980 Toyota United States Grand Prix 1989–1991 Iceberg United States Grand Prix 2000–2002 SAP United States Grand Prix 2003–2005 Foster's United States Grand Prix 2006 Vodafone United States Grand ...
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Race Results - Race Win Milestones - Multiple Victories
1910 support races 1910 Wheeler-Schebler Trophy race May 1910 Remy Grand Brassard race 1911 Indianapolis 6 ... Louis Chevrolet 1909 Aug 1910 ... July 4 One 1909 support race Five 1910 support races ... Barney Oldfield 1909 Aug 1910 ... May 1909 ... Remy Grand Brassard race Three 1910 support races Al Unser 1970 May 1987 ... May 1970 ... Indianapolis 500 1971 ...
List Of Formula One Circuits - Circuits
... Key Circuit has hosted or will host a Grand Prix in the 2012 season The "Map" column shows a diagram of the circuit configuration The "Type" column refers to the type of circuit ... Formula One circuits Circuit Map Type Direction Location Length Grands Prix Season(s) Grands Prix held A1-Ring Race Clockwise Zeltweg, Austria 04 !4.326 km (2.688 mi) Austrian Grand Prix ...
Phoenix Street Circuit
... The Formula One United States Grand Prix was held on the Phoenix street circuit in Phoenix, Arizona between 1989 and 1991 ... Plaza and the America West Arena, prior to the introduction of the state's baseball stadium, Bank One Ballpark ... The United States Grand Prix lasted in Phoenix for three years, but was ultimately dropped due to poor fan turnout ...

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