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2007 United States Grand Prix
... The 2007 United States Grand Prix (formally the XXXVI RBS United States Grand Prix) was a Formula One motor race held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, in the United States on 15 June, 2007 ...
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 ...
American Grand Prize - History - Indianapolis (2000–2007)
... It was not until 2000 that another United States Grand Prix took place, this time at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway ... teams (six cars) with Bridgestone tires started the 2005 United States Grand Prix, and the event was considered a farce ... Many commentators questioned whether a United States Grand Prix would be held in Indianapolis again, but the 2006 United States Grand Prix was held the ...
American Grand Prize - History - Other Grands Prix in The United States (1976–1988)
... In 1976, the Long Beach Grand Prix became a Formula One event, making the United States the first nation since Italy in 1957 to hold two Grands Prix in the same season ... The United States Grand Prix West, as it was called to distinguish from the United States Grand Prix East at Watkins Glen, was held until 1983, after which CART became ... The Caesars Palace Grand Prix was a non-starter in 1980, debuting in 1981 it would only last two years with Formula One, before CART took over the race for another two seasons ...
List Of Formula One Promotional Trophy Winners - Race Promoters' Trophy - By Season
... Year Grand Prix Circuit 2011 Indian Grand Prix Buddh 2010 Korean Grand Prix Yeongam 2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Marina 2008 Singapore Grand Prix Marina ...

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