1913 Grand Prix season
|1913 Grand Prix season|
The 1913 Grand Prix season consisted of Grand Prix races in Europe and the United States. The French Grand Prix was held in Amiens. The first ever Russian Grand Prix was held in St. Petersburg. There was no American Grand Prize this year.
The Automobile Club de l'Ouest organized the Grand Prix de France of 1913. This race is not considered to be part of the lineage of French Grands Prix, as it was a separate event from the official French Grand Prix, the Grand Prix de l'ACF, hosted by the Automobile Club de France from 1906 onwards.
|Name||Circuit||Date||Winning drivers||Winning constructor||Report|
|French Grand Prix||Amiens||12 July||Georges Boillot||Peugeot||Report|
Other Grands Prix
|Name||Circuit||Date||Winning driver||Winning constructor||Report|
|Russian Grand Prix||St Petersburg||7 June||Georgy Suvorin||Benz||Report|
|Spanish Grand Prix||Guadarrama||15 June||Carlos de Salamanca||Rolls Royce||Report|
|Grand Prix de France||Le Mans||5 August||Paul Bablot||Delage||Report|
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- Higham, Peter (1995). The Guinness Guide to International Motor Racing. Guinness Publishing. pp. 194–208. ISBN 0-85112-642-1.