1914 Grand Prix season
|1914 Grand Prix season|
The 1914 Grand Prix season saw the return of the American Grand Prize and was the last Grand Prix motor racing season in Europe, before the outbreak of World War I. The French Grand Prix was held in Lyon. The American Grand Prize was held in Santa Monica.
|4 July||French Grand Prix||Lyon||Christian Lautenschlager||Mercedes||Report|
Other Grands Prix
|26 February||Vanderbilt Cup||Santa Monica||Ralph DePalma||Mercedes||Report|
|28 February||American Grand Prize||Eddie Pullen||Mercer||Report|
|30 May||Indianapolis 500||Indianapolis||René Thomas||Delage||Report|
|31 May||Coppa Florio||Madonie||Felice Nazzaro||Nazzaro||Report|
|31 May||Russian Grand Prix||St Petersburg||Willy Scholl||Benz||Report|
|10–11 June||Tourist Trophy||Isle of Man||Kenelm Lee Guinness||Sunbeam||Report|
|22 August||Elgin Trophy||Elgin||Ralph DePalma||Mercedes||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.