Grands Prix during World War II
|Grands Prix during World War II|
Grand Prix seasons between 1940 and 1945 occurred during wartime and so were limited to a very small number of events. The majority of Grand Prix races during this period were run in South America. The first post-war Grand Prix was run in Paris, shortly after the end of the war.
Wartime Grands Prix
|12 May, 1940||São Paulo Grand Prix||Interlagos||Arthur Nascimento Jr||Alfa Romeo||Report|
|28 September, 1941||Rio de Janeiro Grand Prix||Gávea||Chico Landi||Report|
|23 November, 1941||Buenos Aires Grand Prix||Costanera||José Canziani||Report|
|? January, 1942||Report|
|3 May, 1942||Santa Fe Grand Prix||Santa Fe||Oldemar Ramos||Report|
No Grand Prix races held
|9 September||Paris Cup||Bois de Boulogne||Jean-Pierre Wimille||Bugatti||Report|
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- Galpin, Darren. "1941 Grands Prix". The GEL Motorsport Information Page. Retrieved 2007-08-05.
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