Skarpnäck Airfield

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Sailplane at Skarpnäck Airfield in 1972.
Skarpnäcksloppet 1952.

Skarpnäck Airfield (Swedish: Skarpnäcks Flygfält) was an airfield on Skarpnäcksfältet, a subdistrict of Skarpnäck borough, Stockholm, Sweden. It was mostly used for gliding, and was closed in 1980. Apartment buildings were built at the site in the following years.[1]

The airport was used as an auto racing circuit for the 1948 Stockholm Grand Prix, a Formula Two race, and the following year the Swedish Summer Grand Prix was held here. Automobile Racing were arranged the following years as well.

Skarpnäck Airfield in 1967.

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  1. ^ "Skarpnäck". Svensk Flyghistorisk Förening. Retrieved 2010-08-02.