1923 Grand Prix season

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1923 Grand Prix season
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The 1923 Grand Prix season saw Grand Prix motor racing in Europe. For the first time, the Indianapolis 500 was also designated a Grand Épreuve by the International Sporting Commission of the AIACR. The French Grand Prix was held in Tours. The Italian Grand Prix (which was also the European Grand Prix) was held at Monza. Spain entered the Grand Prix circus with the Spanish Grand Prix at Sitges-Terramar and the first San Sebastián Grand Prix at Lasarte.

Season review[edit]

Grandes Épreuves[edit]

Date Name Circuit Winning drivers Winning constructor Report
30 May United States Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis United States Tommy Milton H.C.S. Miller Report
15 July France French Grand Prix Tours United Kingdom Henry Segrave Sunbeam Report
9 September Italy Italian Grand Prix
European Grand Prix
Monza Italy Carlo Salamano FIAT Report

The Indianapolis 500 counted towards the AAA Championship Car title

Other Grands Prix[edit]

Date Name Circuit Winning driver Winning constructor Report
15 April Italy Targa Florio Madonie Italy Ugo Sivocci Alfa Romeo Report
6 May Italy Cremona Circuit Cremona Italy Antonio Ascari Alfa Romeo Report
10 June Italy Mugello Circuit Mugello Italy Gastone Brilli-Peri Steyr Report
17 June Italy Savio Circuit Ravenna Italy Enzo Ferrari Alfa Romeo Report
25 July Spain San Sebastián Grand Prix Lasarte France Albert Guyot Rolland-Pilain Report
26 August Italy Coppa Montenero Montenero Italy Mario Razzauti Ansaldo Report
28 October Spain Spanish Grand Prix Sitges-Terramar France Albert Divo Sunbeam Report
25 November Italy Garda Circuit Salò Italy Guido Meregalli Diatto Report

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