1927 Grand Prix season
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World Championship Grands Prix
|30 May||Indianapolis 500||Indianapolis||George Souders||Duesenberg||Report|
|3 July||French Grand Prix||Montlhéry||Robert Benoist||Delage||Report|
|31 July||Spanish Grand Prix||Lasarte||Robert Benoist||Delage||Report|
|4 September||Italian Grand Prix/European Grand Prix||Monza||Robert Benoist||Delage||Report|
|1 October||British Grand Prix||Brooklands||Robert Benoist||Delage||Report|
The Indianapolis 500 also counted towards the 1927 AAA Championship Car title.
Other Grands Prix
- The Provence Grand Prix was officially cancelled after just 5 of the scheduled 60 laps. This was due to an invasion of the circuit by spectators frustrated with delays to the schedule and the last minute withdrawal of the Talbot team. Chiron's Bugatti was leading when the race was cancelled so is considered to be the unofficial winner.
Championship final standings
Note: To be eligible for the championship, manufacturers had to take part in two World Championship Grands Prix.
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