1948 Stockholm Grand Prix

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Skarpnäck Airfield in 1967. The triangular or "A" shape of the race is the obvious choice on the three landing strips.

The 1948 Stockholm Grand Prix was a Grand Prix race held according to the then new Formula Two rules, at Skarpnäck Airfield outside Stockholm on 30 May 1948.[1] It was won by B. Bira in a Simca-Gordini T15 entered by Equipe Gordini.[2]

The circuit was 1.37 miles (2.20 km) long and had five turns in an overall triangular shape.[3]

It was the only running of the Stockholm Grand Prix.

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