Moroccan Grand Prix
|Anfa Circuit (1930–1934)
Agadir Circuit (1954–1956)
Ain-Diab Circuit (1957–1958)
|Number of times held||13|
|Most wins (drivers)||No repeat winners|
|Most wins (constructors)||Bugatti (4)|
|Last race (1958)|
In 1930, the race was held at the new Anfa Circuit (official denomination "Anfa Grand Prix"). It claimed the life of driver Count Bruno d'Harcourt during a practice run. All winners, in touring cars, were either French or Monegasque.
There was no race in 1933 nor between 1935 and 1953. When it returned in 1954, it was held on a circuit at the city of Agadir for sports cars, and French dominance was interrupted by an Italian driver, Giuseppe Farina.
The following year the race was officially sanctioned and was held on October 19, 1958. The race was marred by the death of Stuart Lewis-Evans (second in the 1957 race) who died in a London hospital of burn injuries six days after crashing heavily at the dusty circuit. His Vanwall engine seized (possibly because of dust) and sent him lurching into barriers at high speed, igniting his car in flames. This was the last Grand Prix organized in Morocco.
Winners of the Moroccan Grand Prix
A pink background indicates an event which was not part of the Formula One World Championship.
|1958||Stirling Moss||Vanwall||Formula One||Ain-Diab||Report|
|1957||Jean Behra||Maserati||Formula One||Ain-Diab||Report|
|1956||Maurice Trintignant||Ferrari||Sports cars||Agadir||Report|
|1955||Mike Sparken||Ferrari||Sports cars||Report|
|1954||Giuseppe Farina||Ferrari||Sports cars||Report|
|1934||Louis Chiron||Alfa Romeo||Touring cars||Anfa||Report|
|1932||Marcel Lehoux||Bugatti||Touring cars||Anfa||Report|
|1931||Stanisław Czaykowski||Bugatti||Touring cars||Report|
|1930||Charles Bénitah||Amilcar||Touring cars||Report|
|1928||E. Meyer||Bugatti||Touring cars||Casablanca||Report|
|1927||G. Roll||Georges Irat||Touring cars||Report|
|1926||R. Meyerl||Bugatti||Touring cars||Report|
|1925||Comte de Vaugelas||Delage||Touring cars||Report|