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1957 Pescara Grand Prix

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1957 Pescara Grand Prix
Circuit Pescara.svg
Race details
Date 18 August 1957
Official name XXV Circuito di Pescara
Location Pescara Circuit
Course Temporary racing facility
Course length 25.8 km (16.032 mi)
Distance 18 laps, 464.4 km (288.576 mi)
Pole position
Driver Maserati
Time 9:44.6
Fastest lap
Driver United Kingdom Stirling Moss Vanwall
Time 9:44.6
Podium
First Vanwall
Second Maserati
Third Maserati

The 1957 Pescara Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race, held on 18 August 1957, at the Pescara Circuit near Pescara in Italy. It was race 7 of 8 in the 1957 World Championship of Drivers. The race, which was the only Formula One World Championship race at the track, was held at the longest ever circuit to stage a Formula One World Championship Grand Prix:[1] the track is 25.8 km (16 miles) long and is now part of the SR16bis on the coast of Pescara. It was also the first of the two consecutive Italian races, and after the subsequent race at Monza was complete, it became the first time that two Formula One World Championship races had been held in the same country in the same year.

Start of the Pescara Grand Prix
Start of the Pescara Grand Prix

The event took place exceptionally due to the sudden cancellation of the Belgium and the Dutch Grand Prix. The temporary public road circuit used for this race was located near the town of Pescara. The Pescara circuit was renowned at the time as one of the most difficult and dangerous routes for motor racing; it became popular because of the automobile race Coppa Acerbo, held there since 1924.

The circuit was so dangerous that Enzo Ferrari, a man not known for compassion for his drivers, did not send his team to the race out of fear for his drivers' safety.[citation needed] However, he was persuaded by Luigi Musso to enter a single Ferrari 801 as Musso wanted to secure the Italian drivers' championship[2] (he would then retire on lap 10 with a split oil tank).[2] Furthermore, approval to run at the circuit was reluctantly granted by ANAS after that eleven people remained killed in an accident during the Mille Miglia race just three months before.

The race drew a crowd in excess of 200,000 spectators.

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Transcription

Contents

Classification

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 26 United Kingdom Stirling Moss Vanwall 18 2:59:22.7 2 91
2 2 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati 18 +3:13.9 1 6
3 6 United States Harry Schell Maserati 18 +6:46.8 5 4
4 14 United States Masten Gregory Maserati 18 +8:16.5 7 3
5 30 United Kingdom Stuart Lewis-Evans Vanwall 17 +1 lap 8 2
6 8 Italy Giorgio Scarlatti Maserati 17 +1 lap 10
7 24 Australia Jack Brabham Cooper-Climax 15 +3 laps 16
Ret 34 Italy Luigi Musso Ferrari 9 Oil leak 3
Ret 10 Spain Paco Godia Maserati 9 Engine 12
Ret 20 United Kingdom Bruce Halford Maserati 9 Transmission 14
Ret 16 Sweden Jo Bonnier Maserati 7 Overheating 9
Ret 4 France Jean Behra Maserati 3 Oil leak 4
Ret 22 United Kingdom Roy Salvadori Cooper-Climax 3 Accident 15
Ret 28 United Kingdom Tony Brooks Vanwall 1 Engine 6
Ret 18 United Kingdom Horace Gould Maserati 0 Accident 11
Ret 12 Italy Luigi Piotti Maserati 0 Engine 13
Source:[3]
Notes
  • ^1 – Includes 1 point for fastest lap

Notes

  • This was a race where some drivers qualified 20 seconds ahead of others. The biggest difference was pole sitter Juan Manuel Fangio's time of 9:44.6 compared to Jack Brabham's time of 11:35.2, almost 2 minutes off Fangio's time. This was because many of the drivers on the grid had never driven at Pescara before. Also, Brabham's Cooper only had a 2-litre engine and Pescara was a "power" circuit.

Championship standings after the race

Drivers' Championship standings
Pos Driver Points
1rightarrow blue.svg
1 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio 40
1uparrow green.svg
4
2 United Kingdom Stirling Moss 17
1downarrow red.svg
1
3 Italy Luigi Musso 16
1downarrow red.svg
1
4 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn 13
1downarrow red.svg
1
5 United Kingdom Tony Brooks 10
Source:[4]
  • Note: only the top five positions are included.

References

  1. ^ "Pescara Circuit". Circuits of the past. Retrieved 9 April 2017.
  2. ^ a b Jenkinson, Denis (April 1993). "A Famous Vanwall victory". Motor Sport magazine archive. p. 31. Retrieved 4 June 2017.
  3. ^ "1957 Pescara Grand Prix". formula1.com. Retrieved 25 October 2017.
  4. ^ "Pescara 1957 - Championship • STATS F1". www.statsf1.com. Retrieved 20 March 2019.


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1957 German Grand Prix
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1956 Pescara Grand Prix
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1960 Pescara Grand Prix
This page was last edited on 17 October 2019, at 22:50
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