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France Circuit de Reims-Gueux
Circuit-Reims-1954.png
LocationGueux, France
Coordinates49°15′14.67″N 3°55′50.02″E / 49.2540750°N 3.9305611°E / 49.2540750; 3.9305611
Opened1926
Closed1972
Major eventsFormula One
French Grand Prix
(1950–1951, 1953–1954, 1956, 1958–1961, 1963, 1966)
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
French motorcycle Grand Prix (1954–1955)
Grand Prix de la Marne
(1925–1931, 1933–1937, 1952)
12 Hours of Reims
(1926, 1953–1954, 1956–1958, 1964–1965, 1967)
Grand Prix Circuit (1954–1972)
Length8.302 km (5.159 miles)
Turns7
Race lap record2:10.500 (Australia Paul Hawkins, Lola T70, 1967, Group 4)
Grand Prix Circuit (1953)
Length8.372 km (5.202 miles)
Turns7
Race lap record2:41.000 (Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio, Maserati A6GCM, 1953, F1)
Grand Prix Circuit (1952)
Length7.152 km (4.444 miles)
Turns5
Race lap record2:28.700 (France Jean Behra, Gordini T16, 1952, F2)
Original Circuit (1926–1951)
Length7.826 km (4.863 miles)
Turns8
Race lap record2:27.800 (Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio, Alfa Romeo 159, 1951, F1)

The circuit Reims-Gueux was a Grand Prix motor racing road course, located in Gueux, 7.5 km (5 miles) west of Reims in the Champagne region of north-eastern France, established in 1926 as the second venue of the Grand Prix de la Marne.[1][2] The triangular layout of public roads formed three sectors between the villages of Thillois and Gueux over the La Garenne / Gueux intersection of Route nationale 31. The circuit became known to be among the fastest of the era for its two long straights (approximately 2.2 km; 1¼ miles in length each) allowing maximum straight-line speed, resulting in many famous slipstream battles.

Circuit history

Motor racing at Reims started in 1926 with the second Grand Prix de la Marne, relocating the race from the square-shaped 22 km (14 mi) Circuit de Beine-Nauroy east of Reims to Reims-Gueux, west of Reims. The original 7.816 km (4.857 mi) circuit placed the start/finish line on road D27, approximately 1.6 km (0.99 mi) east of the Gueux village center, where it would remain for the duration of the circuit. Gradual improvements in track width to a few sections including the Garenne-Gueux / Thillois corners prior to the 1932 Grand Prix de France contributed to a new published circuit length of 7.826 km (4.863 mi) after which the circuit remained essentially the same until 1937.[3][4]

Organizational changes prior to the 1938 GP de France saw extensive widening of the Thillois-Gueux straight. The process was reported to have felled trees and demolished structures to make the circuit yet faster, concluding the Grand Prix era with the 1938-1939 championship editions of the French Grand Prix.[5]

Racing at Reims-Gueux resumed in 1947 with the 16th Grand Prix de Reims, effectively ending the Grand Prix de la Marne series except for a last edition in 1952. 1948 and 1949 saw the first Formula 1 cars at Reims-Gueux for two non-championship rounds. By then temporary grandstands were established fixtures at the Gueux / La Garenne and Thillois corners and after hosting the sixth round of the inaugural 1950 World Drivers' Championship, it became clear that the circuit needed further extensive renovations to comply with the accelerating Formula 1 technology.

For 1952, the track was re-configured to bypass Gueux via the (then) new D26 section, shortening the circuit from 7.826 km (4.863 mi) to 7.152 km (4.444 mi) after which it was renamed "Circuit de Reims" or commonly referred to simply as "Reims". Improvements continued in preparations for 1953, the inaugural year of the 12 Hours of Reims series, which featured a new D26 track extension from the Virage de la Hovette (Annie Bousquet corner) to a new purpose built intersection with the La Garenne straight (Muizon corner) about 1.2 km (0.75 mi) west of the previous Gueux / La Garenne junction, resulting in a new preliminary circuit length of 8.372 km (5.202 mi). The last major modifications were before the 1954 season, re-profiling the new Muizon corner from the previous year and the Thillois corner to a larger and faster radius, which established again a shorter and final circuit length of 8.302 km (5.159 mi). This public road circuit had previously been made up entirely of straights with a few slight and very fast kinks and slow corners; with the addition of these 3 fast sweepers and the extension of the main straight, this circuit, which was already very fast- was now even faster than it had been before, by about 4-5 mph per lap.

The pit boxes and stands of the former Reims-Gueux circuit pictured in 2016
The pit boxes and stands of the former Reims-Gueux circuit pictured in 2016

The last year for Formula One at Reims came in 1966, final sports car competitions were held in 1969 and Motorcycle racing continued for another 3 years. In 1972, Reims-Gueux closed permanently due to financial difficulties. There was to be a historic race held in 1997 but it was cancelled for technical reasons several months before it was due to take place and by 2002, the bulldozers arrived to demolish some portions of the track. A few sections of the old circuit are still visible today around the pit lane, at the D26 / D27 round-about and a part of the D26 extension at the Hovette corner to what once was the 1953 Muizon hair-pin (visible on current sat. images).

Timekeepers' building at the former Reims-Gueux circuit pictured in 2016
Timekeepers' building at the former Reims-Gueux circuit pictured in 2016

Today, the old RN31 straight between Muizon and Thillois is a wider dual carriageway, although it does follow the same line as the original two-lane road of the former circuit. It is still possible to drive a lap around the (more or less) original 1926 version (through the center of Gueux) and the 1952 variant of the circuit, except for the old Garenne -junction which was demolished as part of the RN31 modernization. It is no longer possible to complete a lap of the circuit used from 1953 onwards as the tarmac between Bretelle Nord and Muizon has been removed. Les Amis du Circuit de Gueux (a non-profit organization) is working to preserve the old pit building, grandstands and other remaining structures of the circuit and actively support historic meetings which use the 1952 Circuit d'Essais.

Lap records

The official race lap records at the Reims-Gueux are listed as:

Category Time Driver Vehicle Event
Grand Prix Circuit: 8.302 km (1954–1972)
Group 4 2:10.500[6] Paul Hawkins Lola T70 1967 12 Hours of Reims
Formula One 2:11.300 Lorenzo Bandini Ferrari 312 1966 French Grand Prix
Formula Two 2:12.600[7] Piers Courage Brabham BT30 1969 Reims Grand Prix
Sports prototype 2:25.500[8] Mike Parkes Ferrari 250 P 1963 Trophee P-GT-Sport
Formula Junior 2:37.600[9] Peter Arundell Lotus 22 1962 Coupe de Juniors
Formula Three 2:37.700[10] Patrick Depailler Alpine A330 1969 Reims French F3 round
500cc 2:39.000 Geoff Duke Gilera 500 Saturno "Piuma" 1955 French motorcycle Grand Prix
350cc 3:02.000 Duilio Agostini Moto Guzzi 350 GP 1955 French motorcycle Grand Prix
125cc 3:16.800 Romolo Ferri Mondial 125SS 1955 French motorcycle Grand Prix
Grand Prix Circuit: 8.372 km (1953)
Formula One 2:41.000 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati A6GCM 1953 French Grand Prix
Grand Prix Circuit: 7.152 km (1952)
Formula Two 2:28.700[11] Jean Behra Gordini T16 1952 Marne Grand Prix
Sports prototype 2:35.500[12] Robert Manzon Gordini T15S 1952 Reims Grand Prix
Grand Prix Circuit: 7.826 km (1926–1951)
Formula One 2:27.800 Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo 159 1951 French Grand Prix
GP 2:32.200 Hermann Lang Mercedes-Benz W154 1939 French Grand Prix
Formula Two 2:53.600[13] Alberto Ascari Ferrari 166 F2 1950 Coupe des Petites Cylindrees
Sports prototype 3:07.400[14] René Carrière Delahaye 145 1937 Marne Grand Prix

Racing series at Reims-Gueux

Race Names

Grand Prix de la Marne
Coupe d’Or (1° 12 Heures de Reims)
Grand Prix de France (GP de l'ACF)
Grand Prix de la Marne de Tourisme
Coupe de la Commission Sportive de l'ACF
Grand Prix de Reims
Coupe des Petites Cylindrées
Coupe des Racers 500
European Grand Prix (honorary) (E)
12 Heures Internationales de Reims
Coupe Internationale de Vitesse
Coupe de Juniors
Trophée International Prototypes Grand Tourisme et Sport
Les Grands Prix France
Les Trophées de France

 

Editions

13
1
16
1
1
3
4
1
3
8
9
4
1
3
3

 

First Year

1926
1926
1932
1935
1939
1947
1947
1950
1951
1953
1957
1960
1963
1964
1967

 

Last Year

1952
-
1966
-
-
1962
1950
-
1966
1967
1969
1963
-
1966
1969

 

Regulations

FL - GP - VT - SC
FL - SC
GP - F1 - F2
SC
VT
GP - F1
F2
F3
F1
SC
F2 - F3
FJ
SC
F2
F2

Reims-Gueux by year

Legend

Formula Libre = FL - Grand Prix = GP - Voiturette = VT - Formula 1 = F1 - Formula 2 = F2
Formula 3 = F3 - Formula Junior = FJ - Sports car = SC
Coupe des P. C. = Petites Cylindrées, Trophée P-GT-Sport = Prototypes - Grand Tourisme
French Grand Prix - GP championship rounds
French Grand Prix - F1 non-championship rounds
French Grand Prix - F1 championship rounds
Year Date Event Reg. Winner Constructor / Car Circuit Laps Time km/h av. Report
1925 Aug. 2 Champagne-Ardenne 1° GP de la Marne FL France Pierre Clause Bignan 22.000 km (13.670 mi) 10 2:08:56.4 104.20 km/h (64.75 mph) Report
1926 July 25 Champagne-Ardenne 2° GP de la Marne FL France François Lescot Bugatti T35B 2L C 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 40 2:50:15.6 112.77 km/h (70.07 mph) Report
1927 July 10 Champagne-Ardenne 3° GP de la Marne FL France Philippe Étancelin Bugatti T35B 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 50 3:26:20.2 116.32 km/h (72.28 mph) Report
1928 July 8 Champagne-Ardenne 4° GP de la Marne GP Monaco Louis Chiron Bugatti T35 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 50 3:00:47.4 132.75 km/h (82.49 mph) Report
1929 July 7 Champagne-Ardenne 5° GP de la Marne GP France Philippe Étancelin Bugatti 35C 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 50 2:54:14.6 137.74 km/h (85.59 mph) Report
1930 June 29 Champagne-Ardenne 6° GP de la Marne GP France René Dreyfus Bugatti T35B 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 50 2:49:27.6 141.626 km/h (88.002 mph) Report
1931 July 5 Champagne-Ardenne 7° GP de la Marne GP France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti T51 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 50 2:47:37.4 143.18 km/h (88.97 mph) Report
1931 July 5 Champagne-Ardenne 7° GP de la Marne VT France Philippe Auber Bugatti T37A 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 50 3:19:00.4 120.588 km/h (74.930 mph) Report
1932 July 3 France 18° GP de l'ACF GP Italy Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo Tipo B 7.826 km (4.863 mi) 92 2:57:52.8 145.3 km/h (90.3 mph) Report
1933 July 2 Champagne-Ardenne 8° GP de la Marne GP France Philippe Etancelin Alfa Romeo Monza 7.826 km (4.863 mi) 51 2:45:12.4 145.0 km/h (90.1 mph) Report
1934 July 8 Champagne-Ardenne 9° GP de la Marne GP Monaco Louis Chiron Alfa Romeo Tipo B 7.826 km (4.863 mi) 64 3:25:51.8 146.0 km/h (90.7 mph) Report
1935 July 7 Champagne-Ardenne 10° GP de la Marne GP France René Dreyfus Alfa Romeo Tipo B 7.826 km (4.863 mi) 64 2:57:52.8 157.760 km/h (98.028 mph) Report
1935 July 7 Champagne-Ardenne 1° GP de Tourisme SC France Albert Perrot Delahaye 135 S 7.826 km (4.863 mi) 25 1:29:22.7 131.34 km/h (81.61 mph) Report
1936 July 5 Champagne-Ardenne 11° GP de la Marne SC France Jean-Pierre Wimille Bugatti 57G Tank 7.826 km (4.863 mi) 51 2:50:45.3 140.245 km/h (87.144 mph) Report
1937 July 18 Champagne-Ardenne 12° GP de la Marne SC France Jean-Pierre Wimille Bugatti T59 7.826 km (4.863 mi) 63 3:23:58.4 145.030 km/h (90.117 mph) Report
1938 July 2 France 32° GP de l’ACF GP Germany Manfred von Brauchitsch Mercedes W154 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 64 2:57:52.8 168.707 km/h (104.830 mph) Report
1939 July 9 France 33° GP de l’ACF GP Germany Hermann Paul Müller Auto Union D 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 64 2:57:52.8 168.707 km/h (104.830 mph) Report
1939 July 9 France Coupe Sportive VT Switzerland Armand Hug Maserati 4CM 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 38 1:58:21.6 150.6 km/h (93.6 mph) Report
1940–1946 (No racing events held)
1947 July 6
Drapeau de Reims.svg
16° GP de Reims
GP Switzerland Christian Kautz Maserati 4CL 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 51 2:34:50.7 155.181 km/h (96.425 mph) Report
1947 July 6
Drapeau de Reims.svg
1° Coupe des P.C.
F2 Thailand B. Bira Simca-Gordini 11 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 26 1:29:20.4 136.473 km/h (84.800 mph) Report
1948 July 18 France 35° GP de l’ACF F1 France Jean-Pierre Wimille Alfa Romeo 158 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 64 3:01:07.5 165.699 km/h (102.961 mph) Report
1948 July 18
Drapeau de Reims.svg
2° Coupe des P.C.
F2 France Raymond Sommer Ferrari 166 SC 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 26 1:18:48.0 154.714 km/h (96.135 mph) Report
1949 July 6 France 36° GP de l’ACF F1 Monaco Louis Chiron Talbot-Lago 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 64 3:06:33.7 160.870 km/h (99.960 mph) Report
1949 July 6
Drapeau de Reims.svg
3° Coupe des P.C.
F2 Italy Alberto Ascari Ferrari 166 2L 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 26 1:19:56.9 152.722 km/h (94.897 mph) Report
1950 July 6 France 37° GP de l’ACF F1 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo 158 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 64 2:57:52.8 168.722 km/h (104.839 mph) Report
1950 July 6
Drapeau de Reims.svg
4° Coupe des P.C.
F2 Italy Alberto Ascari Ferrari 166 2L 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 26 1:16:42.7 159.939 km/h (99.381 mph) Report
1950 July 6
Drapeau de Reims.svg
Coupe des Racers 500
F3 United Kingdom Alfred Bottoms Cowlan-JBS / Norton 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 13 46:16.9 131.720 km/h (81.847 mph) Report
1951 July 1 France 38° GP de l’ACF (E) F1 Italy Luigi Fagioli
Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
Alfa Romeo 159 7.816 km (4.857 mi) 77 3:22:11.0 178.600 km/h (110.977 mph) Report
1952 June 29 Champagne-Ardenne 13° GP de la Marne F2 France Jean Behra Gordini T16 7.152 km (4.444 mi) 71 3 hrs 169.935 km/h (105.593 mph) Report
1953 July 5 France 40° GP de l’ACF F2 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn Ferrari 500 2L 8.347 km (5.187 mi) 60 2:44:18.6 182.881 km/h (113.637 mph) Report
1954 July 4 France 41° GP de l’ACF F1 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio Mercedes W196 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 61 2:42:47.9 186.644 km/h (115.975 mph) Report
1955 (No racing events held)
1956 July 1 France 42° GP de l’ACF F1 United Kingdom Peter Collins Lancia-Ferrari D50 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 61 2:34:23.4 196.809 km/h (122.291 mph) Report
1957 July 14
Drapeau de Reims.svg
2° GP de Reims
F1 Italy Luigi Musso Lancia-Ferrari D50 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 61 2:33:02.6 198.610 km/h (123.411 mph) Report
1957 July 14 France 1° Coupe de Vitesse F2 France Maurice Trintignant Ferrari D156 F2 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 37 1:40:06.8 184.090 km/h (114.388 mph) Report
1958 July 6 France 44° GP de l’ACF F1 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn Ferrari 246 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 50 2:03:21.3 201.905 km/h (125.458 mph) Report
1958 July 6 France 2° Coupe de Vitesse F2 France Jean Behra Porsche 718 F2 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 30 1:19:45.0 187.374 km/h (116.429 mph) Report
1959 July 5 France 45° GP de l’ACF (E) F1 United Kingdom Tony Brooks Ferrari 246 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 50 2:01:26.5 205.086 km/h (127.435 mph) Report
1959 July 5 France 3° Coupe de Vitesse F2 United Kingdom Stirling Moss Cooper T45 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 25 1:04:54.2 191.864 km/h (119.219 mph) Report
1960 July 3 France 46° GP de l’ACF F1 Australia Jack Brabham Cooper-Climax 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 50 1:57:24.9 212.119 km/h (131.805 mph) Report
1960 July 3 France 1° Coupe de Juniors FJ United Kingdom Mike McKee Lotus 18 Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 20 58:45.4 169.548 km/h (105.352 mph) Report
1961 July 2 France 47° GP de l’ACF F1 Italy Giancarlo Baghetti Ferrari 156 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 52 2:14:17.5 192.880 km/h (119.850 mph) Report
1961 July 2 France 2° Coupe de Juniors FJ United Kingdom Trevor Taylor Lotus 20 Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 30 1:24:44.1 176.352 km/h (109.580 mph) Report
1962 July 1
Drapeau de Reims.svg
3° GP de Reims
F1 New Zealand Bruce McLaren Cooper Climax T60 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 50 2:02:32.2 203.31 km/h (126.33 mph) Report
1962 July 1 France 3° Coupe de Juniors FJ United Kingdom Mike Spence Lotus 22 Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 10 27:03.1 184.130 km/h (114.413 mph) Report
1963 June 30 France 49° GP de l’ACF F1 Scotland Jim Clark Lotus-Climax 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 53 2:10:54.3 201.676 km/h (125.316 mph) Report
1963 June 30 France Trophee P-GT-Sport SC Italy Carlo Mario Abate Ferrari TRI/61 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 25 01:02:59.5 197.686 km/h (122.836 mph) Report
1963 June 30 France 4° Coupe de Juniors FJ New Zealand Denis Hulme Brabham BT6 Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 20 54:27.0 182.958 km/h (113.685 mph) Report
1964 July 5 France Grands Prix France F2 United Kingdom Alan Rees Brabham Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 37 01:36:10.6 191.625 km/h (119.070 mph) Report
1964 July 5 France 4° Coupe de Vitesse F3 Scotland Jackie Stewart Cooper BMC 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 20 57:15.8 173.969 km/h (108.099 mph) Report
1965 July 4 France Grands Prix France F2 Austria Jochen Rindt Brabham Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 37 01:33:55.7 196.212 km/h (121.920 mph) Report
1965 July 4 France 5° Coupe de Vitesse F3 France Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra - Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 20 54:33.8 182.578 km/h (113.449 mph) Report
1966 July 2 France Grands Prix France F2 Australia Jack Brabham Brabham Honda 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 37 01:33:32.4 197.026 km/h (122.426 mph) Report
1966 July 3 France 52° GP de l’ACF (E) F1 Australia Jack Brabham Brabham BT19 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 48 01:48:31.3 220.315 km/h (136.897 mph) Report
1966 July 3 France 6° Coupe de Vitesse F3 United Kingdom John Fenning Matra - Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 20 55:16.3 180.238 km/h (111.995 mph) Report
1967 June 25 France Les Trophées de France F2 Austria Jochen Rindt Brabham BT23 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 37 01:25:25.4 215.747 km/h (134.059 mph) Report
1967 June 25 France 7° Coupe de Vitesse F3 France Jean-Pierre Jabouille Matra - Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 20 54:39.8 182.243 km/h (113.241 mph) Report
1968 June 25 France Les Trophées de France F2 Scotland Jackie Stewart Matra MS7 Cosworth 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 35 01:25:23.1 207.869 km/h (129.164 mph) Report
1968 June 25 France 8° Coupe de Vitesse F3 United Kingdom Peter Westbury Brabham BT21 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 15 41:29.3 180.088 km/h (111.901 mph) Report
1969 June 25 France Les Trophées de France F2 France François Cevert Tecno Ford TF 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 35 01:19:21.3 219.692 km/h (136.510 mph) Report
1969 June 25 France 9° Coupe de Vitesse F3 United States Peter de Merrit Tecno Toyota 8.302 km (5.159 mi) 15 53:39.3 185.669 km/h (115.369 mph) Report
Sources:[15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31]

Sports car racing at Reims-Gueux by year (condensed)

Year Date Event Drivers Team Constructor / Car Group Laps Distance km/h Report
1926 Aug. 27 Coupe d'Or France Roger Gauthier (Private) France Bignan 2LC N/A 53 1,056 km (656 mi) N/A Report
1935 July 7 1° GP de Tourisme France Albert Perrot (Private) France Delahaye 18 CV +3.0 25 195.672 km (121.585 mi) 131.34 km/h (81.61 mph) Report
1936 July 5 11° GP de la Marne France Jean-Pierre Wimille France Bugatti (Works) France Bugatti 57G Tank S5.0 51 399.126 km (248.005 mi) 140.245 km/h (87.144 mph) Report
1937 July 18 12° GP de la Marne France Jean-Pierre Wimille France Bugatti (Works) France Bugatti T59 S5.0 63 500.0 km (310.7 mi) 140.245 km/h (87.144 mph) Report
1952 June 29 13° GP de la Marne United Kingdom Stirling Moss United Kingdom T. H. Wisdom United Kingdom Jaguar C-Type S+2.0 50 359.88 km (223.62 mi) 158.017 km/h (98.187 mph) Report
1953–1954 12 Heures Internationales de Reims
1955 Cancelled
1956–1958 12 Heures Internationales de Reims
1959–1963 Not held
1963 June 30 Trophee P-GT-Sport United Kingdom Dick Protheroe United Kingdom Protheroe United Kingdom Jaguar E 3L+ P+3.0 25 207.550 km (128.966 mi) 193.910 km/h (120.490 mph) Report
1964–1965 12 Heures Internationales de Reims - Sportscar World Championship
1966 July 3 Coupe Nationale R8 Gordini France Jean- Claude Andruet France Gordini France R8 Gordini S1.2 12 99.624 km (61.903 mi) 145.748 km/h (90.564 mph) Report
1967 12 Heures Internationales de Reims
1967 June 25 Coupe Nationale R8 Gordini France Francis Stalter France Gordini France R8 Gordini S1.2 15 124.530 km (77.379 mi) 149.401 km/h (92.833 mph) Report
1968 June 24 Coupe Nationale R8 Gordini France Bernard Lagier France Gordini France R8 Gordini S1.2 12 99.624 km (61.903 mi) 154.851 km/h (96.220 mph) Report
1969 June 24 Coupe Nationale R8 Gordini France Alain Cudini France Gordini France R8 Gordini S1.2 12 99.624 km (61.903 mi) 155.759 km/h (96.784 mph) Report
Sources:[32][33][34]

Reims-Gueux Circuits by years

Street Map - Reims-Gueux 1926
Street Map - Reims-Gueux 1926
Street Map - Reims 1952
Street Map - Reims 1952
Street Map - Reims- 1953
Street Map - Reims- 1953
Street Map - Reims- 1954-1972
Street Map - Reims- 1954-1972

See also

References

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