Circuit de Charade

YEARS OF OPERATION KEY:
/ c = circa (about) / cn = cancelled / E = early / L = late / M = mid / r = ran / s = scheduled to run / z = ran karts, motorcycles, or other motorsport /
Clermont-Ferrand
AuvergneFRA
5 km. SW of city
opened in 1958
lat: +45.7405 lng: +3.0291


Circuit de Charade 66006 a

4.05 km.  paved street circuitr6/12/1993, s2002-03, r04 unknown
opened in 1989; closed for improvements during 2000
http://www.charade.fr

Circuit de Charade 66006 b
aka: Circuit de Montagne d'Auvergne, Circuit Louis Rosier
8.05 km.  paved street circuitr7/27/1958-59, 62-65, 67, 69-73, 84 defunct
closed in 1988; F1 (1965, 69-70, 72), F2 (1958 [Maurice Trintignant]-59, 64), FJr (1962-63), F3 (1964-65, 67, 71-73)


TRACK CHAMPIONS

RACES

Circuit Louis Rosier
1 1965-06-27 track 'b' Formula One World Drivers' Championship French Auto Club GP
1-Jim Clark, 2-Jackie Stewart, 3-John Surtees, 4-Denny Hulme, 5-Graham Hill, 6-Jo Siffert
40 laps
Circuit Louis Rosier
2 1969-07-06 track 'b' Formula One World Drivers' Championship French GP
1-Jackie Stewart, 2-Jean-Pierre Beltoise, 3-Jacky Ickx, 4-Bruce McLaren, 5-Vic Elford, 6-Graham Hill
38 laps
Circuit Louis Rosier
3 1970-07-05 track 'b' Formula One World Drivers' Championship French GP
1-Jochen Rindt, 2-Chris Amon, 3-Jack Brabham, 4-Denny Hulme, 5-Henri Pescarolo, 6-Dan Gurney
38 laps
Circuit Louis Rosier
4 1972-07-02 track 'b' Formula One World Drivers' Championship French GP
1-Jackie Stewart, 2-Emerson Fittipaldi, 3-Chris Amon, 4-François Cevert, 5-Ronnie Peterson, 6-Mike Hailwood
38 laps