European Grand Prix
|Valencia Street Circuit|
|Circuit length||5.419 km (3.367 mi)|
|Race length||308.883 km (191.931 mi)|
|Number of times held||21|
|Most wins (drivers)||Michael Schumacher (6)|
|Most wins (constructors)||Ferrari (6)|
|Last race (2011):|
|Pole position|| Sebastian Vettel
|Podium||1. Sebastian Vettel
1h 39m 36.169s
2. Fernando Alonso
3. Mark Webber
|Fastest lap|| Sebastian Vettel
The European Grand Prix (sometimes called the Grand Prix of Europe) is a Formula One race. It was reintroduced during the mid-1980s. It has been held regularly since 1999.
In earlier years, one of the national Grands Prix was also called the European Grand Prix. The first race to be so named was the 1923 Italian Grand Prix, held at Monza and won by Carlo Salamano in a Fiat. Since 1983, the European Grand Prix is a separate race. It is usually held in a country that also holds a national Grand Prix.
Winners of the European Grands Prix[change | edit source]
Repeat winners (drivers)[change | edit source]
Only includes standalone events
|Number of wins||Driver||Years Won|
|6||Michael Schumacher||1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006|
|2||Fernando Alonso||2005, 2007|
|Rubens Barrichello||2002, 2009|
|Sebastian Vettel||2010, 2011|
Active drivers are in bold.
Repeat winners (constructors)[change | edit source]
Only includes standalone events.
|# of wins||Constructor||Years Won|
|6||Ferrari||2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008|
|4||McLaren||1984, 1993, 1997, 2007|
|3||Williams||1985, 1996, 2003|
|Red Bull-Renault||2010, 2011|
Active constructors are in bold.
The Formula One season as a standalone event[change | edit source]
The Formula One season as an honorary designation[change | edit source]
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