List of Formula One Grands Prix

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The following is a complete list of Grands Prix which have been a part of the FIA World Championship since it started in 1950.

At the end of the 2008 season, 803 World Championship Grands Prix will have been held including the Indy 500 which was a part of the World Championship from 1950 until 1960.

Major auto racing events are usually named Grands Prix, a tradition dating back to the first decade of the 20th Century and the Grand Prix motor racing of the 1920s and 1930s.

Formula One Grands Prix[change | change source]

By race title[change | change source]

The Grands Prix races that are on the 2011 season calendar are in bold. The initial schedule included 20 races. The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix has been postponed because of civil unrest. It has not been decided if the race will be rescheduled or canceled.

No. Race Active year(s) No. Of Races
1 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2009 - 2010 2
2 Argentina Argentine Grand Prix 19531958, 1960, 19721975, 19771981, 19951998 20
3 Australia Australian Grand Prix 19852011 26
4 Austria Austrian Grand Prix 1964, 19701987, 19972003 26
5 Bahrain Bahrain Grand Prix 20042010 7
6 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix 19501956, 1958, 19601968, 1970, 19722002, 20042005, 20072011 55
7 Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix 19732011 38
8 United Kingdom British Grand Prix 19502011 62
9 United States Caesars Palace Grand Prix 19811982 2
10 Canada Canadian Grand Prix 19671974, 19761986, 19882008, 2010 - 2011 42
11 People's Republic of China Chinese Grand Prix 20042011 8
12 United States Dallas Grand Prix 1984 1
13 United States Detroit Grand Prix 19821988 7
14 Netherlands Dutch Grand Prix 19521953, 1955, 19581971, 19731985 30
15 Germany European Grand Prix[1] 19831985, 19931997, 19992011 21
16 France French Grand Prix 19501954, 19562008 58
17 Germany German Grand Prix 19511954, 19561959, 19612006, 20082011 58
18 Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix 19862011 26
19 India Indian Grand Prix 2011 0
20 United States Indianapolis 500[2] 19501960 11
21 Italy Italian Grand Prix 19502011 61
22 Japan Japanese Grand Prix 19761977, 19872011 26
23 South Korea Korean Grand Prix 2010 - 2011 1
24 Germany Luxembourg Grand Prix[3] 19971998 2
25 Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix 19992011 12
26 Mexico Mexican Grand Prix 19631970, 19861992 15
27 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix 1950, 19552011 59
28 Morocco Moroccan Grand Prix 1958 1
29 Japan Pacific Grand Prix[4] 19941995 2
30 Italy Pescara Grand Prix[5] 1957 1
31 Portugal Portuguese Grand Prix 19581960, 19841996 16
32 San Marino San Marino Grand Prix[6] 19812006 26
33 Singapore Singapore Grand Prix 20082011 3
34 South Africa South African Grand Prix 19621963, 1965, 19671980,[7] 19821985, 19921993 23
35 Spain Spanish Grand Prix 1951, 1954, 19681979,[8] 1981, 19862011 41
36 Sweden Swedish Grand Prix 19731978[9] 6
37 Switzerland Swiss Grand Prix 19501954,[10] 1982[11] 6
38 Turkey Turkish Grand Prix 20052011 6
39 United States United States Grand Prix 19591980, 19891991, 20002007 33
40 United States United States Grand Prix West 19761983 8

By host country[change | change source]

No. Race No. Of Races
Argentina Argentina Argentine Grand Prix 19531958, 1960, 19721975, 19771981, 19951998 20
Australia Australia Australian Grand Prix 19852011 26
Austria Austria Austrian Grand Prix 1964, 19701987, 19972003 26
Bahrain Bahrain Bahrain Grand Prix 20042011 7
Belgium Belgium Belgian Grand Prix 19501956, 1958, 19601968, 1970, 19722002, 20042005, 20072011 55
Brazil Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix 19732011 38
Canada Canada Canadian Grand Prix 19671974, 19761986, 19882008, 2010 - 2011 42
People's Republic of China China Chinese Grand Prix 20042011 8
France France French Grand Prix (58) 19501954, 19562008
Swiss Grand Prix (1) 1982
59
Germany Germany German Grand Prix (58) 19511954, 19561959, 19612006, 20082011
European Grand Prix (12) 1984, 19951996, 19992007
Luxembourg Grand Prix (2) 19971998
72
Hungary Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix 19862011 26
India India Indian Grand Prix 2011 0
Italy Italy Italian Grand Prix (61) 19502011
Pescara Grand Prix (1) 1957
San Marino Grand Prix (26) 19812006
88
Japan Japan Japanese Grand Prix (26) 19761977, 19872011
Pacific Grand Prix (2) 19941995
28
Malaysia Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix 19992011 12
Mexico Mexico Mexican Grand Prix 19631970, 19861992 15
Monaco Monaco Monaco Grand Prix 1950, 19552011 57
Morocco Morocco Moroccan Grand Prix 1958 1
Netherlands Netherlands Dutch Grand Prix 19521953, 1955, 19581971, 19731985 30
Portugal Portugal Portuguese Grand Prix 19581960, 19841996 16
Singapore Singapore Singapore Grand Prix 20082011 3
South Africa South Africa South African Grand Prix 19621963, 1965, 19671980, 19821985, 19921993 23
South Korea South Korea Korean Grand Prix 2010 - 2011 1
Spain Spain Spanish Grand Prix (41) 1951, 1954, 19681979, 1981, 19862011
European Grand Prix (6) 1994, 1997, 20082011
47
Sweden Sweden Swedish Grand Prix 19731978 6
Switzerland Switzerland Swiss Grand Prix 19501954 5
Turkey Turkey Turkish Grand Prix 20052011 6
United Arab Emirates UAE Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2009 - 2010 2
United Kingdom UK British Grand Prix (62) 19502011
European Grand Prix (3) 1983, 1985, 1993
65
United States USA Caesars Palace Grand Prix (2) 19811982
Dallas Grand Prix (1) 1984
Detroit Grand Prix (7) 19821988
Indianapolis 500 (11) 19501960
United States Grand Prix West (8) 19761983
United States Grand Prix (33) 19591980, 19891991, 20002007
62

Future races[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. The European Grand Prix has been held in Germany (12 times), Spain (6 times), and the United Kingdom (3 times).
  2. Strictly speaking, the Indianapolis 500 is not a "Grand Prix", but it was included as a round of the World Championship from 1950-1960.
  3. The Luxembourg Grand Prix was held in Germany.
  4. The Pacific Grand Prix was held in Japan.
  5. The Pescara Grand Prix, also known as Coppa Acerbo, was held in Pescara, in Italy.
  6. The San Marino Grand Prix was held at Imola, in Italy.
  7. The 1981 South African Grand Prix was not part of the World Championship due to the dispute of the FISA-FOCA war.
  8. The championship status of the 1980 Spanish Grand Prix was withdrawn due to the dispute of the FISA-FOCA war.
  9. After Ronnie Peterson's death at 1978 Italian Grand Prix, the 1979 Swedish Grand Prix was cancelled. No F1 Grand Prix has been held in Sweden since.
  10. After 1955 Le Mans disaster, the Swiss government banned auto races in its territory.
  11. The 1982 Swiss Grand Prix was held at Djion, France.