1979 European Formula Two Season - Calendar


Race No Track Country Date Laps Distance Time Speed Winner Pole Position Fastest Lap
1 Silverstone United Kingdom March 25, 1979 40 4.719=188.76 km 1'01:42.52 183.533 km/h Eddie Cheever Eddie Cheever Derek Daly
2 Hockenheim West Germany April 8, 1979 20+20 6.789=271.56 km 1'20:27.1 202.527 km/h Keke Rosberg Marc Surer Stephen South
3 Thruxton United Kingdom April 16, 1979 55 3.792=208.560 km 1'04:10.31 195.001 km/h Rad Dougall Rad Dougall Marc Surer
4 N├╝rburgring West Germany April 29, 1979 9 22.835=205,515 km 1'12:46.7 169.431 km/h Marc Surer Keke Rosberg Manfred Winkelhock
5 Vallelunga Italy May 13, 1979 65 3.2=208.0 km 1'16:34.9 162.963 km/h Marc Surer Stephen South Brian Henton
6 Mugello Italy May 20, 1979 42 5.245=220.290 km 1'15:46.8 174.418 km/h Brian Henton Brian Henton Beppe Gabbiani
7 Pau France June 3, 1979 73 2.76=201.48 km 1'54:30.00 105.579 km/h Eddie Cheever Marc Surer Eddie Cheever
8 Hockenheim West Germany June 10, 1979 20+20 6.789=271.56 km 1'20:56.57 201.298 km/h Stephen South Stephen South Alberto Colombo
9 Zandvoort Netherlands July 15, 1979 50 4.226=211.30 km 1'09:37.86 182.074 km/h Eddie Cheever Brian Henton Eddie Cheever
10 Pergusa-Enna Italy July 29, 1979 45 4.95=222.75 km 1'11:02.9 188.111 km/h Eje Elgh Brian Henton Stephen South
11 Misano Italy August 5, 1979 60 3.488=209.28 km 1'14:29.0 168.585 km/h Brian Henton Brian Henton Brian Henton
12 Donington Park United Kingdom August 19, 1979 65 3.150=204.75 km 1'11:53.20 170.864 km/h Derek Daly Derek Daly Derek Daly


Race 2 and 8 were held in two heats, with results shown in aggregate.

Race 1 originally scheduled over 47 laps, but stopped after 2 laps and restarted due to an accident involving Siegfried Stohr.

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