Grand Prix

Grand Prix (, meaning "Grand Prize"; plural Grands Prix) may refer to:

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Nello Pagani
... Pagani (11 October 1911 – 19 October 2003) was an Italian Grand Prix motorcycle road racer and Formula One driver ... Pagani's car racing exploits resulted in wins at the Pau Grand Prix in 1947 and 1948, before his single Formula One World Championship Grand Prix, on 4 June 1950 ... He also finished fourth in the Modena Grand Prix that year ...
Elio De Angelis - Career
... He finished 7th in his maiden Grand Prix in Argentina and closed 15th in the championship with 3 points ... Lotus and - at the age of 21 - nearly became the youngest Grand Prix winner of all time when he finished a tantalising second at the 1980 Brazilian Grand Prix ... His first victory came in the 1982 Austrian Grand Prix at the Osterreichring, only 0.05 seconds ahead of Keke Rosberg ...
Champ Car - Comparison With Formula One - Direct Comparison
... circuit in downtown Detroit, Michigan that had served as the United States Grand Prix just one year prior ... that had hosted the Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix since 1978, there were inevitable comparisons between the world's two major open-wheel categories ... Castroneves in a Penske Champ Car in qualifying for the 2000 CART Honda Grand Prix of Monterey ...
Grand Prix - Other Uses
... Pontiac Grand Prix, an automobile formerly manufactured by General Motors Grand Prix (drinks), a line of soft drinks sold in Canada by Dominion Stores ...
Straight-eight Engine - Performance and Racing Cars
... The following year one of their cars won the French Grand Prix, while two others placed fourth and sixth in the race ... No Grand Prix engine before the war had peaked at more than 3,000 rpm ... and its derivatives were produced, an all-time record for Grand Prix motor racing ...

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