Czechoslovakian Grand Prix
The Grand Prix of Czechoslovakia (also Masaryk Grand Prix , Czech Velká cena Československa or Velká cena Masarykova ) was a motorsport event for Monoposti that was held in Brno on the Masaryk Ring between 1930 and 1949 .
On September 28, 1930, the first race took place on the natural course, which at that time still had a lap length of around 30 kilometers. The street course led on public country roads and also through towns . It won Heinrich Joachim von morning and Hermann zu Leiningen on Bugatti . In the following three years the Monegasse Louis Chiron won the race for Bugatti. In 1934, Hans Stuck won with an Auto Union vehicle . At the sixth edition on September 29, 1935, motorsport legend Tazio Nuvolari ( Alfa Romeo ) was about to take his first victory when his tire burst at the crucial moment and he was only second behind Bernd Rosemeyer (Auto Union).
After none was held in 1936, the last race on the long circuit took place in 1937. It won Rudolf Caracciola in the Mercedes-Benz after the Second World War only a Czechoslovakian Grand Prix was held. On the route shortened to 17.8 km and driven in the opposite direction, Peter Whitehead won in 1949 with a Mercedes-Benz.
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|Entries with a light red background were not runs for the automobile or Formula 1 world championship.|
|Entries with a yellow background were runs for the European Championship .|