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The 1950 Dutch Grand Prix was a non-championship race held at Circuit van Zandvoort on July 23. It was the first Dutch Grand Prix to be run according to Formula 1 rules. The race was won by Talbot-Lago driver Louis Rosier, after teammate Raymond Sommer retired. Sommer had led from the pole, and recorded the fastest lap, before retiring. Second and third places went to Luigi Villoresi and Alberto Ascari, both in Ferraris.


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Qualifying ResultsEdit

Pos No. Driver Constructor Lap Gap
1 12 France Raymond Sommer France Talbot-Lago 1:51.8
2 2 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio Italy Maserati 1:53.0 + 1.2
3 4 Argentina José Froilán González Italy Maserati 1:54.7 + 2.9
4 18 France Louis Rosier France Talbot-Lago 1:55.0 + 3.2
5 6 Italy Luigi Villoresi Italy Ferrari 1:55.0 + 3.2
6 20 France Yves Giraud-Cabantous France Talbot-Lago 1:55.2 + 3.4
7 8 Italy Alberto Ascari Italy Ferrari 1:56.9 + 5.1
8 24 Thailand Prince Bira Italy Maserati 1:57.4 + 5.6
9 16 France Philippe Étançelin France Talbot-Lago 1:57.6 + 5.8
10 26 United Kingdom Reg Parnell Italy Maserati 1:58.3 + 6.5
11 10 United Kingdom Peter Whitehead Italy Ferrari 1:58.4 + 6.6
12 14 Belgium Johnny Claes France Talbot-Lago 1:59.7 + 7.9
13 22 Switzerland Enrico Platé Italy Maserati 2:01.4 + 9.6
14 28 United Kingdom David Murray Italy Maserati 2:08.1 + 16.3

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ResultsEdit

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 18 France Louis Rosier France Talbot-Lago 90 3:03:36.3 4
2 6 Italy Luigi Villoresi Italy Ferrari 90 + 1:13.0 5
3 8 Italy Alberto Ascari Italy Ferrari 90 + 1:13.5 7
4 10 United Kingdom Peter Whitehead Italy Ferrari 88 + 2 Laps 11
5 24 Thailand Prince Bira Italy Maserati 87 + 3 Laps 8
6 28 United Kingdom David Murray Italy Maserati 85 + 5 Laps 14
7 4 Argentina José Froilán González Italy Maserati 84 + 6 Laps 3
Ret 14 Belgium Johnny Claes France Talbot-Lago 77 Accident 12
Ret 16 France Philippe Étançelin France Talbot-Lago 60 Oil pipe 9
Ret 26 United Kingdom Reg Parnell Italy Maserati 42 Rear axle 10
Ret 12 France Raymond Sommer France Talbot-Lago 37 Clutch 1
Ret 2 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio Italy Maserati 24 Suspension 2
Ret 20 France Yves Giraud-Cabantous France Talbot-Lago 20 Engine 6
Ret 22 Switzerland Enrico Platé Italy Maserati 1 Engine 13
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V T E 1950 Formula One Season
Teams Alfa Romeo • Alta • Cooper • ERA • Ferrari • Maserati • Milano • Simca-Gordini • SVA • Talbot-Lago
Engines Alfa Romeo • Alta • ERA • Ferrari • Gordini • Maserati • Jaguar • JAP • Milano • Talbot
Non-works Entrants Scuderia Ambrosiana • T.A.S.O. Mathieson • Peter Walker • Joe Fry • Bob Gerard • Ecurie Belge • Enrico Platé • Joe Kelly • Geoffrey Crossley • Scuderia Achille Varzi • Horshell Racing Corporation • Philippe Étancelin • Ecurie Rosier • Cuth Harrison • Peter Whitehead • Ecurie Bleue • Raymond Sommer • Ecurie Lutetia • Antonio Branca • Charles Pozzi • Clemente Biodetti • Paul Pietsch • Guy Mairesse • Pierre Levegh
Drivers Biondetti • B. Bira • Branca • Chaboud • Chiron • Claes • Crossley • Étancelin • Fagioli • Fangio • Farina • Fry • Gerard • Giraud-Cabantous • González • De Graffenried • Hampshire • Harrison • Johnson • Levegh • Mairesse • Manzon • Martin • Murray • Pagani • Parnell • Pián • Pietsch • Pozzi • Rol • Rolt • Rosier • Sanesi • Schell • Shawe-Taylor • Sommer • Taruffi • Trintignant • Walker •
Cars Alfa Romeo 158 • Alfa Romeo 159 • Alta GP • Cooper T12 • ERA A • ERA B • ERA E • Ferrari 125 • Ferrari 166T • Ferrari 166-F2 • Ferrari 275 • Ferrari 375 • Maserati 4CL • Maserati 4CLT-48 • Maserati 4CLT-50 • Milano 1 • Simca-Gordini T15 • SVA 1500 • Talbot-Lago T26C • Talbot-Lago T26C-DA • Talbot-Lago T26C-GS
Tyres Dunlop • Englebert • Pirelli
Races Britain • Monaco • Indianapolis 500 • Switzerland • Belgium • France • Italy
NC races Pau • Richmond Trophy • San Remo • Paris • British Empire Trophy • Bari • Jersey Road Race • Albi • Netherlands • Nations • Nottingham Trophy • Ulster Trophy • Coppa Acerbo • Sheffield Telegraph Trophy • BRDC International Trophy • Goodwood Trophy • Penya Rhin • Chile
See also 1949 Grand Prix Season • 1951 Formula One Season • Category
V T E Netherlands Dutch Grand Prix
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