The 1954 Swiss Grand Prix was held on August 22, and was the seventh race of the 1954 Formula One Season. The race was won by Juan Manuel Fangio in a Mercedes, ahead of polesitter José Froilán González in a Ferrari, and Fangio's teammate Hans Herrmann finished third.


Background[edit | edit source]

Entry list[edit | edit source]

The full entry list for the 1954 Swiss Grand Prix is outlined below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre

Practice Overview[edit | edit source]

Qualifying[edit | edit source]

Q1[edit | edit source]

Q2[edit | edit source]

Q3[edit | edit source]

Qualifying Results[edit | edit source]

Grid[edit | edit source]

Race[edit | edit source]

Results[edit | edit source]

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/retired Grid Points
1 4 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio Germany Mercedes 66 3:00:34.5 2 9
2 20 Argentina José Froilán González Italy Ferrari 66 + 57.8 1 6
3 6 Germany Hans Herrmann Germany Mercedes 65 + 1 Lap 7 4
4 30 Argentina Roberto Mieres Italy Maserati 64 + 2 Laps 12 3
5 28 Italy Sergio Mantovani Italy Maserati 64 + 2 Laps 9 2
6 18 United Kingdom Ken Wharton Italy Maserati 64 + 2 Laps 8
7 24 Italy Umberto Maglioli Italy Ferrari 61 + 5 Laps 11
8 2 Belgium Jacques Swaters Italy Ferrari 58 + 8 Laps 16
Ret 8 Germany Karl Kling Germany Mercedes 38 Fuel system 5
Ret 26 France Maurice Trintignant Italy Ferrari 33 Oil pump 4
Ret 22 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn Italy Ferrari 30 Fuel pump 6
Ret 34 United States Harry Schell Italy Maserati 23 Oil pump 13
Ret 32 United Kingdom Stirling Moss Italy Maserati 21 Oil pump 3
Ret 14 United States Fred Wacker France Gordini 10 Transmission 15
Ret 10 France Jean Behra France Gordini 8 Clutch 14
Ret 12 Argentina Clemar Bucci France Gordini 0 Oil pump 10
DNS 24 France Robert Manzon Italy Ferrari Accident
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Milestones[edit | edit source]

Standings after race[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

V T E Switzerland Swiss Grand Prix
Circuits Bremgarten (1934 - 1939, 1947 - 1954), Dijon-Prenois (1975, 1982)
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Pre-war championship Races 1935 • 1936 • 1937 • 1938 • 1939
Non-Championship Races 1934 • 1947 • 1948 • 1949 • 1975
V T E 1954 Formula One Season
Constructors Connaught • Cooper • Ferrari • Gordini • HWM • Klenk • Lancia • Maserati • Mercedes-Benz • Vanwall
Engines Alta • BMW • Bristol • Ferrari • Gordini • Lancia • Lea-Francis • Maserati • Mercedes • Vanwall
Drivers Ascari • Bayol • Beauman • Behra • Berger • Bertocchi • Bira • Brandon • Brown • Bucci • Collins • Daponte • Fangio • Farina • Flockhart • Frère • Gerard • Godia-Sales • J. F. González • Gould • de Graffenried • Hawthorn • Helfrich • Herrmann • Kling • Lang • Loyer • Macklin • Maglioli • Mantovani • Marr • Manzon • Marimón • Menditeguy • Mieres • S. Moss • Musso • Nuckey • Parnell • Pilette • Pollet • Riseley-Prichard • de Riu • Rosier • Salvadori • Schell • Swaters • Taruffi • Thorne • Trintignant • Villoresi • Volonterio • Wacker • Wharton • Whitehead • Whitehouse
Cars Connaught A • Cooper T23 • Cooper T24 • Ferrari 500 • Ferrari 553 • Ferrari 625 • Gordini T16 • HWM 53 • Klenk Meteor  • Lancia D50  • Maserati 250F • Maserati A6GCM • Mercedes-Benz W196 • Vanwall Special
Tyres Avon • Continental • Dunlop • Englebert • Pirelli
Races Argentina • Indianapolis • Belgium • France • Britain • Germany • Switzerland • Italy • Spain
See also 1953 Formula One Season • 1955 Formula One Season • Category
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