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The 1955 Swiss Grand Prix was an event of the 1955 World Championship which was scheduled to be held at Circuit Bremgarten on August 21 1955. The event was cancelled in the wake of the 1955 Le Mans disaster, in which more than 80 spectators, and driver Pierre Levegh, were killed. To this day auto racing is outlawed within Switzerland, except for 100% electrically powered cars which have been allowed since 2017.


V T E Switzerland Swiss Grand Prix
Circuits Bremgarten (1934 - 1939, 1947 - 1954), Dijon-Prenois (1975, 1982)
Races 1950 • 1951 • 1952 • 1953 • 1954 • 1955 • 1982
Pre-war championship Races 1935 • 1936 • 1937 • 1938 • 1939
Non-Championship Races 1934 • 1947 • 1948 • 1949 • 1975
V T E 1955 Formula One Season
Constructors Arzani-Volpini • Connaught • Cooper • Ferrari • Gordini • HWM • Lancia • Maserati • Mercedes • Vanwall
Engines Alta • Bristol • Ferrari • Gordini • Lancia • Maserati • Mercedes • Vanwall
Drivers Ascari • Bayol • Behra • Birger • Brabham • Bucci • Castellotti • Chiron • Claes • Collins • Fairman • Fangio • Farina • Fitch • Frère • J. F. González • Gould • Hawthorn • Herrmann • Iglesias • Kling • Macklin • Maglioli • Mantovani • Manzon • Marr • McAlpine • Menditeguy • Mieres • S. Moss • Musso • Perdisa • Piotti • Pollet • Rolt • Salvadori • Schell • Silva Ramos • Simon • Sparken • Taruffi • Trintignant • Uria • Villoresi • Walker • Wharton • Whiteaway
Cars Arzani-Volpini F1 • Connaught B • Cooper T40 • Ferrari 555 • Ferrari 625 • Gordini T16 • HWM 53 • Lancia D50  • Maserati 250F • Maserati A6GCM • Mercedes W196 • Vanwall VW55
Tyres Continental • Dunlop • Englebert • Pirelli
Races Argentina • Monaco • Indianapolis • Belgium • Netherlands • Britain • Italy
See also 1954 Formula One Season • 1956 Formula One Season • Category
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