Circuit History[edit | edit source]

Circuit Layouts[edit | edit source]

Previous Layouts[edit | edit source]

Current[edit | edit source]

The roads are all still there, and today it is possible to retrace the entire circuit. But no racing has been held on the circuit since a 4-hour sports car race in 1961, and the local Polizia will take a dim view of tourists attempting to take part of the circuit at speed.

Event history[edit | edit source]

The following is a list of Formula One World Championship events held at the Pescara circuit:

Year Event Winning Driver Winning Constructor
1957 1957 Pescara Grand Prix United Kingdom Stirling Moss United Kingdom Vanwall

Notes[edit | edit source]


V T E Circuits
AdelaideAidaAin-DiabAintreeAlbert ParkAlgarveAnderstorpAustinAVUSBakuBarcelonaBoavistaBrands HatchBremgartenBuddhBuenos AiresCaesars PalaceClermont-FerrandDallasDetroitDijonDoningtonEast LondonEstorilFujiHanoiHockenheimHungaroringImolaIndianapolisInterlagosIstanbulJacarepaguáJaramaJerezKyalamiLe MansLong BeachMagny-CoursMarina BayMexico CityMonsantoMonte CarloMontjuïcMont-TremblantMontrealMonzaMosportMugelloNivelles-BaulersNürburgringPaul RicardPedralbesPescaraPhoenixRed Bull RingReimsRiversideRouenSakhirSebringSepangShanghaiSilverstoneSochiSpa-FrancorchampsSuzukaValenciaWatkins GlenYas MarinaYeongamZandvoortZeltwegZolder
Other Circuits
BrooklandsFioranoGoodwoodLinas-MontlhéryOntarioOulton ParkPauSnettertonSolitudeSyracuseVallelungaWestmead
Bold indicates a circuit on the 2020 calendar; italics indicates a circuit scheduled on the 2021 calendar.
The Red Bull Ring was previously known as the "A1-Ring" and before that the "Österreichring".
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