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The French Grand Prix
Illustration de la page 1906 Genesis

1906 Genesis

Once upon a time
In 1906 the Grand Prix Automobile de France was organised by the Automobile Club de France.
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Illustration de la page 1950s


It is the Reims-Gueux circuit that mainly hosts the Formula 1 Grand Prix de France in the 1950s.
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Illustration de la page 1960s


Across France
In the 1960s, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de France took place on 4 different circuits.
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Illustration de la page 1970s


A place of choice in F1
The Paul Ricard layout, in alternation with the Charade and Dijon-Prenois circuits, soon carved out a special place for itself in the world of Formula 1.
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Illustration de la page 1980s


The momentum of the french drivers
By now the Paul Ricard circuit had become the principal venue for the French Grand Prix, and it was also the theatre of the growing momentum of French drivers including Alain Prost.
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1990s and 2000s

The end of an era
While the French Grand Prix was moved to Magny-Cours, the 90s marked the end of an era for the Paul Ricard circuit.
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A sea of change
After ten years of absence and under the impetus of Christian Estrosi, France is back on the international motor sport scene.
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