Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry

YEARS OF OPERATION KEY:
/ c = circa (about) / cn = cancelled / E = early / L = late / M = mid / r = ran / s = scheduled to run / z = ran karts, motorcycles, or other motorsport /
Linasnr. ParisÎle-de-FranceFRA
26 km. SW of Paris
opened 10/4/1924


Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry 66000 a
aka: Circuit de Linas-Montlhéry
3.4 km.  paved road circuitr10/5/1958-67, 69-73, 80, 84, 93-95, s99 defunct
FJr (1958 [Antonio Barros]-63), F2 (1960), FIA GT [Paris 1000 km.] (1994-95)
http://montlhery.com/autodrom.htm

Circuit de Linas-Montlhéry 66000 d

7.78 km.  paved road circuitr1956, 60-64, 66-71 defunct
Paris 1000 km. race (1956, 60-63, 64 [WSC], 66-71), F2 (1964, 66)


Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry 66000 e

6.3 km.  paved road circuitr10/26/1947-50, 52-10/6/68 defunct
Voiturette (1947 [Eugene Martin]-49), F2 (1952-53, 57-59), F3 (1950, 52-55), FJr (1959)


Autodrome de Montlhéry 66000 c

12.5 km.  paved road circuitr7/26/1925-27, 31, 33-37, 50 defunct
GP (1925 [Robert Benoist / Albert Divo], 27, 34-37), FLibre (1926-27, 31, 33), F1 (1950)


Autodrome de Montlhéry 66000 b
aka: Autodrome Parisien
2.5 km.  concrete ovalr10/12/1924-27, 5/7/39 defunct
part of road course; 33 degree banked turns; FLibre (1924 [Ernest Eldridge]-25, 27, 39 [Jean-Pierre Wimille]), 6000cc (1924)


Autodrome de Montlhéry 66000 f

5 km.  paved road circuitr9/25/1926-28, 34-6/2/35 defunct
FLibre (1934), GP (1935 [Raymond Sommer]), Cyclecar (1926 [Guy d'Havrincourt]-28)


TRACK CHAMPIONS

RACES

Autodrome de Montlhéry
1924-10-00 track 'b' 6000cc
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1924-10-12 track 'b' cyclecars French Moto Club GP
1-Pierre Goutte, 2-Georges Casse, 3-Lionel de Marmier, 4-Arthur Waite, 5-Franville, 6-Jean Klein
80 laps; 10 starters/7 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1924-10-19 track 'b' Formula Libre Ouverture GP
1-Parry Thomas, 2-Pierre de Vizcaya, 3-Douglas Hawkes, 4-Vladimir de Racowski
10 laps; 4 starters/3 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1924-10-19 track 'b' voiturettes Ouverture GP
1-Jack Scales, 2-Henry Segrave, 3-Edmond Bourlier, 4-Leon Cushman, 5-Louis Lefevre, 6-Pierre Michel
120 laps; 12 starters/9 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-00-00 track 'b' Formula Libre
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-05-17 track 'b' voiturettes Ouverture GP
1-George Duller, 2-Caberto Conelli, 3-Henry Segrave, 4-Ernest Eldridge, 5-Henry de Joncy, 6-Augusto Bucciali
200 laps; 16 starters/6 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-06-07 track 'b' cyclecars Prix Icare
1-Lionel de Marmier, 2-Georges Casse, 3-Maurice Benoist, 4-Charles Libovitch, 5-Emile Collet, 6-Jean Klein
80 laps; 8 starters/6 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-07-19 track 'c' 1500cc touring cars French Auto Club Touring Car GP
1-Meo Costantini, 2-Pierre de Vizcaya, 3-Giulio Foresti, 4-Jules Goux, 5-Le Du
76 laps; 13 starters/5 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-07-19 track 'c' 3000cc touring cars French Auto Club Touring Car GP
1-Lacharney, 2-Colas, 3-Delalande
80 laps; 3 starters/3 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-07-19 track 'c' 5000cc touring cars French Auto Club Touring Car GP
1-André Boillot, 2-Gaudermann, 3-Louis Rigal
84 laps; 6 starters/3 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-07-26 track 'c' GP French Auto Club GP
1-Robert Benoist / Albert Divo, 2-Louis Wagner / Paul Torchy, 3-Giulio Masetti, 4-Meo Costantini, 5-Jules Goux, 6-Ferdinand de Vizcaya
80 laps; 14 starters/8 finishers; fatal: Antonio Ascari
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-08-16 track 'b' voiturettes
1-Paul Guerin, 2-Lionel de Marmier, 3-Louis Revaux, 4-Emile Collet
10 laps
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1925-10-04 track 'c' cyclecars French Moto Club GP
1-Michel Doré, 2-Lionel de Marmier, 3-Pierre Goutte, 4-Albert Perrot, 5-Georges Casse, 6-Tallet
12 laps; 14 starters/9 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1926-09-26 track 'f' cyclecars French Moto Club GP
1-Guy d'Havrincourt, 2-Albert Perrot, 3-Vincent Tersen
28 laps; 8 starters/3 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1926-10-17 track 'c' Formula Libre Salon GP
1-Albert Divo, 2-Henry Segrave, 3-Jules Moriceau, 4-Albert Guyot, 5-Franz Lefevre, 6-Jean Graf
16 laps; 9 starters/6 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-03-13 track 'f' cyclecars Ouverture Cyclecar GP
1-Lionel de Marmier, 2-Pierre Goutte, 3-Albert Perrot, 4-Stuart Sandford, 5-Marcel Dhome, 6-Yves Giraud-Cabantous
10 laps; 17 starters/14 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-03-13 track 'f' cyclecars Ouverture Cyclecar GP
1-Pierre Goutte, 2-Lionel de Marmier, 3-Albert Perrot, 4-Stuart Sandford, 5-Raymond Siran, 6-Berthault
5 laps; 16 starters/13 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-03-13 track 'b' cyclecars Ouverture Cyclecar GP
1-Lionel de Marmier, 2-Pierre Goutte, 3-Albert Perrot, 4-Roger Japy, 5-Vincent Tersen, 6-Stuart Sandford
5 laps; 14 starters/12 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-03-13 track 'c' Formula Libre Ouverture GP
1-Robert Benoist, 2-François Lescot, 3-George Eyston, 4-Esclasson, 5-Franz Lefevre, 6-John van Holzen
20 laps; 9 starters/7 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-04-03 track 'b' cyclecars French Tourist Trophy
1-André Morel, 2-Charles Martin, 3-Georges Casse, 4-Albert Perrot, 5-Pierre Goutte, 6-Stuart Sandford
5 laps; 18 starters/10 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-04-03 track 'b' cyclecars French Tourist Trophy
1-Pierre Goutte, 2-André Morel, 3-Georges Casse, 4-Charles Martin, 5-Albert Perrot, 6-Stuart Sandford
5 laps; 15 starters/14 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-04-03 track 'b' cyclecars French Tourist Trophy
1-André Morel, 2-Pierre Goutte, 3-Albert Perrot, 4-Stuart Sandford, 5-Yves Giraud-Cabantous, 6-Vincent Tersen
5 laps; 14 starters/12 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-04-10 track 'b' cyclecars French Tourist Trophy
1-André Morel, 2-Charles Martin, 3-Albert Perrot, 4-Stuart Sandford, 5-Menet, 6-Gueret
5 laps; 18 starters/14 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-04-10 track 'b' cyclecars French Tourist Trophy
1-André Morel, 2-Charles Martin, 3-Albert Perrot, 4-Gueret, 5-Stuart Sandford, 6-Yves Giraud-Cabantous
5 laps; 13 starters/13 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-04-10 track 'b' cyclecars French Tourist Trophy
1-Charles Martin 2-Albert Perrot, 3-André Morel, 4-Stuart Sandford, 5-Yves Giraud-Cabantous, 6-Berthault
5 laps; 12 starters/10 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-04-17 track 'c' voiturettes Voiturette GP
1-Arthur Duray, 2-Guy d'Havrincourt, 3-Albert Perrot, 4-Vincent Tersen, 5-Stuart Sandford, 6-Raymond Siran
20 laps; 13 starters/7 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-07-02 track 'c' Formula Libre French Auto Club Formula Libre Race
1-Albert Divo, 2-Louis Chiron, 3-George Eyston, 4-Derancourt
10 laps; 7 starters/4 finishers; fatal: Gerard de Courcelles
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-07-02 track 'c' Formula Libre Coupe de la Commission Sportive
1-André Boillot, 2-Michel Doré, 3-Pierre Goutte, 4-Caberto Conelli, 5- Georges Casse, 6-Jules Goux
32 1aps; 15 starters/11 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-07-03 track 'c' GP French Auto Club GP
1-Robert Benoist, 2-Edmond Bourlier, 3-André Morel, 4-W Williams/Jules Moriceau, 5-Louis Wagner, 6-George Eyston
48 laps; 7 starters/6 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-08-14 track 'f' voiturettes 24 Hrs of Paris Voiturette Race
1-Charles Martin, 2-André Morel, 3-Pierre Goutte, 4-Georges Casse, 5-Guy d'Havrincourt, 6-Albert Perrot
5 laps; 14 starters/11 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-08-14 track 'f' voiturettes 24 Hrs of Paris Voiturette Race
1-Charles Martin, 2-Georges Casse, 3-André Morel, 4-Pierre Goutte, 5-Guy d'Havrincourt, 6-Albert Perrot
5 laps; 13 starters/12 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-08-14 track 'f' voiturettes 24 Hrs of Paris Voiturette Race
1-André Morel, 2-Charles Martin, 3-George Casse, 4-Guy d'Havrincourt, 5-Albert Perrot, 6-Raymond Siran
5 laps; 12 starters/12 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-08-19 track 'c' Paris GP
1-Frank Clement/George Duller, 2-Michel Doré/Pousse, 3-Christian/Royer, 4-Gros/Barthelemy, 5-Mesnel/Dhome, 6-Guibert/Clement
161 laps (24 hrs); 18 starters
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-10-02 track 'f' cyclecars French Moto Club GP
1-Guy d'Havrincourt, 2-Lionel Lipman, 3-Stuart Sandford, 4-Gueret, 5-Maurice Raymond, 6-Liegeois
20 laps; 15 starters/7 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-10-16 track 'b' cyclecars Salon Cyclecar GP
1-Albert Perrot, 2-Guy d'Havrincourt, 3-Etienne Lepicard, 4-Lionel Lipman, 5-Vincent Tersen, 6-Maurice Raymond
20 laps; 15 starters/10 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1927-10-16 track 'b' Formula Libre Salon GP
1-Michel Doré, 2-Guy d'Havincourt, 3-Raymond Apparuyt, 4-d'Ahetze, 5-André Lefevre
20 laps; 5 starters/5 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1928-10-07 track 'f' 750cc cyclecars French Moto Club GP
1-Darmont, 2-Henri, 3-Raoul de Rovin
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1928-10-07 track 'f' >750cc cyclecars French Moto Club GP
1-Georges Casse, 2-Lucy Schell
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1931-06-21 track 'c' French Auto Club GP
1-Achille Varzi / Louis Chiron, 2-Giuseppe Campari / Baconin Borzacchini, 3-Clemente Biondetti / Luigi Parenti, 4-Tim Birkin / George Eyston, 5-Robert Senechal, 6-Ferdinando Minoia / Goffredo Zehender
101 laps (10 hours)
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1933-06-11 track 'c' French Auto Club GP
1-Giuseppe Campari, 2-Philippe Etancelin, 3-George Eyston, 4-Raymond Sommer, 5-Guy Moll, 6-Julio Villars
40 laps
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1933-10-04 track 'c'
1-Jean-Pierre Wimille
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1934-07-01 track 'c' French Auto Club GP
1-Louis Chiron, 2-Achille Varzi, 3-Carlo Felice Trossi / Guy Moll, 4-Robert Benoist
40 laps; only 4 finishers
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1935-06-23 track 'c' French Auto Club GP
1-Rudolf Caracciola, 2-Manfred von Brauchitsch, 3-Goffredo Zehender, 4-Luigi Fagioli, 5-Achille Varzi / Bernd Rosemeyer, 6-Raymond Sommer
40 laps
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1936-06-28 track 'c' sports cars French Auto Club GP
1-Jean-Pierre Wimille / Raymond Sommer, 2-Michel Paris / Marcel Mongin, 3-Robert Brunet / Goffredo Zehender, 4-Laury Schell / René Carriere, 5-Albert Perrot / Dhome, 6-Pierre Veyron / W Williams
80 laps
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1937-07-04 track 'c' sports cars French Auto Club GP
1-Louis Chiron, 2-Gianfranco Comotti, 3-Albert Divo, 4-René Carriere, 5-Raymond Sommer, 6-Eugene Chaboud / Jean Tremoulet
40 laps
Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry
1947-10-26 track 'e' voiturettes Coupe de l'AGACI
1-Eugène Martin, 2-Harry Schell, 3-Prince Igor Troubetskoy, 4-Jean Ondet, 5-René Jeff, 6-André la Jantel
10 laps; 14 starters/9 finishers
Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry
1948-05-30 track 'e' voiturettes Coupe d'Argent
1-Maurice Trintignant, 2-Orley (Alexander Todd), 3-Prince Igor Troubetskoy, 4-Eymart (Ernesto Tornqvist), 5-Robert, 6-Paul Escribe
22 laps; 10 finishers
Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry
1949-04-24 track 'e' voiturettes+2000cc sports cars Coupe d'Argent
24 laps
Autodrome de Montlhéry
1950-04-30 track 'c' Formula One Paris GP
1-Georges Grignard