Paris-Bordeaux

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 /
Paris
Île-de-FranceFRA


Paris-Madrid 66127 d

550.4 km. street circuitr5/24/1903 defunct
rally


Paris-Bordeaux 66127 c

527.2 km. street circuitr5/29/1901 defunct
interval start


Paris-Bordeaux 66127 b

565 km.  dirt street circuitr5/11/1898-5/24/1899 defunct
573.7 km. (1898)


Paris-Bordeaux-Paris 66127 a

1178 km.  dirt street circuitr6/11-6/13/1895 defunct


TRACK DRIVER STANDINGS

RACES

Paris-Bordeaux-Paris
1 1895-06-11 track 'a'
1-Émile Levassor, 2-Louis Rigoulot, 3-A Koechlin, 4-Doriot, 5-Thum, 6-Émile Mayade, 7-Boulanger, 8-E. Roger, 9-Amédée Bollée
6/11-6/13; 1178 km.; 22 starters/9 finishers; mass start; Only 4-seater cars were eligible, Levassor & Rigoulot drove 2-seater cars, thus Koechlin was true winner.
Paris-Bordeaux
2 1898-05-11 track 'b' heavy cars Criterium des Entraneurs
1-René de Knyff, 2-Fernand Charron, 3-Breuil, 4-Jean Corre, 5-Georges Richard, 6-Balacéano
5/11-5/12; 573.7 km.; rally (2 stages); 8 finishers
Paris-Bordeaux
3 1899-05-24 track 'b'
1-Fernand Charron, 2-René de Knyff, 3-Léonce Girardot, 4-Archambault, 5-Gilles Hourgières, 6-Antony
565 km.; top 6 cars listed
Paris-Bordeaux
4 1901-05-29 track 'c' heavy cars
1-Henri Fournier, 2-Maurice Farman, 3-Carl Voight, 4-Pinson, 5-Axt, 6-Étienne Giraud
527.1 km.; 47 starters/26 finishers, including Gordon Bennett cars
Paris-Bordeaux
5 1901-05-29 track 'c' heavy cars Gordon Bennett Trophy
1-Léonce Girardot
527.1 km.; 4 starters/1 finisher; ran concurrently to Paris-Bordeaux race
Paris-Madrid
6 1903-05-24 track 'd' heavy cars
1-Fernand Gabriel, 2-Louis Renault, 3-Jacques Salleron, 4-Charles Jarrott, 5-Pierre de Crawhez, 6-John Warden
550 km. of 1014 km. scheduled; 175 starters/99 finishers; rally; stopped at Bordeaux, after first of 3 scheduled days, following 8 fatalities