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Swiss Grand Prix
The Swiss Grand Prix was a Formula One race.
Grand Prix motor racing came to Switzerland in 1934 to the Bremgarten circuit located just outside the city of Bremgarten, Bern. The Bremgarten track would remain the home of the Swiss Grand Prix until 1954, after which motor racing was banned by the Swiss government as an unsafe spectator sport following the death of 80 people at the 1955 24 hours of Le Mans.
Winners of the Swiss Grand Prix
Events which were not part of the Formula One World Championship are indicated by a pink background.
|1982||Keke Rosberg (Finland)||Williams-Ford||Dijon||Report|
|1954||Juan Manuel Fangio (Argentina)||Mercedes||Bremgarten||Report|
|1953||Alberto Ascari (Italy)||Ferrari||Bremgarten||Report|
|1952||Piero Taruffi (Italy)||Ferrari||Bremgarten||Report|
|1951||Juan Manuel Fangio (Argentina)||Alfa Romeo||Bremgarten||Report|
|1950||Nino Farina (Italy)||Alfa Romeo||Bremgarten||Report|
|1949||Alberto Ascari (Italy)||Ferrari||Bremgarten||Report|
|1948||Carlo Felice Trossi (Italy)||Alfa Romeo||Bremgarten||Report|
|1947||Jean-Pierre Wimille (France)||Alfa Romeo||Bremgarten||Report|
|1939||Hermann Lang (Germany)||Mercedes||Bremgarten||Report|
|1938||Rudolf Caracciola (Germany)||Mercedes||Bremgarten||Report|
|1937||Rudolf Caracciola (Germany)||Mercedes||Bremgarten||Report|
|1936||Bernd Rosemeyer (Germany)||Auto Union||Bremgarten||Report|
|1935||Rudolf Caracciola (Germany)||Mercedes||Bremgarten||Report|
|1934||Hans Stuck (Switzerland)||Auto Union||Bremgarten||Report|
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