The 1976 European Formula Two season was contested over 12 rounds. Équipe Elf Switzerland driver Jean-Pierre Jabouille clinched the championship title.
|Race No||Circuit||Date||Laps||Distance||Time||Speed||Pole Position||Fastest Lap||Winner|
|1||Hockenheim||10-11 April||20+20||6.789=271.56 km||1'21:45.6
|Hans-Joachim Stuck||Hans-Joachim Stuck|| Hans-Joachim Stuck|
|2||Thruxton||19 April||55||3.792=208.56 km||1'06:51.54||187.164 km/h||Maurizio Flammini||Maurizio Flammini||Maurizio Flammini|
|3||Vallelunga||9 May||65||3.2=208.0 km||1'18:03.1||159.894 km/h||Jean-Pierre Jabouille||René Arnoux||Jean-Pierre Jabouille|
|4||Salzburgring||23 May||50||4.238=211.9 km||1'04:28.82||197.176 km/h||Maurizio Flammini||René Arnoux||Michel Leclère|
|5||Pau||7 June||73||2.76=201.48 km||1'32:11.58||131.125 km/h||Patrick Tambay||Jacques Laffite||René Arnoux|
|6||Hockenheim||20 June||20+20||6.789=271.56 km||1'21:27.6
|Hans-Joachim Stuck||Michel Leclère|| Hans-Joachim Stuck|
|7||Rouen||27 June||38||5.543=210.634 km||1'09:59.77||180.553 km/h||Alex Ribeiro||René Arnoux||Maurizio Flammini|
|8||Mugello||11 July||43||5.245=225.535 km||1'19:28.8||170.258 km/h||Jean-Pierre Jabouille||René Arnoux||Jean-Pierre Jabouille|
|9||Pergusa-Enna||25 July||30+30||4.95=297.0 km||1'36:12.9||185.210 km/h||Patrick Tambay||Alex Ribeiro||René Arnoux|
|10||Estoril||8 August||50||4.35=217.50 km||1'20:19.77||162.456 km/h||René Arnoux||René Arnoux||René Arnoux|
|11||Nogaro||19 September||65||3.12=202.80 km||1'20:12.91||151.692 km/h||Jean-Pierre Jabouille||Patrick Tambay||Patrick Tambay|
|12||Hockenheim||25-26 September||20+20||6.789=271.56 km||1'22:32.9||197.383 km/h||Jean-Pierre Jabouille||René Arnoux||Jean-Pierre Jabouille|
Race 1, 6, 9 and 12 were held in two heats, with results shown in aggregate.
Race 1 and 6 was won by a graded driver, all graded drivers are shown in Italics
Final point standingsEdit
For every race points were awarded: 9 points to the winner, 6 for runner-up, 4 for third place, 3 for fourth place, 2 for fifth place and 1 for sixth place. No additional points were awarded. The best 9 results count. No driver had a point deduction.
Only drivers which were not graded were able to score points.
- ^ "1976 European F2 Championship". motorsportmagazine.com. Motor Sport Magazine. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
- ^ Sport Auto n°172 page74