The Syracuse Grand Prix was a motor race held at Syracuse Circuit in Sicily, Italy. For most of its existence, it formed part of the Formula One non-Championship calendar, usually being held near the beginning of the season before the World Championship races.[1]

Syracuse Grand Prix
Syracuse Autodrome
Race information
Number of times held16
First held1951
Last held1967
Most wins (drivers)John Surtees (2 wins)
Most wins (constructors)Ferrari (9 wins)
Circuit length5.598 km (3.478 miles)
Comparison of the old and revival layouts of Syracuse Circuit

Results edit

John Surtees' Ferrari 158 ahead Jo Siffert's Brabham BT11 and Jim Clark's Lotus 33 in the 1965 edition.
  Formula 2 events
Year Date Winning driver Winning constructor Report
1951 March 11   Luigi Villoresi Ferrari Report
1952 March 16   Alberto Ascari Ferrari Report
1953 March 22   Toulo de Graffenried Maserati Report
1954 April 11   Giuseppe Farina Ferrari Report
1955 October 23   Tony Brooks Connaught Report
1956 April 15   Juan Manuel Fangio Lancia-Ferrari Report
1957 April 7   Peter Collins Lancia-Ferrari Report
1958 April 13   Luigi Musso Ferrari Report
1959 April 25   Stirling Moss Cooper-Borgward Report
1960 March 19   Wolfgang von Trips Ferrari Report
1961 April 25   Giancarlo Baghetti Ferrari Report
1962 not held
1963 April 25   Jo Siffert Lotus-BRM Report
1964 April 12   John Surtees Ferrari Report
1965 April 4   Jim Clark Lotus-Climax Report
1966 May 1   John Surtees Ferrari Report
1967 May 21   Mike Parkes
  Ludovico Scarfiotti
(Dead heat)
Ferrari Report

References edit

  1. ^ "Circuito G. P. Siracusa" (in Italian). Retrieved 11 September 2019.