| 7 August 1926|
| Surrey, England|
4.21 km (2.61 mi)
| I Royal Automobile Club Grand Prix|
110 laps, 463.10 km (287.76 mi)
1926 British Grand Prix Wikipedia
The I Royal Automobile Club Grand Prix, commonly referred to as the 1926 British Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held at the Brooklands circuit on 7 August 1926.
It was the fourth race of the 1926 AIACR World Manufacturers' Championship season, and the inaugural edition of the British Grand Prix.
The full banking wasn't used for the Grand Prix. Instead cars continued straight on at The Fork and drove down the Finishing Straight, on which two chicanes were constructed.