|Date 27 April 1947|
Course Street circuit
|Location Perpignan, France|
Course length 2.538 km (1.577 mi)
|Official name II Grand Prix du Roussillon|
Distance 58 laps, 147.204 km (91.468 mi)
The 1947 Roussillon Grand Prix (formally the II Grand Prix du Roussillon) was a Grand Prix motor race held at Circuit des Platanes de Perpignan on 8 May 1947.
In the first few laps, Georges Grignard, Philippe Étancelin, Jean Achard and Roger Loyer were involved in a four car accident with no injured but the abandon of Achard on his Delage D6 at lap 7. At lap 21, Jean-Pierre Wimille, second behind Sommer have engine trouble and retire. After a pole position and with the fasted lap, Raymond Sommer was still leading the race, but 14 laps from the end he should retire. Eugène Chaboud won the race on Talbot-Lago T26, ex-Chiron 4.5l monoposto Darracq. Henri Louveau finish second just ahead of Yves Giraud-Cabantous.