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1950 BRDC International Trophy

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Date  26 August 1950
Course length  4.649 km (2.888 mi)
1950 BRDC International Trophy
Official name  II Daily Express BRDC International Trophy
Location  Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire
Course  Permanent racing facility
Distance  35 laps, 162.716 km (101.106,8 mi)

The 2nd BRDC International Trophy meeting – formally the Daily Express BRDC International Trophy – was held on 26 August 1950 at the Silverstone Circuit, England. The race was run to Formula One regulations, and was held over two heats of 15 laps each, followed by a final race of 35 laps. Italian driver Nino Farina emerged the winner, in an Alfa Romeo 158, repeating his victory from the 1950 British Grand Prix, held at the same circuit in May. He beat his Argentine team-mate Juan Manuel Fangio, and British driver Peter Whitehead in a Ferrari. Other notable entrants were the two BRM V16 cars entered for Raymond Sommer, Peter Walker, Raymond Mays and Reg Parnell. Unfortunately, their legendary lack of reliability resulted in neither car completing a lap in anger.

Contents

Final – 35 Laps

  • Fastest lap: Nino Farina and Juan Manuel Fangio – 1:52
  • Heats – 15 Laps

    (Note: Drivers indicated in bold qualified for the final)

    References

    1950 BRDC International Trophy Wikipedia


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