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All Formula One Grand Prix Ever

Name all the Formula One Grand Prix races ever held, through and including the 2018 season.
# = Number of races held through the end of the 2018 season
example: If Peru hosted a Grand Prix, it might be called the Peruvian Grand Prix
Last updated: November 09, 2017
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Last
Grand Prix
69
2018
British
69
2018
Italian
65
2018
Monaco
63
2018
Belgian
63
2018
German
59
2018
French
49
2018
Canadian
48
2018
Spanish
46
2018
Brazilian
40
2018
United States
34
2018
Japanese
33
2018
Australian
33
2018
Hungarian
32
2018
Austrian
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Last
Grand Prix
30
1985
Dutch
26
2006
San Marino
23
1993
South African
23
2016
European
20
1998
Argentine
16
1996
Portuguese
19
2018
Mexican
19
2017
Malaysian
15
2018
Chinese
14
2018
Bahrain
11
1960
Indianapolis
11
2018
Singapore
10
2018
Abu Dhabi
8
1983
United States (West)
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Last
Grand Prix
7
1988
Detroit
7
2011
Turkish
6
1978
Swedish
6
1982
Swiss
5
2018
Russian
4
2013
Korean
3
2013
Indian
2
2018
Azerbaijan
2
1982
Caesars Palace
2
1998
Luxembourg
2
1995
Pacific
1
1984
Dallas
1
1958
Moroccan
1
1957
Pescara
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level 46
Jul 6, 2014
Ash, just didn't know how to type Argentina and Morocco.
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level 59
Jul 6, 2014
Unbelievable, I got the obscure GP's such as Morocco and Dallas but forgot about San Marino and Monaco (!) .
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level 69
Jul 6, 2014
Found it very difficult. Knew some of the places where they held Grand Prix but hardly any of their names. These names seem arbitrary to me, anyway (though I'm aware it's the official version); what can you do with a "European" or "Pacific" Grand Prix?
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level 64
Jul 6, 2014
Just wondering - are Dallas, Detroit, Indianapolis, etc outside of the United States? Australia has hosted in Melbourne and Adelaide - so should these be listed separately as well? Loved the quiz btw - just finished watching Silverstone
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level 59
Jul 6, 2014
I think it's about the official names - even though Melbourne and Adelaide have both been hosts to a GP, the official name of the event on both venues has always been 'Australian Grand Prix'. While Dallas and Detroit are both in the USA and have hosted a GP, those events were not officially called the 'United States Grand Prix'. Indianapolis HAS hosted a USGP, however; I was certain there was a mistake in the quiz until I noticed the year 1960 - that's when it was a part of the F1 calendar under the name Indianapolis 500 (?).
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level 75
Jul 7, 2014
yeah this makes it pretty much impossible for non-fans. Sometimes you have to guess the city, sometimes the country, sometimes it's the name of the country and other times it's an adjective like "British" or "Belgian." oh well.
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level 34
Jul 6, 2014
how many people other than me tried peru hahaha
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level 83
Nov 9, 2017
I did
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level 33
Mar 24, 2017
Just accept the name of each country.
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level 52
Apr 22, 2017
This will have to be updated soon to account for the new and improved Azerbaijan Grand Prix, which went under the title of 'European' last year, to much indignation from geography nerds.
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level 28
Oct 29, 2017
You need to add the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, and correct to the 2017 season.
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level 43
Jan 27, 2018
This test doesn't make any sense. I wrote US and never thought about Detroit or Dallas as they are in US. Also we have Azerbaijan and European which are same race. Should we have Valencia then? I simply don't understand the logic behind it.
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level 59
May 27, 2018
The FIA rules stipulate that one country may only hold one Grand Prix, but they circumvent it by running the races under different names. That's why the Swiss Grand Prix was actually held in France, San Marino in Italy and Luxembourg in Germany. The Pacific Grand Prix was created because there already was a Japanese Grand Prix. The name 'European Grand Prix' has been used for several races in the UK, Germany, Spain (Valencia being one) and, most recently, Azerbaijan. In the case of Azerbaijan, however, the reason behind the naming was a political one (the government wanted to brand their country 'European').
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level 59
May 27, 2018
As for the United States Grand Prix, in the 1980's it was only held in 1980 and 1989. It's a mystery to me why none of the other races picked up the name in its absence. Maybe it's because there were so many races in the USA during that decade, and none of them could agree which one could use the name?
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level 17
May 27, 2018
I tried to remember which tracks were in game F1 2000. Did quite nice for a girl.
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level 41
May 27, 2018
This is extremely stupid, the name of the country or the track should obviously be accepted e.g. UK or Silverstone is a perfectly acceptable answer alongside British
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level 77
May 28, 2018
No. Neither UK nor Silverstone are the name of the race. It's always been the British Grand Prix.
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level 47
May 28, 2018
I am reasonably certain there was an Irish Grand Prix run in the 1920's - but again it may simply have been a Grand Prix held in Ireland
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level 47
May 30, 2018
Ah - I think the issue lies in the Formula One. There WAS an Irish Grand Prix in 1929, held in Phoenix Park, but presumably it does not qualify as a Formula One race
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level 47
May 30, 2018
Yep - F1 doesn't start until after 1945
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level 57
May 28, 2018
Confuse. Should be the name of the country.
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level 77
May 28, 2018
Sometimes it is, other times not. It depends upon the official name of the race.
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level 77
May 28, 2018
Thanks for making an F1 quiz, QM. More please!
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level 27
Sep 12, 2018
käft, sämst quiz olika svar!!!
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level 28
Sep 19, 2018
this is too hard, I didn't even do it. top lols
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level 78
Nov 5, 2018
Very disappointed to learn that there's no Vatican Grand Prix :(
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