High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The 1926 French Grand
Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held at the Circuit of Miramas on
June 27, 1926. It was the second race of the 1926 AIACR World
Manufacturers' Championship season. Unfortunately for the
spectators, of all the cars that were announced to participate in
the race, only three Bugattis started. In the end there was just
one car that managed to complete the full race distance; the
Bugatti of Jules Goux. The French Grand Prix (1906- 1967: Grand
Prix de l'ACF, 1968-2008: Grand Prix de France) was a race held as
part of Federation Internationale de l'Automobile's annual Formula
One automobile racing championships. Grand Prix motor racing
originated in France and the French Grand Prix, open to
international competition, is the oldest Grand Prix race, first run
on 26 June 1906 under the auspices of the Automobile Club de France
in Sarthe, with a starting field of 32 automobiles.
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