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French Grand Prix held at Autodrome de Linas-Montlhery on June 21,
1931. 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. The first World
Championships were organized in 1925 with the French Grand Prix,
the Italian Grand Prix, the Belgian Grand Prix and the Indianapolis
500. The French Grand Prix has been part of the Formula One
championships since their inception in 1950. The race has been held
at various racetracks throughout France, such as the Autodrome de
Montlhery. Since 1991 its permanent home was the Circuit de Nevers
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