The smallest field ever to start a classic Grand Prix was made up of just three Bugattis, at the French Grand Prix at Miramas


Sunday 27th June 1926

The smallest field ever to start a classic Grand Prix was made up of just three Bugattis, at the French Grand Prix at Miramas. One driven by Jules Goux completed the 100-lap distance, one finished 15 laps behind and the third retired.


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