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Dallas Grand Prix

The Dallas Grand Prix was a round of the Formula One World Championship in 1984 before becoming a round of the American Trans-Am Series in 1988.

Originally the race was run at the Fair Park street circuit, before moving to nearby Addison in 1989. In 1993, the race relocated to a temporary street circuit around the Reunion Arena, at the time home to many of Dallas' sports teams.

Winners

Events which were not part of the Formula One World Championship are indicated by a pink background.

Year Driver Constructor Location Report
1996 Canada Ron Fellows Chevrolet Reunion Arena Report
1995 Not held
1994 Canada Ron Fellows Ford Reunion Arena Report
1993 United States Jack Baldwin Chevrolet Reunion Arena Report
1992 Not held
1991 United States Irv Hoerr Oldsmobile Addison Report
1990 United States Irv Hoerr Oldsmobile Addison Report
1989 United States Dorsey Schroeder Ford Addison Report
1988 United States Hurley Haywood Audi Fair Park Report
1987
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1985
Not held
1984 Finland Keke Rosberg Williams-Honda Fair Park Report
  • Results from
    • World Sports Racing Prototypes
    • The Official Formula 1 Website
    • SCCA Pro Racing Archives

See also

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