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The 1947 St Helier Circuit was a 5.149 km (3.199 m) Grand Prix road course in the town of Saint Helier, the capital of Jersey which is the largest of the North Sea Channel Islands (English Channel), hosting four consecutive Grand Prix events (official name: ) from 1947 to 1950, the last one a Formula One non-championship round. The circuit length remained largely the same over its four editions except for small variances within 100 meters. British entries with Peter Whitehead, Reg Parnell, Raymond Mays, Peter Walker, Cuth Harrison, Leslie Johnson and David Hampshire among many others dominated the series, winning all events over many top drivers of the era.

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  • The 1947 St Helier Circuit was a 5.149 km (3.199 m) Grand Prix road course in the town of Saint Helier, the capital of Jersey which is the largest of the North Sea Channel Islands (English Channel), hosting four consecutive Grand Prix events (official name: ) from 1947 to 1950, the last one a Formula One non-championship round. The circuit length remained largely the same over its four editions except for small variances within 100 meters. British entries with Peter Whitehead, Reg Parnell, Raymond Mays, Peter Walker, Cuth Harrison, Leslie Johnson and David Hampshire among many others dominated the series, winning all events over many top drivers of the era. (en)
  • Le Jersey Road Race ├ętait une course automobile qui eut lieu entre 1947 et 1952. (fr)
  • Het Saint Helier Circuit was een circuit op het Britse eiland Jersey. Op dit circuit werd de Stratenrace van Jersey georganiseerd en deze stratenrace maakte tussen 1947 en 1949 deel uit van de grand-prixseizoenen en was in 1950 ook een niet-kampioenschapsronde in de Formule 1. (nl)
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  • Saint Helier Circuit (en)
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  • The 1947 St Helier Circuit was a 5.149 km (3.199 m) Grand Prix road course in the town of Saint Helier, the capital of Jersey which is the largest of the North Sea Channel Islands (English Channel), hosting four consecutive Grand Prix events (official name: ) from 1947 to 1950, the last one a Formula One non-championship round. The circuit length remained largely the same over its four editions except for small variances within 100 meters. British entries with Peter Whitehead, Reg Parnell, Raymond Mays, Peter Walker, Cuth Harrison, Leslie Johnson and David Hampshire among many others dominated the series, winning all events over many top drivers of the era. (en)
  • Le Jersey Road Race ├ętait une course automobile qui eut lieu entre 1947 et 1952. (fr)
  • Het Saint Helier Circuit was een circuit op het Britse eiland Jersey. Op dit circuit werd de Stratenrace van Jersey georganiseerd en deze stratenrace maakte tussen 1947 en 1949 deel uit van de grand-prixseizoenen en was in 1950 ook een niet-kampioenschapsronde in de Formule 1. (nl)
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  • Jersey Road Race (fr)
  • Saint Helier Circuit (nl)
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