So, not a whole lot on this one. I am going to shoot for a four-post day. We’ll see how that turns out. The 1952 French Grand Prix took place at Rouen-les-Essarts. The track was 3,169 miles and took place over 77 laps.
The race was rainy. Not only did Ascari make pole, but dominated every lap but the first one.
So, Ferrari wins again. This race was poorly covered, in part due to it being the middle of an actually Formula 2 season. Anyway, I’m going to keep this short and get to the next race.