Circuito da Boavista

41.170472222222 - 8.67325Koordinaten: 41 ° 10 ' 14 " N, 8 ° 40' 24 " W

The Circuito da Boavista is a temporary motor racing track in the Portuguese port city of Porto. The 4.7 km long street circuit is set up on roads closed by the Atlantic Ocean and is to ride counterclockwise.


1958 and 1960, the Grand Prix of Portugal was discharged as a round of the Formula 1 World Championship at the Circuito da Boavista. The path length was 7.4 km.

Similar to the route of Macau, the price went after the start in the port area on tram tracks and cobblestones with a combination of long straights and a variety of curves between the canyons.

The first Grand Prix Stirling Moss won with a wet track on Vanwall, two years later, Jack Brabham Cooper - Climax with a who won the World Cup with this victory.

In addition to the Grands Prix at the Circuito da Boavista in Portugal found more Formula 1 races in Monsanto Park ( 1959) and at the Circuito do Estoril ( 1984-1996 ) instead.

In 2007, the World Touring Car Championship ( WTCC) on the newly designed Circuito da Boavista guest. This world championship races were held in Porto after 47 years. In 2009 and 2011 hosted the WTCC on this route.


All winners of the Formula 1 race in Porto