The 1991 Australian GP probably - it was so wet and such a disaster they had to stop it after just 16 laps. The 2009 Malaysian GP and the 2011 Canadian GP also spring to mid as examples of really wet recent races, both of which had red flags which either stopped the race or kept it off for hours. The 1984 Monaco GP, 1994 Japanese GP and the 2003 Brazilian GP were also incredibly wet races - perhaps it was one of those.
The official website of the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix is cars.grandprix.com.au.
The last Formula 1 French Grand Prix was held in 2008 at the Magny-Cours circuit.
The Grand Prix is a race that started many years ago in France. The Formula 1 racing is known as the Grand Prix.
A race. Grand Prix is French for "Big Prize", which is awarded to the winner.
Last year, in 2011, the coldest Grand Prix was the German Grand Prix, with a track temperature of 14oC
The 2014 British Formula One Grand Prix will be held on July 6th at Silverstone.
Jenson Button won the 2010 Australian Grand Prix Formula 1 race with a time frame of 1:38
No. Part of the Australian Grand Prix is on public roads, as is the European Grand Prix in Valencia.
There were 19 rounds in the 2011 Formula One season: 1. Australian Grand Prix - season opener - 14 March. 2. Malaysia Grand Prix. 3. Chinese Grand Prix. 4. Turkish Grand Prix. 5. Spanish Grand Prix. 6. Monaco Grand Prix. 7. Canadian Grand Prix. 8. European Grand Prix (in Valencia, Spain). 9. British Grand Prix. 10. German Grand Prix. 11. Hungarian Grand Prix. 12. Belgian Grand Prix. 13. Italian Grand Prix. 14. Singapore Grand Prix. 15. Japanese Grand Prix. 16. Korean Grand Prix. 17. Indian Grand Prix (new). 18. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. 19. Brazilian Grand Prix - season finale - 27 Nov.
The first Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix, in 1976, was held at the Fuji Speedway
The 1986 British Grand Prix, won By Nigell Mansell