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Thirty eight cars started the French Grand Prix at one minute intervals to complete 10 laps of a 48-mile (77 km) circuit on a triangular circuit near the city of Dieppe. The field was led away by Vincenzo Lancia's Fiat. The race was run under a fuel consumption limit of 30 litres per 100 kilometres (7.84 miles per US gallon; 9.42 miles per imperial gallon).Louis Wagner led the race for the first three laps. After Wagner retired on lap four, Arthur Duray inherited the lead. Duray set the fastest lap, with an average speed of 75.40 mph (121.34 km/h), and led the race until his retirement on lap nine. Felice Nazzaro's Fiat led from this point until the finish, completing the race over six and a half minutes ahead of second placed Ferenc Szisz. Nazzaro's average speed was 70.6 mph (113.6 km/h) for the race. Nazzaro’s Fiat won the race over six and a half minutes ahead of second placed Ferenc Sziszat, at 70.6 mph (113.6 km/h).
1907 French Grand Prix by Michael Hagel