The circuit of Pescara was a city circuit of over 25 km that wound on the streets of Pescara and neighboring municipalities. It is the longest track where a Formula 1 race has ever been held and is therefore marked in the Guinness Book of Records. The Pescara track was renowned at the time as one of the most difficult and dangerous motor racing routes, but it was famous because the Acerbo Cup was held there since 1924.

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