Bugatti Grand Prix results

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These are the complete European Championship and World Championship Grand Prix results for Automobiles Ettore Bugatti, the works Bugatti team.

Grand Prix results[edit]

Complete European Championship results[edit]

(key) (results in bold indicate pole position, results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1931 Automobiles Ettore Bugatti Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 ITA FRA BEL
Kingdom of Italy Achille Varzi Ret 1 Ret
Monaco Louis Chiron Ret 1 Ret
France Albert Divo 3 7 Ret
France Guy Bouriat 3 7 Ret
United Kingdom William Grover-Williams Ret 1
Kingdom of Italy Caberto Conelli Ret 1
J.-P. Wimille Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 France Jean-Pierre Wimille 4 Ret 7
France Jean Gaupillat 4 Ret 7
M. Lehoux Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 France Marcel Lehoux Ret Ret
France Philippe Étancelin Ret Ret
Earl Howe Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 United Kingdom Earl Howe 12
United Kingdom Brian Lewis 12
B. Ivanowsky Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8 Italy Emilio Eminente Ret
France Edmond Bourlier Ret
Conte d'Arnoux Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8 France Georges d'Arnoux Ret
France Max Fourny Ret
E. Grimaldi Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8 Italy Enzo Grimaldi Ret
"Borgait" Ret
1932 Automobiles E. Bugatti Bugatti T54 5.0 L8 ITA FRA GER
Kingdom of Italy Achille Varzi Ret Ret
Monaco Louis Chiron Ret
France Albert Divo Ret
Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 6 DNS
France Guy Bouriat 6†
Monaco Louis Chiron 4 Ret
Kingdom of Italy Achille Varzi DNS
R. Dreyfus Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 France René Dreyfus 5 5 4
M. Lehoux Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 France Marcel Lehoux Ret Ret
Bugatti T54 5.0 L8 Ret
"Williams" Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 United Kingdom William Grover-Williams 6
Earl Howe Bugatti T54 5.0 L8 United Kingdom Earl Howe 9
United Kingdom Hugh Hamilton 9†
M. Fourny Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 France Max Fourny Ret
J. Gaupillat Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 France Jean Gaupillat Ret
Pilesi Racing Team Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 Germany Hans Lewy Ret
Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8 Germany Paul Pietsch Ret
1935 Automobiles E. Bugatti Bugatti T59/50S 4.9 L8 MON FRA BEL GER SUI ITA ESP
France Robert Benoist Ret
Bugatti T59 3.3 L8 5 6
Kingdom of Italy Piero Taruffi 6 Ret 5
France Jean-Pierre Wimille Ret Ret 4
Earl Howe Bugatti T59 3.3 L8 United Kingdom Earl Howe Ret 10
G. Léoz-Abad Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 Spain Genaro Léoz-Abad Ret
1936 Automobiles E. Bugatti Bugatti T59 3.3 L8 MON GER SUI ITA
France Jean-Pierre Wimille 6 Ret
United Kingdom William Grover-Williams 9
Bugatti T59/50B3 4.7 L8 France Jean-Pierre Wimille Ret
W. Rens Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 Netherlands J. Walter Rens Ret
Earl Howe Bugatti T59 3.3 L8 United Kingdom Earl Howe Ret
1937 M. Walther Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8 BEL GER MON SUI ITA
Czech Republic Martin Walther DNS
1938 Automobiles E. Bugatti Bugatti T59/50B3 3.0 L8 FRA GER SUI ITA
France Jean-Pierre Wimille Ret
Source:[1]
  • † Indicates shared drive, no points for the driver who took over

Grandes Épreuves results[edit]

(key)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6
1929 Automobiles Ettore Bugatti Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8 500 FRA
France Albert Divo 4
Italy Caberto Conelli 3
United Kingdom William Grover-Williams 1
1930 Automobiles Ettore Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8 500 EUR FRA
France Albert Divo 3 DNA
France Guy Bouriat 2 Ret
Monaco Louis Chiron 1 Ret
United Kingdom William Grover-Williams Ret
1931 Automobiles Ettore Bugatti Bugatti T51 2.3 L8 GER
Monaco Louis Chiron 2
Kingdom of Italy Achille Varzi 3
France Albert Divo DNS
France Guy Bouriat 7
United Kingdom William Grover-Williams Ret
1933 Automobiles Ettore Bugatti Bugatti T51/T59 2.3 L8 MON FRA BEL ITA ESP
France René Dreyfus 3 DNA 3 DNA 6
Kingdom of Italy Achille Varzi 1 DNA 2 DNA 4
United Kingdom William Grover-Williams 7 DNA 6 DNA DNS
France Albert Divo DNA DNS
1934 Automobiles Ettore Bugatti Bugatti T59 3.0 L8 MON FRA GER BEL ITA ESP
France René Dreyfus 3 Ret 1 7
France Robert Benoist DNS 4 4
France Jean-Pierre Wimille Ret Ret 6
Kingdom of Italy Tazio Nuvolari Ret 3
Kingdom of Italy Antonio Brivio 2 Ret 11

Complete Formula One results[edit]

(key) (Results in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Chassis Engine(s) Tires Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 WCC Pts
1956 Bugatti T251 Bugatti 2.5 L8 D ARG MON 500 BEL FRA GBR GER ITA N/A1 N/A1
France Maurice Trintignant Ret
Source:[2]

1 The World Constructors' Championship was not awarded before 1958.

Racing victories[edit]

Year Race Driver Car
1921 Italy Gran Premio delle Vetturette Ernest Friderich
1925 Italy Targa Florio Bartolomeo Costantini Type 35
1926 France French Grand Prix Jules Goux Type 39 A
1926 Italy Italian Grand Prix Louis Charavel
1926 Spain Spanish Grand Prix Bartolomeo Costantini
1926 Italy Targa Florio Bartolomeo Costantini Type 35 T
1927 Italy Italian Grand Prix Tazio Nuvolari Type 35 C
1927 Italy Targa Florio Emilio Materassi Type 35 C
1928 France French Grand Prix William Grover-Williams Type 35 C
Italy Italian Grand Prix Louis Chiron
Spain Spanish Grand Prix Louis Chiron
Italy Targa Florio Albert Divo Type 35 B
1929 France French Grand Prix William Grover-Williams Type 35 B
Germany German Grand Prix Louis Chiron
Spain Spanish Grand Prix Louis Chiron
Monaco Monaco Grand Prix William Grover-Williams Type 35 B
Italy Targa Florio Albert Divo Type 35 C
1930 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix Louis Chiron
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakian Grand Prix Heinrich-Joachim von Morgen and Hermann zu Leiningen
France French Grand Prix Philippe Étancelin Type 35 C
Monaco Monaco Grand Prix René Dreyfus
1931 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix William Grover-Williams and Caberto Conelli
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakian Grand Prix Louis Chiron
France French Grand Prix Louis Chiron and Achille Varzi Type 51
Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Louis Chiron
1932 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakian Grand Prix Louis Chiron
1933 Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakian Grand Prix Louis Chiron
Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Achille Varzi
1934 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix René Dreyfus
1936 France French Grand Prix Jean-Pierre Wimille and Raymond Sommer Type 57 G
1937 France 24 hours of Le Mans Jean-Pierre Wimille and Robert Benoist Type 57 G
1939 France 24 hours of Le Mans Jean-Pierre Wimille and Pierre Veyron Type 57 C

References[edit]

  1. ^ "THE GOLDEN ERA – OF GRAND PRIX RACING". kolumbus.fi. Retrieved December 8, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Bugatti – Grand Prix started 1956". statsf1.com. Retrieved December 8, 2016.