1923 Italian Grand Prix

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1923 Italian Grand Prix
Monza 1922.svg
Race details
Date 9 Sep 1923
Official name III Gran Premio d'Italia
I Grand Prix d'Europe
Location Monza, Italy
Course Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Course length 10.00 km (6.21 mi)
Distance 80 laps, 800 km (496.8 mi)
Pole position
Driver Benz
Grid positions set by car number
Fastest lap
Driver Italy Pietro Bordino Fiat
Time 3:44.0
First Fiat
Second Fiat
Third Miller

The 1923 Italian Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held at Monza on 9 September 1923.[1]

It was the first race to be designated as the European Grand Prix.


Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retired
1 14 Italy Carlo Salamano Fiat 805/405 80 5h27m38
2 8 Italy Felice Nazzaro Fiat 805 80 5h28m02
3 5 United States Jimmy Murphy Miller 122 80 5h32m51
4 1 Italy Ferdinando Minoia Benz RH 76
NC 7 Germany Franz Horner Benz RH 71
NC 16 Argentina Martín de Álzaga Miller 122 70
Ret 4 France Albert Guyot Rolland-Pilain 60
Ret 2 Italy Pietro Bordino Fiat 805/405 44 Driver exhaustion
Ret 10 France Gaston Delalande Rolland-Pilain 30
Ret 15 France André Lefebvre Voisin Laboratoire 29
Ret 13 Germany Willy Walb Benz RH 29
Ret 9 France Henri Rougier Voisin Laboratoire 28
Ret 11 Poland Louis Zborowski Miller 122 15
Ret 3 Italy Eugenio Silvani Voisin Laboratoire 14 Mechanical
DNS 6 Italy Antonio Ascari Alfa Romeo P1 Withdrawn
DNS 12 Italy Giuseppe Campari Alfa Romeo P1 Withdrawn
DNS 17 Italy Ugo Sivocci Alfa Romeo P1 Fatal crash in practice


  1. ^ Darren Galpin. "1923 Grands Prix, The GEL Motorsport Information Page". Archived from the original on 2009-05-04. Retrieved 2009-03-18. 

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