1930 Monza Grand Prix

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Italy  1930 Monza Grand Prix
Race details
Monza 1922.svg
Date 7 September 1930
Official name III Gran Premio di Monza
Location Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Monza, Italy
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 6.861 km (4.263 mi)
Distance 35 laps, 240.14 km (149.21 mi)
Weather Overcast, hot
Pole position
Driver Alfa Romeo
Fastest lap
Driver Italy Achille Varzi Maserati
Time 2:30.0
Podium
First Maserati
Second Maserati
Third Maserati
Race start

The 1930 Monza Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza on 7 September 1930. There were four 14-lap heats (separated by class), a 7-lap repêchage, and a 35-lap final, which was won by Achille Varzi in a Maserati. His teammates, Luigi Arcangeli and Ernesto Maserati, completed the podium.[1]

Entries[edit]

1500 cc to 2000 cc[edit]

No Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine
2 Raffaelli Toti Private entry Maserati Maserati 26 2.0 L8
4 Arrigo Sartorio Private entry Maserati Maserati 26B 1.7 L8
6 Italy Antonio Brivio Scuderia Materassi Talbot Talbot 700 1.5 L8
8 Avattaneo Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8
10 Switzerland Carlo Pedrazzini Private entry Maserati Maserati 26B 1.5 L8
11 France Philippe Étancelin Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8
12 Italy Clemente Biondetti Scuderia Materassi Talbot Talbot 700 1.5 L8
14 Giovanni Tabacci Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8
16 Germany Heinrich Joachim von Morgen German Bugatti Team Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8
18 France Max Fourny Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8
20 Italy Giovanni Minozzi Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8

2000 cc to 3000 cc[edit]

No Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine
22 France Marcel Lehoux Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8
24 France Philippe Étancelin Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35C 2.0 L8
26 Italy Achille Varzi Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati Maserati 26M 2.5 L8
28 Germany Ernst Günther Burggaller German Bugatti Team Bugatti Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8
30 Italy Luigi Arcangeli Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati Maserati 26M 2.5 L8
32 Italy Tazio Nuvolari Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo P2 2.0 L8
34 Italy Luigi Fagioli Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati Maserati 26M 2.5 L8
36 Mario Dafarra Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8
38 Ugo Stefanelli Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8
40 Germany Heinrich Joachim von Morgen German Bugatti Team Bugatti Bugatti T35B 2.3 L8
42 Italy Baconin Borzacchini Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo P2 2.0 L8
44 Heinz Ipse Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T35 2.0 L8
46 Italy Giuseppe Campari Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo P2 2.0 L8

Over 3000 cc[edit]

No Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine
48 Italy Ernesto Maserati Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati Maserati V4 4.0 2x8
50 United States Babe Stapp Private entry Duesenberg Duesenberg A 4.2 L8
52 Germany Rudolf Caracciola Daimler-Benz AG Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz SSK 7.1 L6
54 Federico Caflisch Private entry Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz SS 7.1 L6
56 Italy Amedeo Ruggeri Private entry Itala  ? 4.7 L4

Up to 1100 cc[edit]

No Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine
58  ?  ? Amilcar  ? 1.1
60 Italy Umberto Klinger Private entry Maserati Maserati 26C 1.1 L8
62 Italy Mario Moradei Private entry Salmson  ? 1.1
64 Germany Gerhard Macher Private entry DKW DKW RWD 1.0 L4
66 Italy Luigi Premoli Private entry Salmson  ? 1.1 L8
68  ?  ? Amilcar  ? 1.1
70 Italy Abele Clerici Private entry Salmson  ? 1.1
72 Germany Hans Simons Private entry DKW DKW FWD 1.0 L4
74 Italy Albino Pratesi Private entry Salmson  ? 1.1
76 Italy Emilio Romano Private entry Bugatti Bugatti T36 1.1 L8
78 France Victor Marret Private entry Salmson  ? 1.1
80 Italy Alfiero Maserati Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati Maserati 26C 1.1 L8
82 Italy Aldo Gerardi Private entry Amilcar  ? 1.1
84 Ruggiero Bisighin Filippo Ardizzone Maserati Maserati 26C 1.1 L8
86 Italy Luigi Platé Private entry Lombard  ? 1.1
88 France Emile Dourel Private entry Amilcar Amilcar CO 1.1 L6
90 Martinatti Private entry Salmson  ? 1.1
92 Italy Piero Bucci Private entry Lombard  ? 1.1
94 Italy Francesco Matrullo Private entry Amilcar  ? 1.1 L6
96 France Louis Decaroli Private entry Salmson  ? 1.1
98 France José Scaron Private entry Amilcar Amilcar MCO 1.1 L6
100 Italy Sergio Carnevali Private entry Rally  ? 1.1
102 Switzerland Luciano Uboldi Private entry Lombard  ? 1.1
104 Dini Private entry Amilcar  ? 1.1
106 Rolly Private entry Derby  ? 1.1
108 Ipsale Private entry Derby  ? 1.1
110 Ruggiero Bisighin Private entry Amilcar  ? 1.1

Heat 1 (1500 cc to 2000 cc)[edit]

Starting grid[edit]

Starting grid — Heat one, 1930 Monza Grand Prix
Sartorio
Maserati
Italy Brivio
Talbot
Avattaneo
Bugatti
Switzerland Pedrazzini
Maserati
France Étancelin
Bugatti
Italy Biondetti
Talbot
Tabacci
Bugatti
Germany von Morgen
Bugatti
France Fourny
Bugatti
Italy Minozzi
Bugatti

Classification[edit]

Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 11 France Philippe Étancelin Bugatti T35C 14 38:30.0 5
2 16 Germany Heinrich Joachim von Morgen Bugatti T35C 14 +2.2 8
3 20 Italy Giovanni Minozzi Bugatti T35C 14 +31.2 10
4 10 Switzerland Carlo Pedrazzini Maserati 26B 14 +57.2 4
5 12 Italy Clemente Biondetti Talbot 700 14 +1:47.4 6
6 4 Arrigo Sartorio Maserati 26B 14 +2:08.6 1
7 18 France Max Fourny Bugatti T35C 14 +2:10.2 9
8 11 Avattaneo Bugatti T35C 14 +2:16.8 3
Ret 14 Giovanni Tabacci Bugatti T35C 12 7
Ret 6 Italy Antonio Brivio Talbot 700 10 2
DNA 2 Raffaelli Toti Maserati 26 Did not appear
Source:[1]
  • Positions 1-4 progressed to the final; positions 5-8 were eligible for the repêchage.[1]

Heat 2 (2000 cc to 3000 cc)[edit]

Starting grid[edit]

Starting grid — Heat two, 1930 Monza Grand Prix
France Lehoux
Bugatti
Italy Varzi
Maserati
Germany Burggaller
Bugatti
Italy Arcangeli
Maserati
Italy Nuvolari
Alfa Romeo
Italy Fagioli
Maserati
Dafarra
Bugatti
Stefanelli
Bugatti
Italy Borzacchini
Alfa Romeo
Italy Campari
Alfa Romeo

Classification[edit]

Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 30 Italy Luigi Arcangeli Maserati 26M 14 36:36.2 4
2 42 Italy Baconin Borzacchini Alfa Romeo P2 14 +43.4 9
3 34 Italy Luigi Fagioli Maserati 26M 14 +1:03.2 6
4 26 Italy Achille Varzi Maserati 26M 14 +1:29.6 2
5 32 Italy Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo P2 14 +1:43.2 5
6 36 Mario Dafarra Bugatti T35B 14 +3:33.8 7
7 22 France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti T35B 14 +3:42.2 1
8 46 Italy Giuseppe Campari Alfa Romeo P2 14 +6:02.0 10
Ret 28 Germany Ernst Günther Burggaller Bugatti T35B 1 Engine 3
Ret 38 Ugo Stefanelli Bugatti T35B 0 8
DNA 44 Heinz Ipse Bugatti T35 Did not appear
Source:[1]
  • Philippe Étancelin and Heinrich Joachim von Morgen were entered in this class, but raced in Heat 1 instead;
  • Positions 1-4 progressed to the final; positions 5-8 were eligible for the repêchage.[1]

Heat 3 (over 3000 cc)[edit]

Starting grid[edit]

Starting grid — Heat three, 1930 Monza Grand Prix
Italy E. Maserati
Maserati
United States Stapp
Duesenberg
Germany Caracciola
Mercedes-Benz
Caflisch
Mercedes-Benz
Italy Ruggeri
Itala

Classification[edit]

Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 48 Italy Ernesto Maserati Maserati V4 14 39:25.4 1
2 52 Germany Rudolf Caracciola Mercedes-Benz SSK 14 +24.0 3
3 50 United States Babe Stapp Duesenberg A 14 +1:40.4 2
4 54 Federico Caflisch Mercedes-Benz SS 14 +3:54.4 4
5 56 Italy Amedeo Ruggeri Itala 14 +4:14.6 5
Source:[1]
  • Positions 1-4 progressed to the final; position 5 was eligible for the repêchage.[1]

Repêchage[edit]

Starting grid[edit]

Starting grid — Repêchage, 1930 Monza Grand Prix
Sartorio
Maserati
France Lehoux
Bugatti
Italy Nuvolari
Alfa Romeo
Dafarra
Bugatti
Italy Campari
Alfa Romeo

Classification[edit]

Pos No Driver Heat Car Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 32 Italy Tazio Nuvolari 2 Alfa Romeo P2 7 20:01.0 3
2 46 Italy Giuseppe Campari 2 Alfa Romeo P2 7 +0.4 5
3 4 Arrigo Sartorio 1 Maserati 26B 7 +3.6 1
4 36 Mario Dafarra 2 Bugatti T35B 7 +2:41.0 4
Ret 22 France Marcel Lehoux 2 Bugatti T35B 3 Crash 2
Source:[1]
  • Positions 1-2 progressed to the final.[1]

Heat 4 (voiturettes - up to 1100 cc)[edit]

Starting grid[edit]

Starting grid — Heat four, 1930 Monza Grand Prix
Italy Klinger
Maserati
Germany Macher
DKW
Italy Premoli
Salmson
Italy Clerici
Salmson
Germany Simons
DKW
Italy Pratesi
Salmson
Italy Romano
Bugatti
Italy A. Maserati
Maserati
Italy Gerardi
Amilcar
Bisighin
Maserati
Italy Platé
Lombard
France Dourel
Amilcar
Italy Bucci
Lombard
France Decaroli
Salmson
France Scaron
Amilcar
Italy Carnevali
Rally

Classification[edit]

Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 66 Italy Luigi Premoli Salmson 14 43:37.0 3
2 98 France José Scaron Amilcar MCO 14 +5.4 15
3 60 Italy Umberto Klinger Maserati 26C 14 +2:17.6 1
4 80 Italy Alfiero Maserati Maserati 26C 14 +2:27.0 8
5 88 France Emile Dourel Amilcar CO 14 +2:32.6 12
6 70 Italy Abele Clerici Salmson 14 +4:49.6 4
7 86 Italy Luigi Platé Lombard 14 +5:14.0 11
8 72 Germany Hans Simons DKW FWD 14 +6:26.2 5
9 64 Germany Gerhard Macher DKW RWD 14 +6:41.4 2
10 82 Italy Aldo Gerardi Amilcar 14 +8:30.2 9
Ret 74 Italy Albino Pratesi Salmson 13 6
Ret 96 France Louis Decaroli Salmson 13 14
Ret 84 Ruggiero Bisighin Maserati 26C 11 10
Ret 76 Italy Emilio Romano Bugatti T36 10 7
Ret 92 Italy Piero Bucci Lombard 3 13
Ret 100 Italy Sergio Carnevali Rally 3 16
DNA 58  ? Amilcar Did not appear
DNA 62 Italy Mario Moradei Salmson Did not appear
DNA 68  ? Amilcar Did not appear
DNA 78 France Victor Marret Salmson Did not appear
DNA 90 Martinatti Salmson Did not appear
DNA 94 Italy Francesco Matrullo Amilcar Did not appear
DNA 102 Switzerland Luciano Uboldi Lombard Did not appear
DNA 104 Dini Amilcar Did not appear
DNA 106 Rolly Derby Did not appear
DNA 108 Ipsale Derby Did not appear
Source:[1]
  • Positions 1-2 progressed to the final.[1]

Final[edit]

Starting grid[edit]

Starting grid — Final, 1930 Monza Grand Prix
Italy Nuvolari
Alfa Romeo
Caflisch
Mercedes-Benz
Italy Campari
Alfa Romeo
Italy Minozzi
Bugatti
United States Stapp
Duesenberg
Germany Caracciola
Mercedes-Benz
Italy Varzi
Maserati
Italy E. Maserati
Maserati
Italy Arcangeli
Maserati
Switzerland Pedrazzini
Maserati
A
A
A
Germany von Morgen
Bugatti
A
^APhilippe Étancelin (Bugatti), Luigi Fagioli (Maserati), Baconin Borzacchini (Alfa Romeo), and José Scaron (Amilcar) all started from the third row of the grid, but their specific positions are unknown.[1]

Classification[edit]

Pos No Driver Heat Car Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 26 Italy Achille Varzi 2 Maserati 26M 35 1:35:46.2 7
2 30 Italy Luigi Arcangeli 2 Maserati 26M 35 +0.2 9
3 48 Italy Ernesto Maserati 3 Maserati V4 35 +24.2 8
4 20 Italy Giovanni Minozzi 1 Bugatti T35C 35 +3:37.0 4
5 34 Italy Luigi Fagioli 2 Maserati 26M 35 +3:37.4  ?
6 11 France Philippe Étancelin 1 Bugatti T35C 35 +4:03.6  ?
7 52 Germany Rudolf Caracciola 3 Mercedes-Benz SSK 35 +7:13.8 6
8 50 United States Babe Stapp 3 Duesenberg A 34 +1 lap 5
9 54 Federico Caflisch 3 Mercedes-Benz SS 33 +2 laps 2
10 98 France José Scaron 4 Amilcar MCO 32 +3 laps  ?
Ret 10 Switzerland Carlo Pedrazzini 1 Maserati 26B 18 Lost wheel 10
Ret 16 Germany Heinrich Joachim von Morgen 1 Bugatti T35C 10 Tyres 14
Ret 42 Italy Baconin Borzacchini 2 Alfa Romeo P2 8 Tyres  ?
Ret 32 Italy Tazio Nuvolari 2 Alfa Romeo P2 7 Tyres 1
Ret 46 Italy Giuseppe Campari 2 Alfa Romeo P2 7 Tyres 3
DNS 66 Italy Luigi Premoli 4 Salmson Forfeit start
Source:[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "III GRAN PREMIO DI MONZA". kolumbus.fi. Archived from the original on 5 July 2013. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 


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