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1935 Monaco Grand Prix

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 1935 Monaco Grand Prix (formally the VII Grand Prix de Monaco) was a Grand Prix motor race held on 22 April 1935.

Classification

Pos No Driver Team Car Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 4 Italy Luigi Fagioli Daimler-Benz AG Mercedes-Benz W25K 100 3:23:49.8 3
2 18 France René Dreyfus Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo Tipo B/P3 100 +31.5 4
3 22 Italy Antonio Brivio Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo Tipo B/P3 100 +1:06.4 6
4 24 France Philippe Étancelin Scuderia Subalpina Maserati 6C-34 99 +1 Lap 9
5 16 Monaco Louis Chiron Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo Tipo B/P3 97 +3 Laps 7
6 16 France Raymond Sommer Private entry Alfa Romeo Tipo B/P3 94 +6 Laps 8
7 26 Italy Goffredo Zehender Scuderia Subalpina Maserati 8CM 93 +7 Laps 10
8 32 Italy Luigi Soffietti Private entry Maserati 8CM 91 +9 Laps 13
DNF 2 Germany Rudolf Caracciola Daimler-Benz AG Mercedes-Benz W25K 65 Broken valve 1
DNF 10 Spain José de Villapadierna Private entry Maserati 8CM 65 Crash 15
DNF 20 Italy Tazio Nuvolari Scuderia Ferrari Alfa Romeo Tipo B/3 53 Brakes 5
Italy Carlo Felice Trossi
DNF 8 United Kingdom Earl Howe Private entry Bugatti T59 34 Brakes/crash 12
DNF 30 Italy Giuseppe Farina Gino Rovere Maserati 6C-34 21 Fuel feed/valve? 11
DNF 28 Italy Piero Dusio Scuderia Subalpina Maserati 8CM 3 Crash 14
DNF 6 Germany Manfred von Brauchitsch Daimler-Benz AG Mercedes-Benz W25K 1 Gearbox 3
Source:[1]

Fastest lap: Luigi Fagioli, 1'58"4 s (96.7 km/h - 60.1 mph)

References

  1. ^ "VII GRAND PRIX DE MONACO". kolumbus.fi. Retrieved 3 October 2016.

External links

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This page was last edited on 9 August 2019, at 10:33
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