|Date 6 April 1930|
Course length 3.180 km (1.976 mi)
|Course Street circuit|
|Official name II Grand Prix de Monaco|
Location Circuit de Monaco Monte Carlo
Distance 100 laps, 318.0 km (197.6 mi)
The 1930 Monaco Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held at the Circuit de Monaco on 6 April 1930. Frenchman René Dreyfus won the race in a privateer Bugatti, ahead of the works Bugattis of Louis Chiron and Guy Bouriat. The race was somewhat marred by allegations of race-fixing.
Note: grid slots were determined by drawing lots (Bowes, Ferrari and Frankl had provisionally been due to start on the first, third and fourth row, respectively).