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1930 Monza Grand Prix

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Date  7 September 1930
Course length  6.861 km (4.263 mi)
1930 Monza Grand Prix
Official name  III Gran Premio di Monza
Location  Autodromo Nazionale Monza Monza, Italy
Course  Permanent racing facility
Distance  35 laps, 240.14 km (149.21 mi)

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.

Contents

Classification

  • Positions 1-4 progressed to the final; positions 5-8 were eligible for the repêchage.
  • Classification

  • 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.
  • Classification

  • Positions 1-4 progressed to the final; position 5 was eligible for the repêchage.
  • Classification

  • Positions 1-2 progressed to the final.
  • Classification

  • Positions 1-2 progressed to the final.
  • Starting grid

    ^A — Philippe 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.

    References

    1930 Monza Grand Prix Wikipedia


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