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1934 Mannin Moar

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Date  2 June 1934
Course  Street circuit
Official name  II Mannin Moar
Course length  5.889 km (3.659 mi)
1934 Mannin Moar
Location  Douglas Circuit Douglas, Isle of Man United Kingdom
Distance  50 laps, 294.4 km (182.95 mi)

The 1934 Mannin Moar (formally known as II Mannin Moar) was a Grand Prix that was held on 2 June 1934 at a street circuit in Douglas, Isle of Man, United Kingdom. It was the twelfth round of the 1934 Grand Prix season, but it did not count towards the championship. The race, contested over 50 laps of 3.659 mi, or 5.889 km, was won by Brian Lewis driving a Alfa Romeo Tipo B after starting from pole position.



  • DNS = Did Not Start
  • Race report

    Rose-Richards made the best start of the line, overtaking both Staniland and Dixon to get into second place after Lewis, who would eventually stay in the lead the entire race. Staniland retired after just two laps due to gearbox problems and Rose-Richards retired with a broken water pump, leaving second and third place open for Dixon and Sameiro.

    Between lap fifteen and lap forty, five drivers were forced to retire and the field was brought down to three cars. Although it was not an easy victory - his Alfa Romeo had lost a gear early in the race - Lewis took the flag after fifty laps ahead of Dodson and Paul.


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