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VI VELKÁ CENA MASARYKOVA

Brno (CS), 29 September 1935
17 laps x 29.142 km (18.108 mi) = 495.41 km (307.84 mi)
Note 1


No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngine

2Paul PietschAuto Union AGAuto UnionB5.6V-16DNS
4Hans StuckAuto Union AGAuto UnionB5.6V-16
6Achille VarziAuto Union AGAuto UnionB5.6V-16
8Bernd RosemeyerAuto Union AGAuto UnionB5.6V-16
10László HartmannL. HartmannMaserati8CM3.0S-8
12Zdenek PohlV GutBugattiT512.3S-8
14Jean-Pierre WimilleAutomobiles E. BugattiBugattiT59S-8
16Tazio NuvolariScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo8C-353.8S-8
18Louis ChironScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B/P33.8S-8
20Antonio BrivioScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B/P33.2S-8
22Rudolf CaracciolaDaimler-Benz AGMercedes-BenzW254.3S-8DNA
24Luigi FagioliDaimler-Benz AGMercedes-BenzW254.3S-8DNA
26Manfred von BrauchitschDaimler-Benz AGMercedes-BenzW254.3S-8DNA
28Giuseppe FarinaGino Rovere?Maserati6C-34S-6DNA - V8RI?



Rosemeyer's first victory
The last major race of the year was the Czech GP at Brno. The race had changed its name and the official name was now Velká cena Masarykova.
Entries:
Neither the Mercedes-Benz (it was just a week since the Spanish GP) nor the leading Maserati drivers entered the race so it became a duel between Auto Union and Scuderia Ferrari with the German team as the clear favourite.
     
Practice:

     
Race:

     
Pole Position
4
Stuck

Auto Union

6
Varzi

Auto Union

8
Rosemeyer

Auto Union

10
Hartmann

Maserati

12
Pohl

Bugatti

14
Wimille

Bugatti

16
Nuvolari

Alfa Romeo

18
Chiron

Alfa Romeo

20
Brivio

Alfa Romeo

The GP cars started first with the Voiturettes starting moments later. As expected the Auto Union drivers dominated the race. First out in the lead was Stuck. But driving at full speed he had the misfortune to be hit in the face by a bird. Just as with Varzi a week ago reserve driver Pietsch took over the car while Stuck's bleeding eye got medical attention in the pit.
      Varzi was the next Auto Union leader but he had to retire with engine failure on lap 11. Stuck was back on the track driving with pain and headache but his engine also began to make unhealthy sounds and he decided to retire.
      The only Auto Union left was Rosemeyer's car and he had a huge lead, the young driver taking the flag 6 1/2 minutes in front of Nuvolari's Alfa. This was Rosemeyer's first GP victory and of course also his first victory ever in a racing car.
      It was a very special day for Rosemeyer as he at the victory ceremony met the girl, who would later become his wife, Messerschmitt flyer Elly Beinhorn.

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.8Bernd RosemeyerAuto Union AGAuto UnionB5.6V-16173h44m10.6s
2.16Tazio NuvolariScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo8C-353.8S-8173h50m48.4s
3.18Louis ChironScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B/P33.8S-8173h50m52.2s+ 6m41.6s
4.20Antonio BrivioScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B/P33.2S-8173h52m12.0s+ 8m01.4s
5.10László HartmannL. HartmannMaserati8CM3.0S-8154h01m00.0s
DNF4H. Stuck / P. PietschAuto Union AGAuto UnionB5.6V-1613engine
DNF6Achille VarziAuto Union AGAuto UnionB5.6V-1612engine/gearbox?
DNF14Jean-Pierre WimilleAutomobiles E. BugattiBugattiT59S-86
DNF12Zdenek PohlV GutBugattiT512.3S-81
Fastest lap: Achille Varzi (Auto Union) in 12m45.0s or 12m49.0s or Rosemeyer 12m37s?
Winner's medium speed: 132.6 km/h (82.4 mph)
Weather:



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VI VELKÁ CENA MASARYKOVA

Brno (CS), 29 September 1935
15 laps x 29.142 km (18.108 mi) = 437.130 km (271.62 mi)
Note 1


No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngine

40Bruno SojkaB. SojkaBugattiT51A1.5S-8
42Florian SchmidtF. SchmidtBugattiT51A1.5S-8DNA
44Cholmondley-TapperCholmondley-TapperBugattiT37A1.5S-4DNA
46Pierre VeyronP. VeyronBugattiT51A1.5S-8
48Hans RüeschH. RüeschMaserati4CS1.5S-4
50Alexander WilhelmA. WilhelmBugattiT37A1.5S-4
52Antonín KomarA. KomarBugattiT37A1.5S-4
54Frantisek HoštálekF. HoštálekBugattiT37A1.5S-4
56Zdenek PohlZ. PohlMGK3 Magnette1.1S-6
60Rudolf SteinwegR. SteinwegBugattiT51A1.5S-8
62Richard SeamanR. SeamanERAB1.5S-6
64Antonio ValetteA. ValetteERAA1.5S-6
66Ettore BiancoE. BiancoMaserati4CM1.5S-4
68Giuseppe TuffanelliG. TuffanelliMaserati4CM1.1S-4
70Quirino LandiQ LandiMaserati4CM1.5S-4



Another Seaman triumph
Entries:

     
Practice:

     
Race:

     


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Again the Voiturettes raced together with the GP cars but this time they had a seperate start after the GP cars. A practice crash did not prevent Seaman from totally dominating the Masaryk Junior GP in his private, works maintained ERA. Veyron found his Bugatti outclassed finishing almost 4 minutes behind with local expert Bruno Sojka third.

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.62Richard SeamanR. SeamanERAB1.5S-6153h48m32.1s 
2.46Pierre VeyronP. VeyronBugattiT51A1.5S-8153h51m58.3s+ 3m26.2s
3.40Bruno SojkaB. SojkaBugattiT51A1.5S-8154h04m42.4s+ 15m10.3s
4.70Quirino LandiQ LandiMaserati4CM1.5S-4154h04m48.0s+ 16m05.9s
5.56Zdenek PohlZ. PohlMGK3 Magnette1.1S-613  
6.52Antonín KomarA. KomarBugattiT37A1.5S-412  
7.54Frantisek HoštálekF. HoštálekBugattiT37A1.5S-412  
DNF48Hans RüeschH. RüeschMaserati4CS1.5S-46  
DNF66Ettore BiancoE. BiancoMaserati4CM1.5S-45  
DNF60Rudolf SteinwegR. SteinwegBugattiT51A1.5S-82  
DNF50Alexander WilhelmA. WilhelmBugattiT37A1.5S-42  
DNF64Antonio ValetteA. ValetteERAA1.5S-62  
DNF68Giuseppe TuffanelliG. TuffanelliMaserati4CM1.1S-42  
Fastest lap: N/A
Winner's medium speed: 114.8 km/h (71.3 mph)
Weather:

Footnote:
1. Course length according to Il Litoriale and Le Figaro.



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I COPPA EDDA CIANO/CIRCUIT OF LUCCA

Lucca - Toscana (I), 29 September 1935
2 heats of 20 laps x 2.35 km (1.46 mi) = 47.0 km (29.2 mi)
Final: 50 laps x 2.35 km (1.46 mi) = 117.5 km (73.0 mi)



No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngine

2Luigi PagesL. PagesAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-8
4Eugenio SienaScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-6
6Eugenio FontanaE. FontanaAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-8
8Catullo LamiC. LamiMaserati261.5S-8
10Secondo CorsiS. CorsiMaserati26M2.5S-8
12Giovanni MinozziG. MinozziAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-8
14Renato BalestreroGruppo Genovese San GiorgioAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-8
16Victor-Hugo MallucciV-H. MallucciMaserati26M2.3S-8
18G. Cornaggia-MediciG. Cornaggia-MediciAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-8DNA
20Emilio RomanoE. RomanoBugattiT512.3S-8
22Giosue' CalamaiG. CalamaiAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-8DNA
24Pietro GhersiScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7?S-6
26Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8
28Carlo Felice TrossiCount TrossiTrossiDNA
30Ferdinando BarbieriF. BarbieriAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-8
32Gianfranco ComottiScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8
34Piero DusioScuderia SubalpinaMaserati26M2.3S-8
36Mario TadiniScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8
38Goffredo ZehenderScuderia AlpinaMaserati8CM3.0S-8DNA
40Giulio AyminiG. AyminiAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-8DNA



Tadinie leads Scuderia Ferrari to a triple victory.
The Circuit of Lucca was held the same day as the Czech Grand Prix. It was run in two heats plus a final.
Entries:

     
Practice:

     
Heat 1:

     
Pole Position
10
Corsi

Maserati

6
Fontana

Alfa Romeo

2
Pages

Alfa Romeo

26
Pintacuda

Alfa Romeo

14
Balestrero

Alfa Romeo

34
Dusio

Maserati

30
Barbieri

Alfa Romeo

(Note 1)

The first heat had to be stopped after a start crash involving Corsi (Maserati 8CM) and Barbieri (Alfa Romeo). Pintacuda (Alfa Romeo) won the heat from Balestrero (Alfa Romeo) and Fontana (Alfa Romeo).

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.26Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-82031m36.8s
2.14Renato BalestreroGruppo Genovese San GiorgioAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-82032m57.0s+ 1m20.2s
3.6Eugenio FontanaE. FontanaAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-82033m15.8s+ 1m39.0s
4.34Piero DusioScuderia SubalpinaMaserati26M2.3S-82033m45.0s+ 2m08.2s

5.2Luigi PagesL. PagesAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-819
DNF30Ferdinando BarbieriF. BarbieriAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-80crash
DNF10Secondo CorsiS. CorsiMaserati26M2.5S-80crash
Fastest lap: Carlo Pintacuda (Alfa Romeo) in 1m32.0s = 92.0 km/h (57.1 mph)
Winner's medium speed: 89.2 km/h (55.4 mph)
Weather:
Heat 2:

     
Pole Position
12
Minozzi

Alfa Romeo

8
Lami

Maserati

4
Siena

Maserati

20
Romano

Bugatti

16
Malucci

Maserati

36
Tadini

Alfa Romeo

32
Comotti

Alfa Romeo

24
Ghersi

Maserati

(Note 1)

The second heat was won by Tadini (Alfa Romeo) from Comotti (Alfa Romeo) and Siena (Maserati 6C-34).

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.36Mario TadiniScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-82030m33.4s
2.32Gianfranco ComottiScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-82030m33.6s+ 0.2s
3.4Eugenio SienaScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-62031m10.2s+ 36.8s
4.12Giovanni MinozziG. MinozziAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-82031m36.0s+ 1m02.6s Did not race in final
DNF24Pietro GhersiScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7?S-619Raced in final

DNF8Catullo LamiC. LamiMaserati261.5S-8
DNF16Victor-Hugo MallucciV-H. MallucciMaserati26M2.3S-8
DNF20Emilio RomanoE. RomanoBugattiT512.3S-8
Fastest lap: Mario Tadini (Alfa Romeo) in 1m27.2s = 97.0 km/h (60.3 mph)
Winner's medium speed: 92.3 km/h (57.3 mph)
Weather:
Final:

     
Pole Position
14
Balestrero

Alfa Romeo

36
Tadini

Alfa Romeo

32
Comotti

Alfa Romeo

24
Ghersi

Maserati

4
Siena

Maserati

34
Dusio

Maserati

26
Pintacuda

Alfa Romeo

6
Fontana

Alfa Romeo

(Note 2)

In the final the Ferrari team took another 1-2-3 victory with Maserati 8CM's of Dusio and Ghersi fourth and fifth.

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.36Mario TadiniScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8501h15m05.2s
2.32Gianfranco ComottiScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8501h15m20.0s+ 14.8s
3.26Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8501h15m28.6s+ 23.4s
4.34Piero DusioScuderia SubalpinaMaserati26M2.3S-8501h16m24.4s+ 1m19.2s
5.24Pietro GhersiScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7?S-6501h16m37.4s+ 1m32.2s
DNF6Eugenio FontanaE. FontanaAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-819engine
DNF4Eugenio SienaScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-610fuel feed
DNF14Renato BalestreroGruppo Genovese San GiorgioAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-85ignition
Fastest lap: Carlo Pintacuda (Alfa Romeo) in 1m25.6s = 98.8 km/h (61.4 mph)
Winner's medium speed: 93.9 km/h (58.3 mph)
Weather:

Footnote:
1. Grids probably wrong as they don't follow the format used in the final.

2. Grid reconstructed from picture supplied by Alessandro Silva.



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I DONINGTON GP

Donington Park (GB), 5 October 1935
120 laps x 4.107 km (2.552 mi) = 492.8 km (306.2 mi)



No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngine

1Earl HoweEarl HoweBugattiT593.3S-8
2Charles MartinC. MartinBugattiT593.3S-8
3Lindsay EcclesL. EcclesBugattiT593.3S-8
4Brian LewisF. W. DixonRiley1.8S-6
5Walter HandleyF. W. DixonRiley2000/62.0S-6
6Percy MaclureP. MaclureRiley2000/62.0S-6
7Hector DobbsH. DobbsRiley1.8S-6
8Raymond SommerR. SommerAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-8
9Dick ShuttleworthR. ShuttleworthAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8
10Harry RoseH. RoseAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-8
11William EverittScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-6
12"Buddy" FeatherstonhaughH. RoseMaserati8CM3.0S-8
14"B Bira""B Bira"ERAB1.5S-6
15Nicholas EmbiricosN. EmbiricosERAB1.5S-6DNA
16Giuseppe FarinaScuderia SubalpinaMaseratiV8RIV-8
17Luis FontesL. FontesAlfa RomeoTipo B/P3 2.9LDNA
18Austin DobsonA. DobsonMaserati8C3.0S-8



Shuttleworth wins after Martin's brakes fail
Entries:
None of the major works teams had shown up for the first ever GP road race held in Britain. The grid was made up of local drivers plus Bira's ERA, Sommer's private Alfa and the quasi works Maserati teams. Rovere showed up with a 6C-34 for Everitt and Farina had the Scuderia Subalpina V-8RI on loan.
Practice:
Sommer took the pole with a time of 2m04.8s from Farina (2m08.4s) and Maclure's Riley (2m14.8s)
     
Race:
The day was miserable and the rain stopped just 15 minutes before the start.
Pole Position
6
Maclure

Riley
2m14s

16
Farina

Maserati
2m08.4s

8
Sommer

Alfa Romeo
2m04s

12
Featherstonhaugh

Maserati
2m17s

1
Howe

Bugatti
2m16s

9
Shuttleworth

Alfa Romeo
2m19s

2
Martin

Bugatti
2m21.8s

10
Rose

Alfa Romeo
2m23s

14
"B Bira"

ERA
2m23s

4
Lewis

Riley
2m24s

5
Handley

Riley
2m17s

18
Dobson

Maserati
2m27s

7
Dobbs

Riley
2m23s

11
Everett

Maserati
2m23s

3
Eccles

Bugatti
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On the wet track Farina in the new Maserati immediately took command of the race followed by Sommer, Featherstonhaugh, Howe, Martin and Bira. During the race it started to rain again. Farina held a comfortable lead until 1/3 distance when he suddenly had to retire because of a broken half-shaft.
      Sommer was next in the lead followed by Martin and Howe. Shuttleworth in 4th place lost control and left the road in his attempt to hinder to be lapped by the leader but he was able to continue. At half distance Martin took the lead as Sommer made his pitstop. Sommer took up the chase but was black flagged as the bonnet came loose and he had to make a pitstop to correct it. Sommer took off once again with such a speed that he soon was forced to retire with the same problem as Farina.
      Featherstonhaugh retired with transmission trouble. Everett, who was in second place, could not stand the vibrations of his 6C-34 so team owner Rovere had to take over the car himself. On the wet track the race did not go on without incidents. Austin Dobson crashed his Maserati and the new leader Martin spun his Bugatti leaving Shuttleworth to take the lead and victory, Howe was second, Martin third despite his spin, Rovere fourth, Bira fifth and Eccles sixth in the Bugatti he shared with Fairfield.

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.9Dick ShuttleworthR. ShuttleworthAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-81204h47m12.0s
2.1Earl HoweEarl HoweBugattiT593.3S-81204h47m57.8s+ 45.8s
3.2Charles MartinC. MartinBugattiT593.3S-81204h49m47.4s+ 2m35.4s
4.11W. Everitt / G. RovereScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-61204h53m59.0s+ 6m47.0s
5.14"B Bira""B Bira"ERAB1.5S-61204h58m16.0s+ 11m04.0s
6.3L. Eccles / P. FairfieldL. EcclesBugattiT593.3S-81204h59m33.0s+ 12m21.0s
NC7H. Dobbs / B. von der BeckeH. DobbsRiley1.8S-6119
NC4B. Lewis / C. PaulF. W. DixonRiley1.8S-6117
NC5W. Handley / P. DriscollF. W. DixonRiley2000/62.0S-6115
DNF6Percy MaclureP. MaclureRiley2000/62.0S-695mechanical
DNF12"Buddy" FeatherstonhaughH. RoseMaserati8CM3.0S-882transmission
DNF8Raymond SommerR. SommerAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-870half shaft
DNF18Austin DobsonA. DobsonMaserati8C3.0S-867crash
DNF16Giuseppe FarinaScuderia SubalpinaMaseratiV8RIV-841half shaft
DNF10Harry RoseH. RoseAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-838engine
Fastest lap: N/A
Winner's medium speed: (103.0 km/h / 64.0 mph)
Pole position lap speed: 119.2 km/h (74.1 mph)
Weather:

With a special thanks to Emmanuel Rault



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IX COPPA MICHELE BIANCHI/COPPA DELLA SILA

Cosenza (I), 6 October 1935
3 heats of 20 laps x 2.5km = 50 km Final: 50 laps x 2.5 km = 125 km



No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngine

1Ettore BiancoE. BiancoMaserati4CM1.5S-4
2Nicola CherubiniN. CherubiniFiat5081.0DNA
3NappoNappoBNCDNA
4Tito MussoT. MussoFiatBalilla
5Pietro FerraroP. FerraroFiat5081.0DNA
6Mario BillottiLuigi PlatéTalbot7001.5
7AlfanoAlfanoFiat11001.1DNA
8Antonio BrivioScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-8
9Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-8
10Eugenio SienaScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-6
11Pietro GhersiScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-6
12Emilio RomanoE. RomanoBugattiT512.3S-8DNA
13Victor-Hugo MallucciV-H. MallucciMaserati26M2.3S-8
14Luigi FilipponeL. FilipponeAlfa RomeoDNA
15Renato BalestreroGruppo Genovese San GiorgioAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-8
16Antonio QuericoliA. QuericoliMaseratiDNA
17DecapitaniLuigi PlatéTalbot7001.5DNA
18Mario LombardiM. LombardiMaseratiDNA
19Luigi PagesL. PagesAlfa RomeoMonza2.3S-8DNA
20CortiCortiFiat11001.1DNA



Scuderia Ferrari vs. Scuderia Subalpina
The last international race in 1935 was held on October 6th with an entry of mostly Italian drivers. The race was run in three heats plus a final.
Entries:

     
Practice:

     
Heat 1:

     


GRID NOT AVAILABLE


     

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.1Ettore BiancoE. BiancoMaserati4CM1.5S-42038m46.4s 
2.6Mario BillottiLuigi PlatéTalbot7001.52039m36.4s+ 50.0s
3.4Tito MussoT. MussoFiatBalilla2041m56.2s+ 3m09.8s
Fastest lap:
Winner's medium speed:
Pole position lap speed:
Weather:
Heat 2:

     


GRID NOT AVAILABLE


     

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.9Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-82034m56.6s
2.11Pietro GhersiScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-62039m36.4s+ 1m28.6s
3.15Renato BalestreroGruppo Genovese San GiorgioAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-82041m56.2s+ 2m39.2s
Fastest lap:
Winner's medium speed:
Pole position lap speed:
Weather:
Heat 3:

     


GRID NOT AVAILABLE


     

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.8Antonio BrivioScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-82033m58.2s
2.10Eugenio SienaScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-62034m04.4s+ 06.2s
3.13Victor-Hugo MallucciV-H. MallucciMaserati26M2.3S-82038m01.6s+ 4m03.4s
Fastest lap:
Winner's medium speed:
Pole position lap speed:
Weather:
Final:

     


GRID NOT AVAILABLE

Bianco (Maserati 4CM) won the first heat, Pintacuda (Alfa Romeo - Ferrari) the second and Brivio (Alfa Romeo - Ferrari) the third. In the final the victory went to Brivio's Ferrari entered Alfa from Ghersi's private Maserati.

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/Status

1.8Antonio BrivioScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-8501h26m57.0s
2.11Pietro GhersiScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-649
3.1Ettore BiancoE. BiancoMaserati4CM1.5S-447 
4.15Renato BalestreroGruppo Genovese San GiorgioAlfa RomeoMonza2.6S-845
5.6Mario BillottiLuigi PlatéTalbot7001.541 
DNF10Eugenio SienaScuderia SubalpinaMaserati6C-343.7S-650
DNF9Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa RomeoTipo B3.2S-850
Fastest lap:
Winner's medium speed:
Pole position lap speed:
Weather:

Star 6 October 1935: Hans Stuck (Auto Union) wins the Feldbergrennen hillclimb in Germany.



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V MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP

Brooklands (GB), 19 October 1935
10 laps x 1.883 km (1.170 mi) = 18.83 km (11.7 mi)



No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngine

1Lindsay EcclesL. EcclesBugattiT593.3S-8DNA
2Dick ShuttleworthR. ShuttleworthAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8
3Ronnie JarvisJarvisMaserati8CM3.0S-8DNA
4Raymond MaysH. W. CookERAB1.5S-6
5"B Bira""B Bira"ERAB1.5S-6
6Patrick DriscollSir Herbert AustinAustin7S-4
7Charles MartinC. MartinBugattiT593.3S-8
8Harry RoseH. RoseMaserati8CM3.0S-8
9John AppletonJ. AppletonAppletonSpecial-Riley
10Cyril PaulF. W. DixonRiley2000/62.0S-6
11"Buddy" FeatherstonhaughR. FeatherstonhaughMaserati26M2.5S-8



Shuttleworth's sprint victory
The Montain Championship was part of the B.A.R.C. October Meeting at Brooklands. Apart from the Mountain scratch race there were handicap races won by R. Marker (Bentley 6.6L), C. Follet (Alvis 2.8L), P. G. Fairfield (ERA 1.1L), A. F. P. Fane (Frazer-Nash 1.5L), Mrs P. Oxenden (Alta 1.1L), W. A. Bowen-buscarlet (Riley 1.1L), N. Lloyd (M.G. 1-3L),
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 Grid in line across the track. 


     

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/StatusDiff

1.2Dick ShuttleworthR. ShuttleworthAlfa RomeoTipo B2.9S-8108m59.2s
2.7Charles MartinC. MartinBugattiT593.3S-8109m05.6s+ 6.6s
3.5"B Bira""B Bira"ERAB1.5S-6109m20.8s+ 21.6s
4.8Harry RoseH. RoseMaserati8CM3.0S-8109m28.8s+ 29.2s
5.11"Buddy" FeatherstonhaughR. FeatherstonhaughMaserati26M2.5S-8109m37.4s+ 38.0s
6.6Patrick DriscollSir Herbert AustinAustin7S-4109m57.8s+ 58.6s
7.10Cyril PaulF. W. DixonRiley2000/62.0S-61010m16.0s+ 1m16.8s
DNF4Raymond MaysH. W. CookERAB1.5S-64supercharger
DNF9John AppletonJ. AppletonAppletonSpecial-Riley2mechnical
Fastest lap: Dick Shuttleworth (Alfa Romeo) in 51.6s = 131.4 km/h (81.6 mph)
Winner's medium speed: 125.7 km/h (78.1 mph)
Weather:

Star 2 - 12 November 1935: Auto Union held their yearly test for new drivers at Nürburgring with the following results:
        (Rosemeyer)   10m59.4s
         Heydel       11m11.3s 
         von Delius   11m20.0s
         Scheeff      11m24.2s
         Hasse        11m29.1s
         Simons       11m29.3s  
         Bigalke      11m57.0s
         Loof         13m22.2s
         Geiss        13m35.4s
         Hahn         crashed
Rudolf Heydel, Ernst von Delius and Rudolf Hasse were selected as junior drivers for the 1936 season.



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