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XIV° GRAN PREMIO D'ITALIA
AUTODROMO DI MONZA (I), 13 SEPTEMBER 1936
72 laps x 6.890 km = 496.1 km


No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngine

2Hans StuckAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-16
4Bernd RosemeyerAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-16
6Achille VarziAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-16
8Ernst von DeliusAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-16
Rudolf HasseAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-16DNS - reserve
10Carlo Felice TrossiScuderia TorinoMaseratiV8RI4.8V-8
12Clemente BiondettiScuderia MaremmanaMaserati6C-343.7S-6
12Clemente BiondettiScuderia MaremmanaMaserati8CM3.0S-8DNS - alternative car
12de RhamScuderia MaremmanaMaserati8CM3.0S-8DNS - alternative driver
14Pietro GhersiScuderia MaremmanaMaserati6C-343.7S-6
16Piero DusioScuderia TorinoMaserati6C-343.7S-6
Ettore BiancoScuderia TorinoMaseratiDNS - reserve
18Tazio NuvolariScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo12C-364.1V-12
20Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo8C-353.8S-8
22Giuseppe FarinaScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo12C-64.1V-12
24René DreyfusScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo12C-364.1V-12


The Italian GP was raced with the same track layout as the year before but with four chicanes this time. Mercedes were absent but Auto Union, Scuderia Ferrari and Maserati were all there in force. During practice Elly Beinhorn-Rosemeyer also did two laps in the Auto Union.

Grid:
Pole
18
Nuvolari

Alfa Romeo
3m00.6s

2
Stuck

Auto Union
2m58.8s

4
Rosemeyer

Auto Union
2m56.4s

6
Varzi

Auto Union
3m02.0s

8
von Delius

Auto Union
3m01.8s

24
Dreyfus

Alfa Romeo

20
Pintacuda

Alfa Romeo

22
Farina

Alfa Romeo

16
Dusio

Maserati

10
Trossi

Maserati

14
Ghersi

Maserati

12
Biondetti

Maserati



Race:
Nuvolari took the start but on the third lap Rosemeyer took over the lead of the race. On lap 17 the Auto Unions were reduced from four to two as Varzi retired with engine troubles and Stuck had his second bad crash in a month when he missed the braking for the third chicane. The car went straight through the chicane before it crashed into a tree. The car made a somersault and the driver was thrown out. The wreck landed on its wheels near Stuck who was lying in the middle of the track. But incredibly Stuck walked away from the site unhurt apart from a minor concussion. From that on there was no one that could hinder Rosemeyer from taking his fifth and last victory of the year. Nuvolari followed him home in second place and von Delius was third in front of Dreyfus' and Pintacuda's works Ferrari Alfas. Rosemeyer had been confident about winning the Italian GP, after all the race was held on September 13th!

Results

Pos.No.DriverEntrantCarTypeEngineLapsTime/Status

1.4Bernd RosemeyerAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-16723h43m25.0s = 135.35 km/h.
2.18Tazio NuvolariScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo12C-364.1V-1272+ 2:05.3
3.8Ernst von DeliusAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-1670
4.24René DreyfusScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo12C-364.1V-1270
5.20Carlo PintacudaScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo8C-353.8S-868
6.16Piero DusioScuderia TorinoMaserati6C-343.7S-659
DNF22Giuseppe FarinaScuderia FerrariAlfa Romeo12C-364.1V-1257mechanical
7.10C. F. Trossi / E. BiancoScuderia TorinoMaseratiV8RI4.8V-849? engine?
DNF12Clemente BiondettiScuderia MaremmanaMaserati6C-343.7S-630
DNF6A. Varzi / R. HasseAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-1617engine
DNF2Hans StuckAuto Union AGAuto UnionC6.0V-1617crash
DNF14Pietro GhersiScuderia MaremmanaMaserati6C-343.7S-62
Fastest lap: Bernd Rosemeyer (Auto Union) on lap 14 in 2m59.6s =
Weather:


 

19 SEPTEMBER 1936: Dixon / Martin (Riley) wins the BRDC 500 Miles handicap race at Brooklands, England



   
V° CIRCUITO DI MODENA
MODENA (I), 21 SEPTEMBER 1936
50 laps x ? km = ? km, 12 starters.

Scuderia Ferrari entered no less than five cars for the Milan GP, including a 12 cylinder car for Nuvolari. The race was run after the Voiturette race. Nuvolari was on pole position but it was Tadini who took the start to lead from Biondetti and Nuvolari. Nuvolari passed Biondetti, who soon afterwards retired, for second and on the third lap Nuvolari took the lead from Tadini. tHey were folloed by Farina, Pintacuda and Severi, the Alfa Romeo cars dominating the event outclassing the Scuderia Torino Masertis of Barbieri, Dusio and Ghersi. At half distance Nuvolari had managed to open a 11 second gap to Tadini. The top positions remained the same to the finish, the four Alfa Romeo cars cruising to take the flag with Nuvolari claiming the Italian Championship.

DNA: Siena (Maserati *2)

Grid:
Pole
6
Tadini

Alfa Romeo

18
Biondetti

Alfa Romeo

2
Nuvolari

Alfa Romeo

8
Severi

Alfa Romeo

4
Farina

Alfa Romeo

10
Pintacuda

Alfa Romeo

12
Battaglia

Alfa Romeo

22
Ghersi

Maserati

20
Dusio

Maserati

16
Barbieri

Maserati

14
de Rham

Alfa Romeo

(Note 1)



Results: 
   1 Nuvolari            (Alfa Romeo 12C-36 4.1L *) 1:26:58.4
   2 Tadini              (Alfa Romeo  8C-35 3.8L *) +     9.4
   3 Farina              (Alfa Romeo  8C-35 3.8L *)  - 1 lap 
   4 Severi              (Alfa Romeo 2900 A *)       - 3 laps
   5 F Barbieri          (Maserati 6C-34 *3)         - 4 laps (ex-Torino)
   6 Battaglia           (Alfa Romeo Tipo B 2.9L)    - 4 laps
   7 Dusio               (Maserati 6C-34 3.7L *2)    - 4 laps
 DNF Pintacuda           (Alfa Romeo 2900 A *)        10 laps  differential
 DNF de Rham/ Villoresi  (Maserati 6C-34 3.7L  *3)   6 laps  mechanical
 DNF Ghersi              (Maserati 6C-34 3.7L *2)      6 laps
 DNF Biondetti           (Alfa Romeo Tipo B 3.2L *3)   1 lap

   *  Entered by Scuderia Ferrari
   *2 Entered by Scuderia Torino 
   *3 Entered by Scuderia Maremanna 

   Fastest lap: Nuvolari (Alfa Romeo) 1:41.6
 



    
V° CIRCUITO DI MODENA
MODENA (I), 21 SEPTEMBER VOITURETTE
25 laps, 10 Starters

Count Trossi in the works Maserati 6CM took the lead at the start and held it to the finish in a convincing style. Maserati cars finished 1-2-3-4-5 with Luigi Platé's ancient Talbot in 6th place.

Grid:
Pole
18
Bianco

Maserati

24
Barbieri

Maserati

16
Biondetti

Maserati

10
Baruffi

Maserati

2
Bergamini

Maserati

28
Carnevalli

Bugatti

8
Colini

Maserati

30
Prosperi

Maserati

6
Radice

Fiat

4
Marazza

Maserati

12
Gessner

Maserati

26
Meroni

Maserati

14
Righetti

Maserati

22
Bianchi

Maserati

36
Trossi

Maserati

34
Platé

Talbot



DNA/DNS: ? Tenni (Maserati *)

Results: 

   1 Trossi     (Maserati 6CM *)     47:13.2
   2 Biondetti  (Maserati 4CM *3)   + 1:48.6
   3 Righetti   (Maserati 4Cs)      - 1 lap
   4 Prosperi   (Maserati 4CM *2)   - 1 lap
   5 Bergamini  (Maserati 4CM 1.1L) - 2 laps
   6 L Platé    (Talbot)            - 2 laps
   7 Gessner    (Maserati 4CM)      - 3 laps
   8 Carnevalli (Bugatti T39A)      - 3 laps
   9 Baruffi    (Maserati 4CM)      - 3 laps
  10 Meroni     (Maserati 4CM)      - 5 laps
 DNF Barbieri   (Maserati 4CM *3)    14 laps  engine
 DNF A Bianchi  (Maserati 4CM)       11 laps 
 DNF Radice     (Fiat Ballila 1.1L)   9 laps
 DNF Bianco     (Maserati 4CM)        7 laps  engine
 DNF Marazza    (Maserati 4CS)        4 laps
 DNF Colini     (Maserati 4CM *2)

   *  Entered by Officine A Maserati
  *2  Entered by Scuderia Impero
  *3  Entered by Scuderia Maremmana
  *4  Entered by Vittorio Stanguellini

   Fastest lap: Trossi (Maserati) 1:50

 

27 SEPTEMBER 1936: Rosemeyer (Auto Union) wins the Feldbergrennen hillclimb in Germany.



   
II DONINGTON GP
DONINGTON PARK (GB), 3 OCTOBER 1936
120 laps x 4.106 km (2.552 mi) = 492.8 km (306.2 mi), 39 starters.

The start field consisted mostly of local drivers. Tongue and Whitehead had their ERAs, Martin and Austin Dobson their Tipo B Alfas and Bira and Cholmondley-Tapper a Maserati 8CMs. The only modern GP car in the field was Rüesch's newly bought Tipo 8C-35.
      The grid positions were drawn. Not unexpectedly the race was won by Rüesch who shared his Alfa with Seaman. Martin was second from Whitehead, Tongue, Bira and Dobson.

DNA: 20 Curtis (Salmson)


Grid:
Pole
2
Cholmondley-Tapper

Maserati

11
Clarke

Delahaye

5
Maclure

Riley

6
Parnell

MG

9
Taylor

Bugatti

23
Carriere

Delahaye

4
Junker

Alta

19
A Dobson

Alfa Romeo

18
"B Bira"

Maserati

3
Powys-Lybbe

Alfa Romeo

11
Rüesch

Alfa Romeo

7
Scribbans

ERA

8
Whitehead

ERA

17
Connell

Alfa Romeo

14
Briault

ERA

10
Martin

Alfa Romeo

22
Schell

Delahaye

21
Le Bègue

Delahaye

24
Kautz

Maserati

15
Tongue

ERA

1
White

Bugatti

16
A Dobson

ERA



Results: 
   1 Rüesch/Seaman      (Alfa Romeo Tipo 8C-35 3.8L) 4:25:22 (111.4 km/h / 69.2 mph)
   2 Martin             (Alfa Romeo Tipo B 2.9L)    +   3:03
   3 Whitehead/Walker   (ERA B)                     +   6:13
   4 Tongue             (ERA-B)                     +   7:07 
   5 "B Bira"           (Maserati 8CM *2)           +   7:57
   6 A Dobson           (Alfa Romeo Tipo B)         +   9:38
   7 Powes-Lybbe        (Alfa Romeo)                - 2 laps
   8 Carrière/Field     (Delahaye 135S 3.6L *)      - 2 laps
   9 Connell/K Evans    (Alfa Romeo)                - 5 laps
  10 A Dobson/Leitch    (ERA)                       - 5 laps
  11 Clarke/Faulkner    (Delahaye 135)              - 6 laps
  12 Schell/"Selbourne" (Delahaye 135S 3.6L *)      - 6 laps
  13 Briault/D Evans    (ERA)                       - 7 laps
  14 Taylor/Baron       (Bugatti)                   - 8 laps
  15 Le Bègue/Don       (Delahaye 135S 3.6L *)       -20 laps
 DNF Dobbs/Scribbans    (ERA)                        67 laps  engine 
 DNF Parnell            (MG)                         58 laps  axle shaft
 DNF Kautz              (Maserati)                   55 laps  piston
 DNF Cholmondley-Tapper (Maserati)                   42 laps  steering
 DNF White              (Bugatti)                    23 laps  propeller shaft
 DNF Jucker             (Alta)                       23 laps  oil pressure
 DNF Maclure            (Riley)                       1 laps  big end

   *  Entered by "Alan Selbourne"
   *2 Entered by Prince Chula of Siam
 
   Fastest lap: ?
  

6 - 7 OCTOBER 1936: Auto Union hold their yearly test for new drivers at Nürburgring with the following results:
	 Müller     11:08.0 
	 Bäumer     11:33.0
	 Brudes     11:55.0 
	 Steinbach  12.43.1
	 Schweder   crashed
Müller was selected as driver for the 1937 season.
8 - 22 OCTOBER 1936: Mercedes-Benz held a "driver school" at Nürburgring with 27 drivers, of which the top 14 tried the GP car. Those 14 where:
         Fritz Back, employee of D-B AG
         Heinz Brendel, Frankfurt am Main
         Willy Briem, Ludwigsburg, driving teacher, Amilcar driver
         Hermann Gunzenhauser, Neidlingen, motorcycle driver (Jawa)
         Heinz-Hugo Hartmann, Dortmund, employee of D-B AG
         Paul Heinemann, Geilenkirchen
         Leonhardt Joa, Pirmasens, Bugatti driver
         Christian Kautz, Switzerland
         Paul Köppen, Berlin, sales man of D-B AG
         Georg Lindenmaier, Untertürkheim, mechanic in racing department
         Alfred Neher, emploee of D-B AG
         Friedrich Schneider, employee of D-B AG
         Hans Schumann, Nüremberg/Stuttgart?, motorcycle driver (NSU)
         Richard Seaman, Great Britain, Voiturette driver

Of the 13 other participiating the following 5 are known by name:
         Hermann Fischer, employee of D-B AG
         Hoffelner, Austria?           
         Hans Holzwarth, employee of D-B AG
         Herbert Lauenstein, employee of D-B AG
         Hermann Schmitz, had a fatal crash at the Karussell 
         (Schmitz is called "Johann Wolf" in Neubauer's biography)
Later on a motorcycle driver named Steinbach joined the group and made some laps before giving up.
Seaman and Kautz were selected as junior drivers for 1937.
(Information courtesy supplied by DaimlerChrysler AG)



    
I GEORGE VANDERBILT CUP RACE
ROOSEVELT RACEWAY - New York (USA), 12 OCTOBER 1936
75 laps x 6.39 km = 479.25 km, 31/45? starters.

The season ended in the revived Vanderbilt Cup in New York. William K. Vanderbilt had sponsored road races at Long Island 1904 - 1910. His nephew George took up the idea anew in the late 1930s.
      The Scuderia Ferrari sent Nuvolari, Brivio and Farina to New York to take part. Other European entries included the V-8RIs of Étancelin (private) and Trossi (Scuderia Torino), Sommer in his private Tipo B ALfa, Wimille's Bugatti and Fairfield's ERA.
      The rest of the field were made up of Americans in dirt track cars with two-speed gearboxes. Although the track layout was incredibly twisty, the Americans were sadly totally outclassed by the GP cars once the European drivers came to terms with the very loose dirt track surface. Even with the fact that Nuvolari's 12 cylinder Alfa Romeo was running on only 11 cylinders the ""Flying Mantuan" was to dominate the race completely winning by 9 minutes from Wimille's Bugatti. Brivio was third from Sommer with Trossi fifth in his V-8RI, Étancelin's Maserati having retired.
      The first American home was Rose in his Burd Piston Special finishing sixth almost 25 minutes behind Nuvolari.

DNA: 35 Winnal (Mercedes), 39 F McGurk (Dreyer), 63 F Wearne (Well), 
     68 L Lado (Oak Hill Spl.), 71 ? (Stevens), 72 ? (Sohn Fell Spl.), 
     73 J Moretti (DuPont Spl.), 74 D Moore (D&M Spl.)
DNS: 19 Z Meyer(Rigling), 33 R Mayes (Sommers), 47 B Lewis (Bugatti), 
     56 B Branfon (Duesenberg), 
DNQ: 61 J Cebula (Miller), 64 M Caruso (Mercedes) 


Grid:
Pole
9
Brivio

Alfa Romeo
17m54.15s

7
Winn

Well
18m01.77s

3
Shaw

Stevens-M
18m13.92s

69
Connor

Adams-M
18m23.22s

15
Litz

Stevens-M
19m26.86s

34
Putnam

Nowiak-M
19m28.17s

26
Shafer

Rigling-M
20m16.09s

8
Nuvolari

Alfa Romeo
17m09.62s

10
Farina

Alfa Romeo
17m24.40s

51
Swanson

Wetteroth-O
18m05.54s

5
Cantlon

Adams-M
18m08.96s

6
S Gardner

Duesemberg-M
18m12.20s

17
C Gardner

Miller-M
18m27.07s

18
Wimille

Bugatti
18m28.02s

42
Wilman

Stevens-M
18m32.92s

29
"Raph"

Maserati
18m41.80s

66
Zarka

Ambler-M
18m42.93s

43
Snyder

Stevens-M
18m46.62s

16
Sommer

Alfa Romeo
18m49.10s

20
Marion

Miller-M
18m50.04s

22
Horn

Stevens-M
18m50.24s

59
Decker

Duesemberg-D
18m53.45s

46
Fairfield

ERA
19m02.53s

32
Rose

Stevens-M
19m04.15s

53
Tormei

Wetteroth-O
19m15.81s

2
Commings

Miller-O
19m28.11s

4
Andres

Diedt-M
19m34.34s

21
Stapp

Viglioni-M
19m50.03s

25
Davis

Rigling-M
19m50.34s

12
McEvoy

Maserati
19m51.50s

67
Lake

Ambler-M
19m53.94s

24
Etancelin

Maserati
19m55.97s

36
Carew

Rigling-M
19m56.88s

28
Evans

Bugatti
20m01.61s

65
Banks

Diedt-M
20m05.61s

48
Rayson

Maserati
20m06.40s

14
Brisko

Miller-M
20m06.43s

23
Snowberger

Rigling-M
20m07.93s

38
Thorne

Miller-M
20m24.88s

57
Chamberlain

Duesemberg-M
20m36.37?s

45
Howe

ERA
20m35.63?s

37
Lewis

ERA
20m46.53s

44
Gulotta

Stevens-M
20m54.31s

49
Phillips

Bugatti
21m00.13s

52
Balus

Duesemberg-D
21m13.08s



Results: 
   1 Tazio Nuvolari          (Alfa Romeo 12C-36 4.1L*) 4:32:44.4       
   2 Jean-Pierre Wimille     (Bugatti T59 4.7L *2)     +  8:15.89 
   3 Antonio Brivio          (Alfa Romeo 12C-36 4.1L*) + 13:00.35
   4 Raymond Sommer          (Alfa Romeo Tipo B 3.2l)  + 14:15.46
   5 Pat Fairfield           (ERA-A *3)                + 24:04.48
   6 Fred McEvoy/Carlo Trossi(Maserati 4CM - works)    + 24:41.77
   7 Bill Cummings           (Miller-Offenhauser)      + 24:59.06
   8 Mauri Rose              (Stevens-Miller)          + 25:01.22
   9 Philippe Étancelin      (Maserati V8-RI)          + 26:21.17
  10 Erich Litz/Tony Wilman  (Stevens-Miller)          + 28:21.77
  11 Speed Gardner           (Duesemberg-Miller)       + 31:22.64
  12 Emil Andres             (Diedt-Miller)            + 33:10.92
  13 Earl Howe               (ERA-B *3)                + 33:27.70
  14 David Evans             (Bugatti T51)             + 34:58.49
  15 Brian Lewis             (ERA-B)                   + 35:33.22
  16 Rick Decker             (Duesemberg)              + 35:34.58   
  17 Al Putnam               (Nowiak-Miller)           -   1 lap
  18 Teddy Rayson            (Maserati 4CM 1.5L)       -   1 lap
  19 Roy Lake                (Ambler-Miller)           -   2 laps
  20 Henry Banks             (Diedt-Miller)            -   3 laps 
 DNF George Connor           (Adams-Miller)               72 laps  engine
  21 Chet Gardner            (Miller)                  -   3 laps
  22 Elias Zarka             (Ambler-Miller)           -   4 laps
  23 Bob Swanson             (Wetteroth-Offenhauser)   -   4 laps
  24 Tony Gulotta            (Stevens-Miller)          -   6 laps
  25 Georges Shafer          (Rigling-Miller)          -   6 laps
  26 Bruce Carew             (Rigling-Miller)          -  10 laps
  27 Frank Brisko            (Miller)                  -  10 laps
 DNF Billy Winn              (Well-Miller)                62 laps  rear axle
  28 Lewis Balus             (Duesemberg)
  29 Ted Chamberlain         (Duesemberg-Miller)                                     
  30 Louis Tormei            (Wetteroth-Offenhauser)
 DNF Russ Snowberger         (Rigling-Miller)             61 laps  brakes
 DNF Joel Thorne             (Miller)                     49 laps  universal joint
 DNF Babe Stapp              (Viglioni-Miller)            48 laps  fuel tank
 DNF Ted Horn                (Stevens-Miller)             45 laps  stalled
 DNF Jimmy Snyder            (Stevens-Miller)             40 laps  fuel tank
 DNF Shorty Cantlon          (Adams-Miller)               35 laps  valve
 DSQ Floyd Davis             (Rigling-Miller)             30 laps  car towed
 DNF Tony Wilman             (Stevens-Miller)             21 laps  steering
 DNF Nino Farina             (Alfa-Romeo 12C-36 4.1L*)    17 laps  steering
 DSQ "Raph"                  (Maserati V8-RI               9 laps  push start
 DNF Overton Phillips        (Bugatti)                     8 laps  connecting rod
 DNF Milt Marion             (Miller)                      3 laps  clutch
 DNF Wilbur Shaw             (Stewens-Miller)              2 laps  crash

   *  Entered by Scuderia Ferrari
   *2 Entered by Automobiles Bugatti
   *3 Entered by H W Cook
 
   Fastest lap: Nuvolari (Alfa Romeo) 3:25.42
 



   
VI MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP
BROOKLANDS (GB), 17 OCTOBER 1936
10 laps, 15 starters

 

DNA: 1 Whitehead (ERA), 11 Austin Dobson (Alta *4)

Grid in line across the track. Race numbers:
    2 Austin Dobson, 3 Martin, 4 Ms. Petre, 5 Dodson, 6 mays, 7 Arthus Dobson, 
    8 Wakefield, 9 Cholmondley-Tapper, 10 Cormack, 12 Rüesch, 14 Scribbans, 
    15 "B Bira", 16 Fane 

Results:  
   1 Mays               (ERA-B *2)                 8:41.4         
   2 Rüesch             (Alfa Romeo 8C-35 3.8L)  +    7.2  
   3 "B Bira"           (Maserati 8CM 3.0L *5)   +    8.4
   4 Cholmondley-Tapper (Maserati 8CM 3.0L *3)   +    8.4
   5 C Dodson           (Austin 7 *)             +   39.0
   6 Wakefield          (Alta 56S)               +   41.8
   7 Arthur Dobson      (ERA-B)                  +   43.0
   8 Scribbans          (ERA-B)                  +   47.4
   9 Ms. Petre          (Riley 1.5L)             + 1:01.2     
  10 Martin             (Alfa Romeo Tipo B 3.2L) + 1:07.6
  11 Austin Dobson      (Alfa Romeo Tipo B 2.9L) + 1:34.4 
 DNF Cormack            (Alta)                     9 laps
 DNF Fane               (Frazer Nash-Gough *6)     1 lap 

   *  Entered by Lord Austin
   *2 Entered by HW Cook  
   *3 Entered by Miss E Ellison
   *4 Entered by P F Jucker 
   *5 Entered by Prince Chula of Siam
   *6 Entered by H J Aldington
 



    
GRAN PREMIO CIUDAD DE BUENOS AIRES
Costanera Norte - Buenos Aires (RA), 18 OCTOBER 1936 FUERZA LIBRE
3 heats + final, 30 laps x 2,65 km = 79,5 km, 25 starters

This Argentinian race was run in three heats with the top 11 drivers going to the final. The entry list consisted of South American drivers. The first heat was won by local driver Enrique Moyano (Ford), Brazilian Manoel de Teffé (Alfa Romeo) winning the second and Argentinian Zatuszek (Mercedes Benz) the third.
      The Argentinians dominated the final, Arrzani took an immediate lead and also took the flag followed by Zatuszek and Brosutti to give Argentina a triple victory. De Teffé was fourth as only non Argentinian in the top six, followed by Moyano and Angel Garabato (Chrysler)

No grid or race numbers available.

Results: 
   1 Arzani       (Alfa Romeo 8C 2.9)  42:38.4   
   2 Zatuszek     (Mercedes-Benz SSK)  43:05.4
   3 Brosutti     (Mercedes-Benz)      43:43
   4 de Teffé     (Alfa Romeo)         44:01         
   5 Moyano       (Ford)             -  1 lap
   6 Garabato     (Chrysler)         -  2 laps
   7 Taddia       (Chevrolet)        -  3 laps
   8 Ochoteco     (Ford V8)          -  4 laps
 DNF A. McCarthy  (De Soto-Chrysler 6)
 DNF A. Rossi     (Ford V8)
 DNF D. Lopes     (Hudson)  [BR]

 DNQ G. Perez     (Lancia Lambda-Chrysler) 
 DNQ J. Lira      (Ford V8) 
 DNQ P. Pessatti  (?) 
 DNQ D. Zaffaroni (Ford Record) 
 DNQ A. Dorso     (Ford) 
 DNQ A. Malusardi (Ford B-Miller) 
 DNQ A. Pereyra   (Ford V8) 
 DNQ E. Donzino   (Hudson Bucci 6) 
 DNQ A. Talavera  (Hudson) A. 
 DNQ Lopes/F. Martin (Fiat 520/519) 
 DNQ H. Abramor   (Viglione-Chrysler 8 Imperial Insignia de Oro) 
 DNQ R. Riganti   (Duesenberg S-J) 
 DNQ E. Forrest-Greene (Rosa Spl) 
 DNQ A. Vallone   (Ford V8)

   Fastest lap: Zatuszek (Mercedes) 1m20s
   
 

20 DECEMBER 1936: Magistri (Lancia) wins the TARGA FLORIO Sports car race at Madonie, Sicily. (Results)
26 DECEMBER 1936: O. Cranston (Ford V8 Spl) wins the Australian GP handicap race at Victor Harbour.


AIACR EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP TABLE





FOOTNOTES:
    1. Grid type confirmed by photographic evidence (with thanks to Alessandro Silva)


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