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#1 sramoa

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Posted 24 December 2009 - 08:23

Hi all!

I searching these races results and any infos:

28th July 1946 Formula Libre race 1 o Quinta da Boa Vista won:Oldemar Ramos
15th December 1946 Formula Libre race 2 o Quinta da Boa Vista won:Chico Landi
31th December 1946 Grand Prix de Uruguay-Circuito Playa Ramirez,Montevideo won:Pablo Pessatti

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#2 sramoa

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Posted 05 February 2010 - 15:23

Somebody have any info these races?

#3 Boniver

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Posted 05 February 2010 - 20:17

28 juli 1946 Circuito da Quinta de Boa Vista (1x)
Quinta da BOIA Vista - Rio de Jameiro

1 Oldemar Ramos Ramos - Alfa Romeo
2 Nascimenbo Jr - Alfa Romeo
3 Benidito Lopes - Maserati
4 Henrique Casini - Maserati

15 dec 1946 Provas Organizadas pelo Piratininga motor clube -
Interlagos Sao Paulo autodrome

1 Oldemar Ramos Alfa Romeo
2 Geraldo Avellae Alfa Romeo
3 Domingos Zamarco Ford
4 Joao Santo Mauro Ford
- Jose Zaza Mercedes
- Valil Hadadd Ameral Jr
- Gabriel Falco x
- Antonio Fernandes da Silva x


27 juli 1946 Provas Org pelo Piratingo - sport race (FL)
Interlagos autodrome - Interlagos
10 R x
1 Chico Landi - Mercury
2 Alvaro Cardoso Citroen
3 Carlos Walter Chevrolet


6 okt 1946 Grande Premio de la Gavea- cicuit Gavea
pilotes europa forfet > no race in Gavea

6 okt 1946 Circuit da Quinta de Boa Vista II
Premio Cronicie Esportive
Quinta di Boa Vista Rio de Janairo - Seo Cristavao
60 r x
1 Chico Landi Alfa Romeo
2 Gino Bianco - Maserati
3 Annuar de Gioes Maserati
4 Giacomo Palmeiri Maserati
5
6 Manuel de Teffe Maserati

forfet
Nuvalari
Villoresi
Varzi
Rugglie
Plate
Palmieri
Pintacude

xx december 1946 GP Uruguay
Montevideio Playa

1 Pablo Pessatti Alfa Romeo
2
3













#4 Franciscomuniz1

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Posted 19 June 2011 - 00:26

Hi all!

I searching these races results and any infos:

28th July 1946 Formula Libre race 1 o Quinta da Boa Vista won:Oldemar Ramos
15th December 1946 Formula Libre race 2 o Quinta da Boa Vista won:Chico Landi
31th December 1946 Grand Prix de Uruguay-Circuito Playa Ramirez,Montevideo won:Pablo Pessatti

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I wish everybody Merry Christmas

Dear Sramoa< there are many erros in the results of the two races, 28 july and 15 december. The correct results are:
28, july, 1946, quinta da Boa Vista: 1) Oldemar Ramos 2)Geraldo Avellar 3)Domingos Lopes 4) Henrique Casini.
See this race in the newspaper "Jornal do Brasil", 30th, july, page 8:
http://news.google.c...8...tpage&hl=en

15th december 1946, quinta da Boa Vista:Prêmio Crônica Esportiva 1)francisco Landi, Alfa-Corse 8c-308 2)Gino Bianco, Maserati 3)Annuar de Góes, Alfa-Romeo 4)Giacomo Palmieri, Italia, DNF: a) Carlo Pintacuda, Maserati 4CL 1500 b) Antonio Fernandes da Silva, Maserati c) Manoel de Teffé (crash) d)Enrico Plate, IT.
For more infos, see "Jornal do Brasil, 17/12/1946, P 11.

Best regards,
Francisco Muniz, Rio de Janeiro.

#5 Franciscomuniz1

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Posted 17 September 2011 - 00:55


Dear Boniver, the correct date of race at Quinta da Boa Vista, at 6 okt 1946 is 15 December 1946. Look a complete report in newspaper "Jornal do Brasil", at 17/12/1946, page 11.The url:http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=0qX8s2k1IRwC&
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dat=19461217&printsec=frontpage&hl=pt-BR

28 juli 1946 Circuito da Quinta de Boa Vista (1x)
Quinta da BOIA Vista - Rio de Jameiro

1 Oldemar Ramos Ramos - Alfa Romeo
2 Nascimenbo Jr - Alfa Romeo
3 Benidito Lopes - Maserati
4 Henrique Casini - Maserati

15 dec 1946 Provas Organizadas pelo Piratininga motor clube -
Interlagos Sao Paulo autodrome

1 Oldemar Ramos Alfa Romeo
2 Geraldo Avellae Alfa Romeo
3 Domingos Zamarco Ford
4 Joao Santo Mauro Ford
- Jose Zaza Mercedes
- Valil Hadadd Ameral Jr
- Gabriel Falco x
- Antonio Fernandes da Silva x


27 juli 1946 Provas Org pelo Piratingo - sport race (FL)
Interlagos autodrome - Interlagos
10 R x
1 Chico Landi - Mercury
2 Alvaro Cardoso Citroen
3 Carlos Walter Chevrolet


6 okt 1946 Grande Premio de la Gavea- cicuit Gavea
pilotes europa forfet > no race in Gavea

6 okt 1946 Circuit da Quinta de Boa Vista II
Premio Cronicie Esportive
Quinta di Boa Vista Rio de Janairo - Seo Cristavao
60 r x
1 Chico Landi Alfa Romeo
2 Gino Bianco - Maserati
3 Annuar de Gioes Maserati
4 Giacomo Palmeiri Maserati
5
6 Manuel de Teffe Maserati

forfet
Nuvalari
Villoresi
Varzi
Rugglie
Plate
Palmieri
Pintacude

xx december 1946 GP Uruguay
Montevideio Playa

1 Pablo Pessatti Alfa Romeo
2
3






#6 Vitesse2

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 16:46

Just to lay down a marker and to sort out the seeming confusion above, I've identified the following Brazilian events and winners in 1946. Note the important date addition in September:

July 28th Quinta de Boa Vista
Formule Libre - Oldemar da Silva Ramos (Alfa Romeo)
Touring Cars - Charles Herba (???)

September 8th Interlagos
Formule Libre - Oldemar da Silva Ramos (Alfa Romeo) [This is the race Boniver has listed as December 15th]
Touring Cars - Chico Landi (Mercury) [This is the race Boniver has listed as July 27th]

October 6th Gavea
CANCELLED

October 20th Interlagos
CANCELLED

December 15th Quinta de Boa Vista
Formule Libre - Chico Landi (Alfa Romeo) [This is the race Boniver has listed as October 6th]

Sources: Jornal do Brasil as above, the Acervo Folha website and The Motor.

#7 Nikos Spagnol

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 04:13

There was a race in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, around the late 1940's. The venue was a street course around the Pampulha lake. The event was marred with tragedy when one of the drivers hit a lighting post and was killed. I'll see if I can find anything.

#8 sramoa

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 18:29

Only missing the GP Uruguay...where Pessatti won!Any info?

#9 Sergio Sultani

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Posted 27 October 2012 - 22:27

There was a race in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, around the late 1940's. The venue was a street course around the Pampulha lake. The event was marred with tragedy when one of the drivers hit a lighting post and was killed. I'll see if I can find anything.


Hi Nikos.

It was 1949. The Belo Horizonte City Grand Prix with 21 drivers on grid. The driver (from Minas Gerais) killed was Otacílio Rocha. It was in the fourth lap. He lost control of his car on a curve and hit a post. He died in the ambulance going to the hospital...

In the second lap, the portuguese Antônio Fernandes da Silva, (he lived in Rio de Janeiro) crashed his Alfa Romeo 8C-308 in a pillar of a bridge. He survived but had a leg amputated.

With the two tragedies, the director Manuel de Teffé interrupted the race on lap 8, with 165 km.

The winner was Chico Landio (Maserati 4CL) in 1h23'15"7. He made the best lap in 9'04".
2º Francisco Marques (Maserati 4CL) in 1h24'41"7
3º Gino Bianco (Maserati 3750cc) in 1h28'18"8
4º Amaral Júnior (after 2') -1 lap
5º Antônio Parra -1 lap
6º Aurélio Ferreira -1 lap
7º Rafael Gargiulo -1 lap
8º Pascoalino Buonacorsa -1 lap
9º Nino Stefanini/Walter Tassini -1 lap

Best wishes,
Sergio Sultani.

Edited by Sergio Sultani, 28 October 2012 - 00:04.


#10 Nanni Dietrich

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Posted 15 June 2013 - 16:03

Hi Nikos.

It was 1949. The Belo Horizonte City Grand Prix with 21 drivers on grid. The driver (from Minas Gerais) killed was Otacílio Rocha. It was in the fourth lap. He lost control of his car on a curve and hit a post. He died in the ambulance going to the hospital...

In the second lap, the portuguese Antônio Fernandes da Silva, (he lived in Rio de Janeiro) crashed his Alfa Romeo 8C-308 in a pillar of a bridge. He survived but had a leg amputated.

With the two tragedies, the director Manuel de Teffé interrupted the race on lap 8, with 165 km.

The winner was Chico Landio (Maserati 4CL) in 1h23'15"7. He made the best lap in 9'04".
2º Francisco Marques (Maserati 4CL) in 1h24'41"7
3º Gino Bianco (Maserati 3750cc) in 1h28'18"8
4º Amaral Júnior (after 2') -1 lap
5º Antônio Parra -1 lap
6º Aurélio Ferreira -1 lap
7º Rafael Gargiulo -1 lap
8º Pascoalino Buonacorsa -1 lap
9º Nino Stefanini/Walter Tassini -1 lap

Best wishes,
Sergio Sultani.


Here is a picture of Otacílio Rocha's car after the crash.
What make was it?

http://www.bandeiraq...izonte_1949.htm