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#1 Boniver

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Posted 01 December 2000 - 19:27









1914 Targa Florio
24-25 May - Giro di Sicilia: 1 lap x 979 km = 979 km



Results:

1 Ernesto Ceirano SCAT 16:51'31"6
2 A. Mariani Gloria De Vecchi 18:41'53"8
3 Luigi Lopez Fiat 19:45'26"2
4 Colombo SCAT 19:45'53"6
5 Mario Cortese Nazzaro 19:58'11"8
6 Lucca Nazzaro 19:58'42"8
7 Antonio Trombetta Fiat 20:01'06"0
8 Rigoletti Diatto 21:49'01"4


Who have more info........






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#2 jarama

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Posted 01 December 2000 - 23:27

Boniver,

Winner's average speed, 62.28 kmh

According to the book "La Targa Florio" published by Novecento, Lucca finished 6th. driving an Elka.

Another starter, Franchini, driving an Alfa.



#3 Dave Ware

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Posted 01 December 2000 - 23:53

You'll have to ask Hugo, he's the only one here old enough to remember.

#4 fines

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Posted 02 December 2000 - 13:09

Now that's a dubious distinction! :lol:

Thankfully there are some here who's middle name is "Hugo"!

Hans? Egon? Someone else?

#5 Ray Bell

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Posted 03 December 2000 - 12:49

Hans is now bleeding from crawling over broken bottles to get to Germany and look up old newspapers...

#6 Boniver

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Posted 04 December 2000 - 08:37

Lucca drive a Laurin & Klement / Elke

#7 fines

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Posted 04 December 2000 - 21:05

Ray Glen Proofreader Hugo Bell: I am disappointed!!!

Rudiger Hugo de Jonghe: Well done!! Show'em!

#8 Ray Bell

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Posted 04 December 2000 - 21:17

Michael, at the peril of becoming seen as a complainer, or as one posting too often and unnecessarily, I will ask that you only use my middle name if you complete my first name. It sound so much better. So it's Raymond Glen Bell. :)
Hugo, he was in the Kentucky Fried Chicken ad... perhaps you never saw that one.. like all Hugos, it was a long time ago.
Of course, I have nothing except Monkhouse that goes back that far with any authority.

#9 alessandro silva

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Posted 05 December 2000 - 10:45

Targa Florio 1914

May, 24/25. Tour of Sicily in two legs with stopover in Syracuse.

Entrants (list double checked):
Alda: Galati
ALFA: Giuseppe Campari, Nino Franchini, Eraldo Fracassi
Aquila Italiana: Meo Costantini, Marsaglia, Zeuli, Ruggerone
Beccaria: A. Beccaria, E. Beccaria, Scuderi
Benz: Steimvender
Caesar: Negro, de Manaud
De Dietrich: Giuseppe Baldoni
De Dion Bouton: Berra
De Vecchi: Ugo Sivocci, Mariani Gloria
Diatto: Rigoletti
Elka (L.-K.): Lucca
FIAT: Lopez, Trombetta
Ford: Marano
Isotta Fraschini: Lanza
Martini: Musumeci
Nazzaro: Felice Nazzaro, Cortese, Diana
Peugeot: Conti
Renault: Tortora
SCAT: Matteo Ceirano, Cyril Snipe, Colombo, Poni (Porri?)

I do not know who started. 8 finishers: your list and times has been checked OK. Lucca of course on LK.

DNF Nazzaro, Transmission (2nd day), DNF Sivocci (1st day), DNF Fracassi (2nd day) DNF Campari (2nd day) DNF Franchini (1st day)


#10 sat

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Posted 05 December 2000 - 12:24

L.K. = Laurin & Klement typ S

#11 Boniver

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Posted 05 December 2000 - 16:56

Sat, Alessandro, Ray, fines, Dave, Jarama,
every one who give help (also Hugo)

T H A N K S :) :) :) :)

#12 fines

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Posted 05 December 2000 - 21:54

Don't thank me, Boniver, I didn't contribute except for prompting the assembled Hugos to an answer...;)