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#1 Hugo Boecker

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Posted 08 June 2006 - 11:18

Has anyone the results for the 1950 Mont Cenis Hill Climb ?

I know thart Bracco in his Ferrari 125 won overall and the racing class
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1. Giovanni Bracco			 Ferrari  125						14:23,8			  1 o/a

2. Franco Cortese			  Cisitalia D46 1200				  15:25,2			 [COLOR=red] 2 o/a[/COLOR] 

3. Marcy					   Veritas Meteor

4. Georges Gringard			Lago Talbot T26					 16:09,1			   8 o/a

5. Mijorini					Cisitalia D46					   16:42,0



Sportscars upto 1100 cc

1. Sergio Sighinolfi		   Fiat													 [COLOR=red] 3 o/a[/COLOR] 



2. Puma						Fiat

7. Duberti					 Cisitalia 204						16:57,3



Sportscars over 1100 cc

1. Piero Carini				OSCA MT4 1300


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#2 David McKinney

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Posted 10 June 2006 - 04:55

Overall:
1 Bracco, 2 Cortese, 3 Sighinolfi

#3 humphries

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Posted 11 June 2006 - 18:55

As is often the case there are some discrepancies about the result of the 1950 Susa-Moncenisio hillclimb.

First was Bracco in the F1 Ferrari 125 and second was Cortese in the F2 Abarth Cisitalia racer but third was Carini in the OSCA MT4 1340cc (15'52.8"), winner of the over 1100cc sports car class. Marcy in the F2 Veritas Meteor (15'57.6) was fourth just beating the Guy Warburton in an Allard (15'57.8) who was second in his class behind Carini. Sixth overall was Ugo Puma in a SVA-Ermini and winner of the 1100cc sports car class (16'07.0") with the cumbersome F1 Talbot-Lago C26 next (16'09.2).

Sergio Sighinolfi, who was to be a close friend of Dino Ferrari, recorded the second fastest time (14'53.8) in his Stanguellini 1100cc sports car but was disqualified as his car contravened the sports car regs.

Another car that went well but appears to have competed unofficially was Lanza's SVA 1100cc, a racing car, which recorded 15' 02.0. Possibly it was a racing car not complying to any formula regs.

John

#4 Hugo Boecker

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Posted 12 June 2006 - 15:18

Thanks - David & John

#5 alessandro silva

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 17:36

Below the results from the Auto Italiana report (of course Wuthoriton on a Abarth is Warburton on a Allard).

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Lanza's time given by John is his practice time. His mechanic was late in changing the plugs before the race, so he missed the start time and was not allowed to take a late start, to the opposite of Grignard, who had gone to drink a cup of coffee and was also late but was allowed to compete.

#6 Hugo Boecker

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 07:34

Thanks Sandro

#7 RAP

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 08:06

My thanks too.