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#1 Udo K.

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Posted 01 September 2001 - 16:55

Hello everybody, just joined the Atlas forum as well and would like to start with Sports Car Racing in South America (Brazil, Argentina, Mexiko, Venezuela etc) in the 1950ies. I have only sparse information on races, race dates, results and which races were held at all. There must have been a lot of these races places like Mendoza, Guadalajara (MEX), Rio, Buenos Aires (and here I refer to non-championship races, of course), Boavista, Salvador, Mar del Plata and the Raffaela 500 Miles. With great interest I read the threads on Chico Landi - he won the Salvador race in 1954 but thats all I know about this event.
Has anybody records or stories about these races?

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#2 Don Capps

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Posted 02 September 2001 - 00:54

Tony Kaye did a huge amount of work on this subject, but I haven't heard from Tony in quite awhile.

#3 Rob29

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Posted 02 September 2001 - 09:16

Bit confused here the heading says sports cars,but the places you mention are mainly known for F.Libre events.Only Buenos Aires + 1957 one off Venesuela,ever had FIA championship sportcar races.

#4 Roger Clark

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Posted 02 September 2001 - 11:30

THere were a lot of non-championship sports car races in South America. Tony Kaye's survey covered Formula Libre races. I would be delighted to help with a similar exercise on the sports cars races.

#5 Stefan Ornerdal

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Posted 02 September 2001 - 17:44

Here's some results from these races:

http://bruce.sitepak...ts/results.html

All of it stolen from our friend Martin Krejci:mad:

Stefan

#6 Udo K.

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Posted 02 September 2001 - 19:50

Stefan,

yes I know Martins results since a long time. But he too has very little on theses SPORTS CAR Races, some info he got from me.

Roger, yes we talk about sports car NON CHAMPIONSHIP racing in Latin America. There is no mentioning of them in e.g. "Autosport" from that period. Maybe Chico has something in here or knows about reliable sources?

#7 Chico Landi

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Posted 02 September 2001 - 21:20

Hi Udo!

Unfortunatly, I'm not an expert in this subject. In this link suggested by Stefan, you may find some sportscar races in South American in the 50's: the big part of them at the "Non-championship races", though the information given is minimal (but useful). Also check at the "World Sportscar Championship" the results from many of the "Buenos Aires 1000km". If you're interested, I bought a book called "Argentine Grand Prix 1953-1972" that has some reports from this races, and also from a few F1 and F-Libre races. You may find this book in internet bookshop (I bought mine at www.chaters.co.uk).

In Brazil, the only official sportscar race (at international level) that I know is the XIII Grande Prêmio Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, raced at the Gávea circuit at january 4th 1954. It was a confused race, with a rain downpour after one or two hours. Only seven drivers have finished it. Chico Landi was the favourite, but had a tyre blown at the second lap and lost about 10 minutes to change it. Made a good recovery but finished 3rd, behind italian Giulio Musitelli and the winner Baron Emmanuel de Graffenried. In a late interview, de Graffenried recalled that, at the award ceremony, he got a golden watch where it was written "To the winner Chico Landi". Those were the 50's!!!

Please find the results below:
1 Emmanuel de Graffenried (SUI) Maserati 4h14m21s7 76.275 km/h
2 Giulio Musitelli (I) Ferrari 4h22m37s8
3 Chico Landi (BR) Ferrari
4 Fernando Mascarenhas (P) Ferrari 250MM 0326
5 Annuar de Góes (BR) Ferrari
6 Jacques Herzet/John Claes (BEL) Ferrari 166MM 053

DNFs:
José Arroyo Nogueira Pinto (P) Ferrari 250MM 0330
José Maria Ibañez (AR) Ferrari
Euclides Brito (BR) Maserati
Henri Peignaux (F) Jaguar XK120C
Catarino Andreata (BR) Ferrari
Danilo Giappesoni (U) Ferrari
Godofredo Viana (BR) Ferrari
Pinheiro Pires (BR) Maserati
Arthur Troula (BR) Alfa Romeo
Ciro Cayres (BR) Allard
Vasco Sameiro (P) Ferrari

Fastest lap: ?

Starting grid: ?

Also raced*:
Arthur de Souza Costa Filho (BR) Ferrari
Benedicto Lopes (BR) Ferrari
Hans Stuck (A) Porsche
Henrique Casini (BR) Ferrari
Jair Mello Viana (BR) Ferrari
Daniele Foufounis (F)/Emilio Eminente (I) Jaguar
* - one of them was 7th place, the rest did not finished

#8 Roger Clark

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Posted 02 September 2001 - 22:29

Autosport reported that Viana was seventh and that he drove an Allard. They also reported another race, also won by de Graffenried, at Sao Paulo a week later

#9 David McKinney

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Posted 03 September 2001 - 05:23

Brazil seems to have switched its focus from open-wheelers to sportscars about the time of those 1953 races.
In Argentina, the Club de Automóviles Sport was founded in 1948, and ran a national sportscar championship for many years.
Championship winners were:
1949: René E Soulas (HRG and Cisitalia)
1950: Roberto Mieres (Alfa Romeo 8C-2300 and Bugatti 35B)
1951: Roberto Mieres (Jaguar XK120 and Alfa Romeo 8C-2300)
1952: Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo Monza)
1953: Roberto Bonomi (Ferrari 2.7)
1954: E D Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 4.5 and 5.0)
1955: E D Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
1956: Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 5.0)
1957: Luis Milán (Ferrari 5.0)
1958: no award
1959: Roberto Bonomi (Maserati 300S)
1960: Roberto Bonomi (Maserati 300S)
I'll try to find time over the next day or two to post some results (very incomplete)

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Posted 03 September 2001 - 19:59

Udo:

I´m sure Carlos Jalife might be able to help you out with the mexican races. E mail him at ; or

I´m sure he´d be glad to help.

Best Regards
Carlos Pani

#11 Martin Krejci

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Posted 04 September 2001 - 08:31

Results from Sao Paolo 1954:

GP Sao Paolo
GP Sao Paolo, Interlagos Date: 1954

Started: 22

Circuit lenght: 8 km Race distance: 320 km Winner's average speed: 105,55 km/h

1. - Emanuel de Graffenried (CH) Maserati A6GCS 40 3:01:45,200
2. - Rodrigues Ferrari 40 3:04:33,200
3. - Henrique Casini Ferrari 39
4. - Fernando Mascarenhas (P) Ferrari 250MM 0326MM 39
5. - Hans Stuck (D) Porsche 38
6. - Caires Ferrari 38
7. - B. Hornet ? 37
8. - J. M. Viana/G. Viana Ferrari 36
9. - B. Frankenburg Ferrari 33
10. - Johnny Claes (B) Ferrari 166MM 0300M 32
Did not finish:
- Francisco Landi (BR) Ferrari 27
- P. Romero Filho Allard 6
Other starters:
- Giulio Musitelli (I) Ferrari
- Pérignaux Jaguar C-type
- José A. Nogueira Pinto (P) Ferrari
- Vasco Sameiro (P) Ferrari

Thanks Chico for results of GP Rio de Janiero. I suggest that car
6 Jacques Herzet/John Claes (BEL) Ferrari 166MM 053
should be listed as Ferrari 166MM/53 chassis 0300M

Both Vianas drove one Ferrari at Sao Paolo, so I suggest that that was the car that G. Viana drove at Rio de Janiero and Allard is quite possibly as their second car. However I don't have any other results of Vianas because of lack of results from these race. I hope David and others may add some more results. I think Formula Libre events with sportscars and all kin of national races is also OK to include within this thread topic.

#12 David McKinney

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 05:34


ARGENTINA
1948

-/07 El Tigre
1 Rafaele Sedano Acosta (BMW 3.2)
OTHER ENTRIES:
Jorge Macias (Cisitalia)
A N Other (Mercedes-Benz 7.2)
A N Other (Bentley)
A N Other (Amilcar 1100)

1949
27/2 Mar del Plata
1 Angel Marocchi

15/10 Parque Sarmiento circuit, Córdoba city (handicap)
1 Carlos Lostalá (Cisitalia)
2 René E Soulas (Cisitalia)
3 Eduardo Martinez (MG TC)
4 Roberto Mieres (Bugatti)

1950
15/1 Mar del Plata
1 Carlos Menditeguy (Ferrari 2.0)
2 Roberto Mieres (Alfa Romeo 2.3)
3 Rodrigo Miranda (Maserati)
OTHER STARTERS
“Emart” (Alfa Romeo)
Felice Bonetto (Cisitalia)
Nicolás Delle Piane (Cisitalia)

22/1 Rosario
1 Roberto Mieres
2 P E Irarte (Mercedes-Benz)
3 Carlos Pérez de Villa (Alfa Romeo 2.9)

17/8 - ???

11/11 - ???

17/11 Mar del Plata
1 Nicolás Delle Piane (Cisitalia)
2 Carlos Lostalá (Cisitalia)

17/12 Córdoba
1 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (BMW 3.2)
2 René Soulas (HRG)
3 Lucio Bollaert
4 Miguel Schroeder (Delahaye 3.6)
OTHER STARTERS:
Roberto Mieres (Bugatti) DNF
Carlos Lostalá (Maserati 2.0) DNF

1951
17-18/3 Buenos Aires (87 miles)
1 John Fitch (Allard-Cadillac)
2 Fred Wacker (Allard-Cadillac)
3 Miguel Schroeder (Delahaye 3.6)
4 Jose M Collazo (Healey)
5 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo 2.6)
6 George Rand (Ferrari 2.0)
- Roberto Bonomi (Cisitalia 1.2) - 1st 1500
- "Emart"* (Cisitalia) - 2nd 1500
OTHER STARTERS
Jim Kimberly (Ferrari 2.3)
Bill Spear (Ferrari 2.3)
Tom Cole (Allard-Cadillac) DNF
A N Other (Alfa-Wayne)
Roberto Mieres (Jaguar XK120)
A N Other (Jaguar XK120)
A N Other (Jaguar XK120)
A N Other (Jaguar XK120)
A N Other (Jaguar XK120)
A N Other (Jaguar XK120)
OTHER ENTRIES
A N Other (Alfa Romeo 2.9) DNS
A N Other (Alfa Romeo 2.9) DNS

22/4 Mar del Plata
1 Roberto Mieres (Alfa-Romeo)

8/7 Mar del Plata (over 3 heats)
1 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo 2.6)
2 Carlos Lostalá (Maserati 2.0)
3 Roberto Bonomi (Cisitalia 1.2) - 1st 1500
5 "Emart"* (Cisitalia) - 2nd 1500
4 Lucio Bollaert (Jaguar XK120)
6 Tomasi
7 Calise

23/9 Mendoza
1 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo 2.6)
- "Emart"* (Cisitalia) - 1st 1500
- Roberto Bonomi (Cisitalia 1.2) - 2nd 1500

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 05:50


ARGENTINA
1952

9/3 Buenos Aires (44 miles)
1 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo 2.6)
2 Jorge Camaño (Simca)
3 Carlos Stábile (Healey)
4 Roberto Mieres (Mercedes-Benz)
5 Tomás Mayól (Alfa Romeo)
OTHER STARTERS
Roberto Bonomi (Ferrari 2.5)
Carlos Perez de Villa (Alfa Romeo 2.9)
Reynal O’Connor (Alfa Romeo 2.9)
Luci Bollaert (Simca)
Jose Maria Ibáñez

16/3 Buenos Aires (44 miles)
1 Roberto Bonomi (Ferrari 2.5)
2 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo 2.6)
3 Jose Camaño (Simca)
4 Carlos Stábile (Healey)
5 Jose Collazo (Healey)

13/9 Buenos Aires Autodrome
1 Roberto Bonomi (Ferrari)
2 A N Other
3 Jorge Camaño (Simca) - 1st 1500
OTHER STARTERS
Jose Maria Ibáñez (Allard-Cadillac)
Jose Collazo (Allard-Ford)
Roberto Mieres (Bugatti)
Pedro Llano (Jaguar XK120)
Luci Bollaert (Simca)

19/10 Buenos Aires Autodrome
1 Roberto Bonomi (Ferrari)
*”Emart” = Ernesto Tornquist

1953
-/1 Buenos Aires
1 Roberto Bonomi (Ferrari 2.7)
2 José M Collazo (Ferrari 2.7)
3 José Maria Ibáñez (Ferrari 2.7)
4 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo 2.6)
5 Carlos Lostaló
6 Angel Maiocchi
7 Carlos Stábile
8 Nicolás Dellepiane
9 Enrico Diaz Saenz Valiente (Arauz-Cadillac)
10 Jorge Camaño (Simca) - 1st 1500
- “Emart” (Cisitalia special) - 3rd 1500
- Herschberg (Cisitalia) - 4th 1500
OTHER STARTERS
A N Other (Ferrari 2.7)
A N Other (Ferrari 2.7)

-/2 Premio Verano, Mar del Plata
1 José Maria Ibáñez (Ferrari 2.7)
- “Emart” (Cisitalia special) - 2nd 1500
- Herschberg (Cisitalia) - 3rd 1500
OTHER STARTERS
Enrico Diaz Saenz Valiente (Arauz-Cadillac) DNF

21/6 Mendoza
1 Carlos Lostaló (Ferrari 2.7)
2 A N Other
3 Jose Millet (Jaguar C)
OTHER STARTERS
Enrico Diaz Saenz Valiente (Arauz-Cadillac) DNF

8/8 Buenos Aires
1 Enrico Diaz Saenz Valiente (Arauz-Cadillac)
2 José Maria Ibáñez (Ferrari 2.7)
3 José M Collazo (Ferrari 2.7)
4 Jose Millet (Jaguar C)
5 “Emart” (Cisitalia special)

26/9 Primo Primavera, Buenos Aires
- “Emart” (Cisitalia special) - 1st 1500
- Alberto Rodriguez Larretta (Cisitalia) - 3rd 1500

20/12 Primo Primavera, Mar del Plata
1 J Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)
2 Jose Millet (Jaguar C)
3 Angel Maiocchi (Ferrari 2.5)
4 Enrico Diaz Saenz Valiente (Arauz-Cadillac)
5 C Schroeder (Jaguar XK120)
- Alberto Rodriguez Larretta (Cisitalia) - 1st 1500

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 05:51

ARGENTINA
1954

28/3 Mar del Plata
1 Roberto Bonomi (Ferrari 3.0)
2 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
3 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo)
4 José Maria Millet (Jaguar C)

4/7 Buenos Aires
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 4.5)
2 Carlos Najurieta (Maserati-Ford)
3 Franco Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)
4 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)

11/7 Buenos Aires
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 4.5)
2 Carlos Najurieta (Maserati-Ford)
3 Franco Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)
4 Jose Camano (Jaguar XK120)

5/9 Tres Arroyos
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 4.5)

31/10 Premio Primavera, Buenos Aires
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 4.5)

31/10 Buenos Aires (handicap)
1 Eric Forrest Greene (Bentley)
2 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 4.5)
3 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
4 Franco Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)

19/12 Buenos Aires
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
2 Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 4.5)
3 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
4 Alberto Rodriguez Larretta (Ferrari 3.0)
*”Emart” = Ernesto Tornquist

1955
27/2 Mar del Plata
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
2 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
3 O Camano (Ferrari 2.5)
4 José Millet (Jaguar C)
5 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz (Alfa Romeo)
6 Alberto Rodriguez Larretta (Ferrari 3.0)

13/3 Buenos Aires
1 Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 4.5)
2 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
3 Franco Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)
5 José Millet (Jaguar C)
6 Reyes (Ferrari 2.7)

3/4 Rosario
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
2 Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 4.5)
3 G Gainza (Maserati)
4 Franco Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)
5 J Camano (Ferrari 2.5)

17/4 Premio Otono, Buenos Aires
1 Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 4.5)
2 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
3 Ricardo Grandio (Maserati 2.0)
4 Franco Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)
5 Reyes (Ferrari 2.7)

10/7 ?? (Tres Arroyos?)
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
2 Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 4.5)
3 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
4 Alberto Rodriguez Larretta (Ferrari 3.0)
5 Ricardo Grandio (Maserati 2.0)

14/8 El Bosque (La Plata)
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
2 J Camano (Ferrari 2.5)
3 Ernesto Tornquist (Cisitalia)
4 Curt Delfosse (Porsche special)
5 L Bollaert (Gordini)

28/8 Premio Ivierno, Buenos Aires
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
2 Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 4.5)
3 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
4 Ricardo Grandio (Maserati 2.0)
5 Angel Maiocchi (Ferrari 2.5)

5/9 Tres Arroyos
1 Enrique Diaz Saenz Valiente (Ferrari 5.0)
2 Jose Maria Ibáñez (Mercedes-Benz 3.0)
3 Curt Delfosse (Porsche special)

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 05:52

ARGENTINA
1956

Rafaela
1 Carlos Najurieta (Ferrari 4.5)
2 Ricardo Grandio (Maserati 2.0)
3 Luis Milán (Ferrari 2.5)
OTHER STARTERS
Miguel Schroeder (Jaguar)
Franco Bruno (Allard-Cadillac)

Buenos Aires
1 Luis Milán (Ferrari 5.0)

1957
Buenos Aires
1 Luis Milán (Ferrari 5.0)

1/7 Premio Invierno, Buenos Aires, 33 miles
1 Luis Milán (Ferrari 5.0)
2 Anton von Döry (Porsche)
3 Patricio Badaracco (Aston Martin 2.9)
4 Nestor Salerno (Ferrari 2.5)
OTHER STARTERS
Carlos Najurieta (Ford V8 special) DNF
Juan Manuel Bordeu

1959
26/4 Costanera Sur, Buenos Aires (handicap)
1 Atilio Viale de Carril (Volvo)
2 Jaime Antuña (Austin-Healey)
3 Pedro von Dory (Porsche)
4 Leonardo Otero (Ferrari)

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 13:14

Thanks Chico and David for all the infos.

Chico, any idea about the Rio race in 1952 (date?) - winner Vasco Sameiro Ferrari 225S? There were two race at the end of 53 in Rio and Interlagos, both won by de Graffenried (13/12 Rio and 27/12 Interlagos). I have nothing more here. Also 1954 Salvador de Bahia
(Landi won), Boavista and Maracana.

David, thanks for the long list of results and the champions.
I can add to that the full results of the Juan Peron GP of 1951 (18/3) at Castanera Norte, BUE
40 laps winning time 1:33'35.8

1. John Fitch Allard-Cadillac J2 40
2. Fred Wacker Allard-Cadillac J2 39
3. Miguel Schroeder Delahaye LM 38
4. Jose M. Collazo Healey Silverstone 38
5. Adolfo Schwelm-Cruz Alfa Romeo 8C-2300 38
6. George Rand Ferrari Inter 37
7. Jim Kimberley Ferrari 2300 Coupe 37
8. Bill Spear Ferrai 166 SC 37
9. Jorge Camano Jaguar XK-120 37
10. Roberto Bonomi Cisitalia 36
11. Hal Ullrich Wayne-Nardi-Alfa 36
12. Lucio Bollaert Jaguar XK-120 36
13. Carlos Stabile Healey Silverstone 36
14. Carlos Lostalo Jaguar XK-120 36
15. Nicolas Delle Piane Lea Francis 36
16. Cesar Tesoriero Jaguar XK-120 35
17. Eric Forrest Green Bentley 34
18. " Paquito " Alfa Romeo 33
19. Francisco Ridder Jaguar XK-120 31
20. Eduardo Harrington BMW 26

Fastest lap: Fitch 2'13.5 Pole Tom Cole, Allard, 2'22.5


Buenos Aires 19/10/52
25 laps

1. Roberto Bonomi Ferrari 225 S 25
2. Roberto Mieres Bugatti 25
3. Jorge Camano Simca-Gordini 25
4. Jose M. Millet Jaguar XK-120 24
5. Ernesto Tornquist Cisitalia-Gordini

The AN Other at Mendoza 21/6/53 is Jose-Maria Ibanez Ferrai 225S.


Another one:

Corsa Sport de Ciudad de Buenos Aires 26/9/53

20 laps time: 28'10.4

1. E. Saenz-Valiente Cadillac Special 20
2. Jose M. Ibanez Ferrari 20
3. Jose M. Collazo Ferrari 20
4. Roberto Bonomi Ferrari 212 20
5. Ernesto Tornquist Cisitalia-Gordini 20
6. Jorge Camano Simca-Gordini 19
7. Carlos Stabile Healey Silverstone 19

Has anybody informations on Mexican races? For example the Guadalajara event 13/12/53 or the races at Leon (8/9/59 - Pedro Rodriguez was second) ?

#17 David McKinney

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 13:50

Udo, it takes time to prepare data for posting, which is why I have not yet posted results from Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico etc. Be patient!
In the meantime, those late-1953 Brazilian races won by de Graffenried are teh same ones already posted for early 1954. The races were postponed, but some sources never got around to changing the dates.

#18 Udo K.

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 14:05

David

did not realize the date change of the Brazil races. Thanks for the info. I know it takes time. No problem. I am very happy with the
proceedings already.

#19 Chico Landi

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 14:40

I've found a photo from Chico Landi in a sportscar. Any guesses which car is this?

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#20 David McKinney

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 19:54

BRAZIL
1948

-/11 Quinta da Boa Vista
1 Pierre Robim
2 Herman Mattueis
3 Charles Herba
4 Anibal Sercio
(no cars known)

1951
-/- São Paulo
1 Francisco Azevedo (Allard)

-/6 Interlagos (2.0 race)
1 Claudio Rodrigues
2 Joaqium Cardoso
3 Luís Vergueiro
4 Paulo Torres
5 Ladislau Neumann
(no cars known)

18-19/8 Interlagos 24hrs
1 Godofredo Viana/Pascoalino Buernocorsa
2 Chico Landi/Sebastião Casini
3 Claudio Rodrigues/Luciano Bonini
4 Luis Polo/Gilberto Machado
5 Franciso Azevedo/Francisco Marques
6 José Ambrósio/G Stotemberg
7 Wilson Fittipaldi/João Ribeiro
8 Francisco Credentino/Aldo Botecini
9 Joaquim Cardoso/Luís Vergueiro
10 Alberto Babás/Geraldo Freitas
11 Ciro Omiras/Rafael Cargiulo
12 Francisco Silva/Geraldo Bonn
13 Catarino Andreata/Aristides Bertuol
14 Fuze Fittipaldi/Darly Ribeiro
OTHER STARTERS
Gino Bianco/Vittório António DNF
Rosalvo Mauaur/Artur Traula
Fernando Magalhães/Primo Fioresi
(no cars known)

1952
12/1 Interlagos (50 miles)
1 Pedro Romero Filho (Allard-Cadillac)
2 Francisco Azevedo (Maserati)

1954
4/1 Rio de Janeiro GP, Gavea
1 Emmanuel de Graffenried (Maserati 2.0)
2 Giulio Musitelli (Ferrari)
3 Chico Landi (Ferrari 3.0)
4 Fernando Mascarenhas (Ferrari 3.0)
5 Annuar de Góes Daquer (Ferrari 2.7)
6 Godofredo Viana (Ferrari 2.0)
7 Jair de Melo Viana (Allard 4.8)
OTHER STARTERS
Jacques Herzet/Johnny Claes (Ferrari 2.0)
Henrique Casini (Ferrari 3.0) DNF
José Arroyo Nogueira Pinto (Ferrari 3.0) DNF
Cláudio Daniel Rodrigues (Ferrari 3.0) DNF
Catarino Andreata (Ferrari 2.7) DNF
Arturo de Souza Costa (Ferrari 2.7) DNF
Daniel Giappesoni (Ferrari 2.7) DNF
Vasco Sameiro (Ferrari) DNF
Jose Maria Ibáñez (Ferrari) DNF
Pinheiro Pires (Maserati 2.0) DNF
Euclides de Brito (Maserati 2.0) DNF
Henri Peignaux (Jaguar C-type) DNF
Ciro Cayres (Allard) DNF
Artur Troula (Alfa Romeo 2.5) DNF
OTHER ENTRIES
Jairo Monteiro (Ferrari 3.0)
Otto Flexa (Ferrari 2.3)
Benedito Lopes (Ferrari 2.0)
Rubens Abrunhosa (Talbot 4.5)
Hans Stuck (Porsche)
Daniele Foufounis/Emilio Eminente (Jaguar)
Gino Bianco (Ferrari 2.7) DNS

-/1 VII Grande Prêmio Cidade de São Paulo, Interlagos
1 Emmanuel de Graffenried (Maserati 2.0)
2 Cláudio Daniel Rodrigues (Ferrari 2.0)
3 Henrique Casini (Ferrari 3.0)
4 Fernando Mascarenhas (Ferrari 3.0)
5 Hans Stuck (Porsche)
6 Ciro Caires (Ferrari 2.3)
7 Bernardo Hornett (Maserati 2.0)
8 Viana/Viana (Ferrari 2.3)
9 Bob Falkenburg (Jaguar)
10 Johnny Claes (Ferrari 2.0)
OTHER STARTERS
Giulio Musitelli (Ferrari)
Vasco Sameiro (Ferrari)
José Arroyo Nogueira Pinto (Ferrari 3.0)
Chico Landi (Ferrari)
Gino Bianco (Ferrari)
Catarino Andreata (Ferrari)
Daniel Giappesoni (Ferrari 2.7)
Pinheiro Pires (Talbot 4.5)
Pedro Romero (Allard)
Henri Peignaux (Jaguar C-type)
João Ribeiro (Lancia 1.7)
Artur Troula (Alfa Romeo 2.5) DNF
Paulo Motta (MG) DNF
Uumo Otávio Vecchi (MG) DNF
Jorge Eddel Fiat (Fiat) DNF

25/1 San Salvador
1 Chico Landi (Ferrari 2.0)

1955
4/12 Rio GP, Interlagos
ENTRIES
Chico Landi DNS
Henrique Casini DNS
Godofredo Viana DNS
Celso Lara Barberis DNS
Alberto Rabay DNS
(no cars known)
race cancelled

18/12 Sao Paulo
race cancelled

1957
23/11 1000-mile road race
1 Aristides Bertuel/Orlando Menegas (Ford or Ferrari)
OTHER STARTERS
Chico Landi (Maserati) disqualified from first place

1/12 Sao Paulo GP, Interlagos
1 J M Fangio (Maserati 300S)
2 Henrique Casini (Ferrari)
3 Chico Landi (Ferrari)
4 Zampieri (Ferrari)
5 Mafredi (Ferrari)

8/12 Boa Vista GP
1 J M Fangio (Maserati 300S)
2 Gino Munaron (Ferrari)
3 Machado (Maserati)
OTHER STARTERS
Chico Landi (Ferrari) DNF

1959
29/11 Interlagos

#21 Stefan Ornerdal

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 20:30

I wonder, those Fittipaldis and Ribeiro above - relatives to the more known ones?

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 20:43

Yeah good question Stefan. Same thing for the Marques. I know the Fittipaldi bros' father used to race. I would bet my nuts that the Wilson above is a relative.

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Posted 05 September 2001 - 21:48

Originally posted by Chico Landi
I've found a photo from Chico Landi in a sportscar. Any guesses which car is this?

Posted Image


It's a Maserati 300S Chico :)

#24 David McKinney

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Posted 06 September 2001 - 05:07

Yes, the Wilson Fittipaldi above is the father of Wilson Jr and Emerson (and Christian's grandfather). The Fuze Fittipaldi in the same race was Wilson's wife.
I don't know about any Ribeiro family connections though - apart from the fact that Darly was Mrs João.

Here's the next lot of results:

VENEZUELA
1956

-/- Coppa Rio Guyas,Caracas
1 A N Other
2 A N Other
3 Sergio Vivaldi (OSCA) - 1st 1500

5/8 Marcay (155 miles)
1 Piero Drogo (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
2 Ramon Lopez (Ferrari)
3 A N Other (AC)

1957
Caracas-Cuman-Caracas road race
1 Recende dos Santos (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
2 A N Other (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)

1958
-/- Vuelta Aragua-Maracay
1 Ettore Chimeri (Ferrari 250GT)

-/- Premio Cuidad de Valencia
1 Ettore Chimeri (Ferrari 250GT)

23/11 Carrera Panamericana (GT, 470 miles)
1 Jean Behra (Ferrari 250GT)
2 Julio Pola (Ferrari 250GT)
3 Gino Munaron (Ferrari 250GT)
4 Miro Toselli (Ferrari 250GT)
5 Eleazar Morrison (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
6 Hugo Tosa (Ferrari)
7 Ettore Chimeri (Ferrari)
- Fernandez (AC-Bristol) - 1st class
- von Hanstein/von Döry (Porsche) - 1st class
- Mancini (Fiat) - 1st class
OTHER STARTERS
Carles (Ferrari DNF

1959
-/- Ojeda City GP
1 Alfonso Gomez Mena (Ferrari 250GT)
OTHER STARTERS
Ettore Chimeri (Ferrari 250GT)
Lino Fayen (Ferrari 250GT)

COLOMBIA
1952

-/7 Boyoca Grand Prix
1 Victor Bessudo (Jaguar XK120)

1953
-/- Vuelta di Colombia
1 William Griebling (Ford-Cadillac)
2 Luis Garzon (Chrysler special)

23/8 GP Boyaca (298 miles)
1 Daniel Rebolledo (Jaguar XK120)
2 Luis Garzon (Chrysler special)
3 William Griebling (Ford-Cadillac)
4 Julio Rebolledo (Jaguar XK120)
5 J Lozano (Ford)
6 Budd Weltschoff (MG TD)
OTHER STARTERS
Victor Bessudo (Jaguar XK120) DNF

1954
-/- Circuito Central Colombiano
1 Bob Griebling (Fordillac)
2 Luis Garzón (Chrysler)
3 Carl Partsch (VW-Porsche)

3/10 ????
1 Julio Rebolledo (Jaguar XK120)
2 Felipe Santodomingo (Aston Martin)
3 Daniel Rebolledo (Jaguar XK120)

1955
29/6 San Diego, Bogotá
1 Antonio Izquierdo (Allard-Cadillac)

-/- Circuito Central Colombiana
1 Italo Salamina (Ford)
2 Gabriel Torres (VW-Porsche)
- Felix Villareal (special) - 1st in class

27/11 Bogotá
1 Luis Garzon (Cadillac-Chrysler)
2 Gabriel Torres (VW-Porsche)
3 Raul Solorzano (Ford Thunderbird)
4 Antonio Izquierdo (Allard-Cadillac)
OTHER STARTERS
Alfredo Camacho (Mercedes-Benz 300SL) DNF

-/12 Baranquilla-Cantagera (156 miles)
1 Rezende dos Santos (Ferrari)
2 Alfredo Camacho (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
3 Ramon Lopez (Ferrari)
- Gilberto Caputo (Fiat) - 1st in class
- Rafael Garzon (Chrysler-Cadillac) - 1st in class
- Ruiz Lucero (Alfa Romeo) - 1st in class
- Luis Cuervo (Ford) - 1st in class
- Ramses Diaz (Fiat) - 1st in class
OTHER STARTERS
Pancho Pepe Crocker DNF (fatal accident)

1956
-/1 Vuelta de la Cordialidad (173 miles)
1 Rezende dos Santo (Ferrari 2.9)
2 Alfredo Camacho (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
- Ramon Lopez (Ferrari 2.0) -1st in class
- Miguel Ortega (Triumph TR2) - 2nd in class
- Pablo Obregon (Triumph TR2) - 3rd in class
- Gilberto Caputo (Fiat 1100) - 1st in class
- Budd Weltscheff (MG Special) - 2nd in class
OTHER STARTERS
- Italo Salamina (Triumph TR2) DNF
- Gabriel Salazer (Porsche) DNF

25/3 Chiraque-Bogotá

19/8 San Diego-Tequendama

23/9 Melgar-Bogotá

#25 Chico Landi

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Posted 06 September 2001 - 10:02

Nice info, David!!!

I must say that Wilson IS the father from Emerson and Wilson Jr. The other Fittipaldi driver is her mother, but her correct name is Juze, NOT Fuze...

Vitesse, thanks for the info on the car!

#26 David McKinney

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Posted 06 September 2001 - 10:24

Thanks for sorting our Mrs Fittipaldi, Chico.
I should be able to post some Mexican results and maybe some others tonight (8-10hrs from now)

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Posted 06 September 2001 - 10:57

A further note about the 300S: it appears this might be an early car, possibly even the prototype, as it has a trident badge clearly visible on the grille. Later cars had no badge.

#28 Stefan Ornerdal

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Posted 06 September 2001 - 13:29

Fuse or Juice, both name should be in the "unusual names" thread:lol:

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#29 Udo K.

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Posted 06 September 2001 - 13:42

David, I can add something here:

1957 1000 Mile race - winning car was a Ford Carretera

1957 Boa Vista GP
4th Sebastiao Casini Ferrari
5th Godofredo Viana Ferrari

1959:
1000 Mile race
1st Catarino Andreata/Breno Fornari (or Bruno?) - Ford Carretera

the 1958 "Carrera Panamericana" should be the GP Venezuela to my records, but maybe I'm wrong here. Does anybody know about the correct name of the race?
8th Huschke von Hanstein Porsche Carrera 356


1953 Colombian races: William Griebling Ford-Cadillac and
Bob Griebling Fordillac - the same man, I suppose.

1955:
Circuito di San Diego 2nd Steuer Allard-Cadillac
3rd Hammer Austin Healey

2500ccm:
1. Cortes Triumph TR2
2. Piquero "
3. Riu "
4. de la Torre "
5. Salazar Porsche 356 S
6. Pignalosa TR2
7. Pablo Obregon Porsche 356

1300ccm:
1. Budd Weltschoff (or Weltscheff?) MG TD
2. Arthur Simmons MG TF
3. Restrepo MG TC
4. Samper MG
5. Parry MG


Thanks again, David, for the effort!!!!

#30 David McKinney

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Posted 06 September 2001 - 18:49

One of my sources has the 1957 1000-mile-winning Bertuel/Menegas car listed as a TC Ford, the other as a Ferrari. I omitted later editions of this race as I believe they were limited to touring (including TC) cars, and did not admit sportscars. But I might be wrong.

Last lot of results:

MEXICO
1953

7/12 Guadalupe Grand Prix, Pueblo
1 Umberto Maglioli (Ferrari 4.5)
2 Guido Mancini (Ferrari 4.5)
3 Louis Rosier (Talbot)
4 Efraim Ruiz Echevarria (Ferrari 3.0)
5 Jaroslav Juhan (Porsche)
6 Marischal (Jaguar)
7 Jacques Péron (OSCA)

13/12 Carrera Jalisco, Guadalajara
1 Guido Mancini (Ferrari 4.5)
2 Umberto Maglioli (Ferrari 4.5)
3 Braniff (Ferrari)
4 Johnny Mantz (Kurtis-Kraft)
- Jacques Péron ()SCA) - 1st 1500

1957
-/1 Logo del Guadalupe (63 miles)
1 Julio Mariscal (Jaguar D-type)

7/4 Avandaro GP (121 miles)
1 John von Neumann (Ferrari 3.0)
2 Julio Mariscal (Jaguar D-type)
3 Ricardo Rodriguez (OSCA)
4 Ignacio Lozano (Lotus)
OTHER ENTRIES
Bruni (Chevrolet Corvette)
Jacques Bellesiles (Ferrari 3.0)

30/6 Puebla
1 Julio Mariscal (Jaguar D-type)
2 Ken Miles (Porsche)
3 Ricardo Rodriguez (Porsche)

-/9 Torreon
1 Ricardo Rodriguez (Porsche)

1959
18/1 Leon
1 Ricardo Rodriguez (Porsche)
2 Pedro Rodriguez (Ferrari 3.0)

26/4 Amandaro
1 A N Other
2 A N Other
3 A N Other
4 Josie von Neumann (Ferrari 3.0)
5 Richie Ginther (Ferrari 3.0)
OTHER ENTRIES
Pedro Rodriguez (Ferrari 3.0)
John von Neumann (Ferrari 3.0) DNF

3/5 Mexico City
1 Richie Ginther (Ferrari 3.0)
2 A N Other
3 Josie von Neumann (Ferrari 3.0)

CUBA
1950

24/2 Havana
1 Alfonso Gomez Mena (Jaguar XK120)

1957
25/2 national race, Havana
1 Santiago Gonzalez (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
2 Modesto Bolanos (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)

-/- Sagua-Havana road race
1 A N Other (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
- Felipe Guitterrez (Porsche) - 1st 2000

GUATEMALA
1956

-/- Guatemala GP
1 Manfredo Lippmann (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
2 Zinion (Mercedes-Benz 300SL)
3 Wiesse (Porsche)

#31 Chico Landi

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Posted 07 September 2001 - 08:07

Here's a small description of the first editions of the "Brazilian 1000 Mile Race" in the book "A História do Automobilismo Brasileiro":

"Various factors boosted up the importance of the 1000 Mile race. This required 201 laps around the old Interlagos circuit, with a lenght of close on eight kilometers. A real mechanical marathon, this event lasted an average of sixteen hours, with some 15.000 liters of gasoline and 450 tires consumed by the 44 competing pairs. This race was supported by the auto-spares industry, as well as lubrificant manufacturers and a few companies with no direct link to motorsports.
The regulations fired up the competitive nature of this event. There was no point in importing a recent Ferrari or Mercedes model and driving onto the track. Parts of the engine, transmission, suspension, brakes and electrical equipment had to be completely brazilian. The cars were real hybrid masterpieces. The bodywork were similar to the sedans of the late 1930s, with a few aerodynamic improvements, resulting in somewhat clumsy designs. The engines were imported, but were fitted with local parts and were extremely powerful."


And here's the list of winners according to the official website of the event (www.milmilhasbrasileiras.com.br):

Event Date Winners Car Place
1ª 24/ 11 /1956 Catarino Andreatta / Breno Fornari Ford-Carretera SP
2ª 24/ 11 /1957 Aristides Bertuol / Orlando Menegas Carretera SP
3ª 23/ 11 /1958 Catarino Andreatta / Breno Fornari Ford-Carretera SP
4ª 22/ 11 /1959 Catarino Andreatta / Breno Fornari Ford-Carretera SP
5ª 27/ 11 /1960 Francisco Landi / Christian Heins Alfa Romeo JK SP
6ª 26/ 11 /1961 Ìtalo Berton / Orlando Menegas Corvette SP
7ª 28/ 11 /1965 Justino Di Maio / Victorio Azzalin Carretera SP
8ª 2 / 11 /1966 Camilo Christófaro / Eduardo Celidonio Carretera SP
9ª 03/ 12 /1967 Luiz Pereira Bueno / Luiz T. Smith Interlagos Mark 1 SP
10ª 22/ 11 /1970 Abílio Diniz / Alcides Diniz Alfa GTA 2000 SP
11ª 09/ 12 /1973 Bird Clemente / Nilson Clemente Maverick 4800 SP
12ª 20/ 12 /1981 Afonso / Zeca Giaffone / Chico Serra Opala Stock Car SP
13ª 30/ 01 /1983 Fausto W. / Vicente Corrêa / Valdir Silva Passat Hot Car SP
14ª 22/ 01 /1984 Zeca Giaffone / R. Campelo /M. Sala Opala Stock Car SP
15ª 26/ 11 /1985 Paulo Gomes / Fábio Sotto Mayor Opala Stock Car SP
16ª 26/ 01 /1986 Zeca / Afonso Giaffone / W. Travaglini Opala Stock Car SP
17ª 25/ 01 /1987 Luiz Pereira / Marcos Gracia Opala Stock Car SP
18ª 23/ 01 /1988 Zeca Giaffone / Luiz Pereira / Walter T Opala Stock Car SP
19ª 21/ 01 /1989 Zeca Giaffone / Walter Travaglini Opala Stock Car SP
20ª 08/ 04 /1990 Carlos Alves / José Carlos Dias Opala Stock Car SP
21ª 26/ 01 /1992 Claus H. / Jurgen Weiss / Marc BMW M3 2300 SP
22ª 24/ 01 /1993 A. Hermann / Franz K / F. Frangemeir Porsche Carrera SP
23ª 22/ 01 /1994 Christian / Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. Porsche NSR 911 SP
24ª 08/ 04 /1995 W. Fittipaldi / Antonio Hermann / Franz Porsche 903 SP
25ª 20/ 04 /1996 André Resende / R. Keller / R. Aranha Porsche 911 SP
26ª 19/ 01 /1997 Nelson Piquet / J. Cecotto / Steve S. McLaren GTR DF
27ª 20/ 12 /1998 Tom Stefani / A. Grillo / J. Fernandes AS Vectra 2.0 SP
28ª 19/ 12 /1999 Beto Borghesi / Jair Bana / L. Borghesi Aldee AP 2000 PR
29ª 28/ 01 /2001 André Lara Resende / Régis Schuch / Max Wilson / Flávio Trindade Porsche GT3 SP

SP=Interlagos
DF=Brasília circuit
PR=Curitiba circuit


Just a curiosity: the winners of the 1970 event, Abílio and Alcides Diniz, were the father and the uncle of the ex-F1 driver Pedro Diniz. And the winners of the 1994 event, Christian and Wilson Jr. Fittipaldi, were father and son (as you all probably know).

#32 Chico Landi

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Posted 07 September 2001 - 08:18

I also found a list of the winners of the "500km of Interlagos", a rece contested only on the outside ring of the old circuit (which should be regarded as a 'roval' circuit).

7/9/1957
1º) Celso Lara Barberis - Maseratti/Corvette - 154 laps in 3h46min27s02, average 132 km/h
2º) Luiz Valente - 145 laps in 3h46min50s02
3º) Godofredo Viana Filho - 142 laps in 3h46min59s02
4º) Antonio Mendes de Barros - 127 laps in 3h46min47s09
5º) Rafael Gargiulo - 121 laps in 3h47min45s01
6º) Luiz Américo Margarido

7/9/1958
1º) Fritz D'orey - Ferrari/Corvette - 154 laps in 3h33min00s08, average de 141 km/h
2º) Camilo Christófaro - 152 laps in 3h33min55s07
3º) Celso Lara Barberis - 149 laps in 3h33min45s06
4º) Pascoal Nastromagario - 145 laps in 3h33min56s07
5º) Francisco Landi - 144 laps in 3h34min14s08
6º) Nain Honsi - 131 laps in 3h33min42s03

7/9/1959
1º) Celso Lara Barberis - Maseratti 3000 - 154 laps in 3h28min18s02, average de 142 km/h
2º) Nivola - 154 laps in 3h28min35s04
3º) Alberto Carraro - 154 laps in 3h28min44s02
4º) Antonio Mendes de Barros - 154 laps in 3h29min35s03
5º) Antonio Versa - 154 laps
6º) Fernando Mafra Moreira - 154 laps

#33 David McKinney

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Posted 07 September 2001 - 08:39

Chico, those 500km races were not sportscar races, were they?

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Posted 07 September 2001 - 11:16

Great , I was also looking for this kind of information for a long time!

#35 Chico Landi

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Posted 07 September 2001 - 11:39

I'm not really sure about the 500 km races, David. The information I have is minimal, but it seems that formula cars and sportscars were mixed. For sure, there were a DKW running at the 2nd edition of the "500 km of Interlagos".

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Posted 07 September 2001 - 15:36

I think you'll find that the 1993/5 and 1997 co-winners were Franz Konrad and Steve Soper, respectively. Also, Zeca Giaffone is the father of Affonso, Felipe and Zeca Jr. Could that Luiz Pereira (1988) be Luiz Pereira Bueno?

#37 Carlos Jalife

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Posted 07 September 2001 - 17:14

Udo, thanks for your letter. I have not been able to write anything in the Forum lately because I am very busy, moving my office, sold my home and a lot of personal stuff that takes a lot of time. First let me make a few precissions. If you are interested in South American Sports Car Races, then Mexico doesn't qualify. Mexico is in North America. However if you change the subject to Latin American Sports car races then we fit. It is not an easy distinction, specially in Europe where America means USA, and here
America is the continent from Alaska to Patagonia. I know because a lot of people in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, England think we are South americans, Actually, Madrid is closer to us than Sao Paulo, so let's not perpetuate stereotypes. Now, second. What do you mean by Sportscar races? We had the Carrera Panamericana, which was the ultimate, and it was part of the World hampionship. But other racves I could hardly call them Sports cars, they
were basically Touring races. It0s like saying the DTM is Sports Car when it is clearly not. However, in Mexico we had a funny idea which was to include an "Open category" in all races, so if anyone brought a Ferrari Testa Rossa, he could still compete although not in the touring classes, which was a bit unfair. Sometimes we had a few Sports cars, sometimes we had 1 or 2, but these weren't Sportscars races as the ones in Sebring, Nassau, or elsewhere
would be considered. In South America, I know there were some Sports Car races but again, the format was fairly similar to Mexico. The exceptions were the Buenos Aires 1000K and the Venezuelan GP which settled the world Sportscar championship in 1957, and for that one the Rodríguez brothers were denied an entry, by the way.
I have lots of stuff on races in Mexico but right now I am doing Rodríguez bio mostly since I don't have a lot of time, and I have piles and piles of papers with results but Sports car races I only can think of the Avándaro GP which was run rather continuously from 1953-60 and had a Sports car category some years. I read someone talks about the León race where Pedro came in second, and I have two results for that one, but in one Pedro beats Ricardo
who didn't finish, and in the other Ricardo beats Pedro in a Porsche
against the TR250 (a very tight track), so it might have been that they even had two races not one, but I can´t confirm that yet since I am not in that period of their lives (I don't do it chronologically from beginning to end, rather I start in the end and work back). Apart form them, there was only one other car which could be considered Sport, the rest were stuff like Opels, Renaults, Chevys, so I wouldn't consider it a proper Sports car race. Now, may I ask what is this for ? Are you writing a book or something? Or is it just for a site? What's the urgency (so I can prioritize stuff)? Where's Buch? My friends were in Darmstadt (so I had them take me to Bernd's Rosemeyer's monument) and Kessel mostly , but I also went to Frankfurt and Hamburg and Berlin (the old divided) one, and we never got to Nuremberg (I wanted to see where Pedro died) and the Nurburgring since it wasn't in their
plans. Well. let me know exactly what your plans are and then I can see what we can chip in.
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Posted 09 September 2001 - 21:30

Chico,
thanks very much for the winners list of the 1000 miles.
Does anyone know who that Klaus H. from 1992 is? And Marc?? (Surer???)

I did not know about the three 500 KMs of 1957-59 as well. Thanks for the results. In 57 Godofredo Viana was third. I have three Vianas in my records: Godofredo, Jair de Melo Viana and Juan-Manuel Viana, who, I belive is Argentinian. Can you confirm that?

#39 Chico Landi

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Posted 11 December 2001 - 11:14

Udo and everyone,

Three months late, but here we go.

1) The 1992 Mil Milhas Brasileiras' winners are Claus Henkotter, Jurgen Weiss (Weiß) and Marc Gindorf.
2) Godofredo and Jair Melo Viana are brazilians. Never heard of Juan-Manuel Viana, which makes me believe he is not brazilian (most likely from Argentina or Uruguay).
3) David is right: the "500 Km de Interlagos" were not sportscar races (but maybe one or two sportscars could hava taken part of it).
4) Fines and Stefan: Luiz Pereira has no relation with LP Bueno, as Francisco Marques is no relative from Tarso Marques (but Tarso's father, Paulo de Tarso, raced in Brazil Touring Car scene in the 70's and 80's) and Joao Ribeiro is no relative from Alex Ribeiro (Alex was the first driver in his family).
5) David, regarding the 1957 results: I have a copy from the "O Estado de S. Paulo" from 1st of december 1957, which introduces the Sao Paulo GP. However I haven't the 2nd of december edition, so no results or race report. There are a few changes and additions from what you've posted:

1957

1/12 Sao Paulo GP, Interlagos
1 J M Fangio (Maserati 300S)
2 Henrique Casini (Ferrari)
3 Chico Landi (Ferrari) - according to the newspaper, Landi drove a Maserati #82, possibly the one of the picture I've posted above.
4 Zampieri (Ferrari) - Should be Armando Zampiero, italian, and he shared the drive with Godofredo Viana.
5 Mafredi (Ferrari) - Should be Corrado Manfredini, italian, shared the drive with Severino Silva.

Here is the starting grid, in which you find the other starters:
1- #4 Fangio (Maserati) - 3m51s3
2- #82 Landi (Maserati) - 3m52s6
3- #46 Celso Lara Barberis (Ferrari) - 3m59s3
4- #12 Luigi (Gino) Munaron (I)/Mario Valentim (Maserati) - 3m59s7
5- #6 Casini (Ferrari) - 4m04s5
6- #36 Ico Ferreira (Ferrari) - 4m06s5
7- #5 Cícero da Costa Bittencourt (Ferrari) - 4m16s7
8- #17-A "Radium" (Porsche 1500cc) - 4m17s2
9- #8 Zampiero/Viana (Ferrari) - 4m21s5
10- #22 Manfredini/Silva (Maserati 2000cc) - 4m23s5
The pair Alvaro Varanda/"Niquinho" (Ferrari) is on the entry list, but not in the grid list.
All cars are 3000cc except when indicated.


8/12 Boa Vista GP
1 J M Fangio (Maserati 300S)
2 Gino Munaron (Ferrari)
3 Machado (Maserati)
OTHER STARTERS
Chico Landi (Ferrari) DNF - maybe Maserati?
Corrado Manfredini
Armando Zampiero


I've gathered lots of papers with info over sportscar races in Brazil in the 50's, 60's and 70's. Unfortunately, I have no time in the next days to type them in a computer. Hope to bring them to you as soon as possible.

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Posted 11 December 2001 - 17:05

Chico, maybe you can help me with a question I have for a long time already: Most records list the "Pereira" in Luis Pereira Bueno as a second christian name, i.e. Luis-Pereira Bueno, whereas I always believed this to be his first family name as in Luis Pereira-Bueno! What's right here?

#41 Chico Landi

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Posted 11 December 2001 - 19:16

Fines,
Pereira is for sure a family name in portuguese-speaking countries. I never heard of "Luis Pereira" as a composed name. But we have lots of "Luis Something" (my name is Luis Fernando, for example, and there's Luis Alberto, Luis Antonio and so on and so on...).

However, I've got the old man phone number and I'm about to call him to get some info for a work I'm into, and maybe I can get his 100% correct answer. Also, I have no idea if his "Luis" is with S or Z, so nothing better than to ask the man himself...

#42 William Hunt

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Posted 11 December 2001 - 19:16

U mean like Spaniard : LUIS PEREZ-SALA, who drove 2 years for Minardi (and whom I consider as a very underrated driver).

#43 Carlos Jalife

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Posted 11 December 2001 - 19:32

Michael, not the right place to do this but it sort of clicked that you were the one asking about Rebaque's March, the smiling face sort of said so in my mind.
About Pereira, I am sure it is a family name, nobody has that one a a first or second name in latin american countries. Actually it is a family name also in spanish and it can be written also as Pereyra in some places.
About Rebaque's march 82C used to win at Elkhart Lake in 1982. The first 6 were delivered in time for the first race of the season, and for the second race there were 2 new cars, 82C/7 and 82C/8. They went to Danny Sullivan and Héctor Rebaque, so the car has to be one of those two. A recollection from the Rebaque people says that they were told it was the last of the first batch (the factory made about 8 more later in the year) so it should be the 82C/8 and as that I am showing it in my records.
Sorry to intrude in this thread. I can now say I threw a thread :drunk:

#44 fines

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Posted 11 December 2001 - 21:55

Thanx Carlos and Chico!!! :) :)

#45 Chico Landi

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Posted 30 December 2001 - 20:32

Finally I'm done with compiling the results for sports and touringcars races in Brazil in the 50's and the 60's. The main sources are newspaper articles, some books (mainly a José Carlos Pace book, but also an Alex Ribeiro's one) and some Internet websites (as usual, a very unreliable source - brings more confusion than help).

I know that the work is far from ready and possibly there are some races there are not for sports or touringcars (I suspect the very first of the list is not), so any help here is more than welcome. Regarding the 500 Km of Interlagos, it appears that it mixed formula with sports and touringcars in the 50's, but from the 60's on there were no more formula cars.

The list is very big and, though it may bring no interest to many of the F1 lovers we have here, it's very useful to see the early career of names like Emerson Fittipaldi, José Carlos Pace and Wilson Fittipaldi Jr.

And if someone is interested to dig deeper into this subject, I suggest some websites (almost all of them in portuguese, better have a webtranslator).

http://www.formulane...tunel/index.cfm (VERY GOOD ONE!!! It's the memories of an ex-driver)
http://www.angelfire...lysbr/menu.html (about Willys Overland do Brasil)
http://www.pumacars.com (In English - about the Puma sports cars)
http://www.dkw.com.br (about the DKW-Vemag cars)

Here we go:


1950

01/10 – Corrida Interestadual – Interlagos
1) Chico Landi (Ferrari 1500) – 15 voltas em 58m08s2 (122,869 km/h)
2) Francisco Marques (Maserati 1500 compressore) – 15 voltas em 59m35s
3) Gilberto Pereira do Valle (Alfa Romeo 3000) – 15 voltas em 1h02m08s2
4) José Guidini (De Soto) – 15 voltas em 1h02m43s8
5) Luciano Bonini (Ford) – 15 voltas 1h03s14s6
6) Bonaccorsi (La Salle)
7) Salgado Cortez (Ford)
8) Amaral Júnior (Cadillac)
Abandonaram:
Francisco Azevedo (M.G.)
Pedro Silva (Volvo)
Luiz Valente (Ford)
Gino Bianco (Maserati 3200)
Volta mais rápida: Chico Landi (Ferrari 1500) – 3m50s (125,214 km/h)

1951

??/?? – São Paulo
1) Francisco Azevedo (Allard)

??/6 – Interlagos (corrida para carros 2.0)
1) Claudio Rodrigues
2) Joaquim Cardoso
3) Luís Vergueiro
4) Paulo Torres
5) Ladislau Neumann

18/8 – 24 Horas – Interlagos
1) Godofredo Viana/Pascoalino Buernocorsa
2) Chico Landi/Sebastião Casini
3) Claudio Rodrigues/Luciano Bonini
4) Luis Polo/Gilberto Machado
5) Franciso Azevedo/Francisco Marques
6) José Ambrósio/G. Stotemberg
7) Wilson Fittipaldi/João Ribeiro
8) Francisco Credentino/Aldo Botecini
9) Joaquim Cardoso/Luís Vergueiro
10) Alberto Babás/Geraldo Freitas
11) Ciro Omiras/Rafael Cargiulo
12) Francisco Silva/Geraldo Bonn
13) Catarino Andreata/Aristides Bertuol
14) Juze Fittipaldi/Darly Ribeiro
Também largaram:
Gino Bianco/Vittório António (abandono)
Rosalvo Mauaur/Artur Traula
Fernando Magalhães/Primo Fioresi

1952

12/1 – 50 milhas – Interlagos
1) Pedro Romero Filho (Allard-Cadillac)
2) Francisco Azevedo (Maserati)

1953

??/?? – Rio de Janeiro – Maracanã
1) Vasco Sameiro (P/Ferrari 225S)

1954

4/1 – XIII GP Cidade do Rio de Janeiro - Gávea
1) Emmanuel de Graffenried (Maserati 2.0) – 30 voltas em 4h14m31s7 (76,275 km/h)
2) Giulio Musitelli (Ferrari) – 4h22m37s8
3) Chico Landi (Ferrari 3.0)
4) Fernando Mascarenhas (Ferrari 250MM)
5) Annuar de Góes Daquer (Ferrari 2.7)
6) Godofredo Viana (Ferrari 2.0)
7) Jair de Melo Viana (Allard 4.8)
Também largaram:
Jacques Herzet/Johnny Claes (Ferrari 166MM)
Henrique Casini (Ferrari 3.0)
José Arroyo Nogueira Pinto (Ferrari 250MM)
Cláudio Daniel Rodrigues (Ferrari 3.0)
Catarino Andreata (Ferrari 2.7)
Arturo de Souza Costa (Ferrari 2.7)
Daniel Giappesoni (Ferrari 2.7)
Vasco Sameiro (Ferrari)
Jose Maria Ibáñez (Ferrari)
Pinheiro Pires (Maserati 2.0)
Euclides de Brito (Maserati 2.0)
Henri Peignaux (Jaguar C-type)
Ciro Cayres (Allard)
Artur Troula (Alfa Romeo 2.5)
Jairo Monteiro (Ferrari 3.0)
Otto Flexa (Ferrari 2.3)
Benedito Lopes (Ferrari 2.0)
Rubens Abrunhosa (Talbot 4.5)
Hans Stuck (Porsche)
Daniele Foufounis/Emilio Eminente (Jaguar)

??/1 – VII Grande Prêmio Cidade de São Paulo – Interlagos
1 Emmanuel de Graffenried (Maserati 2.0)
2 Cláudio Daniel Rodrigues (Ferrari 2.0)
3 Henrique Casini (Ferrari 3.0)
4 Fernando Mascarenhas (Ferrari 250MM)
5 Hans Stuck (Porsche)
6 Ciro Caires (Ferrari 2.3)
7 Bernardo Hornett (Maserati 2.0)
8 Jair de Melo Viana/Godofredo Viana (Ferrari 2.3)
9 Bob Falkenburg (Jaguar)
10 Johnny Claes (Ferrari 166MM)
Também largaram:
Giulio Musitelli (Ferrari)
Vasco Sameiro (Ferrari)
José Arroyo Nogueira Pinto (Ferrari 250MM)
Chico Landi (Ferrari)
Gino Bianco (Ferrari)
Catarino Andreata (Ferrari)
Daniel Giappesoni (Ferrari 2.7)
Pinheiro Pires (Talbot 4.5)
Pedro Romero Filho (Allard)
Henri Peignaux (Jaguar XK 120C)
João Ribeiro (Lancia 1.7)
Artur Troula (Alfa Romeo 2.5)
Paulo Motta (MG)
Uumo Otávio Vecchi (MG)
Jorge Eddel Fiat (Fiat)

25/1 – Salvador
1) Chico Landi (Ferrari 2.0)

??/?? (03/4?) – Rio de Janeiro - Maracanã
1) Arthur de Souza Costa (Ferrari)
2) Celso Lara Barberis (Ferrari?)
3) Ciro Cayres (Maserati)
(Abandonou: Alvaro Niemeyer – MG?)

??/?? (03/4?) – Rio de Janeiro - Maracanã
1) ???
2) McKay-Fraser (Ferrari 250MM)
(Abandonou: Alvaro Niemeyer – MG?)

??/?? – Mil Milhas do IV Centenário – Interlagos
1) Celso Lara Barberis
Abandonou:
Ciro Cayres (Carreteira Ford)

1955

20/2 – Rio de Janeiro
1) Vasco Sameiro (POR/Ferrari 750 Monza) – 60 voltas em 58m42s2 (108,456 km/h)
2) Celso Lara Barberis (Ferrari 625 TF chassi 0304) – 59 voltas
3) Henrique Casini (Ferrari MM) – 58 voltas
4) Arthur de Souza Filho (Ferrari) – 58 voltas
5) (Ciro?) Cayres (Allard-Cadillac) – 57 voltas
6) P. Lanat (Ferrari LM) – 55 voltas
Abandonou: A. Cayres (Maserati-Jaguar XK120) – 1 volta

1956

24/11 – I Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Catarino Andreatta/Breno Fornari (Ford-Carretera) – 201 voltas em 16h16m02s (99 km/h)
2) Eugenio Martins/Christian Heins (Volkswagen) – 197 voltas
3) Aristides Bertuol/Valdir Rebeschini (Chevrolet) – 192 voltas
4) Euclides Bastos/Germano Shooyal (Ford) – 192 voltas
5) Claudio Daniel Rodrigues/Luciano Bonini (Ford) – 188 voltas
6) Ciro Cayres/Andrade (Volvo) – 186 voltas
7) Haroldo Dreux/Aldo Costa (Volkswagen) – 185 voltas
8) José Azmuz/Raul Wigner (Ford) – 184 voltas
9) José Guidini/Luis Ambrósio (Jaguar) – 181 voltas
10) Flavio Beneducce Filho/Hélio Rossi (Ford) – 180 voltas
11) Alfredo Santilli/Valdemar Santilli (Cadillac) – 180 voltas
12) Aldo Finardi/Orlando Menegas (Ford) – 180 voltas
13) Nativo Pedro Camozzato/Dirceu Oliveira (Ford) – 180 voltas
14) Luis Américo Margarido/Manuel Luis Canteiro (Chevrolet) – 178 voltas
15) Luis Valente/Djalma Pezzolato (Ford) – 177 voltas
16) Cirilo Previdi/José Cury (Cadillac) – 174 voltas
17) Fernando Pirajá/Gilberto Pereira do Vale (Simca) – 173 voltas
18) Paulo Alves Mota/José Luis Andrade (Jaguar) – 170 voltas
19) José Otero/Nicanor Ollé (Ford) – 167 voltas
20) Haroldo Vaz Lobo/Rosalvo Mansur Francisco (Ford) – 157 voltas
Abandonos:
Chico Landi/Jair de Melo Viana
Júlio Andreatta/Alcides Schroeder (Ford)
Diogo Luis Ellwanger/José Madri (Ford)
Melhor volta: Chico Landi (4m16s)

1957

07/9 – I 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Celso Lara Barberis (Maserati-Corvette) - 154 voltas em 3h46min27s2 (132 km/h)
2) Luiz Valente - 145 voltas em 3h46min50s02
3) Godofredo Viana Filho - 142 voltas em 3h46min59s02
4) Antonio Mendes de Barros (Maserati 300S #3035) - 127 voltas em 3h46min47s09
5) Rafael Gargiulo - 121 voltas em 3h47min45s01
6) Luiz Américo Margarido

24/11 – II Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Aristides Bertuol/Orlando Menegas (Chevrolet-Carretera)
Participou:
Chico Landi

1/12 – GP de São Paulo – Interlagos
1) Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati 300S #3069)
2) Henrique Casini (Ferrari 3.0)
3) Chico Landi (Maserati 300S)
4) Armando Zampiero/Godofredo Viana (Ferrari 3.0)
5) Corrado Manfredini/Severino Silva (Ferrari 2.0)
Também largaram:
Celso Lara Barberis (Ferrari 3.0)
Luigi (Gino) Munaron (I)/Mario Valentim (Maserati 3.0)
Ico Ferreira (Ferrari 3.0)
Cícero da Costa Bittencourt (Ferrari 3.0)
"Radium" (Porsche 1500cc)
Alvaro Varanda/"Niquinho" (Ferrari) - ???

8/12 – GP do Rio de Janeiro – Gávea? Boa Vista?
1) Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati 300S #3069)
2) Gino Munaron (Ferrari)
3) Machado (Maserati)
4) Sebastiao (Henrique?) Casini (Ferrari)
5) Godofredo Viana (Ferrari)
Também largaram:
Chico Landi (Ferrari ou Maserati?)
Corredo Manfredini
Armando Zampiero

1958

07/9 – II 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Fritz D'Orey (Ferrari-Corvette) - 154 voltas em 3h33min00s8 (141 km/h)
2) Camilo Christófaro - 152 voltas em 3h33min55s07
3) Celso Lara Barberis - 149 voltas em 3h33min45s06
4) Pascoal Nastromagario - 145 voltas em 3h33min56s07
5) Chico Landi - 144 voltas em 3h34min14s08
6) Nain Honsi - 131 voltas em 3h33min42s03

23/11 – III Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Catarino Andreatta/Breno Fornari (Ford-Carretera) – (102,700 km/h)
2) Chico Landi/José Gimenez Lopes
Também correram:
Ciro Cayres
Caetano Damiani

1959

07/9 – III 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Celso Lara Barberis (Maseratti 3000cc) - 154 voltas em 3h28min18s02 (142 km/h)
2) Nivola - 154 voltas em 3h28min35s04
3) Alberto Carraro - 154 voltas em 3h28min44s02
4) Antonio Mendes de Barros (Maserati 300S #3035) - 154 voltas em 3h29min35s03
5) Antonio Versa - 154 voltas em 3h29min09s02
6) Fernando Mafra Moreira - 154 voltas em 3h29min36s03

22/11 – IV Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Catarino Andreatta/Breno Fornari (Ford-Carretera) – 16h22m38s
Participou:
Chico Landi (Alfa Romeo JK)

1960

12/3 – Circuito de Piracicaba
1) ??????

03/7 – I 24 Horas de Interlagos
1) Álvaro Varanda/Aílton Varanda (Alfa Romeo JK) – 299 voltas
2) Chico Landi/Camillo Christófaro (Alfa Romeo JK) – 293 voltas
3) Carlo Lissoni/Luciano Della Porta (Alfa Romeo JK) – 293 voltas
4) Karl Iwers/Diogo Ellwanger (DKW Vemag) – 280 voltas
5) Waldemir Costa/Zoroastro Avon (Simca Chambord) – 280 voltas
6) Catarino Andreatta/Breno Fornari (Simca) – 279 voltas
7) Eugenio Martins/Christian Heins (DKW Vemag) – 278 voltas
8) Mario Cesar Camargo/Eduardo Scuracchio (DKW Vemag) – 275 voltas
9) Ciro Cayres/Bird Clemente (Simca) – 268 voltas
10) Milton Nascimento/Juvenal Terra (DKW Vemag) – 259 voltas
11) Eugenio Cardinalli/Beto (Volkswagen) – 256 voltas
12) Hugo Guidini/Luiz Rodrigues (DKW Vemag) – 250 voltas
13) Lauro Bezerra/Antonio Versa (Simca) – 235 voltas
14) "Volante 13"/Ivo Rizzardi (DKW Vemag) – 234 voltas
15) José Maria Sales Cruz/Antonio Pereira (Volkswagen) – 229 voltas
16) Rodolfo Poratto/Norberto Rochet (Simca) – 214 voltas
17) Godofredo Viana Filho/Roberto Claro (DKW Vemag) – 198 voltas
18) J. Khan/Luiz Antonio Greco (DKW Vemag) – 197 voltas

??/11 – GP do Rio de Janeiro – Guanabara
1) Mário Araújo Cabral (POR/Maserati 3000cc) – 35 voltas em 1h08m43s3
2) Fernando da Silva Ramos (Porsche 1500cc) – 35 voltas em 1h09m28s9
3) Daniel Magalhães (POR/Porsche 1500cc)
4) Henrique Casini (Maserati 4500cc)
5) Luis Milan (Ferrari 5000cc)
6) Frank Francis (Lotus 1300cc)
7) Annie Soisbault (BEL/Porsche 1600cc)

27/11 – V Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Chico Landi/Christian Heins (Alfa Romeo JK) – 201 voltas em 15h23m (104,412 km/h)
2) Ivo Rizzardi/Alfredo Santilli (Chevrolet) – 198 voltas
3) Álvaro Varanda/Aílton Varanda (Alfa Romeo JK) – 195 voltas
4) Camillo Christófaro/Celso Lara Barberis (Chevrolet) – 193 voltas
5) Joluan Oliveira/Mario Oliveira (Alfa Romeo JK) – 190 voltas
6) Enio L. Machado/Afonso Hoch (Ford) – 186 voltas
7) Paulo Marinho/Geraldo Bandeira (DKW Vemag) – 184 voltas
8) Antonio Versa/Eugenio Cardinalli (Chevrolet) – 176 voltas
9) Orlando Menegas/Ítalo Bertão (Chevrolet) – 174 voltas
10) Mario Cesar Camargo/Ciro Cayres (DKW Vemag) – 172 voltas
11) Danilo Lemos/Luiz Antonio Greco (DKW Vemag) – 170 voltas
12) José Tobias/José Francisco (Cadillac) – 168 voltas
13) Júlio Andreatta/Haroldo Vaz Lobo (Ford) – 167 voltas
14) Raul Lepper/Francisco Said (Ford) – 163 voltas
15) Albino Brentar/Eduardo Ribeiro (Volvo) – 162 voltas
16) José Maria Sales da Cruz/Antonio Pereira
17) Karl Iwers/Henrique Iwers
18) Walter Puce/Eduardo Puce
19) Germano Schlogl/Eugenio Souza
20) Catarino Andreatta/Breno Fornari

1961

04/6 – II 24 Horas de Interlagos
1) Chico Landi/Christian Heins (Alfa Romeo JK) – 308 voltas (102,166 km/h)
2) Álvaro Varanda/Eugenio Martins (Alfa Romeo JK) – 307 voltas
3) Camillo Christófaro/Jean Louis Lacerda (Alfa Romeo JK) – 307 voltas
4) Aílton Varanda/Mario Olivetti (Alfa Romeo JK) – 307 voltas
5) Zoroastro Avon/Waldemir Costa (Simca) – 296 voltas
6) Vitorio Andreatta/Aldo Costa (Simca) – 295 voltas
7) Karl Iwers/Henrique Iwers (DKW Vemag) – 294 voltas
8) Norberto Rochet/Rodolfo Poratto (Simca) – 289 voltas
9) Alberto Audrá/Lauro Bezerra Filho (Simca) – 279 voltas
10) Milton Nascimento/Juvenal Terra (DKW Vemag) – 274 voltas
11) Ciro Cayres/Bird Clemente (Simca) – 273 voltas
12) Catarino Andreatta (Simca) – 273 voltas
13) Luiz Rodrigues/Iraé Aranha (DKW Vemag) – 267 voltas
14) Antonio Versa/Arnaldo Pacini (DKW Vemag) – 259 voltas
15) Roberto Galucci/Antonio Carlos de Aguiar (Alfa Romeo JK) – 257 voltas
16) José Otaviano Cury/Rubens Apovian (Volkswagen) – 256 voltas
17) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho/Luiz Antonio Greco (DKW Vemag) – 255 voltas
18) Lugi Ciai/Moisés Saubel (DKW Vemag) – 254 voltas
19) Hugo Guidini/Jorge Eduardo Bezerra (DKW Vemag) – 253 voltas
20) José Ramos/Armando Ramos (DKW Vemag) – 249 voltas
Também correu:
"Volante 13" (DKW Vemag)

07/9 – IV 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Celso Lara Barberis/Ruggero Peruzzo (Maserati 450S-Corvette) – 154 voltas em 3h27m45s2 (143,268 km/h)
2) Aguinaldo Góis Filho (Ferrari Testa Rossa) – 151 voltas em 3h28m50s1
3) Ruggero Peruzzo/Celso Lara Barberis (Masserati 300S) – 149 voltas em 3h27m46s1
4) Justino de Maio (Corvette) – 147 voltas em 3h28m20s8
5) Antonio Versa (Maserati-Corvette) – 144 voltas em 3h28m42s4
6) Paulo Augusto Amaral (Porsche) – 142 voltas em 3h28m20s6
7) Alcindo Ribeiro de Barros (Ferrari-Lancia) – 141 voltas em 3h28m35s3
8) Gino Bianco (Maserati) – 137 voltas em 3h28m12s9
9) Rizziero D’Angelo (Riz Esporte) – 136 voltas em 3h28m14s7
10) Nelson Bastos (Maserati-Corvette) – 129 voltas em 3h28m03s2
Abandonos:
Camillo Christófaro
Ciro Cayres
Desclassificados:
Roberto Galucci (Ferrari)
Nicolau Guerra
Jaime Guerra (Maserati-Corvette)
* - Acidente com Jaime Guerra matou o mecânico Vitor Losacco

??/11 – Circuito de Piracicaba
Participou:
"Volante 13" (DKW)

26/11 – VI Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Ítalo Bertão/Orlando Menegas (Chevrolet-Corvette) – 201 voltas em 15h15m (107,267 km/h)
2) Chico Landi/Christian Heins (Alfa Romeo JK) – 201 voltas (a 12s do vencedor)
3) Mario Olivetti/Aílton Varanda (Alfa Romeo JK) – 193 voltas
4) José Azmuz/Aristides Bertuol (Ford) – 193 voltas
5) Ivo Rizzardi/Caetano Damiani (Chevrolet-Corvette) – 193 voltas
6) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho/Bird Clemente (DKW Vemag) – 191 voltas
7) Luiz Antonio Greco/Juvenal Terra (DKW Vemag) – 191 voltas
8) Antonio Carlos Aguiar/Antonio Carlos Avallone (Chevrolet-Corvette) – 189 voltas
9) Waldemar Costa/Waldemar Costa Filho (Simca Chambord) – 185 voltas
10) Ciro Cayres/Danilo de Lemos (Simca Chambord) – 182 voltas
11) Eugenio Martins/Aguinaldo Góis Filho (Alfa Romeo JK) – 182 voltas
12) Sérgio Peixoto de Castro/José Francisco Silva (Alfa Romeo JK) – 181 voltas
13) Karl Iwers/Henrique Iwers (DKW Vemag) – 179 voltas
14) Milton Mens/Luiz Valente (Ford) – 173 voltas
15) Antonio Paulo Serrador/Moisés Saubel – 171 voltas
Abandonos:
Catarino Andreatta
Celso Lara Barberis/Camillo Christófaro
Melhor volta: Antonio Carlos Avallone (Chevrolet-Corvette), 4m07s

1962

25/1 – I 12 Horas de Interlagos
1) Chico Landi/Camillo Christófaro (Alfa Romeo JK) – 153 voltas em 12h01m05s2 (100,488 km/h)
2) Emílio Zambello/Ruggero Peruzzo (Alfa Romeo JK) – 151 voltas
3) Ugo Galina/Michele Ferreti (Alfa Romeo JK)
4) Flavio Dal Mese/Juvenal Terra Domenice (DKW Vemag)
5) Celso Lara Barberis/Piero Gancia (Alfa Giulietta)
6) José Luis Andrade/Ruby Loureiro (Alfa Romeo JK)
7) Aguinaldo Góis Filho/Rodolfo Costa (Alfa Romeo JK)
8) "Volante 13"/"O‘Hara" (DKW Vemag)
9) Leon Max/Alan Max (Alfa Romeo JK)
10) "Rio Negro"/Ariberto Iasi (Volkswagen)
11) Antonio Serrador/Moisés Saubel (DKW Vemag)
12) "Áquila"/Zoroastro Avon (DKW Vemag)
13) Jair Luis Santiago/Fernando R. Oliveira (DKW Vemag)
14) Ubaldo Cesar Lolli/Augusto M. Lolli/Ciro Cayres (Simca)
15) Danilo de Lemos/Antonio Scheppa (DKW Vemag)
16) Sergio Micheloni/Roberto Dal Pont (DKW Vemag)
17) Francisco F. Mello Júnior/Luis Meneghello (Volkswagen)
18) Afonso Castelano Neto/Ivo Rizzardi/Nelson Spedo (Volkswagen)
19) José Ramos/Armando Ramos (DKW Vemag)
Desclassificado:
Bird Clemente

19/8 – ???? – Araraquara
1) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho (DKW Vemag)

??/9 – I 3 Horas de Velocidade – Interlagos
1) Rodolfo Olival Costa (Willys Interlagos) – (107 km/h)

07/9 – V 500 Km de Interlagos – Interlagos
1) Roberto Galucci (Maserati-Corvette) - 154 voltas em 3h20min35s3 (147 km/h)
2) Camillo Christófaro - 150 voltas em 3h19min40s02
3) Antonio Carlos Aguiar - 150 voltas em 3h20min50s03
4) Justino de Maio - 149 voltas em 3h20min19s02
5) Christian Heins - 141 voltas em 3h20min18s03
6) Arlindo Aguiar - 140 voltas em 3h20min17s02

??/?? – I 500 Milhas – Interlagos
1) Christian Heins/Luiz Antonio Greco (Willys Interlagos) – 7h16m37s
Abandonaram:
Chico Landi/Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho (Porsche 356)

??/?? – I 1000 Km de Brasília
1) Antonio Carlos Aguiar/Antonio Carlos Avallone (Alfa Romeo JK) – 209 voltas em 9h55m38s9
2) Mario Olivetti/Hélio Rodrigues (Alfa Romeo JK)
3) Christian Heins/Aguinaldo de Góis (Willys Interlagos)

??/?? – I 12 Horas de Porto Alegre
1) Breno Fornari (Simca)

??/?? – 6 Horas da Barra da Tijuca
1) ????? (Simca)
Participou:
Bob Sharp (Volkswagen 1200)

1963

30/6 – IV Aniversário do Automóvel Clube Paulista (Estreantes) – Interlagos
1) Victor Simonsen (Alfa Romeo JK)
2) Antonio Bixilia (Alfa Romeo JK)
Também correram:
José Carlos Pace (Gordini)
Carol Figueiredo
Desclassificado:
João Batista Bravo Caldeira (Gordini)

25/8 – ????? (Grupo 1) – Araraquara
1) José Carlos Pace (Willys Interlagos)
2) Marivaldo Fernandes

??/9 – II 3 Horas de Velocidade – Interlagos
1) Wilson Fittipaldi Júnior (Willys Interlagos)

07/9 – VI 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Roberto Galucci (Maserati-Corvette) - 154 voltas em 3h24min30 (147,986 km/h)
2) Antonio Mendes de Barros (Maseratti-Corvette)
3) Jaime Silva (Simca Special)
4) Luiz Valente (Duchen Special)
5) Marivaldo Fernandes (Gordini Jr)
6) Euclides Pinheiro (Maserati)
* - acidente fatal com Celso Lara Barberis (Júnior Landi)

??/?? – I 1.500 Km de Interlagos
1) Chico Landi/Marivaldo Fernandes (Willys Interlagos) – 188 voltas em 14h16m04s3 (105,412 km/h)

??/?? – II 12 Horas de Interlagos
1) Camillo Christófaro/Antonio Carlos Aguiar/Décio D’Agostinho (Alfa Romeo JK)

??/?? – I 100 Milhas de Interlagos
1) Wilson Fittipaldi Júnior (Willys Interlagos) – 1h25m17s3 (112,565 km/h)

??/?? – I 1.600 Km de Interlagos
1) Jaime Silva/Ciro Cayres (Simca) – 200 voltas em 14h50m (107,400 km/h)

??/?? – Prova "Estrada da Produção" – Interior de SP
1) (Vittorio?) Andreatta
Abandonou: Chico Landi (Carreteira)

??/?? – I 12 Horas de Brasília
1) Mario Olivetti/Amilcar Baroni (FNM)

??/?? – II 12 Horas de Porto Alegre
1) Walter Dal Zotto/Juvenal Martins (Simca)

??/?? – 1000 Km de Brasília
Terminaram a prova:
Luiz Pereira Bueno/Francisco Lameirão/Christian Heins (Gordini 40)
Abandonaram:
Christian Heins (Willys Interlagos)
Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Willys Interlagos)
Rodolfo Costa/Aguinaldo de Góis/Christian Heins (Willys Interlagos)

1964

16/2 – 1o Campeonato Carioca de Automobilismo (Abertura) – Ilha do Fundão
1) Mario Olivetti (Alfa Romeo JK) – (84,868 km/h)
2) Amilcar Baroni
3) Carlos Lissani (Alfa Romeo JK)
4) Milton Amaral (Willys Interlagos)

07/6 – I GP do Estado da Guanabara – Ilha do Fundão
1) Luiz Pereira Bueno (Willys Interlagos)
2) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Willys Interlagos)

05/7 – Grande Prêmio "Vitória da Democracia" - Interlagos
1) Camillo Christófaro (Maserati)

??/7 - ???? – Barra da Tijuca
1) Chico Landi (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche) (Desclassificado??)

??/9 – III 3 Horas de Velocidade – Interlagos
1) Jaime Silva (Simca-Abarth) – 43 voltas (113,562 km/h)
2) Ciro Cayres (Simca-Abarth) (abandonou???)
Participou:
José Carlos Pace (Renault 1093)

07/9 – VII 500 Km de Interlagos
1) José Fernando "Toco" Martins/Ciro Cayres (Simca-Abarth) - 63 voltas em 4h17min58s9 (117,225 km/h)
2) Luiz Pereira Bueno (Willys Interlagos) - 60 voltas em 4h18min06s3
3) José Carlos Pace (Willys Interlagos)
4) Bird Clemente (Willys Interlagos)
5) Carol Figueiredo (Renault)
6) Waldemir Costa (Renault 1093)

??/?? – I 1.000 Km de Interlagos
1) Roberto Dal Pont/Eduardo Scuracchio (DKW) – (93,560 km/h)

??/?? – I 250 Milhas de Interlagos
1) Roberto Gallucci (Maserati-Corvette) – 124 voltas (149,953 km/h)
* - acidente fatal com Américo Cioffi

??/?? – II 12 Horas de Brasília
1) Luiz Pereira Bueno/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr./Bird Clemente (Willys Interlagos) – (98,890 km/h)

??/?? – 6 Horas de Brasília
1) Ciro Cayres

??/?? – GP Taça das Américas – Interlagos
1) ??????? (DKW-Malzoni)

??/?? – 500 Km da Barra da Tijuca
1) ??????? (DKW-Malzoni)

??/?? – I 6 Horas de Curitiba
1) Bird Clemente/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Gordini)
2) José Carlos Pace/Carol Figueiredo (Gordini)

??/?? – II GP de Fortaleza
1) ?????? (DKW-Vemag)

??/?? – João Pessoa
1) ??????? (DKW-Vemag)

??/?? – Petrópolis
1) ?????? (DKW-Vemag)


1965

11/4 – 2o Campeonato Carioca de Automobilismo (Abertura) – Ilha do Fundão
1) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Willys Interlagos)
2) Luiz Pereira Bueno (Willys Interlagos)
3) José Carlos Pace (Willys Interlagos)
4) Sérgio P. Castro (Willys Interlagos)
5) Emerson Fittipaldi (Renault 1093) - * 1a corrida na carreira de Emerson Fittipaldi

??/9 – IV 3 Horas de Velocidade – Interlagos
1) Emílio Zambello (Alfa Giulia) – 41 voltas (109,055 km/h)

07/9 – VIII 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Jaime Silva (Simca-Abarth) - 154 voltas em 3h28min05s (144,173 km/h)
2) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Monoposto Willys) - 149 voltas
3) Ciro Cayres (Protótipo Simca) - 148 voltas
4) Eduardo Celidônio (Ferrari-Corvette) - 148 voltas
5) Antonio Carlos Aguiar (Chevrolet-Corvette) - 148 voltas

19/9 – GP IV Centenário da Guanabara – Barra da Tijuca
1) Camillo Christófaro (Ferrari 250 GTO)
2) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho (DKW Malzoni)
3) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Alpine Willys)
4) Jaime Silva (Simca Abarth)
5) Eduardo Scuracchio (DKW Malzoni)
6) Bird Clemente (Willys Interlagos)
11) Francisco Lameirão (DKW Malzoni)

28/11 – VII Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Justino di Maio/Victorio Azzalin (Chevrolet-Corvette) – 14h59m26s4 (107,267 km/h)
Também participaram:
Emerson Fittipaldi/Antonio Carlos "Totó" Porto (Gordini)

19/12 – II 250 Milhas de Interlagos
1) Camillo Christófaro/Antonio Carlos Aguiar (Chevrolet-Corvette) – 50 voltas (119,800 km/h)
2) Caetano Damiani (Carreteira)
3) Piero Gancia/Marivaldo Fernandes (Alfa Zagato)
4) José Carlos Pace/Antonio Carlos "Totó" Porto (Volkswagen Sedan)

??/?? – II 1.600 Km de Interlagos
1) Luiz Pereira Bueno/José Carlos Pace (Gordini) – (105,700 km/h)
2) Bird Clemente/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Gordini)
3) Camillo Christófaro (Chevrolet-Corvette)
4) Carol Figueiredo/Rodolfo Olival Costa (Gordini)

??/?? – III 12 Horas de Interlagos
1) Jaime Silva/José Fernando Martins/Ciro Cayres (Simca Abarth) – (98 km/h)
Abandonaram:
Wilson Fittipaldi Jr., Luiz Pereira Bueno, Bird Clemente, José Carlos Pace, Marivaldo Fernandes, Emerson Fittipaldi (todos com Alpine Willys)

??/?? – I 6 Horas de Interlagos
1) Jaime Silva (Simca Abarth) – (114,458 km/h)

??/?? – III 12 Horas de Brasília
1) Jaime Silva/José Fernando Martins (Simca-Abarth) – (100 km/h)

??/?? – Circuito de Piracicaba
1) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho (DKW-Malzoni)

??/?? – GP IV Centenário da Guanabara
1) ???????? (DKW-Malzoni)

??/?? – GP Rodovia do Café - Paraná
1) ????????
2) ???????? (DKW-Malzoni)

??/?? – ????? – Recife
1) Jaime Silva (Simca Abarth)
2) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho (DKW)

??/?? – II 6 Horas de Curitiba
1) Ciro Cayres (Simca Abarth)

??/?? – I Circuito de Vitória
1) Ciro Cayres (Simca Abarth)

1966

01/5 – 1000 Km de Brasília
1) Piero Gancia/Marivaldo Fernandes (Alfa Giulia)
2) Mario Olivetti/Carlos Bravo (Protótipo Alfa)
3) Pedro Vitor Delamare/Ludovino Perez (Willys Interlagos)
4) Celso Luiz Gerbassi/Newton Alves (DKW-Malzoni)
5) Lula Gancia/Felici Albertini (Fiat Abarth)
6) Paulo Guaraciaba/Aladino Borges (Gordini)
7) Enio Garcia/Antonio Martins Filho (Simca)
8) André Gustavo/Paulo Cesar Lopes (Gordini)
9) Antonio P. Souza/Fernando Barcelos (Gordini)
10) Lair Carvalho/Gilberto Augusto (Gordini)
Abandonaram:
José Carlos Pace/Emerson Fittipaldi (Alfa Zagato)
Também correram:
Roberto Faria (DKW)
George Papas (DKW)

03/6 – ????? – Interlagos
1) Bird Clemente (Alpine Willys)
Abandonou:
José Carlos Pace (Kharmann Ghia-Volkswagen)

??/? - ????? – Novo autódromo do Rio de Janeiro (Jacarepaguá)
1) Carol Figueiredo (Alpine Willys)
2) José Carlos Pace (Kharmann Ghia)

??/9 – V 3 Horas de Velocidade – Interlagos
1) Luiz Pereira Bueno (Alpine Willys) – 44 voltas (116,650 km/h)
2) Francisco Lameirão (DKW Malzoni)
3) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho (DKW)
4) Jan Balder (DKW)
Abandonou:
José Carlos Pace (Kharmann Ghia)

07/9 – IX 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Luiz Pereira Bueno (Alpine Willys) – 154 voltas em 3h28min01 (145,163 km/h)
2) Bird Clemente (Alpine Willys) - 149 voltas
3) Piero Gancia (Protótipo Simca) - 145 voltas
4) Mario Cesar de Camargo Filho - 142 voltas
5) José Ramos (DKW-Malzoni) - 139 voltas
6) Jair "Jota" Santiago (Simca) - 131 voltas
7) Waldemar Costa (Willys Interlagos)
8) Marivaldo Fernandes (Kharmann Ghia)
9) José Augusto Gontijo (DKW Malzoni)
10) Roberto Faria (DKW)
Abandonaram:
José Carlos Pace (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
Também correram:
Pedro Vitor Delamare (Simca)
Aladino Borges (Gordini)

27/11 – VIII Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Camillo Christófaro/Eduardo Celidônio (Chevrolet-Corvette) – 201 voltas em 14h30m30s (110,830 km/h)
2) Mario Cesar de Camargo FIlho/Eduardo Scuracchio (DKW-Malzoni)
3) Emerson Fittipaldi/Jan Balder (DKW-Malzoni)
4) Norman Casari/Carlos Erimá (DKW-Malzoni)
5) José Carlos Pace/Antonio Carlos "Totó" Porto (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
6) Jaime Silva/Toco Martins (Simca)
7) Luiz Pereira Bueno/Luiz Fernando Terra Smith (Alpine Willys)
8) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr./Ludovino Perez (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
Também participaram:
Bird Clemente (Alpine Willys)
Piero Gancia (Alfa Romeo)
Affonso Giaffone (Alfa Zagatto)
"Volante 13" (DKW)
Roberto Dal Pont (DKW)
Francisco Lameirão (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)

18/12 – 1000 Km da Guanabara
1) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr./Ludovino Perez (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
2) José Carlos Pace/Antonio Carlos "Totó" Porto (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
3) Luiz Fernando Terra Smith/Marivaldo Fernandes (Alpine Willys)
4) Emerson Fittipaldi/Jan Balder (DKW-Malzoni)
5) Luiz Pereira Bueno/Bird Clement (Alpine Willys)
6) Piero Gancia/Emílio Zambello (Alfa Giulia)
7) Norman Casari/Carlos Erimá (DKW-Malzoni)
8) Sérgio Cardoso/Carlos Sicupira (Alfa Giulia)
9) Luiz Felipe Gama Cruz/Abelardo Milanez
10) Fernando Pereira/Ronaldo Rebeche (Willys Interlagos)
Também correram:
Ciro Cayres/Ubaldo Lolli (Alfa Giulia)
Carlos Bravo (Gordini)
Mario Cesar Camargo Filho/Joaquim Carlos "Cacaio" Telles de Matos (DKW Malzoni)
Celso Gerbassi (DKW Malzoni)
Newton Alves (DKW Malzoni)
Paulo Guaraciaba (Gordini)
Jair "Jota" Santiago (Simca)
André Gustavo (Gordini)
Paulo Cesar Lopes (Gordini)
Antonio P. Souza (Gordini)
Lair Carvalho (Willys Interlagos)
Gilberto Augusto (Willys Interlagos)

??/?? – III 24 Horas de Interlagos
1) Emílio Zambello/Ubaldo Lolli (Alfa Giulia II Super) – 302 voltas

??/?? – III 250 Milhas de Interlagos
1) José Ramos (DKW Malzoni)

??/?? – GP de Piracicaba
1) Mário César de Camargo Filho (DKW Vemag)
Abandonou:
José Carlos Pace (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)

??/?? – 3 Horas de Velocidade do Rio de Janeiro
1) Bird Clemente (Alpine Willys)
2) José Carlos Pace/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)

??/?? – Prêmio Prefeito Faria Lima - Interlagos
1) José Carlos Pace (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
Participou:
Francisco Lameirão (DKW-Malzoni)

1967

22/4 – 1000 Km de Brasília
1) José Carlos Pace/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
2) Emerson Fittipaldi/Francisco Lameirão (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
3) Lian Duarte/Rodolfo Olival Costa (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)

??/9 – VI 3 Horas de Velocidade – Interlagos
1) Piero Gancia (Alfa Giulia GTA) – 46 voltas (117,240 km/h)

07/9 – X 500 Km de Interlagos
1) Antonio Carlos "Totó" Porto/Buby Loureiro (Aranae - Fórmula V) - 154 voltas em 3h52min07 (128,900 km/h)
2) José Carlos Pace/Carol Figueiredo (Aranae) - 154 voltas
3) Eduardo Celidônio - Ferrari/Corvette - 154 voltas
4) Antonio Carlos Aguiar - 153 voltas
5) Francisco Lameirão - 150 voltas
6) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. - 150 voltas
Também participaram:
Jaime Silva
Maneco Combacau/Jan Balder
Joaquim Carlos "Cacaio" Telles de Matos/Mario Cesar Camargo Filho
Emerson Fittipaldi

03/12 – IX Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
1) Luiz Pereira Bueno/Luiz Fernando Terra Smith (Interlagos Mark I) – 201 voltas em 14h06m43 (113,94 km/h)
Também participaram:
Jan Balder/Carlos Alberto Sgarbi (Kharmann Ghia-Chevrolet)
Emerson Fittipaldi/Wilson Fittipaldi (Protótipo Fitti-Porsche)
?????? (GT Lotus 47)
?????? (Ford Cortina)
?????? (Porsche 911)
Antonio Peixinho (POR)
Nogueira Pinto (POR)

??/?? – IV 12 Horas de Interlagos
1) José Carlos Pace/Anísio Campos (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche) – (112,666 km/h)
2) Camillo Christófaro/Eduardo Celidônio (Chevrolet-Corvette)
Abandonaram:
Emerson Fittipaldi/Wilson Fittipaldi (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)
Também participaram:
Elvio Ringel (Renault)
Ubaldo Lolli/Ciro Cayres (Alfa Giulia)

??/?? – II 6 Horas de Interlagos
1) Emerson Fittipaldi/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche) – (121,800 km/h)

??/?? – I 100 Milhas de Velocidade – Interlagos
1) Camillo Christófaro (Carretera Chevrolet) – 1h16m11s5 (122,300 km/h)

??/?? – Prova de Aniversário da Associação de Volantes de Competição - Interlagos
1) ???????? (DKW-Malzoni)

??/?? – Prova de Aniversário do Centauro Motor Clube – Interlagos
1) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr.
5) "Volante 13" (DKW)
6) José Carlos Pace (Volkswagen 1600)

??/?? – 500 Km de Brasília
2) Alex Dias Ribeiro/João Luiz da Fonseca (Protótipo "Patinho Feio")

??/?? – ????? – Goiânia
1) Emerson Fittipaldi (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)

??/?? – ???? – Guanabara
1) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Kharmann Ghia-Porsche)

1968

??/?? – Prova "Namorados no Autódromo" - Curitiba
1) ?????????????????????

??/?? – 1000 Km de Brasília
1) José Carlos Pace/Luiz Pereira Bueno (Protótipo Mark II)
12) Alex Dias Ribeiro/João Luiz da Fonseca (Protótipo "Patinho Feio")
Abandonaram
Emerson Fittipaldi/Lian Duarte (Protótipo Fitti-Porsche)
Participaram:
Marivaldo Fernandes/Carol Figueiredo (BMW 1.6)

??/?? – 500 Km de Brasília
3) Alex Dias Ribeiro/João Luiz da Fonseca (Protótipo "Patinho Feio")

??/?? – 500 Km da Guanabara
1) Pedro Vitor Delamare/Jan Balder (BMW)
4) Alex Dias Ribeiro/João Luiz da Fonseca (Protótipo "Patinho Feio")
5) José Carlos Pace/Luiz Pereira Bueno (Protótipo Mark II)
Abandonaram:
Emerson Fittipaldi/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr./Marivaldo Fernandes (Protótipo Fitti-Porsche) – DNF
Também participaram:
Chico Landi/Ubaldo Lolli (BMW)
Ricardo Achcar
Francisco Lameirão
Bird Clemente
Jaime Silva

21/6 – 3 Horas de Petrópolis
* - Prova interrompida na 1a volta, em virtude do acidente com Carlo Figueiredo
** - Acidente fatal com Sérgio Cardoso (Alfa Giulia) nos treinos; e com Joaquim Carlos "Cacaio" Telles de Mattos, atropelado durante a corrida
Participaram:
Pedro Vitor Delamare/Jan Balder (BMW)
Chico Landi/Ubaldo Lolli (BMW Alpina)
Luiz Pereira Bueno (Bino Mark II)
Carol Figueiredo (Mark I)
Francisco Lameirão (Alfa GTA)
Antonio Carlos "Totó" Porto (Mark I)

??/?? – 500 Km de Porto Alegre
1) Chico Landi/Jan Balder (BMW)

??/?? – 12 Horas de Porto Alegre
1) Emerson Fittipaldi/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Volkswagen 1.600cc)
2) Bird Clemente/José Carlos Pace (Bino Corcel 1.440cc)
Também participaram:
Catarino Andreatta/Vittorio Andreatta (Bino Corcel 1.440cc)
Jaime Silva/Hugo Galina (Alfa Romeo JK)
Jan Balder/Henrique Iwers (DKW)

??/?? – 1000 Km da Guanabara
1) ??????
Abandonaram:
Luiz Pereira Bueno/Jan Balder (BMW Schnitzer)

??/?? – Prova Santos Dumont – ?????
1) José Carlos Pace/Luiz Pereira Bueno (Bino Mark II)
2) Wilson Fittipaldi Jr./ Antonio Carlos "Totó" Porto (Alfa Romeo GTA)
3) Ubaldo Lolli/Francisco Lameirão (Alfa Romeo GTA)

1969

??/?? – 1000 Km de Brasília
1) José Carlos Pace/Marivaldo Fernandes (Alfa Romeo P-33)
2) Pedro Vitor Delamare/Mario Olivetti (Alfa Romeo GTA)
3) Ricardo Achcar/Aguinaldo de Góes (BMW)
Abandonaram:
Luiz Pereira Bueno/Jan Balder (BMW Schnitzer)

??/?? – 3 Horas de Velocidade do Rio de Janeiro
1) José Carlos Pace (Alfa Romeo P-33)
2) Frtiz Jordan (AC)
3) Ugo Galina (FNM 2.000)

??/?? – 500 Km de Salvador
1) José Carlos Pace/Marivaldo Fernandes (Alfa Romeo P-33)
2) Emilio Zambello/Wilson Fittipaldi Jr. (Alfa Romeo GTA)
3) Piero Gancia/Ubaldo Lolli (Alfa Romeo GTA)

??/?? – 1000 Km da Guanabara
Participaram:
José Carlos Pace/Marivaldo Fernandes (Alfa Romeo P-33)
Emilio Zambello/Alcides Diniz (Alfa Romeo GTA)
José Ramos/Piero Gancia (Alfa Romeo GTA)

#46 David McKinney

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Posted 31 December 2001 - 07:14

Fantastic stuff, Chico
You can't guess how hard I've tried to get some of those results
I'll have a closer look tomorrow and maybe find something to add

#47 Udo K.

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Posted 31 December 2001 - 14:02

Chico, may I join David in thanking you very much for this great work. Really amazing!
I'm very happy that the thread was so successful. Martin will like it too, I suppose....
Best wishes to all and Happy New Year!

Udo

#48 David McKinney

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Posted 31 December 2001 - 21:52

I’ve now checked your data against mine, but can’t actually add much. I can confirm that a lot of the races on your list were, as you suspected, ‘open’ events, including Mecánica Nacional single-seaters, and we differ on a few dates.

01/10/50 – Corrida Interestadual – Interlagos - is this the ame as the Interlagos race I have listed (without results) as the Circuito Entre Estados?

18/8/51 – 24 Horas – Interlagos - I have the date as 18-19/8 (which makes sense!)

??/1/54 – VII Grande Prêmio Cidade de São Paulo – Interlagos - 11/1? (I have it as “the following weekend” from Gávea)

1955 - additional dates 4/12 Rio and 11/12 Interlagos - both cancelled

24/11/56 – I Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
I have a note that Landi (Maserati) was disqualified from 1st place (seems a strange entry for this race)

23/11/58 – III Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos - I have it as 19/11

07/9/59 – III 500 Km de Interlagos - definitely includes MN cars

22/11/59 – IV Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos - I have it as 21/11

??/11/60 – GP do Rio de Janeiro – Guanabara - I have as --/10
Retirements:
Luciano della Porta (Ferrari 250TR)
David Piper (Lotus)
The other Lotus driver (who was in an Elite) was always known as Francis Francis

27/11/60 – V Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos - I have ir as 23/11

07/9/61 – IV 500 Km de Interlagos
The first and third placed cars were also driven by Emilio Zambello

26/11/61 – VI Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos - I have as 25/11

07/9/62 – V 500 Km de Interlagos – Interlagos - I have as 8/9 - definitely included MN cars

30/6/63 – IV Aniversário do Automóvel Clube Paulista (Estreantes) – Interlagos
My information on this race is that Alfas finished 1st and 2nd with a Simca 3rd, then Carlo Figuiredo (Renault), Angelo Pace (DKW) and Carlos Pace (Renault), but that post-race disqualifications gave Figuiredo and J C Pace 1st and 2nd places

07/9/63 – VI 500 Km de Interlagos - definitely incuded MN cars
7) Marcelo Audrá (Maserati-Lancia)
8) José Santos Silva Jr (Maserati Ardun Corvette)
9) Mario Marsiglia (Maserati-Corvette)

??/??/63 – I 1.600 Km de Interlagos
1) Simca
2) Simca
3) Simca
4) Fittipaldi/Bueno (Renault)
5) Chico Lameirao/J C Pace (Renault)
or have I got the wrong race?

03/12/67 – IX Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos - I have as 10/12

??/??/68 – 500 Km da Guanabara - 30/6?

??/??/69 – 1000 Km de Brasília - 24/4

#49 Martin Krejci

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Posted 06 January 2002 - 16:23

Chico, I only can join David and Udo with many many thanks. Absolutely great stuff!!
Very valuable. Thank you very much for your work.
I'll go through the stuff soon but I don't hope to have anything to add.

#50 Chico Landi

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Posted 06 January 2002 - 17:30

Thank you David, Udo and Martin. I'm really glad to help you and also the work you have done before have prooved VERY very useful for my researches too.

David, some comments about your data:


01/10/50 – Corrida Interestadual – Interlagos - is this the ame as the Interlagos race I have listed (without results) as the Circuito Entre Estados?

"Entre Estados" and "Interestadual" have the same meaning (two ways of saying the same thing), but I can't tell you if your or mine version was the one officially used.

1955 - additional dates 4/12 Rio and 11/12 Interlagos - both cancelled

Funny. Do you know what kind of race they were (was it with international entry)?

24/11/56 – I Mil Milhas Brasileiras – Interlagos
I have a note that Landi (Maserati) was disqualified from 1st place (seems a strange entry for this race)

I have a xerox copy from a picture of this race, and Landi's car is definitely a Carreteira one (probably a 30's Ford chassis). I found out that the Mil Milhas he won and was later disqualified was the 2nd edition in 1957 (100% sure - source "O Estado de S. Paulo, 1/12/1957). His partner was also José Gimenez Lopes. In first edition he was definitely DNF.

07/9/61 – IV 500 Km de Interlagos
The first and third placed cars were also driven by Emilio Zambello

I have the newspaper of this race (O Estado de S.Paulo 8/9/1961) and Zambello's name is not even mentioned. But I recall seeing his name amongst the winners and 3rd place somewhere else. Sadly I can't find where right now...

07/9/62 – V 500 Km de Interlagos – Interlagos - I have as 8/9 - definitely included MN cars

I believe the race was indeed at 07/9, as usual, because it's a national holiday (Independence day). But I can't confirm if in 62, the race was one day postponed because of some reason

30/6/63 – IV Aniversário do Automóvel Clube Paulista (Estreantes) – Interlagos
My information on this race is that Alfas finished 1st and 2nd with a Simca 3rd, then Carlo Figuiredo (Renault), Angelo Pace (DKW) and Carlos Pace (Renault), but that post-race disqualifications gave Figuiredo and J C Pace 1st and 2nd places

This race mixed "estreantes" (rookies) with experienced drivers. The two Alfa Romeo JKs (driven by Victor Simonsen and Antonio Bixilia) were not in the rookie class. The Simca-Gordini, driven by Joao Batista Bravo Caldeira was among the rookies and he was disqualified. Angelo Pace was not rookie. Therefore, Carol (NOT Carlo) and JC Pace were 1st and 2nd among the rookies, but I believe (not 100% sure) they haven't finished like this overall.

??/??/63 – I 1.600 Km de Interlagos
1) Simca
2) Simca
3) Simca
4) Fittipaldi/Bueno (Renault)
5) Chico Lameirao/J C Pace (Renault)
or have I got the wrong race?

About this results, I find it strange to see Lameirao already racing in 1963. I always believed his first outings were about 1966-67. But it's possible that you're right.

Also, about all the Mil Milhas dates confusion: my main source was the event main website (www.milmilhasbrasileiras.com.br) and mine dates are also the same as published in brazil's "Racing" magazine (Jan. 2000). But it can be that this magazine also used the website as a source so, who knows...


To finish, thank you so much for your input, David! :up: