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#1 VDP

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Posted 07 September 2005 - 07:39

Who can help me with this race ?

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#2 RAP

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Posted 07 September 2005 - 08:35

From Monza Year book 1961

Gran Premio Della Notte
14 June 1924 Category – Touring
24 Hours 10kms circuit
"for normal production cars. 20 starters 12 finished"

1. Rieken/Berthold NAG 2582.74km 1 3.0
2. Ascari/Marinoni Alfa Romeo 2457.51 k 2nd 3.0
3. Schieppati/Ferretti Diatto 2272.39k 1st 2.0
4. Dosio/Iliprandi OM 2242.39k 2nd 2.0
5. Maserati/Botta Diatto 2151.27k 3rd 2.0
6. M & T Danieli OM 2119.76k 1st 1.5
7. Biagioni/Rigoldi Salmson 2039.38k 1st 1.1
8. Silvani/ Botta Amilcar 1919.76k 2nd 1.1
9. Levi/Castellari OM 1809.76k 2nd 1.5
10. Brambilla/Rosa Gar 1693.35 3rd 1.1
11 A Bianchi/ Maserati Peugeot 1576.71k 4th 1.1
12 Imperiale/ Podesta Odetti 1552.66k 5th 1.1
DNF
Sacco/Del Russo Spa 3.0
Lovati/Restelli Diatto 2.0
Meregalli/Cattaneo Diatto 2.0
Not classified
Palazzolo/Vesprini Aurea 1.5
Riboldi/Gerosa Fiat 1.5
Binda/Belgir Amilcar 1.1
Onorato/Becchi Amilcar 1.1


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#3 VDP

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Posted 07 September 2005 - 09:45

:kiss:

Serious

Rieken the same as Christian Rieken
was this a one off ?
What was the motivation of the organisers did they wanted to make a copy of the "original one " but why then on the same or almost same date ?
Out of topic how many race of 24 hours the same year Le mans, Monza, Spa and surely for sure
different rules.

#4 Hugo Boecker

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Posted 07 September 2005 - 10:38

There was a second edition on Sep. 11th 1926 won by the Peugeot team Boillot/Tattini with Rigal/Serre second in another Peugeot.

#5 Marc Ceulemans

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Posted 07 September 2005 - 20:55

About 1924, I've the same results, so 19 starters.

Winner were Christian Rieken and Hans Berthold
2nd were Giuseppe Ascari (brother of Antonio) and Attilio Marinoni

Fl: Ascari in 4m 43s (127 km/h)

In 1926, 11 and 12 September 1926
1- André Boillot / Tattini (Peugeot n°1), 2614.739 km
2- Victor Rigal / Serre (Peugeot n°2), 2585.360 km
3- Alberto Dusio / G. Foresti (OM n°12), 2110.030 km
4 - Gino Crespi / ? (SAM), 2058.170 km
5- Graf / Coudray (Jean Graf n°8), 1769.025 km
6- Camuzet / ? (Peugeot n°4), 1579.358 km

14 starters, 8 DNF

Entry:
Peugeot: n°1 (Boillot / Tattini), 2 (Rigal / Serre), 3 (Letailleur), 4 (Camuzet)
Itala: n°5, 6 (?), 7 (?)
Jean Graf: n°8 (Graf / Coudray), 9 (Suzanne Wurtz / Malleterre)
Fiat: n°10 (Silvani)
Marino: n°11 (Finco)
OM: n°12 (Dusio / Foresti), 13
Ceirano: n°14 (Napoleone)
SPA: n°15 (Favarelli)
SAM: n°16 (Vaghi), 17 (?), 18 (?) => Crespi = n°17 or 18
Amilcar: n°19 (?)


So I had to fill some gaps.
Some pictures would be great !

#6 Boniver

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 05:04

Who won the race in

10.09.1922 Italian Touring Car Grand Prix in Monza


there was race

27.05.1923 Italian Touring Car Grand Prix in Monza
500 km

1. Trucco - Isotta Fraschini
2. Bianchi - Isotta Fraschini
3. Sivocci - Alfa Romeo

#7 RAP

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 07:29

No information about a 1922 race.

1923
Cat 1V 500k
1 Trucco Isotta Franchini 4'15'25 117.582kph
2. Anderloni Bianchi Isotta Franchini 4'16'27.6"

Cat 111 500k
1. Ugo Sivocci Alfa Romeo 4'30'33" 110.835kph
2. Mayer Steiger 4'50'39"

Cat 11 400k
1. Rubbietti Bianchi 4 '03'10.2" 98.764kph
2. Capelli Bianchi 4'09"

#8 Doug Nye

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 19:42

This is really interesting. Would anybody care to share any information on what became of Giuseppe Ascari?

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#9 VDP

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 20:25

Pure memory
Antonio ascari had an Alfa "dealership" wasn't his brother with him involved in the business

#10 Marc Ceulemans

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 21:40

In 1924 the Alfa could win but some ballast bags fell down out of the car. The driver had to stop to retrieve what he had lost.

#11 Marc Ceulemans

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 21:45

The two 24-hours Italian races were called "Grand premio della Notte" (GP of the Night).