1929 French Grand Prix

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The 1929 French Grand Prix (formally, the XXIII Grand Prix de l'Automobile Club de France) was a Grand Prix motor race held at Le Mans on 30 June 1929. The race was held over 37 laps of a 16.34 km (10.15 miles) circuit for a total race distance of 604.58 km (375.67 miles) and was won by "W. Williams," driving a Bugatti.

Starting Grid: Positions drawn[edit]

Grid Driver Grid Driver
1 Raoul de Rovin 2 Jean Chassagne
3 Robert Gauthier 4 Besaucele
5 Robert Senechal 6 Albert Divo
7 "Philippe" 8 Andre Boillot
9 Caberto Conelli 10 Guy Bouriat
11 "W.Williams"

Classification[1][edit]

Le Mans in 1929
Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retire
1 36 "W. Williams" Bugatti T35B 37 4h33m01.2
2 28 Andre Boillot Peugeot 174S 37 4h34m20.0
3 30 Caberto Conelli Bugatti T35C 37 4h34m28.0
4 12 Albert Divo Bugatti T35B 37 4h41m27.4
5 10 Robert Senechal Bugatti T35B 37 4h58m27.8
6 6 Robert Gauthier Bugatti T35C 37 5h18m38.4
NC 8 Besaucele Ballot 2LS  ?
NC 34 Guy Bouriat Peugeot 174S  ?
Ret 16 "Philippe" Bugatti 35C 30 Mechanical
Ret 2 Raoul de Rovin Bugatti 35B 28 Mechanical
Ret 4 Jean Chassagne Ballot RH2 8 Mechanical
DNS 14 Prince Ghica FAR[disambiguation needed] Did not start
DNS 18 Jules Nandillon Vernandi Did not start
DNS 20 André Dubonnet Bugatti 35C Did not start
DNS 22  ? BNC 527 SCAP Did not start
DNS 24 Edouard Brisson Alphi CIME Did not start
DNS 26 Robert Laly Ariès Did not start
DNS 32  ? Ariès Did not start

Fastest Lap: "W.Williams", 7m01.0 (139.72 kph)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Darren Galpin. "1929 Grands Prix". Teamdan.com. Retrieved 2013-08-16. 

External links[edit]


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