1929 German Grand Prix

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Race details
1929 Grand Prix season
Circuit Nürburgring-1927.svg
Date 14 July 1929
Official name IV Großer Preis von Deutschland
Location Nürburgring
Nürburg, Germany
Course Permanent racing facility
28.265 km (17.564 mi)
Distance 18 laps, 508.77 km (311.82 mi)
Fastest lap
Driver Monaco Louis Chiron Bugatti
Time 15:06.0
Podium
First Monaco Louis Chiron Bugatti
Second France "Georges Philippe" Bugatti
Third Germany August Momberger
Germany Max Arco-Zinneberg
Mercedes-Benz

The 1929 German Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held at the Nürburgring on 14 July 1929.

Classification[edit]

Race[edit]

Pos Driver Team Car Laps Time/Retired
1 Monaco Louis Chiron Bugatti Bugatti Type 35C 18 4:46:06.4
2 France "Georges Philippe" Bugatti Bugatti Type 35C 18 +11:45.8
3 Germany August Momberger
Germany Max Arco-Zinneberg
Daimler-Benz Mercedes-Benz SSK 18 +14:31.6
4 France Guy Bouriat Bugatti Bugatti Type 35C 18 +17:28.2
5 Switzerland Mario Lepori Bugatti Bugatti Type 35B 18
6 Germany Willy Rosenstern
Germany Adolff Rosenberger
Daimler-Benz Mercedes-Benz SSK 18
7 Germany Eckhart von Kalnein Private entry Bugatti T35B
8 Germany E.G. von Burggaller Private entry Bugatti T37A
9 Germany Baron D.de Sterrlich Private entry Maserati
10 Germany Hans Kersting Private entry Bugatti T37A
11 Italy Francesco Pirola Private entry Alfa Romeo
Ret Germany Berthold Stoll Private entry Fiat
Ret Italy Amadeo Ruggeri Private entry Maserati
Ret Germany Gerhard Macher Private entry DKW
Ret Germany Birven Private entry Imperia
Ret Germany Otokar Bittmann Bugatti Bugatti T35C
Ret Germany Helmut Butenuth Private entry Hanomag
Ret Germany Ernst Burggaller Private entry Bugatti T35B
Ret Germany Rudolf Caracciola Daimler-Benz Mercedes-Benz SSK
Ret Germany Hugo Urban Emmerich Private entry Talbot
Ret Germany Karl Häberle Private entry Bugatti T35B
Ret Germany Anton Kahle Private entry Z
Ret Germany Georg Kimpel Daimler-Benz Mercedes-Benz SSK
Ret Germany Klimberg Private entry Renault
Ret Czechoslovakia Josef Mamula Private entry Z
Ret Czechoslovakia Ernst Prochazka Private entry Z
Ret Italy Antonio Sartorio Private entry Alfa Romeo
Ret Germany Willy Scholl Private entry Amilcar
Ret Germany Ing. Schulze Private entry Bugatti T37A
Ret Germany Willy Seibel Private entry Bugatti T37A
Ret Germany Hans Simons Private entry DKW
Ret Czechoslovakia Karl Stohanzl Private entry Z
Ret Czechoslovakia Karl Tunal Divisek Private entry Z
Ret Czechoslovakia Wilheim Private entry Lombard


Grand Prix Race
1929 Grand Prix season
Previous race:
1928 German Grand Prix
German Grand Prix Next race:
1931 German Grand Prix

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