1930 Belgian Grand Prix

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The 1930 Belgian Grand Prix (formally the II Grand Prix de Belgique), also known as the VII Grand Prix d'Europe was a Grand Prix motor race held at Spa-Francorchamps on 20 July 1930. The race was held over 40 laps of a 14.914 km circuit for a total race distance of 596.560 km and was won by Louis Chiron driving a Bugatti.

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Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retire
1 9 Louis Chiron Bugatti T35C 40 5h08m34.6
2 8 Guy Bouriat Bugatti T35C 40 5h09m34
3 7 Albert Divo Bugatti T35C 40 5h13m54
4 4 Arthur Duray Ariès 40 5h22m26
5 1 Goffredo Zehender Imperia 40 5h25m19
6 5 Charles Montier Montier Speciale Ford 40 5h30m30
7 2 Jerome Ledure Imperia 40 5h41m47
Ret 19 Henri Stoffel Peugeot 174S 39 Out of fuel
Ret 12 Joseph Reinartz Bugatti T35C 39 Out of fuel
Ret 6 Ferdinand Montier Montier Speciale Ford 39 Out of fuel
Ret 16 Max Thirion Bugatti T35 28 Did Not Finish
Ret 3 Michel Doré Imperia 28 Did Not Finish
Ret 20 Emil Cornet Bugatti T35 13 Did Not Finish
Ret 17 Emile Burie Georges Irat 8 Did Not Finish
DNS 10 Baron d'Orimont Bugatti T35 Did Not Start
DNS 11 Ernest André Bugatti T35 Did Not Start
DNS 14 Georges Bouriano Bugatti T35B Did Not Start
DNS 15 Mascio Bugatti T35 Did Not Start
DNS 21 Delzaert Bugatti T37A Did Not Start

Fastest Lap: Guy Bouriat, 7m05.0 (126.33 kph)

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