1933 Grand Prix season

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1933 Grand Prix season
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The 1933 Grand Prix season was the first year of a two-year hiatus for the European Championship. Tazio Nuvolari proved to be the most successful driver, winning seven Grands Prix. Alfa Romeo's cars proved difficult to beat, winning 19 of the season's 36 Grands Prix.

Season review[edit]

Grandes Épreuves[edit]

Date Name Circuit Winning drivers Winning
constructor
Report
23 April Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Monaco Italy Achille Varzi Bugatti Report
11 June France French Grand Prix Montlhéry Italy Giuseppe Campari Maserati Report
9 July Belgium Belgian Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps Italy Tazio Nuvolari Maserati Report
10 September Italy Italian Grand Prix Monza Italy Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo Report
24 September Spain Spanish Grand Prix Lasarte Monaco Louis Chiron Alfa Romeo Report

Other Grands Prix[edit]

Date Name Circuit Winning driver Winning
constructor
Report
19 February France Pau Grand Prix Pau France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti Report
26 February Sweden Swedish Winter Grand Prix Rämen Sweden Per-Viktor Widengren Alfa Romeo Report
5 March Sweden Swedish Ice Race Hemfjärden Germany Paul Pietsch Alfa Romeo Report
26 March France Tunis Grand Prix Carthage Street Circuit Italy Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo Report
30 April Italy Alessandria Circuit Alessandria Italy Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo Report
7 May Italy Tripoli Grand Prix Mellaha Italy Achille Varzi Bugatti Report
7 May Finland Finnish Grand Prix Eläintarharata Finland Karl Ebb Mercedes-Benz Report
21 May Germany Avusrennen AVUS Italy Achille Varzi Bugatti Report
21 May France Picardy Grand Prix Péronne France Philippe Étancelin Alfa Romeo Report
28 May Germany Eifelrennen Nürburgring Italy Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo Report
28 May Italy Targa Florio Madonie Italy Antonio Brivio Alfa Romeo Report
4 June Belgium Grand Prix des Frontières Chimay Belgium Willy Longueville Bugatti Report
4 June France Provence Trophy Nîmes France Marcel Jacob Bugatti Report
4 June France Nîmes Grand Prix Nîmes Italy Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo Report
11 June Italy Florence Circuit Florence Italy Carlo Felice Trossi Alfa Romeo Report
11 June Poland Lviv Grand Prix Lviv Norway Eugen Bjørnstad Alfa Romeo Report
25 June Spain Penya Rhin Grand Prix Montjuïc Park Chile Juan Zanelli Alfa Romeo Report
1 July United Kingdom British Empire Trophy Brooklands Poland Stanislas Czaykowski Bugatti Report
2 July France Grand Prix de la Marne Reims-Gueux France Philippe Étancelin Alfa Romeo Report
14 July United Kingdom Mannin Moar Douglas United Kingdom Brian Lewis Alfa Romeo Report
16 July France Dieppe Grand Prix Dieppe France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti Report
30 July Italy Coppa Ciano Montenero Italy Tazio Nuvolari Maserati Report
6 August Sweden Swedish Summer Grand Prix Vram Italy Antonio Brivio Alfa Romeo Report
6 August France Nice Grand Prix Nice Italy Tazio Nuvolari Maserati Report
13 August Italy Coppa Acerbo Pescara Italy Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo Report
13 August France La Baule Grand Prix La Baule United Kingdom William Grover-Williams Bugatti Report
20 August France Grand Prix du Comminges Saint-Gaudens Italy Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo Report
27 August France Marseille Grand Prix Miramas Monaco Louis Chiron Alfa Romeo Report
27 August France Albi Grand Prix Albi France Louis Braillard Bugatti Report
10 September Italy Monza Grand Prix Monza France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti Report
17 September Czechoslovakia Masaryk Circuit Brno Monaco Louis Chiron Bugatti Report
7 October United Kingdom Donington Park Trophy Donington Park United Kingdom Earl Howe Bugatti Report
21 October United Kingdom Mountain Championship Brooklands United States Whitney Straight Maserati Report

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Statistics[edit]

Grand Prix winners[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Driver Wins
Total Grandes
Épreuves
Italy Tazio Nuvolari 7 1
Monaco Louis Chiron 3 1
Italy Luigi Fagioli 3 1
France Marcel Lehoux 3 0
Italy Achille Varzi 3 1
Italy Antonio Brivio 2 0
France Philippe Étancelin 2 0
Norway Eugen Björnstad 1 0
France Louis Brailliard 1 0
Italy Giuseppe Campari 1 1
Poland Stanislas Czaykowski 1 0
Finland Karl Ebb 1 0
United Kingdom William Grover-Williams 1 0
United Kingdom Earl Howe 1 0
France Marcel Jacob 1 0
United Kingdom Brian Lewis 1 0
Belgium Willy Longueville 1 0
United States Whitney Straight 1 0
Italy Carlo Felice Trossi 1 0
Chile Juan Zanelli 1 0

Manufacturers[edit]

Manufacturer Wins
Total Grandes
Épreuves
Italy Alfa Romeo 19 2
France Bugatti 13 1
Italy Maserati 3 2
Germany Mercedes-Benz 1 0

References[edit]

Etzrodt, Hans. "Grand Prix Winners 1895–1949 : Part 2 (1919–1933)". The Golden Era of Grand Prix Racing. Archived from the original on 29 June 2007. Retrieved 2007-08-05. 

Leif Snellman and Hans Etzrodt. "1933". The Golden Era of Grand Prix Racing. Archived from the original on 13 August 2007. Retrieved 2007-08-05. 

Galpin, Darren. "1933 Grands Prix". The GEL Motorsport Information Page. Archived from the original on 8 August 2007. Retrieved 2007-08-05.