1936 Pau Grand Prix

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France  1936 Pau Grand Prix
Race details
1936 Grand Prix season
Date 1 March 1936
Official name Grand Prix de Pau
Location Pau, France
Course
2.76 km (1.714 mi)
Distance 100 laps, 276 km (171.498 mi)
Pole position
Driver France Jean-Pierre Wimille Bugatti
Time 1:59.0
Fastest lap
Driver France Jean-Pierre Wimille Bugatti
Time 1:57.5
Podium
First France Philippe Étancelin Maserati
Second United Kingdom Charlie Martin Alfa Romeo
Third France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti

The 1936 Pau Grand Prix was a Grand Prix motor race held on 1 March 1936. This race was part of the 1936 Grand Prix season as a non-championship race. The race was won by French driver Philippe Étancelin in his Maserati V8. Three cars entered by Scuderia Ferrari were due to race but stopped at the French border by Benito Mussolini, saying that no Italian team should race in France until after the meeting of the League of Nations on the 10 March.

Results[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

Pos No Driver Constructor Time Gap
1 6 France Jean-Pierre Wimille Bugatti 1:59.0 -
2 14 France Raymond Sommer Alfa Romeo 2:00.0 +1.0
3 24 United Kingdom Charlie Martin Alfa Romeo 2:03.0 +4.0
4 4 France Philippe Étancelin Maserati 2:06.0 +7.0
5 12 France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti 2:10.0 +11.0
6 20 Spain José María de Villapadierna Alfa Romeo 2:11.0 +12.0
7 18 France Robert Brunet Maserati 2:11.0 +12.0
8 10 France "Raph" Alfa Romeo 2:16.0 +17.0
9 26 France Jean Delorme Bugatti - -
10 22 France Hellé Nice Alfa Romeo - -
DNA 2 Italy Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo - -
DNA 8 Italy Antonio Brivio Alfa Romeo - -
DNA 16 Italy Giuseppe Farina Alfa Romeo - -

Race[edit]

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired
1 4 France Philippe Étancelin Maserati 100 3:22:26.6
2 24 United Kingdom Charlie Martin Alfa Romeo 100 +13.4
3 12 France Marcel Lehoux Bugatti 100 +1:31.4
4 20 Spain José María de Villapadierna Alfa Romeo 100 +3 Laps
Ret 14 France Raymond Sommer Alfa Romeo 75 Rear Axle
Ret 26 France Jean Delorme Bugatti 50 Valve
Ret 6 France Jean-Pierre Wimille Bugatti 29 Brakes
Ret 18 France Robert Brunet Maserati 7 Brakes
Ret 10 France "Raph" Alfa Romeo 4 Engine
Ret 22 France Hellé Nice Alfa Romeo 3 Accident
Source:[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pau GP Results". Kolumbus.fi. Retrieved 2012-10-28.