1960 Campionato Italiano season

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1960 Campionato Italiano season
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The 1960 Campionatio Italiano was the 3rd season of the Campionato Italiano. Renato Pirocchi won this championship. Many rounds were run in conjunction 1960 Campionatio A.N.P.E.C./Auto Italiana d’Europa (World Car Trophy Italian ANPEC), which saw Colin Davis win the title.

Campionatio Italiano[edit]

Champion: Italy Renato Pirocchi

Runner Up: Italy Roberto Lippi

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Results[edit]

Date Round Circuit Winning driver Winning team Winning car
10/04 Rd. 1 Italy Vallelunga Italy Antonio Maglione Antonio Maglione de Sanctis-Fiat
17/04 Rd. 2 Italy Cesenatico United States Carroll Smith Carroll Smith Cooper-BMC T52
25/04 Rd. 3 Italy Monza Italy Giancarlo Baghetti Scuderia Sant’Ambroeus Dagrada-Lancia
05/06 Rd. 4 Italy Teramo Italy Renato Pirocchi Scuderia Pescara Stanguellini-Fiat
19/06 Rd. 5 Italy Caserta Italy Berardo Taraschi Scuderia Taraschi Taraschi-Fiat
29/06 Rd. 6 Italy Monza United Kingdom Colin Davis Scuderia Serenissima OSAC-Fiat
24/07 Rd. 7 Italy Salerno United Kingdom Colin Davis Scuderia Serenissima OSAC-Fiat
31/07 Rd. 8 Italy Messina United Kingdom Colin Davis Scuderia Serenissima OSAC-Fiat
09/10 Rd. 9 Italy Modena Italy Corrado Manfredini Scuderia Madunina Wainer-Fiat
23/10 Rd. 10 Italy Siracusa United Kingdom Colin Davis Scuderia Serenissima OSAC-Fiat

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Table[edit]

Place Driver Pts.
1 Italy Renato Pirocchi 40
2 Italy Roberto Lippi 25
3 Italy Antonio Maglione 20
4= Italy ”Geki” 14
Italy Giancarlo Baghetti
6 Italy Lorenzo Bandini 12
7 Italy Menato Boffa 10
8= Italy Lucio de Sanctis 8
Italy Corrado Manfredini
10 Italy Franco Dari 7
11= Italy Giorgio Cecchini 6
Italy Carlo Peroglio
Italy Carmelo Genovese
14 Italy Agostino Zanetti 5
15= Italy Mario Ciarelli 4
Italy Dalmazio Calvi
17= Italy Carlo Facetti 3
Italy Raffaele Fiordelisi
Italy Leandro Terra
20= Italy Antonio Laurent 2
Italy Romano Orsola
Italy Norberto Bagnalasta
Italy Giorgio Bassi

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Campionatio A.N.P.E.C./Auto Italiana d’Europa[edit]

Champion: United Kingdom Colin Davis

Runner Up: France Jacques Calès

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Results[edit]

Date Round Circuit Winning driver Winning team Winning car
24/02 Rd. 1 Leg 1 Cuba Habana Italy Renato Pirocchi Scuderia Pescara Stanguellini-Fiat
28/02 Rd. 1 Leg 2 Cuba Habana Italy Lorenzo Bandini Scuderia Madunina Stanguellini-Fiat
25/04 Rd. 2 Italy Monza Italy Giancarlo Baghetti Scuderia Sant’Ambroeus Dagrada-Lancia
28/05 Rd. 3 Monaco Monaco United Kingdom Henry Taylor Ken Tyrrell Cooper-BMC T52
12/06 Rd. 4 France Albi United Kingdom Henry Taylor Ken Tyrrell Cooper-BMC T52
29/06 Rd. 5 Italy Monza United Kingdom Colin Davis Scuderia Serenissima OSAC-Fiat
31/07 Rd. 6 Italy Messina United Kingdom Colin Davis Scuderia Serenissima OSAC-Fiat
15/08 Rd. 7 Italy Pescara New Zealand Denny Hulme New Zealand International Grand Prix Team Cooper-BMC T52
09/10 Rd. 8 Austria Alpenflughafen Innsbruck Germany Gerhard Mitter Autohaus Mitter Lotus-DKW 18
09/10 Rd. 9 Italy Modena Italy Corrado Manfredini Scuderia Madunina Wainer-Fiat
23/10 Rd. 10 Italy Siracusa United Kingdom Colin Davis Scuderia Serenissima OSAC-Fiat

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Table[edit]

Place Driver Pts.
1 United Kingdom Colin Davis 76 (81)
2 France Jacques Calès 41
3 New Zealand Denny Hulme 38
4 Italy Lorenzo Bandini 37
5 France Henri Grandsire 35
6 United Kingdom Henry Taylor 32
7= Italy Giancarlo Baghetti 28
Italy Renato Pirocchi
9 Argentina Juan Manuel Bordeu 26
10 Rhodesia John Love 23
11= Italy Andrea Melarosa 16
Italy Corrado Manfredini
Germany Gerhard Mitter
14 Italy ”Geki” 14
15 Italy Franco Dari 13
16= United Kingdom Ian Raby 12
Italy Roberto Lippi
United Kingdom Peter Ashdown
Germany Kurt Ahrens, Jr.
20= Switzerland Michel May 10
United Kingdom Trevor Taylor
Austria Walter Schatz
etc.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Darren Galpin. "1960 Italian Formula Junior Championship". Teamdan.com. Retrieved 2014-01-05. 
  2. ^ a b "Formula Junior 1960 - Race Index Europe". Formula2.net. Retrieved 2014-01-05. 
  3. ^ a b c "Formula Junior - Championship Tables 1960". Formula2.net. Retrieved 2014-01-05. 
  4. ^ "Formula Junior 1960 - Index "The World"". Formula2.net. 2003-10-10. Retrieved 2014-01-05. 
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Italy Renato Cammarota
Campionato Italiano
1960
Succeeded by
Italy ”Geki”