1931 Grand Prix season
The 1931 Grand Prix season was the first AIACR European Championship season. The championship was won by Ferdinando Minoia, driving for the Alfa Corse team. Minoia won the championship despite not winning a single race during the championship season. Similar to the modern FIA World Endurance Championship, all championship races were endurance events, each lasing ten hours, so most cars utilised more than one driver.
European Championship Grands Prix
|1||24 May||Italian Grand Prix||Monza||Giuseppe Campari||Alfa Romeo||Report|
|2||21 June||French Grand Prix||Montlhéry||Louis Chiron||Bugatti||Report|
|3||12 July||Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps||William Grover-Williams||Bugatti||Report|
Non-championship Grands Prix
Grandes Épreuves are denoted by a yellow background.
Championship Final Standings
Minoia won the championship on a tie-breaker as he had completed a longer distance in total than Campari.
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