Giovanni Alloatti (Turin, Italy - June 9, 1934, Palermo, Italy) was an Italian racing driver. He drove six races between 1926 and 1934 of which he won two. His last race, the 1934 Targa Florio, was run in bad weather and Alloatti went over a bridge parapet on a train bridge. He succumbed to his injuries 20 days later.
|1926||April 4||Formula Libre Grand Prix of Alessandria||-||Bugatti||-||1st|
|1929||June 2||Circuito del Pozzo, Verona||Pugno||Bugatti||none||1st|
|1933||April 30||IX Circuito Pietro Bordino, Alessandria||Giovanni Alloatti||Bugatti T51||none||DNF|
|1934||April 8||Mille Miglia||-||Alfa Romeo 8C 2300||Gino Rovere||DNS|
|1934||April 22||X Circuito Pietro Bordino, Alessandria||Giovanni Alloatti||Bugatti T35B||none||DNF|
|1934||May 20||XXV Targa Florio||Giovanni Alloatti||Bugatti T35B||none||DNF (Fatal Crash)|
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