Gran Premio di Pescara
Pescara, 15 Aug 1950
|1||Juan Manuel Fangio||Alfa Romeo 158 - s/c 8
#34 Alfa Romeo SpA
|16||3h 02m 51.4s
|2||Louis Rosier||Talbot T26C [110 001] 6†
#10 Écurie Rosier (see note 1)
|16||3h 03m 09.0s
|3||Luigi Fagioli||Alfa Romeo 158 - s/c 8
#40 Alfa Romeo SpA
|16||3h 03m 15.0s
|4||Philippe Étancelin||Talbot T26C [110 008] 6†
#24 P Étancelin (see note 2)
|16||3h 09m 40.4s
|5||Pierre Bouillin ("Levegh")||Talbot T26C [110 005] 6†
#16 P "Levegh" (see note 3)
|15||3h 09m 12.4s
|6||Luigi de Filippis||Maserati 4CLT-48  - s/c 4
#30 L de Filippis (see note 4)
|14||3h 07m 00.0s
|7||Felice Bonetto||Milan ['1'] - Speluzzi s/c 4
#6 Scuderia Milan (see note 5)
|10||3h 03m 02.0s
|R||Paolo Bilancia||Maserati 4CM - s/c 4
|R||Emmanuel de Graffenried||Maserati 4CLT-48  - s/c 4
#4 Enrico Platé (see note 6)
|R||Clemente Biondetti||(4.5 F1) 3.4-litre 'Ferrari-Jaguar' (Biondetti) - Jaguar XK120 6
#12 C Biondetti
|R||Adolfo Schwelm Cruz||(sports racing) 3.4-litre Jaguar XK120 6
#32 A Schwelm
|R||"B Bira"||Maserati 4CLT-48  - s/c 4
#22 Enrico Platé (see note 7)
|R||Henri Louveau||Talbot T26C-GS [110 055] 6†
#26 Écurie Rosier
|R||Georges Grignard||Talbot T26C [110 006] 6†
#2 G Grignard (see note 8)
|R||Franco Rol||Maserati 4CLT-48  - s/c 4
#20 Officine Alfieri Maserati (see note 9)
|R||Gianfranco Comotti||Maserati 4CLT-48  - Speluzzi s/c 4
#18 Scuderia Milan (see note 10)
|DNA||Luigi Villoresi||Ferrari 375 - V12†
|Did not arrive|
|DNA||Alberto Ascari||Ferrari 375 - V12†
|Did not arrive|
|DNA||Louis Chiron||Maserati 4CLT-48  - s/c 4
Officine Alfieri Maserati (see note 11)
|Did not arrive|
All cars are 1.5-litre s/c F1 or 4.5-litre F1† unless noted.
|1||Juan Manuel Fangio||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Alfa Romeo 158 - Alfa Romeo s/c 8||10m 37.6s|
|2||Luigi Fagioli||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Alfa Romeo 158 - Alfa Romeo s/c 8||10m 58.0s|
|3||Louis Rosier||(4.5 F1) 4.5-litre Talbot T26C [110 001] - Talbot 6||11m 26.0s|
|4||Henri Louveau||(4.5 F1) 4.5-litre Talbot T26C-GS [110 055] - Talbot 6||11m 32.6s|
|5||Philippe Étancelin||(4.5 F1) 4.5-litre Talbot T26C [110 008] - Talbot 6||11m 42.4s|
|6||Georges Grignard||(4.5 F1) 4.5-litre Talbot T26C [110 006] - Talbot 6||12m 17.8s|
|7||Pierre Bouillin ("Levegh")||(4.5 F1) 4.5-litre Talbot T26C [110 005] - Talbot 6||12m 23.2s|
|8||"B Bira"||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Maserati 4CLT-48  - Maserati s/c 4||13m 14.2s|
|9||Luigi de Filippis||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Maserati 4CLT-48  - Maserati s/c 4||14m 06.8s|
|10||Franco Rol||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Maserati 4CLT-48  - Maserati s/c 4||14m 53.8s|
|11||Gianfranco Comotti||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Maserati 4CLT-48  - Speluzzi s/c 4||20m 43.2s|
|12||Felice Bonetto||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Milan ['1'] - Speluzzi s/c 4||21m 02.4s|
|13||Emmanuel de Graffenried||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Maserati 4CLT-48  - Maserati s/c 4||No time|
|14||Clemente Biondetti||(4.5 F1) 3.4-litre 'Ferrari-Jaguar' (Biondetti) - Jaguar XK120 6||No time|
|15||Adolfo Schwelm Cruz||(sports racing) 3.4-litre Jaguar XK120 - Jaguar XK120 6||No time|
|16||Paolo Bilancia||(4.5 F1) 1.5-litre Maserati 4CM - Maserati s/c 4||No time|
Notes on the cars:
- Talbot T26C [110 001] (Louis Rosier): Talbot-Lago T26C chassis '110 001' was raced by Louis Rosier from 1948 to 1950 and then under the Ecurie Rosier banner by Pozzi in 1950; by Henri Louveau and Louis Chiron in 1951; and by Giraud-Cabantous, Chaboud and Mairesse in 1952. It was acquired by the Musée Henri Malatre at Rochetaillé, France, in 1956 and was still on display in 1990.
- Talbot T26C [110 008] (Philippe Étancelin): Talbot-Lago T26C chassis '110 008' was Philippe Etancelin's car in 1948 and then passed to Jean Achard November 1950. Achard moved to Brazil, taking the car, and sold it there to Pinheiro Pires who raced it in Brazil from 1951 to 1954. Remains to UK via Colin Crabbe in the 1980s and then via other UK owners to Tony Bianchi c1999. Has been raced in historics up to 2005.
- Talbot T26C [110 005] (Pierre Bouillin ("Levegh")): Talbot-Lago T26C chassis '110 005' was raced by 'Levegh' from 1948 to 1951 and by Grignard once in 1951. Retained by the works until it was sold to Otto Zipper in the US in 1957. Then to the Briggs Cunningham museum via two other US owners to Tony Wang 1988.
- Maserati 4CLT-48  (Luigi de Filippis): According to Maserati records, this car went to Luigi de Filippis 8 Sep 1949 and was then driven by Clemente Biondetti 1949 Italian GP and in 1950 races by both de Filippis and Biondetti. Subsequent history unknown.
- Milan ['1'] (Felice Bonetto): Built during 1950 by Scuderia Milan incorporating the modifications they had previously made to Maserati 4CLT chassis. A Gilco built tubular chassis frame housed a Speluzzi 4 cylinder engine ultimately in twin supercharged form. The car was notably unsuccessful, only appearing five times in 1950, after which it disappeared from view. Its ultimate fate is unknown. No Chassis number is known for this car.
- Maserati 4CLT-48  (Emmanuel de Graffenried): To Enrico Platé for 1949 (dated 7 Mar 1949 in Maserati records) and driven by Emmanuel de Graffenried. Continued as de Graffenried's well-used car through 1950 and 1951. Probably one of two cars extensively rebuilt as Plate-Maseratis for 1952. Probably raced by Ottorino Volonterio in F2 in 1953. Sold with the sister car (probably 1598) by de Graffenried to 20th Century Fox for film work then sold again via Tom Carstens (Tacoma, WA). Subsequent history unknown.
- Maserati 4CLT-48  ("B Bira"): Maserati records show this car going to 'B. Bira' 23 Sep 1948. Bira raced 1948 British GP, 1949 Argentine Temporada and 1949 European season. Retained 1950 being used as Platé team car from Pescara. Raced by Harry Schell for Enrico Platé in 1951 then becoming one of two cars extensively rebuilt as Platé-Maseratis for 1952. Probably raced by Giovanni de Riu in F2 in 1953. Then sold via de Graffenried to 20th Century Fox for film work and then acquired by Tom Carstens (Tacoma, WA). Subsequent history unknown.
- Talbot T26C [110 006] (Georges Grignard): Talbot-Lago T26C chassis '110 006' was raced by Georges Grignard in 1948, by Giraud-Cabantous in 1949, Pozzi and Levegh in 1950 and by Jean Blanc in one 1951 hillclimb. Then to Ecurie Belgique in 1951 and retained to 1952. Reappeared in US ownership in 1964 and then via two further US owners to Dean Butler in 1998. Retained 2003. This car was on display at the 2006 Brussels Retro Festival honouring Ecurie Francorchamps.
- Maserati 4CLT-48  (Franco Rol): Maserati records state that this car went to Franco Rol 8 Sep 1949. Raced by Rol through 1950 until Rol's crash at Pedralbes 29 Oct 1950. Then raced by Adolfo Macchieraldo 1952-54. To USA, where Marguerite Morgan entered 1957 Indianapolis 500 but driver Danny Kladis failed to qualify. Reappeared in the US in 1965 then via a chain of US, UK, Australian, South African and German owners up to 2002. Owned by Wolf-Dieter Baumann from 2002. Raced by Thomas Steinke 2007 Goodwood Revival but possibly still owned by Baumann.
- Maserati 4CLT-48  (Gianfranco Comotti): Listed in Maserati records as going to Officine A. Maserati 7 Mar 1950 and then Scuderia Milan. Used by Milan for second Milan (Speluzzi)-engined 4CLT and raced in 1950 (for Bonetto at Monza and Godia at Barcelona) and 1951 (Marimon at Reims and Landi at Albi). Subsequent history unknown but one of the Milan-Maseratis is owned by Doreen Fielding in Scotland.
- Maserati 4CLT-48  (Louis Chiron): Shown in Maserati records as going to Louis Chiron in Monte Carlo 21 Sep 1949. Raced by Chiron through 1950 then to Toni Branca for 1951 and then de Walckiers (who entered Steve Watson and Pilette) for 1952. Reappeared Italy 1960s then via chain of Italian, Belgian, Swiss, German and French owners to 1998. Owned by Bernie Ecclestone from 1998.
The identification of individual cars in these results is based on the material presented elsewhere in this site and may in some cases contradict the organisers' original results.
3-litre Formula 1 Non-championship events 1966-1983
These results were initially compiled by Allen Brown, but these were in the very basic form required to track individual car histories. Since then further details, such as laps completed, qualifying times and so on, have been added from Rob Ryder's extensive database.