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1950 Italian Grand Prix

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Location Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy
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The 1950 Italian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 3 September 1950 at Monza. It was the seventh and final event of the 1950 World Drivers' Championship. In this race, Nino Farina became the first World Drivers' Champion, and the only driver to win the title in his home country.


Background

After Juan Manuel Fangio's win at the French Grand Prix, Fangio had obtained 26 points, two ahead of team mate Luigi Fagioli and four ahead of another team mate, Giuseppe Farina. Having already finished four times in the points (all second places), Fagioli would only be able to drop six points or not gain at all, while Fangio and Farina had only finished three times. All three of Fangio's finishes were wins.

To win the championship,

  • For Fangio:
    • Win or come 2nd to guarantee the title.
    • Come 3rd, 4th or 5th with Farina 2nd or lower.
    • With the fastest lap only, Farina 3rd or lower.
    • Scoring no points, Farina would have to finish 3rd or lower without the fastest lap, 4th with; and Fagioli not to win with the fastest lap.
  • For Fagioli:
    • Win the race with the fastest lap, with Farina 3rd or lower, and Fangio not to score any points.
  • For Farina:
    • Win with the fastest lap, and Fangio 3rd or lower.
    • 3rd with fastest lap, and Fangio not to score.

Entries

No Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Tyre
2 23x15px Johnny Claes Ecurie Belge Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago T26C Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
4 23x15px Franco Rol Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati Maserati 4CLT-48 Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s P
6 23x15px Louis Chiron Maserati Maserati 4CLT-48 Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s P
8 23x15px Peter Whitehead Peter Whitehead Ferrari Ferrari 125 Ferrari 125 F1 1.5 V12s D
10 23x15px Nino Farina Alfa Romeo SpA Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 159 Alfa Romeo 159 LBC 1.5 L8s P
12 23x15px Raymond Sommer Raymond Sommer Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago T26C Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
14 23x15px Giovanni Bracco1 Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari Ferrari 125 Ferrari 125 F1 1.5 V12s P
16 23x15px Alberto Ascari Ferrari Ferrari 375 Ferrari 375 F1 4.5 V12 P
18 23x15px Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo SpA Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 159 Alfa Romeo 159 LBC 1.5 L8s P
20 23x15px Luigi de Filippis1 De Filippis Maserati Maserati 4CLT-48 Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s P
22 23x15px Clemente Biondetti Clemente Biondetti Ferrari-Jaguar Ferrari 166T Jaguar XK 3.4 L6  ?
24 23x15px Philippe Étancelin Philippe Étancelin Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago T26C Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
26 23x15px Reg Parnell1 Scuderia Ambrosiana Maserati Maserati 4CLT-48 Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s D
28 23x15px Paul Pietsch Paul Pietsch Maserati Maserati 4CLT-48 Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s P
30 23x15px Prince Bira Enrico Platé Maserati Maserati 4CLT-50 Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s P
32 23x15px Cuth Harrison Cuth Harrison ERA ERA B ERA 1.5 L6s D
34 23x15px Luigi Platé1 Enrico Platé Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago 700 Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
36 23x15px Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo SpA Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 158 Alfa Romeo 159 LBC 1.5 L8s P
38 23x16px Toulo de Graffenried Enrico Platé Maserati Maserati 4CLT-48 Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s P
40 23x15px Guy Mairesse Guy Mairesse Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago T26C Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
42 23x15px Maurice Trintignant Equipe Gordini Simca-Gordini Simca-Gordini T15 Simca-Gordini 15C 1.5 L4s E
44 23x15px Robert Manzon Simca-Gordini Simca-Gordini T15 Simca-Gordini 15C 1.5 L4s E
46 23x15px Consalvo Sanesi Alfa Romeo SpA Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 158 Alfa Romeo 159 LBC 1.5 L8s P
48 23x15px Dorino Serafini2 Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari Ferrari 375 Ferrari 375 F1 4.5 V12 P
50 23x15px David Murray Scuderia Ambrosiana Maserati Maserati 4CL Maserati 4 CL 1.5 L4s D
52 23x15px Felice Bonetto Scuderia Milano Milano-Speluzzi Milano 1 Speluzzi 1.5 L4s P
56 23x15px Pierre Levegh Pierre Levegh Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago T26C Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
58 23x15px Louis Rosier Ecurie Rosier Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago T26C Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
60 23x15px Piero Taruffi3 Alfa Romeo SpA Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo 158 Alfa Romeo 159 LBC 1.5 L8s P
62 23x15px Franco Comotti Scuderia Milano Maserati-Milano Maserati 4CLT-50 Milano 1.5 L4s P
64 23x15px Henri Louveau Ecurie Rosier Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago T26C-GS Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
66 23x15px Franco Bordoni1 Enrico Platé Talbot-Lago Talbot-Lago 700 Talbot 23CV 4.5 L6 D
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^1 — Giovanni Bracco, Luigi de Filippis, Reg Parnell, Luigi Platé and Franco Bordoni all withdrew from the event prior to practice.[6]
^2 — Dorino Serafini qualified and drove 47 laps of the race in the #48 Ferrari. Alberto Ascari, whose own vehicle had already retired, took over Serafini's car for the remaining 33 laps of the race.[7]
^3 — Piero Taruffi qualified and drove 25 laps of the race in the #60 Alfa Romeo. Juan Manuel Fangio, whose own Alfa had already retired, took over Taruffi's car for a further 9 laps before again being forced to retire.[7]

Qualifying

Pos No Driver Constructor Lap Gap
1 18 23x15px Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo 1:58.6  –
2 16 23x15px Alberto Ascari Ferrari 1:58.8 + 0.2
3 10 23x15px Nino Farina Alfa Romeo 2:00.2 + 1.6
4 46 23x15px Consalvo Sanesi Alfa Romeo 2:00.4 + 1.8
5 36 23x15px Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo 2:04.0 + 5.4
6 48 23x15px Dorino Serafini Ferrari 2:05.6 + 7.0
7 60 23x15px Piero Taruffi Alfa Romeo 2:05.8 + 7.2
8 12 23x15px Raymond Sommer Talbot-Lago-Talbot 2:08.6 + 10.0
9 4 23x15px Franco Rol Maserati 2:10.0 + 11.4
10 44 23x15px Robert Manzon Simca-Gordini 2:12.4 + 13.8
11 40 23x15px Guy Mairesse Talbot-Lago-Talbot 2:13.2 + 14.6
12 42 23x15px Maurice Trintignant Simca-Gordini 2:13.4 + 14.8
13 58 23x15px Louis Rosier Talbot-Lago-Talbot 2:13.4 + 14.8
14 64 23x15px Henri Louveau Talbot-Lago-Talbot 2:13.8 + 15.2
15 30 23x15px Prince Bira Maserati 2:14.0 + 15.4
16 24 23x15px Philippe Étancelin Talbot-Lago-Talbot 2:14.4 + 15.8
17 38 23x16px Toulo de Graffenried Maserati 2:14.4 + 15.8
18 8 23x15px Peter Whitehead Ferrari 2:16.2 + 17.6
19 6 23x15px Louis Chiron Maserati 2:17.2 + 18.6
20 56 23x15px Pierre Levegh Talbot-Lago-Talbot 2:17.2 + 18.6
21 32 23x15px Cuth Harrison ERA 2:18.4 + 19.8
22 2 23x15px Johnny Claes Talbot-Lago-Talbot 2:18.6 + 20.0
23 52 23x15px Felice Bonetto Milano-Speluzzi 2:19.8 + 21.2
24 50 23x15px David Murray Maserati 2:22.0 + 23.4
25 22 23x15px Clemente Biondetti Ferrari-Jaguar 2:30.6 + 32.0
26 62 23x15px Franco Comotti Maserati-Milano 2:33.6 + 35.0
27 28 23x15px Paul Pietsch Maserati No time  –
DNA 14 23x15px Giovanni Bracco Ferrari  –  –
DNA 26 23x15px Reg Parnell Maserati  –  –
DNA 34 23x15px Luigi Platé Talbot  –  –

Report

Ferrari pulled out all the stops to impress at their home circuit, producing a new unsupercharged 4½ litre engine to try to end the Alfa Romeo monopoly. Alberto Ascari used it to achieve second place on the grid to Juan Manuel Fangio's Alfa Romeo 158 and then in the race behind the fast starting Nino Farina (Alfa Romeo 158) before briefly leading. Sadly, the pace was too punishing for the new car and a porous block broke on lap 20 and the battle returned as usual to the Alfas. Fangio retired twice; once in his own Alfa Romeo 158 and a second time after taking over Piero Taruffi's. Farina led to the finish from Ascari who was now in team-mate Dorino Serafini's Ferrari 375 with Luigi Fagioli finishing third in his Alfa Romeo 158. Louis Rosier finish fourth in his Talbot-Lago T26C with Philippe Étancelin fifth in his Lago-Talbot. Étancelin would become the oldest driver to ever score a world championship point with that finish. Only seven cars finished out of the 26 starters and with Farina's win and Fangio's failure to score and Fagioli's third place points removed as his worst scoring finish, Farina became the first recipient of the World Driver's Championship crown.

Classification

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 10 23x15px Nino Farina Alfa Romeo 80 2:51:17.4 3 8
2 48 23x15px Dorino Serafini
23x15px Alberto Ascari
Ferrari 80 + 1:18.6 6 3
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3 36 23x15px Luigi Fagioli Alfa Romeo 80 + 1:35.6 5 4
4 58 23x15px Louis Rosier Talbot-Lago-Talbot 75 + 5 Laps 13 3
5 24 23x15px Philippe Étancelin Talbot-Lago-Talbot 75 + 5 Laps 16 2
6 38 23x16px Toulo de Graffenried Maserati 72 + 8 Laps 17  
7 8 23x15px Peter Whitehead Ferrari 72 + 8 Laps 18  
Ret 50 23x15px David Murray Maserati 56 Gearbox 24  
Ret 32 23x15px Cuth Harrison ERA 51 Radiator 21  
Ret 12 23x15px Raymond Sommer Talbot-Lago-Talbot 48 Gearbox 8  
Ret 40 23x15px Guy Mairesse Talbot-Lago-Talbot 42 Oil Pipe 11  
Ret 4 23x15px Franco Rol Maserati 39 Retirement 9  
Ret 60 23x15px Piero Taruffi
23x15px Juan Manuel Fangio
Alfa Romeo 34 Engine 7  
Ret 56 23x15px Pierre Levegh Talbot-Lago-Talbot 29 Gearbox 20  
Ret 18 23x15px Juan Manuel Fangio Alfa Romeo 23 Gearbox 1 1
Ret 2 23x15px Johnny Claes Talbot-Lago-Talbot 22 Overheating 22  
Ret 16 23x15px Alberto Ascari Ferrari 21 Engine 2  
Ret 22 23x15px Clemente Biondetti Ferrari-Jaguar 17 Engine 25  
Ret 64 23x15px Henri Louveau Talbot-Lago-Talbot 16 Brakes 16  
Ret 62 23x15px Franco Comotti Maserati-Milano 15 Retirement 26  
Ret 42 23x15px Maurice Trintignant Simca-Gordini 13 Water Pipe 12  
Ret 6 23x15px Louis Chiron Maserati 13 Oil Pressure 19  
Ret 46 23x15px Consalvo Sanesi Alfa Romeo 11 Engine 4  
Ret 44 23x15px Robert Manzon Simca-Gordini 7 Transmission 10  
Ret 30 23x15px Prince Bira Maserati 1 Engine 15  
Ret 28 23x15px Paul Pietsch Maserati 0 Engine 27  
DNS 52 23x15px Felice Bonetto Milano-Speluzzi 0 Non Starter 23  

Drivers' Championship standings after the race

Pos Driver Points
10px 2 1 23x15px Nino Farina 30
10px 1 2 23x15px Juan Manuel Fangio 27
10px 1 3 23x15px Luigi Fagioli 24
10px 4 23x15px Louis Rosier 13
10px 1 5 23x15px Alberto Ascari 11
  • Note: Only the top five positions are listed. Only the best 4 results counted towards the Championship. Numbers without parentheses are Championship points; numbers in parentheses are total points scored.

References

  1. ^ Lang, Mike (1981). Grand Prix! Vol 1. Haynes Publishing Group. p. 22. ISBN 0-85429-276-4. 
  2. ^ Lang, Mike (1981). Grand Prix! Vol 1. Haynes Publishing Group. p. 23. ISBN 0-85429-276-4. 
  3. ^ "Manipe F1". Retrieved 6 July 2005. 
  4. ^ "1950 Italian Grand Prix - Race Entries". manipef1.com. Retrieved 16 November 2013. 
  5. ^ "1950 Italian GP - Entry List". chicanef1.com. Retrieved 16 November 2013. 
  6. ^ "Italy 1950 - Result". statsf1.com. Retrieved 16 November 2013. 
  7. ^ a b "Italian Grand Prix 1950 - Results". ESPN F1. Retrieved 7 January 2014. 

Unless otherwise indicated, all race results are taken from "The Official Formula 1 website". Retrieved 2007-06-05.  Further information taken from "Silhouet". Retrieved 16 April 2013. 


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