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1934 Grand Prix season

1934 Grand Prix season
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The 1934 Grand Prix season was the final year of a two-year hiatus for the European Championship. Achille Varzi proved to be the most successful driver, winning six Grands Prix. Alfa Romeo's cars proved difficult to beat, winning 18 of the season's 35 Grands Prix.

Season review

Grandes Épreuves

Name Circuit Date Winning drivers Winning
constructor
Report
Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Monaco 2 April France Guy Moll Alfa Romeo Report
France French Grand Prix Montlhéry 1 July Monaco Louis Chiron Alfa Romeo Report
Germany German Grand Prix Nürburgring 15 July Germany Hans Stuck Auto Union Report
Belgium Belgian Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps 29 July France René Dreyfus Bugatti Report
Italy Italian Grand Prix Monza 9 September Germany Rudolf Caracciola Mercedes-Benz Report
Italy Luigi Fagioli
Spain Spanish Grand Prix Lasarte 23 September Italy Luigi Fagioli Mercedes-Benz Report

Other Grands Prix

Name Circuit Date Winning driver Winning
constructor
Report
Sweden Vallentunaloppet Vallentunasjön 18 February Germany Paul Pietsch Alfa Romeo Report
Norway Norwegian Grand Prix Mjøsa, Lillehammer 25 February Sweden Per-Viktor Widengren Alfa Romeo Report
Italy Alessandria Circuit Alessandria 22 April Italy Achille Varzi Alfa Romeo Report
Italy Tripoli Grand Prix Mellaha 6 May Italy Achille Varzi Alfa Romeo Report
Finland Finnish Grand Prix Eläintarharata 13 May Norway Eugen Bjørnstad Alfa Romeo Report
France Casablanca Grand Prix Anfa Circuit 20 May Monaco Louis Chiron Alfa Romeo Report
Italy Targa Florio Madonie 20 May Italy Achille Varzi Alfa Romeo Report
Belgium Grand Prix des Frontières Chimay 20 May Belgium Willy Longueville Bugatti Report
Germany Avusrennen AVUS 27 May France Guy Moll Alfa Romeo Report
France Picardy Grand Prix Péronne 27 May France Benoît Falchetto Maserati Report
United Kingdom Mannin Moar Douglas 2 June United Kingdom Brian Lewis Alfa Romeo Report
Germany Eifelrennen Nürburgring 3 June Germany Manfred von Brauchitsch Mercedes-Benz Report
Switzerland Montreux Grand Prix Montreux 3 June Italy Carlo Felice Trossi Alfa Romeo Report
Spain Penya Rhin Grand Prix Montjuïc Park 17 June Italy Achille Varzi Alfa Romeo Report
France Grand Prix de la Marne Reims 8 July Monaco Louis Chiron Alfa Romeo Report
France Vichy Grand Prix Vichy 15 July Italy Carlo Felice Trossi Alfa Romeo Report
Italy Coppa Ciano Montenero 22 July Italy Achille Varzi Alfa Romeo Report
France Albi Grand Prix Albi 22 July United Kingdom Rupert Featherstonhaugh Maserati Report
France Dieppe Grand Prix Dieppe 22 July France Philippe Étancelin Maserati Report
Italy Coppa Acerbo Pescara 15 August Italy Luigi Fagioli Mercedes-Benz Report
France Nice Grand Prix Nice 19 August Italy Achille Varzi Alfa Romeo Report
France Grand Prix du Comminges Saint-Gaudens 26 August Italy Gianfranco Comotti Alfa Romeo Report
Switzerland Swiss Grand Prix Bremgarten 26 August Germany Hans Stuck Auto Union Report
Italy Biella Circuit Biella 2 September Italy Carlo Felice Trossi Alfa Romeo Report
France U.M.F. Grand Prix Montlhéry 9 September France Benoît Falchetto Alfa Romeo Report
Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakian Grand Prix Masaryk Circuit 30 September Germany Hans Stuck Auto Union Report
Brazil Rio de Janeiro Grand Prix Gávea 3 October Brazil Irineu Correa Ford Report
United Kingdom Donington Park Trophy Donington Park 6 October United States Whitney Straight Maserati Report
United Kingdom Mountain Championship Brooklands 13 October United States Whitney Straight Maserati Report
Italy Modena Grand Prix Modena 14 October Italy Tazio Nuvolari Maserati Report
Italy Naples Grand Prix Posillipo 21 October Italy Tazio Nuvolari Maserati Report
France Algerian Grand Prix Algiers 28 October France Jean-Pierre Wimille Bugatti Report

Statistics

Grand Prix winners

Drivers

Driver Wins
Total Grandes
Épreuves
Italy Achille Varzi 6 0
Monaco Louis Chiron 3 1
Italy Luigi Fagioli 3 2 (1 shared)
Germany Hans Stuck 3 1
Italy Carlo Felice Trossi 3 0
France Benoit Falchetto 2 0
France Guy Moll 2 1
Italy Tazio Nuvolari 2 0
United States Whitney Straight 2 0
Norway Eugen Bjørnstad 1 0
Germany Rudolf Caracciola 1 1 (1 shared)
Italy Gianfranco Comotti 1 0
France René Dreyfus 1 1
France Philippe Étancelin 1 0
United Kingdom Rupert Featherstonhaugh 1 0
United Kingdom Brian Lewis 1 0
Belgium Willy Longueville 1 0
Germany Manfred von Brauchitsch 1 0
France Jean-Pierre Wimille 1 0

Manufacturers

Manufacturer Wins
Total Grandes
Épreuves
Italy Alfa Romeo 18 2
Italy Maserati 7 0
Germany Mercedes-Benz 4 2
Germany Auto Union 3 1
France Bugatti 3 1

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