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Grand Prix Casablanca





Italian Grand Prix - Monza, Italy May 24, 1931

Held at Monza Speedway, a track set in what was formerly a royal park near Milan, on Sunday, May 24, after Luigi Archangeli had been killed in practice the day before. Fourteen cars started and nine finished. The race was for ten hours and the machines left the line at 7 a.m. Campari and Nuvolari drove an Alfa-Romeo to victory, covering 967 miles at an average speed of 96.7 m.p.h. Another Alfa-Romeo was second, driven by Minoia and Borzacchini while Divo and Bouriat took a Bugatti machine into third place.