1930 Targa Florio
4 May - Madonie: 5 laps x 108,000 km = 540,000 km


Pole Position: N/A
Fastest lap:  Achille Varzi  (Alfa-Romeo P2)  1:21.21.6

Results:

1  30 Achille Varzi         Alfa-Romeo P2            6:55.16.6
2  22 Louis Chiron          Bugatti T35B             6:57.05.6
3  46 Caberto Conelli       Bugatti T35B             7:03.13.0
4  44 Giuseppe Campari      Alfa-Romeo 6C-1750       7:03.54.0
5  40 Tazio Nuvolari        Alfa-Romeo 6C-1750       7:13.01.8
6   4 Giuseppe Morandi      OM 665                   7:18.31.6
7  42 "W. Williams"         Bugatti T35B             7:19.51.2  shared car
8  20 Ernesto Maserati      Maserati 26B (8C-2100)   7:29.12.8
9  18 Guido d'Ippolito      Alfa-Romeo 6C-1500       7:29.18.0
10 12 Ferdinando Minoia     OM 665                   7:32.13.8
11  2 Baconin Borzacchini   Maserati 26M 8C-2500)    7:35.21.0
12 34 Ottakar Bittmann      Bugatti T35C             8:17.16.0

Did Not Finish:

   24 Amedeo Ruggeri        OM 665                   3
    6 Albert Divo           Bugatti T35B             3 Crash
   14 Luigi Arcangeli       Maserati 26B (8C-2100)   0 Crash
   26 Renato Balestrero     OM 665                   0  
   10 Aymo Maggi            Alfa-Romeo 6C-1750       0

Shared cars:

7  42 Albert Divo           Bugatti T35B               rel. Williams 		

Did not start:

    8 Pariato               Alfa-Romeo 6C-1500	
   16 Pietro Ghersi         Alfa-Romeo 6C-1750         car driven by Campari 
  (44)
   28 Tranchina             Alfa-Romeo 6C-1500	
   32 Archimede Rosa        OM 665	
   38 Calvea                Bugatti T35
   48 Francesco Sirignano   Alfa-Romeo 6C-1500
   50 Galliera              OM 665

Alternative driver:

   30 Pietro Ghersi         Alfa-Romeo P2

Alternative car:

   44 Giuseppe Campari      Alfa-Romeo P2




Race notes:
  1) racing order in numerical order
  2) Enzo Ferrari who was  running the Alfa Romeo racing team decided
     to withdraw the Alfa-Romeo P2 entries from the race on
     the grounds of safety. However Varzi had an agreement with Ferrari
     to run this P2 car. He held Ferrari to this agreement while
     Campari who should have run the other P2 was quite happy to take 
     over Ghersi’s 6C-1750 machine.