1931 Gran Premio d'Italia/Grand Prix d' Europe
24 May - Monza: 155 laps x 10.000 km = 1557.745 km


Pole Position: N/A
Fastest lap: Giuseppe Campari  (Alfa Romeo 8C-2500)    3:32.8

Results:

Scheduled for 10 hours

1 26 1  Giuseppe Campari      Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300      155 laps  
        Tazio Nuvolari
2 30 6  Ferdinando Minoia     Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300      153
        Baconin Borzacchini
3 14 7  Albert Divo           Bugatti T51             152
        Guy Bouriat
4 18 2  Jean-Pierre Wimille   Bugatti T37A            138
        Jean Gaupillat
5 22 4  Boris Ivanowski       Mercedes-Benz SSKL      134
        Henri Stoffel
6 32 13 Francesco Pirola      Alfa-Romeo 6C-1500      129  
        Giovanni Lurani
7 38 10 Amedeo Ruggeri        Talbot 700              120
        Renato Balestrero
8  8 14 Umberto Klinger       Maserati 26M (8C-2500)  111
        Pietro Ghersi
   40 8 Roberto di Vecchio    Talbot 700               87  Retired
        Gerolamo Ferrari
9  20 3 Robert Senechal       Delage 15SB              81 
        Fretet

Did Not Finish:

   16 5  Marcel Lehoux        Bugatti T51              49 Connecting rod
         Philippe Etancelin
   12 11 Achille Varzi        Bugatti T51              44 Differential
         Louis Chiron
   28 9  Tazio Nuvolari       Alfa-Romeo A (12C-3500)  33 Mechanical
         Baconin Borzacchini	   
   50 12 Alfredo Caniato      Alfa-Romeo 6C-1750       15
         Tortini	

Did not start:

2,4,6                         Maserati 26M (8C-2500)      car not repaired
   10    Luigi Castelbarco    Maserati 26M (8C-2500)	
   24    Luigi Arcangeli      Alfa-Romeo A (12C-3500)	   fatal crash
   34    Giovanni Minozzi     Alfa-Romeo 6C-1750	
   36    Ermenegildo Strazza  Mercedes-Benz SSKL	

Alternative drivers:

	10		Luciano Bianchi     Maserati 26M (8C-2500)	
			Pedrazzini
	18		Max Fourny          Bugatti T37A
	36		G. Maino            Mercedes-Benz SSKL

Race notes:
 1) First race held to the International Formula in 1931.
 2) Senechal did not use his partner Fretet since he spent
    over half the race in the pits. 
 3) as a result of the early retirement of Nuvolar/Borzaachini
    the Alfa team shuffled their pairings somewhat.
 4) Luigi Arcangeli killed in practice at Lesmo curve.