1931 Gran Prix de Monaco
19 April - Monte Carlo: 100 laps x 3.180 km = 318.000 km


Pole Position: N/A
Fastest lap: Louis Chiron (Bugatti T51)
             Luigi Fagioli (Maserati 26M)  2.07.0

Results:

1 22 11 Louis Chrion         Bugatti T51             3:39.09.2
2 52 14 Luigi Fagioli        Maserati 26M (8C-2500)  3:43.04.6
3 26 10 Achille Varzi        Bugatti T51             3:43.13.2
4 20 20 Guy Bouriat          Bugatti T51             98
5 46 13 Goffredo Zehender    Alfa-Romeo 6C-1750      97
6 38  8 "Dribus"             Peugeot 174S            96
  50  1 René Dreyfus         Maserati 26M (8C-2500)  91 Fuel Feed
7 48  9 Clemente Biondetti   Maserati 26M (8C-2500)  91
8 12 15 Clifton Penn-Hughes  Bugatti 35              89
9 30 21 Stanislas Czaykowki  Bugatti T35             85

Retirements:
  24  6 Albert Divo          Bugatti T35B            66 Engine
  10 17 Earl Howe            Bugatti T51             62 Oil pipe, engine
  56  2 Hans Stuber          Bugatti T35C            59
  16  3 Bernhard Ackerl      Bugatti T37A            55
   8  5 Rudolf Caracciola    Mercedes-Benz SSKL      53 Clutch
  18 19 Juan Zanelli         Bugatti T35B            47 Piston
   4 22 H. zu Leiningen      Bugatti T35C            31 Gearbox
   6 12 H.J. von Morgen      Bugatti T35B            28 Transmission
   2 18 Ernst Burggaller     Bugatti T35B            26 Engine
  32  7 Marcel Lehoux        Bugatti T35B            15 Transmission
  54 23 Carlo Pedrazzini     Maserati 26B (8C-2000)  13 Ignition
  28 16 Philippe Etancelin   Bugatti T35V             6 Piston
  34  4 "W.Williams"         Bugatti T35C             5 Valve

Did not start:
  14    Henri Birkin         Maserati 26M (8C-2500)     cylinder head
  36    Boris Ivanowski      Mercedes-Benz SSK          arrived too late for practice
  40    Luigi Arcangeli      Alfa-Romeo 8C-230          tyre trouble
  42    Baconin Borzacchini  Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300         tyre trouble
  44    Tazio Nuvolari       Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300         tyre trouble

Race notes:

  1) grid formation 3-3-3. Drawn positions
  2) "Dribus". According to the International Guinness Guide
     To Motor Racing, this pseudonym stands for André Boillot.