1933 Grand Prix de Monaco
3 April - Monte Carlo: 100 laps x 3.1448 km = 314.480 km


 Pole Position: N/A
 Fastest Lap: Achille Varzi  Bugatti T51   1.59,0

Results: 

1  10  1 Achille Varzi        Bugatti T51             3:27.49,4
2  26  3 Baconin Borzacchini  Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300      3:29.49,4
DQ 28  4 Tazio Nuvolari       Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300      99 Outside assistance
3   8  6 Rene Dreyfus         Bugatti T51             99 laps
4  16  2 Louis Chiron         Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300      97 laps
5  32 10 Carlo Felice Trossi  Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300      97 laps
6  38 11 Goffredo Zehender    Maserati 8CM (8C-3000)  94 laps
7  12 14 "Williams"           Bugatti T51             90 laps
8  24 18 Laszlo Hartmann      Bugatti T51             86 laps

Retirements:

   14 12 Benoit Falchetto     Bugatti T51		
   18  5 Philippe Etancelin   Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300		
   34  7 Luigi Fagioli        Maserati 8C-3000
    6 13 Earl Howe            Bugatti T51		
   22  8 Jean-Pierre Wimille  Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300		
   20  9 Marcel Lehoux        Bugatti T51		
   36 17 Raymond Sommer       Maserati 8CM (8C-3000)		
    4 15 Henry Birkin         Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300		
   30 16 Eugenio Siena        Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300		

Did not start

    2    Rudolf Caracciola    Alfa-Romeo 8C-2300 crash
							
Notes:							
1 Qualifying in practice used for detemination of grid.				
2 Caracciola crashed in practice. The impact shattered his right 
  fermur and he did not race again until July 1934.				
3 In the last lap Nuvolari's car broke. His mechanic tried to help
  him to push the car, therefore Nuvolari was disqualified.				
  In present day racing there would have been no need to push 
  because Nuvolari would have been classified 3rd. However in 
  those days you did have to finish.