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1920-1929

13 May 1920 – Turin to Salo race
The class winners were; 1,000cc – Oreste Malvisi (Harley-Davidson), 750cc – Miro Maffeis (Indian), 500cc – Domenico Malvisi, 350cc- Ernesto Gnesa (Garelli), Touring machines – Ernesto Sironi. We have no details of any other finishers.

30 May 1920 – GP de France or Circuit de Fontainebleau
The solo winners all rode Alcyon machinery. They were Vulliamy (500cc), Marc Jolly (350cc) and Louis (250cc). We have no details of any other finishers.

1920, date unknown – Australian TT, Yarra
Claude Sainty (Harley-Davidson) won. We have no further details about this event.

12 June 1921 – Italian Grand Prix, Turin
We know the race winners, 1000cc – Biagio Nazzaro (Indian), 750cc – Primo Moretti (Frera), 500cc – Pierino Opessi (Triumph), 350cc – Ernesto Gnesa (Garelli). We have no information about any other finishers.

25 September 1921 – Targa Florio
Gino Finzi (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc class. Were there any other finishers in this class?

November(?) 1921 – Springerville to Phoenix race
Roy Artley (Excelsior) won. We have no details of any other finishers.

10 April 1922 – GP di Pasqua, Rome
The class winners were: 1,000cc – Guiseppe Garcea, 750cc – Gino Zanchelta, 350cc – Giulio Zaro, Sidecar – Luigi Morabito (Sunbeam). We have no details of any other finishers.

May 1922 – Circuito di Padova
The class winners were: 1,000cc – Arnedeo Ruggeri (Harley-Davidson), 500cc – Eraldo Marcoli (Triumph), 350cc – Ernesto Gnesa (Garelli). We have no details of any other finishers.

22 May 1922 – Ciruito di Orbassano
Ernesto Vailati (Sunbeam) won the 500cc class from Mario Cavedini (Norton). Ernesto Gnesa (Garelli) won the 350cc class. We have no details of any other finishers.

28 May 1922 – Circuito di Padova
We know the race finishers, 1000cc – Arnedeo Ruggeri (Harley-Davidson), 500cc – Eraldo Marcoli (Triumph), 350cc – Ernesto Gnesa (Garelli). We have no further information about this event.

28 May 1922 – Circuito di Tevere, Rome
The class winners were: 1,000ccc – Umberto Faraglia (Harley-Davidson), 750cc – Gino Zanchelta, 500cc – Luigi Morabito (Sunbeam), 350cc – Davide Gambini (Douglas). We have no details of any other finishers.

12 June 1922 – Circuito Valle Ticino, Varese
Domenico Malvisi (Triumph) won the 500cc class. Who finished second on a Triumph and third on a Douglas? Erminio Visioli (Garelli) won the 350cc class. Who finished second on a Douglas?

1922, date unknown – Madrid 12 hour race
Zacarias Mateos won. We have no further information about this event.

27 May 1923 – Circuito di Tortona
Enrico Manetti (Garelli) won the 350cc class. Achille Varzi (Garelli) finished third. Who finished second?

14-15 June 1923 – Eifelrundfahrt, Nideggen
Rathes (Harley-Davidson) won the 1,000cc class. Harley-Davidsons also finished third and fourth. We have no more information about this event.

17 June 1923 – Circuito del Savio, Ravenna
Tazio Nuvolari (Indian) finished fourth in the 1,000cc class. Who finished first, second and third? Primo Moretti (Frera) won the 500cc class and Gino Minciotti (Garelli) won the 350cc class. We have no details of any other finishers.

22 July 1923 – Coppa dell’ Adriatico, Rimini
Amedeo Ruggeri (Indian) won the 1,000cc class and Fabris (Garelli) won the 350cc class. We have no further information about this event.

23 July 1923 – San Sebastian 12 hour GP
Gremaud (Peugeot) won the 500cc race. A Harley-Davidson won the 1000cc race. We have no further information about this event.

23 July 1923 – Circuito di Padova
Achille Varzi (Garelli) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

30 August 1923 – Circuit de Boulogne
René Gillard (Peugeot) won the 750cc race and Paul Pean (Peugeot) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1923, date unknown – Marienberger-Dreiecksrennen, Marienberg
We know that Gustav Muth (Standard) won. We have no details of any other finishers, or the date.

March 1924 – Eilenriede-Rennen, Hanover
We know the race winners, 500cc – Schneider (Douglas), 350cc – Niss (AJS), 250cc – Emil Wuncher (Zündapp). We have no further information about this event.

13 April 1924 – Circuito di Crema
We know the race winners, 500cc – Mario Saelti (Sunbeam), 350cc – Puricelli (Norton), 250cc – Enrico Peter (Sunbeam). We have no further information about this event.

4 May 1924 – Hungarian TT, Budapest
The race winners were: 500cc – Dr.Paul Feledy (Sunbeam), 350cc – Wolfner (AJS), 250cc – I.Majlath (Cotton). We have no details of any other finishers.

8-9 June 1924 – GP du Midi, Toulouse (6 hour race)
De Rolland won the 750cc race. Lesley Pinney (Triumph) won the 500cc race and Coignet finished second. The sidecar winners were 1000cc – Clermont (Harley-Davidson), 600cc – Bessières (Triumph). We have no further information about this event.

15 June 1924 – Circuito di Padova
Tazio Nuvolari (Norton) finished second in the 500cc class. We have no further information about this event.

6 July 1924 – Circuito delle Prealpi Varesene, Varese
We have the 500cc result. We know Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) set the fastest lap in the 350cc race, but we have no details of any finishers in this race.

20 July 1924 – Coppa dell’ Adriatico, Rimini
We know the race winners: 1,000cc – Celeste Cantarini (Harley-Davidson), 500cc – Silvio Gamberini (Saroléa), 350cc – Sereni (AJS). We have no further information about this event.

3 August 1924 – Circuito di Tortona
The class winners were: 1,000cc – Amedeo Ruggeri (Harley-Davidson), 500cc – Tazio Nuvolari (Norton), 350cc – Olindo Raggi (AJS), 250cc – Mario Vaga (Maffeis-Blackburne). We have no further information about this event.

23-24 August 1924 – Grosser Preis der Landesgruppe West
We have no results. What was the circuit?

28 September 1924 – Circuito di Parma
Archille Varzi (Sunbeam) and Tazio Nuvolari (Norton) finished first and second in the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

23 November 1924 – Circuito di Rapallo, Genoa
The only known detail is that Tazio Nuvolari (Norton) finished fourth in the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1924, date unknown – Australian Grand Prix, Bungonia-Goulburn
We have no results, or the date.

22 March 1925 – Circuito di Rapallo, Genoa
Who finished fourth, fifth and sixth in the solo race, ahead of Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi)?

March 1925 – Eilenriede-Rennen, Hanover
We know the race winners: 500cc – Bartling (BMW), 350cc – Breidenbach (Montgomery – JAP), 250cc – Josef Stelzer (BMW). We have no further information about this event.

3 May 1925 – Circuito dei Campi Flegrei, Naples
Primo Moretti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Achille Varzi (Sunbeam) finished fifth. Biagio Nocchi (AJS) won the 350cc race and Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) finished fourth. We have no details of any other finishers.

17 May 1925 – Circuito di Perugia
Achille Varzi (Sunbeam) finished fifth in the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

17 May 1925 – GP de Lyon
M.Richard (Peugeot) and René Francisquet (Sunbeam) finished first and second in the 500cc class. Marcel Mourrier (aka ‘Marc’) (Alcyon) won the 350cc class, Jean Durand (Alcyon) won the 250cc class from Garot. We have the Sidecar result but we have no details of any other solo finishers.

31 May 1925 – Circuito di Padova
Licinio Lasagni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc class and Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) won the 350cc class. We have no further information about this event.

June 1925 – GP de la Woluwe, Brussels
We know the race winners, 500cc – Marcel Debay (Ready), 250cc – René Milhoux (Ready), 175cc Norbert Vanneste (Ready-Blackburne). We have no further information about this event.

28 June 1925 – Circuit de Picardie, Perrone
Marcel Debay (Ready) won the 500cc race, Jacques Durand (Terrot) won the 350cc race, Albert sourdot (Monet-Goyon) won the 250cc race from Laverdure (Monet-Goyon), and Beranger (BSA) won the Sidecar race. We have no details of any other finishers.

4 July 1925 – Altoona 100 mile race
This was a board track race. Joe Petrali (Harley-Davidson) won and Eddie Brinck (Indian) finished second. William Minnick (Harlet-Davidson) won the Sidecar race. We have no details of any more finishers.

July 1925 – Circuito di Tevere, Rome
We have no results.

12 September 1925 – Rund um Schotten
We have the 500cc and 175cc result, but no information about other classes.

1925, date unknown – Meetings at Marienberg, Heide and Hamburg.
We have no information except that important meetings took place at these locations.

21 March 1926 – Circuito dell’Infinito, Recanati
Luigi Aracngeli (Norton) and Achille Varzi (Sunbeam) finished 1st and 2nd in the 500cc race. Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) and Mario Saetti (Bianchi) finished 1st and 2nd in the 350cc race. We have no further details about this event.

4 April 1926 – Circuit de l’Aisne, St.Quentin
We have the 350cc and 175cc results but only the winners of the other classes, 750cc – Maurice Krebs (d’Yrsan), 250cc – Jean Durand (Terrot), 125cc – Renaud (CP-Roleo). There were no finishers in the 500cc class.

27 April 1926 – Circuito di Rapallo, Genoa
We have no results.

27 April 1926 – GP du Printemps, Dinant
Marcel Debay (Ready) won the 500cc race from George Stobart (Saroléa). Théo Rauwers (Sphinx-JAP) won the 350cc race and René Milhoux (Ready-Blackburne) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

2 May 1926 – Circuito di Torino (Turin)
Achille Varzi (Sunbeam) won the 500cc race. Mario Ghersi (Frera) won the 350cc race and Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) finished third. We have no further information about this event.

2 May 1926 – Karlsruher Wildpark-Rennen, Karlsruhe
We have no finishers below 2nd place. Title of event corrected by Thomas Endres, see his comment below.

9 May 1926 – Circuito di Stradella, Pavia
Achille Varzi (Sunbeam) won the 500cc race. Mario Ghersi (Sunbeam) won the 350cc race and Alfredo Panella (Galloni) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

9 May 1926 – GP des Frontières, Chimay
We have the 500cc result, but only the race winners from other classes. We have no further information about this event.

16 May 1926 – Hungarian TT, Budapest
The race winners were; Over 500cc- Hajos (Scott), 500cc- Dr.Paul Feledy (Sunbeam), 350cc- Otto Putz (Sunbeam). We have no further information about this event.

30-31 May 1926 – Herve-Vise-Geer 24 Hour Race
Julien Kempeners (Sphinx-JAP) won. We have no further information about this event.

5 June 1926 – Hohensyburg Rundstrecken-Rennen
We have no results.

6 June 1926 – GP de Lyon, St. André de Corcy
The race winners were; 500cc- Paul Péan (Peugeot), 350cc- Jules Rolland (Terrot), 250cc- Clermont (Terrot), 175cc- Albert Sourdot and Alex Hommaire (both Monet-Goyon) tied, Sidecar- Goubert (Terrot).

13 June 1926 – Circuito di Tevere, Rome
We have no results.

27 June 1926 – Circuito di Padova
Emilio Marchi (Sunbeam) won the 500cc race, Amilcare Rosetti (Garelli) won the 350cc race from Rociolanzini (New Imperial), Eugenio Filippini (New Imperial) won the 250cc race and Carlo Baschieri (GD) won the 175cc race. . We have no details of any other finishers.

27 June 1926 – Marienberger-Dreiecksrennen, Marienberg
We only know the first two finishers in each class.

12 July 1926 – Rund um Schotten
Georg May (Gueldner) won the 500cc race. Willi Engler finished 5th. Who finished 2nd, 3rd and 4th? Eduard Kratz (Ardie) won the 350cc race. Were there any other finishers? We have the first two finishers in the 250cc, 175cc and Sidecar classes, but no details of any other finishers.

18 July 1926 – Cicuito del Pozzo, Verona
Primo Moretti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

25 July 1926 – Circuito della Versilia, Lucca
Primo Moretti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race and Mario Ghersi (Bianchi) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

22 August 1926 – GP d’Herstal
The race winners were: 500cc – René Conod (Saroléa), 350cc – Victor Virgo (Saroléa), 250cc – Lempereur. We have no further information about this event.

5 September 1926 – Circuito di Correggio
Primo Moretti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

12 September 1926 – GP de Marseille, Miramas
Jules Rolland (Terrot) won the 500cc and 350cc races, Clermont (Terrot) won the 250cc race and Lucien Lemasson (alcyon) won the 175cc race. We have no further information about this event.

26 September 1926 – Circuito di Lodi, Milan
Achille Varzi (Sunbeam) won the 500cc race and Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1926, date unknown – Circuit de Floreffe
We have no results. Can anybody date this event?

1926, dates unknown – Frankfurter 3 Städte Lauf, Märkischer Herbstlauf, Moritzburger Dreiecksrennen.
We have no information about these meetings.

17 April 1927 – Circuito di Lugo, Ravenna
Who won the 175cc race?

24 April 1927 – Circuito Helvia Recina, Macerata
We know the race winners, and the 2nd finishers in the 500cc and 350cc races. We have no further details about this event.

8 May 1927 – Circuito delle Tre Valli, Rome
We have no results.

15 May 1927 – Circuito di Stradella, Pavia
We have the race winners, plus the second 500cc and 250cc finishers, but no further details.

24 May 1927 – Circuito di Modena
Arrigo Cimatti (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further details about this event.

29 May 1927 – Rund um Schotten
Eduard Kratz (BMW) won the 500cc race. Ludwig Krämer finished 2nd. We have no information about any other solo finishers. Who won the Sidecar race from Hans Kahrmann?

12 June 1927 – Circuit de Peronne
“Smith” (Gnome & Rhône) won the 500cc race, Paul Boetsch (Magnat-Debon) won the 350cc race and Norbert Coulon (Terrot) won the 250cc race from Fred Lipmann (Terrot). We have no further information about this event.

31 July 1927 – Circuito di San Rossore
Luigi Arcangeli and P.Arcangeli finished first and second in the 500cc race on Sunbeams. Annibale Galli (Frera) won the 350cc race, Licinio Lasagni (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race and Luigi Sandri (GD) won the 175cc race. We have no details of any more finishers.

31 July 1927 – Circuito dell’Infinito, Macerata
Amedeo Ruggeri (Sunbeam) won the 500cc race and Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

17 September 1927 – Boulogne 3 Hour Race, Pont-a-Marcq
We know the race winners: 500cc Marcel Debay (Gillet), 350cc – Vittorio Bruscoli (Aubier-Dunne), 250cc – René Milhoux (Rush), 175cc – Roger Robert (Jean Thomann), 1000cc Sidecar – E.Chêret (Jean Thomann), 600cc – Gaston Provost (Gillet). We have no further information about this event.

September 1927 – Buckower-Dreieckrennen, Buckow
We have the 500cc and 250cc results. The other race winners were: Unlimited – Ernst Burggaller (BMW), 750cc – Ernst Henne (BMW), 350cc – Erich Pätzold (Sunbeam), 250cc – Schmidt (Ernst-MAG), 175cc – Klipfel (DKW), 600cc sidecar – Theo Schoth, 350cc sidecar – Erich Pätzold (Sunbeam). We have no details of any more finishers.

1927, date unknown – Circuit de Floreffe
We have no results. Can anybody date this event?

22 April 1928 – Hanover meeting
We have no results.

6 May 1928 – Opelbahn-Rennen, Rüsselsheim
Paul Weyres (Harley-Davidson) won the 1,000cc race. Heinz Kürten (Tornax-JAP) won the 1,000cc sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

8 May 1928 – Circuito del Poggione, Grossetto
Piero Taruffi (Norton) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

3 June 1928 – Rund um Schotten
We have the 500cc result to 3rd place, and the first two in the 600cc Sidecar race. The other race winners were; 350cc – Hermann-Paul Müller (Grindlay-Peerless), 250cc – Karl Frentzen (UT), 175cc – Frank, Over 600cc Sidecar-Wohlfahrt. We have no details of any other finishers.

10 June 1928 – Circuit de Péronne
We know the race winners: 500cc – Dubost (Norton), 250cc – Norbert Coulon (Terrot), 175cc – Catuhe (Monet Goyon). We have no further information about this event.

1 July 1928 – Circuito di Crema
The race winners were: 500cc- Guisto Zaro (Gilera), 350cc – Amilcare Morreti (Bianchi), 250cc – Ugo Raccagni (Motto Guzzi), 175cc – Guiseppe Andreani (Masserini), 125cc Raffaele Alberti (Orione). We have no further information about this event.

9 July 1928 – Circuito di Réggio Emilia
The class winners were: 500cc – Mario Colombo (Sunbeam), 350cc – Terzo Bandini (Velocette), 250cc – Felice Nazzaro (Moto-Guzzi), 175cc – Tonino Benelli (Benelli), 125cc – Enrico Mariani (MM). We have no details of any more finishers.

15 August 1928 – Circuit de Saint-Donat, Mettet
Albert Breslau won the 600cc race and Alfred Bovy (Bovy) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

9 September 1928 – Freudenberg-Dreieckrennen
23 September 1928 – Hanover meeting
29 September 1928 – Hohensyburg Rundstreken-Rennen
We have no results.

1928, date unknown – Circuit de Floreffe
Fernand Renier (Saroléa) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event. Can anybody date this event?

28 April 1929 – GP Maurice Defoin, Dinant
The race winners were: 500cc – Guy Hansez (Gillet), 350cc – Julien Vico (Gillet), 600cc Sidecar – René Milhoux (Gillet). We have no further information about this event.

26 May 1929 – Eifelrennen, Nürburgring
Jäckel (Rudge) won the Over 500cc race, Erich Pätzold won the 500cc race and Etzbach (UT-JAP) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

2 June 1929 – Circuit de Floreffe
Fernand Renier (Saroléa) won the 500cc race and Alfred Bovy (Bovy) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

2 June 1929 – Circuit di Crema
The race winners were: 500cc – Terzo Bandini (Moto-Guzzi), 350cc – Amilcare Moretti (Bianchi), 250cc – Egidio Truzzi (Moto-Guzzi), 175cc – Primo Zini (CD). We have no further information about this event.

9 June 1929 – Circuit de Péronne
J.Fontaine (Picardy) won the 175cc race. We have no further information about this event.

2 July 1929 – Circuit de Dieppe
Jean Richard (Motosacoche) won the 500cc race and Norbert Coulon (Terrot) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1 September 1929 – Brussels GP
The race winners were: 350cc – Albert Breslau (AJS), 250cc – Jules Fondu (La Mondiale-JAP), 1000cc Sidecar – Herico. The 500cc race was abandoned. We have no further information about this event.

10 October 1929 – Circuito dei Campi Flegrei, Naples
The race winners were: 500cc – Piero Taruffi (Norton), 350cc – Umberto Faraglia (Harley-Davidson), 250cc – Oreste Villa (Moto-Guzzi), 175cc – Amilcare Rossetti (MM). We have no further information about this event.

1929, date unknown – Opelbahn-Rennen, Rüsselsheim
We have no results. Can anybody date this event?

1929, date unknown – Avusrennen (German club championship meeting)
We have no results. Can anybody date this event?

1929, date unknown – Königsbrück meeting
1929, date unknown – Hohensyburg Rundstreken-Rennen

We have no results. Can anybody date these events?

4 comments

  1. Hello,
    in Your 1920-1929 table I found a race listed as Karlsruher Waldpark-Rennen. As Karlsruhe is my hometown I can tell You that there is no region known as Waldpark. But we have a large forest in the north of the city which is called Wildpark where the football-stadium (Wildpark-Stadion)is situated.
    You can find about 40 sites in the net reporting about Karlsruher Wildpark-Rennen in 1926.


  2. July 1925 – Kölberg Baderrennen:
    There are some mistakes – Kölberg doesn´t or didn´t exist, correct is Kolberg – now Kolobrzeg, Poland –
    where motorcycles raced from 1926 until 1929. The races name was Bäderrennen.
    The net shows about 10 items when looking for Kolberg Bäderrennen or Kolberger Bäderrennen.


  3. 1922, date unknown – Madrid 12 hour race
    http://www.motocicletaclasica.es/index.php/noticias/185-zacarias-mateos.html


  4. Some answers from 1923 & 24

    27 May 1923 – Circuito di Tortona
    Enrico Manetti (Garelli) won the 350cc class. Achille Varzi (Garelli) finished third. Who finished second?

    III Circuito di Tortona
    27 May 1923 – Alessandria

    350cc: 180 km (45.0 km × 4 laps)
    1 Enrico Manetti Garelli 2h23m35.4, 75.21 km/h
    2 Vito Magri Garelli 2h28m
    3 Achille Varzi Garelli 2h30m20
    4 G Pedrazzi 2h38m55
    5 Giovanni Gianoglio 2h39m24
    6 F Azzano 2h44m51
    7 G Moraschi 3h01m35

    Fastest Lap: Primo Moretti, 28:04, 96.2 km/h

    500cc: 225 km (45.0 km × 5 laps)
    1 Oreste Malvisi Borgo 2h54m11.6, 77.50 km/h
    2 Edoardo Self 2h55m51
    3 Gianni Battaglia 3h05m13
    4 Tazio Nuvolari Norton 3h35m10
    5 Serra 3h41m02
    6 Corradi 3h46m34

    Fastest Lap: Mazzolani, 26:58, 100.1 km/h

    750cc: 270 km (45.0 km × 6 laps)
    1 Arturo Farinotti Motosacoche 3h12m51, 84 km/h
    2 Augusto Rava Indian 3h17m57
    3 Cerri 3h29m05

    Fastest Lap: Ottorino Dall’Oglio, 26m, 104 km/h

    1000cc: 315 km (45.0 km × 7 laps)
    1 Umberto Faraglia, Harley Davidson 2h52m44.8, 108.78 km/h
    2 Domenico Malvisi 2h55m38
    3 Vittorio Maggiore 3h13m57
    4 Amedeo Ruggeri Indian 3h20m23

    Fastest Lap: Faraglia, 23m, 117 km/h

    17 June 1923 – Circuito del Savio, Ravenna
    Tazio Nuvolari (Indian) finished fourth in the 1,000cc class. Who finished first, second and third? Primo Moretti (Frera) won the 500cc class and Gino Minciotti (Garelli) won the 350cc class. We have no details of any other finishers.

    I Circuito Motociclistico del Savio
    17 June 1923 – Ravenna

    350cc: 267.2 km (44.533 × 6 laps)
    1 Gino Minciotti Garelli 4h12m28, 63.5 km/h
    2 Giorcelli 4h21m05

    500cc: 267.2 km (44.533 × 6 laps)
    1 Primo Moretti Frera 3h07m53, 85.33 km/h
    2 Leurdini 3h31m18
    3 Rossi 3h35m10

    1000cc: 267.2 km (44.533 × 6 laps)
    1 Amedeo Ruggeri Indian 3h07m01, 85.85 km/h
    2 Terzo Bandini 3h07m02
    3 Bernardini 3h20m25
    4 Tazio Nuvolari Indian

    Fastest Lap: Ruggeri, 26:04, 102.50 km/h

    22 July 1923 – Coppa dell’ Adriatico, Rimini
    Amedeo Ruggeri (Indian) won the 1,000cc class and Fabris (Garelli) won the 350cc class. We have no further information about this event.

    III Coppa dell’ Adriatico
    22 July 1923 – Rimini

    350cc: 234 km
    1 Fabris Garelli 2h54m92, 80.00 km/h
    2 Ettore Cavalleri
    3 Gino Minciotti
    4 Tesi

    500cc: 234km
    1 Luigi Arcangeli Motosacoche 2h43m25, 85.92 km/h
    2 Primo Moretti Frera 2h56m
    3 Gino Zanchetta
    5 Sambiri
    6 Orsina

    1000cc: 234 km
    1 Amedeo Ruggeri Indian 2h39m50, 87.96 km/h
    2 Terzo Bandini 2h46m
    3 Benelli

    Did Not Finish
    Tazio Nuvolari (Indian)

    23 July 1923 – San Sebastian 12 hour GP
    Gremaud (Peugeot) won the 500cc race. A Harley-Davidson won the 1000cc race. We have no further information about this event.

    Las 12 Horas del Lasarte
    23 July 1923 – San Sebastian

    350cc
    1 Alá Douglas

    500cc
    1 Jaoquin Vidal Norton 737.384 km, 61.448 km/h

    1000cc
    1 Zacarias Matteos Harley-Davidson 885.45 km, 73.787 km/h
    1 Victor Landa Harley-Davidson 860.046 km
    3 Raul Riganti Harley-Davidson 840.851 km
    3 Jean Gremond Peugeot

    Opinions differ about who won. Lana, Riganti & Gremond may be 2nd – 4th

    1000cc Sidecar
    1 Vicente Naur Harley-Davidson
    2 Germain Villar Harley-Davidson
    3 Pedro Pi Indian

    II Circuito di Padova
    24 June 1923 – Circuito del Colli Evanei

    350cc: 170.2 km (17.02 km × 10 laps)
    1 Achille Varzi Garelli 1h50m01.8, 91.98 km/h
    2 Isacco Mariani Garelli 1h56m15
    3 Ernesto Gnesa 1h54m04
    4 Adamo Pelai 1h56m06
    5 Vito Magri 1h56m10
    6 Gino Minciotti
    7 Giorcelli
    8 Carreli
    9 Gianolio

    500cc: 238.28 km (17.02 km × 14 laps)
    1 Luigi Arcangeli Motosacoche 2h29m54.2, 95.37 km/h
    2 Edoardo Self 2h29m55
    3 Oreste Malvisi 2h34m07.2
    4 Tanzi 2h35m182

    750cc: 272.32 km (17.02 km × 16 laps)
    1 Ottorino Dall’Oglio Martinsyde 3h04m52.4, 88.28 km/h
    2 Gino Casale 3h16m30
    3 Augusto Rava 3h25m34

    Fastest Lap: Dall’Oglio, 10:29.6, 98.35 km/h

    1000cc: 303.36 km (17.02 km × 18 laps)
    1 Damiano Rogai Harley Davidson 2h51m35.4, 107.13 km/h
    2 Edoardo Winkler Harley Davidson 2h54m37
    3 Umberto Faraglia 2h57m32.4
    4 Erminio Visioli 2h58m25
    5 Amedeo Ruggeri 3h03m25.4
    6 Canterini
    7 Luigi Quattrocchi

    23 July 1923 – Circuito di Padova
    Achille Varzi (Garelli) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

    II Circuito di Padova
    24 June 1923 – Circuito del Colli Evanei

    350cc: 170.2 km (17.02 km × 10 laps)
    1 Achille Varzi Garelli 1h50m01.8, 91.98 km/h
    2 Isacco Mariani Garelli 1h56m15
    3 Ernesto Gnesa 1h54m04
    4 Adamo Pelai 1h56m06
    5 Vito Magri 1h56m10
    6 Gino Minciotti
    7 Giorcelli
    8 Carreli
    9 Gianolio

    500cc: 238.28 km (17.02 km × 14 laps)
    1 Luigi Arcangeli Motosacoche 2h29m54.2, 95.37 km/h
    2 Edoardo Self 2h29m55
    3 Oreste Malvisi 2h34m07.2
    4 Tanzi 2h35m182

    750cc: 272.32 km (17.02 km × 16 laps)
    1 Ottorino Dall’Oglio Martinsyde 3h04m52.4, 88.28 km/h
    2 Gino Casale 3h16m30
    3 Augusto Rava 3h25m34

    Fastest Lap: Dall’Oglio, 10:29.6, 98.35 km/h

    1000cc: 303.36 km (17.02 km × 18 laps)
    1 Damiano Rogai Harley Davidson 2h51m35.4, 107.13 km/h
    2 Edoardo Winkler Harley Davidson 2h54m37
    3 Umberto Faraglia 2h57m32.4
    4 Erminio Visioli 2h58m25
    5 Amedeo Ruggeri 3h03m25.4
    6 Canterini
    7 Luigi Quattrocchi

    15 June 1924 – Circuito di Padova
    Tazio Nuvolari (Norton) finished second in the 500cc class. We have no further information about this event.

    Circuito di Padova
    15 June 1924 – Padova

    250cc
    1 Mario Vaga Maffeis

    350cc
    1 Enrico Peter Sunbeam

    500cc
    1 Mario Saetti Sunbeam
    2 Tazio Nuvolari Norton

    1000cc
    1 Amedeo Ruggeri Indian

    6 July 1924 – Circuito delle Prealpi Varesene, Varese
    We have the 500cc result. We know Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi) set the fastest lap in the 350cc race, but we have no details of any finishers in this race

    Circuito delle Prealpi Varesene
    6 July 1924 – Varese

    350cc: 219 km (36.5 km × 6 laps)
    1 Cavazzale 3h56m04, 55.66 km/h

    Fastest Lap: Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi), 32:16.5, 67.86 km/h

    Did Not Finish: Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi)

    20 July 1924 – Coppa dell’ Adriatico, Rimini
    We know the race winners: 1,000cc – Celeste Cantarini (Harley-Davidson), 500cc – Silvio Gamberini (Saroléa), 350cc – Sereni (AJS). We have no further information about this event.

    IV Coppa dell’ Adriatico
    20 July 1924 – Rimini

    350cc: 215.63 km (17.97 km × 12 laps)
    1 Sereni AJS 2h34m28, 83.73 km/h
    2 Sani 2h44m
    3 Brunelli 2h44m

    Did Not Finish
    Tazio Nuvolari (Bianchi)

    500cc: 215.63 km (17.97 km × 12 laps)
    1 Luigi Gamberini Saroléa 2h37m23, 82.19 km/h
    2 Silvio Breda 2h37m54
    3 Bruno Garavotti 2h53m

    1000cc: 215.63 km (17.97 km × 12 laps)
    1 Celeste Cantarini Harley-Davidson 2h15m38.2, 95.39 km/h

    No other finishers

    Fastest Lap: Cantarini, 10:58, 98.32 km/h

    3 August 1924 – Circuito di Tortona
    The class winners were: 1,000cc – Amedeo Ruggeri (Harley-Davidson), 500cc – Tazio Nuvolari (Norton), 350cc – Olindo Raggi (AJS), 250cc – Mario Vaga (Maffeis-Blackburne). We have no further information about this event.
    II Circuito di Tortona
    3 August 1924 – Tortona

    250cc: 180 km (45 km × 4 laps)
    1 Mario Vaga Maffeis-Blackburne 2h00m58.8, 82.45 km/h
    2 Angelo Verna Henley 2h06m07.8
    3 Mario Maffeis Maffeis-Blackburne 2h06m29.4
    4 Ghezzi ??? 2h07m40
    5 Ginoglio ??? 2h12m17

    Fastest Lap: Maffeis, 30:20, 89.01 km/h

    350cc: 225 km (45 km × 5 laps)
    1 Olindo Raggi AJS 2h16m20, 99.222 km/h
    2 Isacco Mariani Garelli 2h20m25.2
    3 Annibale Galli DOT 2h23m07.8
    4 Vaccari ??? 2h27m18.2
    5 Mario Sassi

    500cc: 270 km (45 km × 6 laps)
    1 Tazio Nuvolari Norton 2h26m30.6, 110.572 km/h
    2 Attilio Roccatani Sunbeam 2h37m57.2

    Did Not Finish
    Achille Varzi (Sunbeam)

    1000cc: 270 km (45 km × 6 laps)
    1 Amedeo Ruggeri Harley-Davidson 2h21m47.8, 114.248 km/h
    2 Umberto Faraglia Harley-Davidson 2h39m39

    28 September 1924 – Circuito di Parma
    Archille Varzi (Sunbeam) and Tazio Nuvolari (Norton) finished first and second in the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

    II Circuito di Parma
    28 September 1924 – Parma

    250cc: 210.5 km: (2.105 km × 10 laps)
    1 Mario Vaga Maffeis 2h23m00?, 88.33 km/h
    2 Aldo Ganna Ganna 2h25m18
    3 Giovanni Gianoglio Maffeis 2h27m07
    4 Sagnoli 2h27m27
    5 Ghezzi 2h29m31
    6 Ezio Tagliabue 2h29m58
    7 Balognini? 2h38m16
    8 Pabbiati 2h52m12
    9 Giulio Zaro 3h05m12

    Fastest Lap: Vaga, 13:24, 94.99 km/h

    350cc: 271.75 km: (2.105 km × 13 laps)
    1 Olindo Raggi AJS 2h26m35, 104.13 km/h
    2 Eduardo Self Sunbeam 2h29m06.4
    3 Ernesto Gnesa AJS 2h30m19
    4 Bigi (Rigi?) 2h31m17
    5 Adige Fiaccadori 2h35m47
    6 Fillipini 2h40m25
    7 Piacontino? 2h46m21
    8 Vaccari 3h15m32

    Fastest Lap: Raggi, 11:14.5, 113.20 km/h

    500cc: 316.9 km: : (2.105 km × 15 laps)
    1 Archille Varzi Sunbeam 2h53m, 110 km/h
    2 Tazio Nuvolari Norton 2h58m23
    3 Battioni Norton 3h08m48
    4 Garavaglia 3h11m31
    5 Silvio Gamberini 3h18m05

    Fastest Lap: Nuvolari, 10:18.8, 123.33 km/h

    1000cc: 316.9 km: : (2.105 km × 15 laps)
    1 Amedeo Ruggeri Indian 2h41m59, 117.38 km/h
    2 Umberto Faraglia Harley-Davidson 2h43m56
    3 Erminio Visioli Harley-Davidson 3h06m55.6

    Fastest Lap: Visioli, 10:27.2, 121.68 km/h



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