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1930-1939

27 April 1930 – GP Maurice Defoin, Dinant
The race winners were: 500cc – Gustave Paye (Rudge), 350cc – Fernand Renier (Velocette), 250cc – ‘Jockey’ (Ready), 175cc – Yvan Goor (DKW), 600cc Sidecar – Louis Bouhy (Saroléa). We have no further information about this event.

27 April 1930 – Naumberger Dreiecksrennen
We have no results.

11 May 1930 – Hungarian TT, Budapest
Hans Winkler (DKW) won the 500cc race from Josef Klein (DKW). The other race winners were; 350cc – Leo Davenport (AJS), 250cc-I.Erdelyi (DKW), 175cc – Francis Lukavecz (Francis-Barnett). We have no details of any more finishers.

29 May 1930 – Circuit de Floreffe
We only know the 350cc result.

1 June (or 21 September)1930 – Meeting at Königsbrück
We have no results.

8 June 1930 – Polish GP, Katowice
We have the 500cc result, and we know that Paul Toreli (Motosacoche) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

15 June 1930 – GP de Lyon
We know the race winners and some 2nd and 3rd finishers, but our results appear to be incomplete.

July 1930 – Belgian 24 hour race, Herve-Vise-Geer
2 riders per machine. Who won on a Rudge? Who finished second and third? Who finished fourth on a Norton? Were there any more finishers?

27 July 1930 – Grand Trophy de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet
Fernand Renier (Velocette) won the 350cc race and Tounquet won the Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

27 July 1930 – Rund um Schotten
We know the race winners and some 2nd and 3rd finishers, but our results appear to be incomplete.

12 October 1930 – Hohensyburg Dreiecksrennen
The race winners were; 1,000cc- Ralph Roese (BMW), 500cc- Hans Heyer (AJS), 350cc- Lismonde (Tornax), 250cc- Gert In der Elst (AJS). We have no further information about this event.

29 March 1931 – Tunisian Grand Prix, Carthage
We have the first two finishers from each race only.

5 April 1931 – Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest
We have the 500cc result. Elvetio Toricelli (Puch) won the 250cc race and Ferencz Zboray (DKW) won the 175cc race. We have no details of any other finishers.

5 April 1931 – Madrid GP
Maleos (Velocette) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

10 May (and/or 13 September) 1931 – Hohensyburg
Rundstrecken-Rennen
We have no results.

14 May 1931- Ruissalo TT, Turku
Raine Lampinen (Rudge) won the Over 350cc race and August Aaltonen won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

17 May 1931 – Circuit de Floreffe
The race winners were: 500cc – Pol Demeuter (Saroléa), 350cc – Albert Breslau (AJS), 250cc – “Jockey” (Excelsior), 175cc – L. Dans (Bovy), Sidecar – Gustave van Gelder (Saroléa). We have no further information about this event.

24-25 May 1931 – Bol d’Or, St. Germain, Paris
We have the 350cc result. The other class winners were; 500cc – Arbonville, 250cc – Hector Andréino (Clément-Gladiator), 175cc – Dubois (Monet-Goyon), 100cc – Rapeau, 600cc Sidecar – Kiene (Norton), 350cc Sidecar – Lavaine (Calthorpe). We have no details of any other finishers.

6-7 June 1931 – Eifelrennen, Nürburgring
We have the 1,000cc and sidecar results but no details of other classes.

7 June 1931 – Grand Trophy de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet
The race winners were: 500cc – Pol Demeuter (Saroléa), 350cc – Alfred Bovy (Bovy), 250cc – Omer Schouppe (Excelsior), Sidecar – Louis Bouhy (Saroléa). We have no further information about this event.

21 June 1931 – Belgian Championships, Spa-Francorchamps
The race winners were: 500cc – Pol Demeuter (Saroléa), 350cc – René Milhoux (FN), 250cc – “Jockey” (Excelsior), 175cc – L.Dans (Bovy). We have no further information about this event.

21 June 1931 – Grillenburger Dreieckrennen, Dresden
The race winners were: 1,000cc – Ralph Roese (BMW), 500cc – Werner Huth (NSU), 350cc – Ernst Loof (Imperia-Python), 250cc – Arthur Geiss (DKW). We have no further information about this event.

28 June 1931 – Polish Grand Prix, circuit unknown
We have the race winners only; 500cc- Paul Torelli (Motosacoche), 350cc-0 Herbert Ernst (AJS), 250cc- Marian Malicki (Ariel), Sidecar- Josef Moritz (Victoria).

13 July 1931 – Carcassonne GP

We have no results.

July 1931 – Circuito delle Prealpi Varesene, Varese
Giovanni Broggi (Frera) won the 500cc class and Aldo Pigorini (Velocette) won the 350cc class. We have no details of any other finishers. Giordano Aldrighetti won the 250cc class on an Ariel. Who finished 2nd on a Ganna-JAP? Nello Pagani won the 175cc class on an Ancora-Villiers. Were there any other finishers?

2 August 1931 – Circuit du Dauphiné, Grenoble
Paul Boetsch (Terrot) won the 350cc race, Marcel Guiguet (MGC-JAP) won the 250cc race an F.Bergallo (Terrot) won the 175cc race. We have no further information about this event.

9 August 1931 – German TT, Misdrov
Rudolf Runtsch (NSU) won the 1,000cc race and Josef Klein (Horex) won the 500cc race. Hans Kahrmann (Hercules-JAP) won the 250cc race and Walfried Winkler (DKW) finished third. We have no further information about this event.

16 August 1931 – Circuito di Pesaro
Guglielmo Sandri (NSU) won the 500cc race and Riccardo Brusi (Moto-Guzzi) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

30 August 1931 – Circuit de Sombreffe
The race winners were: 500cc – Jules Fondu (La Mondiale), 350cc – Fernand Renier (Velocette), 250cc – Omer Schouppe (Excelsior). We have no further information about this event.

30 August 1931 – French championships, Montlhéry
29 September 1931 – Grillenburger Dreieckrennen, Dresden
1931, date unknown – Naumberger Dreiecksrennen
We have no results.

1 May 1932 – GP Maurice Defoin, Dinant
The race winners were: 500cc – Robert Grégoire (Saroléa), 350cc – Charles Hanssens (Norton), 250cc – Léonard Notet (Lady), 600cc Sidecar – Gustave van Gelder (Saroléa). We have no further information about this event.

22-23 May 1932 – Bol d’Or, St. Germain, Paris
We think we have full results for the 350cc, 250cc and 1,000cc Sidecar classes. The other class winners were; 500cc – Guillaume Lovinfosse (Motobéçane), 175cc – Leroy (Monet-Goyon), 100cc – Rapeau (Prester), 600cc Sidecar – Françoise (Norton), 350cc Sidecar – Mainguet (Prester). We have no details of any other finishers.

29 May 1932 – Circuit de Floreffe
The race winners were: 500cc Robert Grégoire (Saroléa), 350cc – René Milhoux (FN), 250cc – Léon Nothomb (Lady), Sidecar – Cyprien Moenens (Saroléa). We have no further information about this event.

5 June 1932 – Grand Trophy de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet
The race winners were: 500cc – Robert Grégoire (Saroléa), 350cc – Charles Hanssens (Norton), Sidecar – Louis Bouhy (Saroléa). We have no further information about this event.

12 June 1932 – Ostravský okruh, Ostrava
We have the 500cc and 250cc results, but not the 350cc result.

12 June 1932 – Belgian Championships, Spa Francorchamps
The race winners were: 500cc Robert Grégoire (Saroléa), 350cc – Charles Hanssens (Norton), 250cc – Léon Nothomb (Lady), 175cc – Yvan Goor (DKW). We have no further information about this event.

19 June 1932 – Hainaut GP, Marchienne au Pont
We know the race winners and the 2nd finishers in the 350cc and 250cc races only.

July 1932 – Carcassonne GP and Circuit de Lorraine
We have no details about either of these events.

21 August 1932 – Polish Grand Prix, circuit unknown
We have no results.

25 September 1932 – Brussels GP, Floreffe
The race winners were: 500cc – Erik Haps (Norton), 350cc – Raymond Renier (Velocette), 250cc – Léon Nothomb (Lady), 175cc – Jacques Alberda (La Mondiale), 600cc Sidecar – Fernand Puttemans (Saroléa). We have no further information about this event.

20 November 1932 – Royal Hungarian Auto Club Meeting
We have the 1,000cc and 500cc results, but only the winners of other classes; 350cc- Gers (MAG), 250cc- Ladislaus Kiss (Puch), 175cc- Ferencz Lukavecz (Francis-Barnett). Can anyone identify the circuit?

1932, date unknown – Canadian TT, Bayview, Toronto
– Australian Grand Prix, Phillip Island
We have no results.

March 1933 – New Zealand TT, Waiheke Island
Sydney Moses (Rudge) won. We have no further information about this event.

26 March 1933 – Tunisian Grand Prix, Tunis
The race winners were: 500cc – Paul Boetsch (Terrot), 350cc – Grego (Terrot), 250cc – Tolaro (Terrot). We have no further information about this event.

9 April 1933 – Circuito Salernitano, Salerno
We have no results.

May 1933 – Hungarian TT, Budapest
The race winners were: Over 500cc – Lusztig, 500cc – Istvan Matinek (Gilera), 350cc – Ando, 250cc – Ladislaus Kiss, Sidecar – Dalnoki. We have no further information about this event.

28 May 1933 – Circuit de Floreffe
We have the results but only the race winners in the 350cc and 250cc classes, René Milhoux (FN) and Gerhard Wenzel (Rudge). We have no further information about this event.

18 June 1933 – Polish Grand Prix
We have no results or details of the circuit.

4 July 1933 – Savannah 200 Mile Race
Bert Baisden (Harley-Davidson) won. We have no further information about this event.

25 July 1933 – Carcassonne GP
We have only the first two finishers in each race.

13 August 1933 – Avusrennen, A.V.U.S., Berlin
We have no results. Can anyone confirm that this event took place?

20 August 1933 – Comminges GP
We have only the first two finishers in each race, or three for the 175cc race.

27 August 1933 – GP de l`Albigeois, Albi
Edouard Lafon (Sunbeam) won the 500cc race, Roger Loyer (Velocette) won the 350cc race from Leslie Brooke (Magnat-Debon), and Jacques Onda (Magnat-Debon) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

17 September 1933 – Estonian TT, Pirita
Villiam Hennok (Rudge) won the solo race. There was also a sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

1-2 January 1934 – South African TT, Port Elizabeth
We have full results except for the 500cc race. The winner was Joe Sarkis (Sunbeam) but we have no details about any other finishers.

13 May 1934 – Grand Trophy de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet
We have the full 500cc result, all the winners and some second places.

21 May 1934 – Ruissalo TT, Turku
We have the first three 350cc finishers but only the first two 500cc finishers, Otto Brandt (Rudge) and Uuno Keinänen (Rudge).

21 May 1934 – Nîmes GP
We have no results.

3 June 1934 – Circuito di Parma
We know the first two 250cc finishers, Nello Pagani (Miller) and Michele Mangione (Linx), but we have no further information about this event.

22 July 1934 – Albi GP
We have the results of the small capacity classes, but only the 500cc and 350cc winners, Leslie Brooke (Norton) and Puyraveau.

5 August 1934 – Latvian TT, Talsi
We have no results.

12 August 1934 – Meeting du Camp du Drap d’Or, Calais
– Kölner Stadtwaldrennen, Cologne (Köln)
We have no results.

2 September 1934 – Bilbao GP
We have the first two finishers in each race. We have no further information about this event.

2 September 1934 – Hohensyburg Dreiecksrennen
We have no results.

1934 date unknown – Greek TT, circuit unknown
Rudge machines filled the first four places, but we have no further information about this event. Does anyone know the date, or the circuit (probably in the Athens area).

1934 date unknown – Estonian TT, Pirita
We have no results.

12 May 1935 – Grand Trophy de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet
The race winners were: 500cc – Gilbert de Rudder (Saroléa), 350cc – David Vieyra (Velocette), 250cc – Léonard Notet (Lady), 175cc – Gaston Barbé (Barbé), Sidecar – Cyprien Moenens (FN). We have the second finishers in the solo classes but no further details.

17 May 1935 – Ruissalo TT, Turku
Walter Bergström (Matchless) won the 500cc race. Sani Somerkorpi (Norton) won the 350cc race and Karl Stenij (Rudge) finished second. We have no further information about this event.

29 May 1935 – Circuit de Floreffe
The race winners were: 500cc – Charles Hanssens (FN), 350cc – Antoine Lambert (Saroléa), 175cc – Omer Schouppe (MM), Sidecar – Cyprien Moenens (FN). We have no further information about this event.

9 June 1935 – Circuit de Bourges
7 July 1935 – Carcassonne GP
25 August 1935- Hohensyburg Dreiecksrennen
We have no results.
1935, date unknown – Estonian TT, Pirita
Adolfs Silins (BSA) won the 500cc race and Aleksandrs Kazäks (BSA) won the Sidecar race. We have no further information about this event.

1935 date unknown – Latvian TT, Talsi
Adolfs Silins (BSA) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

17 May 1936- Ruissalo TT, Turku
Raine Lampinen (Norton) won the 500cc race and Sani Somerporpi (Norton) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

21 May 1936 – Circuit de Floreffe
We have partial results, but only the 250cc winner- Walter Voigt (Imperia).

7 June 1936 – Circuit de Bourges
Maurice Leroy (Terrot) won the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

14 June 1936 – GP d`Alger (Algiers).
Paul Boetsch (Terrot) won the 500cc and 350cc races. G. Lieutaud (Monet-Goyon) won the 250cc and 125cc races. We have no further information about this event.

14 June 1936 – Lyonnais TT, Lyons
We have no results.

12 July 1936 – GP de l`Albigeois, Albi
We have the 350cc result, but only the 500cc winner- André Barthe (Saroléa).

14 August 1936 – Coppa Acerbo or GP di Pescara
We have the first three 350cc finishers, but only the winners of the other classes; 500cc- Dorino Serafini (Bianchi), 250cc- Celeste Cavaciuti (Benelli).

16 August 1936 – Circuit du Camp du Drap d’Or, Calais
The only detail we have is that Maurice Leroy (Terrot) finished 2nd in the 125cc race.

23 August 1936- Hohensyburg Dreiecksrennen
We have the race winners only; Over 500cc- Paul Weyres (Harley-Davidson), 500cc- Hans Bock (Norton), 350cc- Fritz Kammer (NSU), 250cc- Gert In der Elst (Rudge), 1,000cc Sidecar- Paul Weyres (Harley-Davidson), 600cc Sidecar- Hans Bock (Norton).

27 August 1936 – Austrian Grand Prix, circuit unknown
This meeting appears to have been cancelled. Can anybody confirm?

1936 date unknown – Estonian TT, Pirita
1936 date unknown –
Latvian TT, Talsi
We have no results.

29 January 1937 – New Zealand TT, Waiheke Island, Auckland
A.Mattson (Velocette) won. We have no further information about this event.

April(?) 1937 – New Zealand GP, Cust, Christchurch
A.Currie (Norton) won. We have no further information about this event. Can anybody date this event?

2 May 1937 – Circuit de Floreffe
Georges Carlier (Saroléa) won the 350cc race, Omer Schouppe (Husqvarna) won the 250cc race, “Luc” (MM) won the 175cc race and Fernand Puttemans (Saroléa) won the Sidecar race. There were no finishers in the 500cc race. We have some second place finishers but no further information about this event.

16 May 1937- Ruissalo TT, Turku
Raine Lampinen (Norton) won the 500cc race and Sani Somerporpi (Norton) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

23 May, 30 May and 3 October 1937- Austrian TT, Hungarian TT, Austrian Grand Prix
Did any of these events actually take place?

May 1937- Circuit de Bourges
Maurice Leroy (Terrot) finished second in the 250cc race. We have no further information about this event.

6 August 1937 – Circuit de Monaco
We have no results.

22 August 1937 – Circuito di Grossetto
The race winners were: 500cc – Bernardini (Motosacoche), 350cc – Amilcare Rossetti (Norton), 250cc – Nino Martelli (Benelli). We have no further information about this event.

29 August 1937- Hohensyburg Dreiecksrennen
We have no results.

1937, date unknown – Estonian TT, Pirita
Kurt Mansfeld (DKW) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

20 May 1938 – Ruissalo TT, Turku
Raine Lampinen (Norton) won the 500cc race from Otto Brandt (Rudge). Walter Bergström won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

June 1938 – Circuito di Bologna
Giordano Aldrighetti (Gilera) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

June 1938 – Turin GP (GP di Torino)
Giordano Aldrighetti (Gilera) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

September 1938 – Circuit de Alstätton-Gais
The race winners were: 750cc – Hans Kaufmann (NSU), 500cc – Fergus Anderson (NSU), 350cc – Hans Kaufmann (NSU), 250cc – Saurer (DKW), 600cc Sidecar – Jacob Keller (Keller-JAP). We have no further information about this event.

September 1938 – Polish Grand Prix, Warsaw
Johannes Bungerz (DKW) won the 500cc race and Siegfried Wünsche (DKW) won the 350cc race. Bernhard Petruschke (DKW) won the 250cc race and Baron (DKW) finished 2nd. We have no further information about this event.

1938 date unknown – Bucharest GP
Wiggerl Kraus (BMW) won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1938 date unknown – Circuit de Haute Normandie
Maurice Leroy (Terrot) won the 500cc class. Can anybody date the event, name the circuit or confirm that this was a race as opposed to a reliability trial.

1938 date unknown – Latvian TT, Riga
We have no results.

1938 date unknown – Enniskillen 100
We have no results. Can anybody confirm that the race took place?

May 1939 – Targa Florio, Palermo
Filippo Arena (Gilera) won the 500cc class, and was the overall winner. We have no further information about this event.

18 May 1939 – Ruissalo TT, Turku
Raine Lampinen (Norton) won the 500cc race and Gösta Lönnfors (DKW) won the 350cc race. We have no further information about this event.

21 May 1939 – Circuito di Redipuglia, Monfalcone
We have no results.

28 May 1939- Circuito di Belfiore, Mantua (Mantova)
We have the first two finishers in the 500cc and 250cc races only.

6 August 1939 – Comminges GP
We have no results.

13 August 1939 – Circuito di Valdagno
We have the first two finishers in the 500cc and 250cc races only. Leo Lorenzi (Moto-Guzzi) won both races.

15 October 1939 – Kurpfalz-Rennen, Hockenheim
We have no results.

1939 date unknown – Bucharest GP
Wiggerl Kraus won the 500cc race. We have no further information about this event.

1939 date unknown – Estonian TT, Pirita
1939 date unknown – Latvian TT, Riga

We have no results.

8 comments

  1. Championnat de Belgique 1931- Francorchamps.
    départ 12h.
    500 cc 22 tours.
    Experts.
    1 Demeuter -Sarolea. 2h53’49” -113,150kmh/h
    Senors.
    1 Noir-Sarolea . 2h56’54” -111,181 km/h
    fast lap Demeuter 118,675 km/h
    retired:
    Gregoire- Sarolea
    Breslau- Norton
    Poncin- Sarolea
    Dethy- Sunbeam

    350cc 20 tours
    Expert
    1 Milhoux Rene -FN 2h43’34” -109,130 km/h
    2 Mawet -Bovy
    Fast lap Milhoux 114,860 km/h

    Seniors
    1 Charlier – AJS 2h47’55” – 106,480 km/h
    2 Gilson – AJS

    250cc 17 tours
    1 Jockey – Excelsior JAP – 2h43’34” 92,915 km/h
    2 Walter – Lady
    3 Henin – OK Supreme

    175 cc 15 tours
    only 2 riders
    1 Dans -Bovy – 3h43’44” – 59,930km/h
    retired: Goor – DKW


  2. The Kurpfalz-Rennen Hockenheim 1939 did not take place. It was planned as the final round of the german championship but was cancelled due to WW2.


  3. You do reqest information about the major Finnish race “Djurgårdsloppet”.
    Here you will find the avaiable results for the years 1932 -39. The race was continued after WW II. I might be able to submit results for thoose years at a later date, if you do not already have them ! Best regards, Bo Eklund.

    ”Djurgårdsloppet – Eläintarhanajo”
    Helsinki, Finland.

    Finland´s major road race. First run 1932.

    The following results has been ”collected” by Bo Eklund, Sweden.
    This is not the complete results, but they should be accurate
    The race was continued after the secomd W W II.

    Results from the motorcycle races.

    Track length 2000 meters.

    Results:
    1932: May 8th. More than 25.000 spectators attended.
    Both classes 50 laps.

    350cc:
    1) Ragnar Sunnqvist, Sweden, Husqvarna, 69,07,7
    2) Raine Lampinen, Finland, Rudge, 69,10,3
    3) August Aaltonen, Finland, Rudge, 73,44,9

    500cc:
    1) Gunnar Kalén, Sweden, Husqvarna, 68,37,0
    2) Arne Anttila, Finland, AJS, 69,31,0
    3) Erik Westerberg, Sweden, Norton, 70,01,9

    1933. May 7th. 39.800 spectators.
    Both classes started together and run for 50 laps.
    .

    The following riders started in class B:
    11) E. Aaltonen, Finland, Rudge.
    12) August Aaltonen, Finland, Rudge.
    14) Olavi Katajamäki, Finland, Rudge.
    15) Arthur Olsson, Sweden, Husqvarna. ( Olsson raced the prototype Ex-cam engine for the first time).
    16) S. Sandström, Finland, Rudge.
    17) Sten Edlund, Sweden, Husqvarna.
    18) Ove Lambert-Meuller, Sweden, Husqvarna.
    19) O. Simonsen, Norway, Sarolea.
    20) C. Mattson, Raleigh.

    Race results:
    350cc:
    1) Sten Edlund, Sweden, Husqvarna, 63,44,0
    2) Ove Lambert-Meuller, Sweden, Husqvarna, 65,00,0
    3) Arthur Olsson, Sweden, Husqvarna, 68,28,2
    4) E. Aaltonen, Finland, Rudge, 69,10,6
    The following riders retired:
    Aaltonen.
    Katajamäki.
    Sandström.
    Mattson.
    Simonsen.

    The following riders started in class C:
    1) Walter Bergström, Finland, Rudge.
    2) Aarne Anttila, Finland, Husqvarna.
    3) B. Blomqvist, Rudge.
    4) Ragnar Sunnqvist, Sweden, Husqvarna.
    5) K. G. Granberg, Finland, Sarolea.
    6) Otto Brandt, Finland, Rudge.
    7) Vilho Hollming, Finland, NSU.
    8) Sven Andersson, Sweden, AJS.
    9) Raine Lampinen, Finland, Rudge.
    10) Gunnar Kalén, Sweden, Husqvarna.

    Race results:
    500cc:
    1) Ragnar Sunnqvist, Sweden, Husqvarna, 60,35,1
    2) Gunnar Kalén, Sweden, Husqvarna, 60,40,0
    3) Raine Lampinen, Finland, Rudge, 61,14,0
    4) Sven Andersson, Sweden, AJS. 65,03,9
    5) Otto Brandt, Finland, Rudge. 65,32,1
    6) Walter Bergström, Finland, Rudge. 70,06,5
    F. l: Sunnqvist: 1,08,0.

    The following riders retired:
    Anttila, burned clutch, lap 1.
    Blomqvist, down.
    Granberg, collided with Lampinen on lap 49.
    Hollming, broken camshaft, lap 1.

    1934. May 13th.
    34.814 spectators paid entrance fee.
    Both classes 50 laps.

    500cc:
    1) Raine Lampinen Finland Rudge, 60,24,7
    2) Martin Strömberg, Sweden, Norton, 61,05,0
    3) Karl Gustav Granberg, Finland, Saroléa, 61,22,9

    350cc:
    1) Arthur Olsson, Sweden, Husqvarna, 61,53,5
    2) Rudolf Jönsson, Sweden, Husqvarna, 62,42,9
    3) S. Sandström, Finland, Norton, 64,30,0

    7) Sten Edlund, Sweden, Husqvarna,

    1935. May 12th.
    More than 26.000 spectators paid entrance fee.
    Both classes 50 laps. 30.000 spectators.
    25 riders started the race.
    Out of 25 starting riders only 11 completed the race.

    500cc:
    1) Otto Brandt J:r, Finland, Rudge, 60,15,0
    2) Sten Edlund, Sweden Husqvarna (350cc!) 61,08,7
    3) Timo Lathi, Finland, Norton, 62,43,5
    4) B. Mellin, Finland Ariel, 63,47,0
    5) Curt Ginman, Finland, Rudge, 63,58,0
    6) Valter Bergström, Finland, Matchless, 64,18,0
    7) U. Keinänen, Finland, BSA, 65,07,5
    8) A. Lönnfors, Finland, NSU, 66,30,9
    The following riders retired:
    Ragnar Sunnqvist, Sweden, Husqvarna, rear cyl. did not fire. Retired at start.
    Raine Lampinen, Finland, Husqvarna, front cyl. did not fire. Retired at lap 5.
    Martin Strömberg, Sweden, Husqvarna, down on lap 20, when leading.
    Viljo Hollming, Finland, BSA-Eiber, lay in 4th place early in the race, but had to retire.

    350cc:
    1) K. Stenij, Finland, Rudge, 64,05,6
    2) Carl Bågenholm, Sweden, Husqvarna, (250cc !) 64,46,2
    3) O. Kyrö, Finland, Rudge, 64,54,8

    Bågenholm led for most of the race, but had to stop to change spark plugs, wich took about 3 minutes to do!

    1936, Sunday May 10th.
    More than 29.000 spectators paid entrance fee.
    Both classes 50 laps.
    27 riders started, 11 finished the race.

    Race results:
    350cc:
    1) S. Somerkorpi, Finland, Norton, 65,09,0
    2) Leo Romppanen, Finland, Norton, 65,36,0
    3) Karl Stenij, Finland, Rudge, 66,09,7
    4) Aarne Keränen, Finland, Rudge, 66,24.0
    5) Ewald Taute, Finland, Br. Excelsior, 68,25,9

    Retired:
    Ove Lambert-Meuller, Sweden, Husqvarna, engine problems. Lap 1.
    Sten Edlund, Sweden, Husqvarna, down, after having been in the lead for most of the race.

    500cc:
    1) Ragnar Sunnqvist, Sweden, Husqvarna, 58,10,8 (new race record).
    2) Raine Lampinen, Finland, Norton, 59,10,4
    3) Otto Brandt, Finland, Rudge, 60,36,0
    4) Oskar Weldeman, Estonia, NSU, 63,52,1
    5) Uuno Keinänen, Finland, Norton, 64,11,2

    Retired:
    Martin Strömberg, Sweden, Husqvarna, down on lap 44 after having had a ”ding-dong” battle with Sunnqvist.
    Walter Bergström, Finland, NSU, broken inlet valve, lap 17.

    1937. May 9th. 35.553 spectators paid entrance fee.

    The start positions were decided by draw of lots.
    Three riders abreast on each starting line.

    The results of the draw of the accepted entry was as follow:
    Class B, 350cc.
    1) Viljo Hollming, Finland, Ariel.
    2) Gösta Lönnfors, Finland, Royal Enfield.
    3) K. Korvanen, Finland, Velocette.
    4) Ewald Kluge, Germany. DKW.
    5) J. Tomson, Estonia, Husqvarna.
    6) Aarne Keränen, Finland. Rudge.
    7) S. Somerkorpi, Finland. Norton.
    8) Sten Edlund, Sweden. Husqvarna.
    9) M. Hennock, Estonia. Br. Excelsior.
    10) V. Suni, Finland, Rudge.
    11) Leo Romppanen, Finland, Norton.
    12) V. Rimminen, Finland, DKW.

    Class C, 500cc.
    14) 0. Lönnfors, Finland, Rudge.
    15) Oscar Veldeman, Estonia, Rudge.
    16) Otto Brandt, Finland, Rudge.
    17) Uno Duzäll, Sweden, Sarolea.
    18) U. Keinänen, Finland, BSA.
    19) E. Tomson, Estonia, Norton.
    20) Curt Ginman, Finland, JAP,
    21) P. Sirkiä, Finland, Norton.
    22) B. Mellin, Finland, Ariel.
    23) Martin Strömberg,Sweden, FN.
    24) Wilhelm Hertz, Germany, DKW.
    25) Raine Lampinen, Finland, Norton.
    26) Valter Bergström, Finland, NSU.
    27) U. Nieminen, Finland, Triumph.
    28) Ragnar Sunnqvist, Sweden, DKW.
    29) A. Järvelainen, Finland, Rudge.

    Race results:
    Class B, 350cc. 25 laps.
    1) Ewald Kluge, Germany, DKW, 29,33,3 101,5 kph§
    2) Sten Edlund, Sweden, Husqvarna. 29,35,5
    3) S. Somerkorpi, Finland, Norton. 30,45,1
    4) Leo Romppanen, Finland, Norton. 31,03,4
    5) J. Tomson, Estonia, Husqvarna. 31,43,0

    The following riders retired:
    Hollming.
    Rimminen.

    Class 500cc. 25 laps.
    16 riders started.
    1) Ragnar Sunnqvist, Sweden, DKW. 28,19,2 105,9 kph
    2) Raine Lampinen, Finland, Norton. 28,19,9
    3) Wilhelm Hertz, Germany, DKW. 28,35,4
    4) Otto Brandt, Finland, Rudge. 30,03,0
    5) Gösta Lönnfors, Finland, Rudge. 30,44,9

    Sunnqvist time was a new race record!

    The following riders had to retire:
    O. Lönnfors.
    O. Veldeman, siezed engine.
    E. Tomson, down on lap 5.
    W. Bergström, lap 7.
    M. Strömberg.
    U. Keinänen, machine problems.
    U. Duzäll, down.

    1938.
    Race cancelled.
    Reason was that on the same day as the race should be held, the new Helsinki international air port was to be inaugurated And it was expected that most people would visit the new airport and very few spectators should come to see the races!

    1939, May 7th.
    26.127 spectators paid entrance fee.
    In this year also the 250cc class was added.
    All classes ran 25 laps.

    250cc:
    1) Siegfried Wünsche Germany, DKW, 30,29,0
    2) T. Salminen, Finland, Ariel, 33,37,2
    3) O. Lutter, Estonia, Rudge, 35,30,8

    350cc:
    1) Franz J. Binder, Austria/HollandVelocette, 29,06,8
    2) Walter Bergström, Finland, DKW, 31,23,5
    3) Gösta Lönnfors, Finland, DKW, 31,31,6
    ( Binder was an austrian riding with dutch licence).

    500cc:
    1) Raine Lampinen, Finland, Norton, 27,58,3
    2) Otto Brandt, Finland, Rudge, 29,11,2
    3) H. Lindström, Finland, Norton, 30,07,5
    4) H. Weldeman, Estonia, NSU, 30,29,3


  4. Re. your question about Swedish TT 1936.
    Yes, it was cancelled!.
    Swedish TT was run 1926, -27, -29, -30, -31, -32 at Onsala just outside the town of Gotenburg.
    The race was then moved to Hedemora, were it was run -33, -34, and for 1935 it was moved again to Avesta.


  5. Hi,

    2nd in the 500cc class in the 1934 South African TT was Dougie van der Riet on a BSA,

    Regards,

    Paddy


  6. Hi,

    Many details below, but I suspect you have almost all already,

    Paddy

    IV Grand Prix de Floreffe
    29 May 1930

    175cc
    1 Yvan Goor DKW

    250cc
    1 Bothy La Mondiale

    350cc
    1 Albert Breslau AJS

    500cc
    1 Jules Fondu La Mondiale

    350cc Sidecar
    1 Voske La Mondiale

    600cc Sidecar
    1 Pintos F.N.

    Rundstreckenrennen Königsbrück
    1 June 1930

    250cc
    1 Arthur Geiß DKW
    I suspect there were 2 races – 1 June & 21 Sept.

    5 April 1931 – Madrid GP
    Maleos (Velocette) won the 350cc race.
    I think this is Zacharias Matteos

    Hohensyburger Rundstreckenrenne
    13 September 1931 – Herdecke

    250cc
    1 Arthur Geiß DKW

    X Bol d’Or
    23 – 24 May 1931 – Saint-Germain-en-l’Haye: 24 Hours Endurance (Circuit 4.18 km)
    * denotes class winner

    1 M Patural* Velocette 350cc 448 laps, 1872,640 km, 78.03 km/h
    2 Marcel Perrin Jonghi 350cc 431 laps, 1801.580 km
    3 Louis Jeannin Jonghi 350cc 404 laps, 1688.720 km
    4 Hector Andréino* Clément-Gladiator 250cc 398 laps, 1683.640 km
    5 Gubin Calthorpe 350cc 387 laps, 1617.660 km
    6 André Dubois* Monet-Goyon 125cc 368 laps, 1538.240 km
    7 Abbonville* Motosacoche 500cc 366 laps, 1529.880 km
    8 Henry Raymond Motobécane 250cc 349 laps, 1458.820 km
    9 Blangeot Monet-Goyon 125cc 338 laps, 1412.840 km
    = Fernand Venin G.R. 350cc 338 laps, 1412.840 km
    11 Villers O.S.A. Liberty 125cc 326 laps, 1362.680 km
    12 Raymond Lavaine* Calthorpe 350cc Sidecar 319 laps, 1333.420 km
    13 Maurice Leroy ??? 125cc 308 laps, 1287.440 km
    14 Masson ??? 350cc 307 laps, 1283.260 km
    15 Chéret Sphinx 350cc Sidecar 304 laps, 1270.720 km
    16 Gruyere Motoconfort 350cc 298 laps, 1245.640 km
    17 Vuillaume France-Motos 350cc 275 laps, 1149.500 km
    = Leteure Mansuy 350cc 275 laps, 1149.500 km
    19 Robert Kiené* Norton 600cc Sidecar 247 laps, 1032.460 km
    20 Prunot ??? 250cc 245 laps, 1024.100 km
    21 Charles Barthélémy* Bernardet 1000cc Sidecar 230 laps, 961.400 km
    22 Félix Rapeau* Motopédale100cc 227 laps, 948.860 km

    Did Not Finish
    Gauthier (Monet-Goyon 500cc), 258 laps; “Lemoine” (Georges Monneret) (Jonghi 350cc), 202 laps; Maury (??? 350cc), 170 laps; Lengagne (White Star 350cc), 163 laps; Bouvet (??? 350cc Sidecar), 144 laps; Martin Marc (Marc 500cc), 140 laps; Henry Valentin (Soyer 125cc), 134 laps; Louet (??? 500cc), 94 laps; Roland (San-Sou-Pap250cc), 85 laps; Gaston Proovost (La Mondiale 600cc Sidecar), 43 laps; René Mainguet (Prester 350cc Sidecar), 14 laps, accident; Grigaut (Monet-Goyon 350cc), 13 laps.

    II Circuit du Dauphiné
    2 August 1931 – Circuit du Dauphiné, Grenoble: 5.300 km

    175cc
    1 Félix Bergallo Terrot
    2 Froissard Monet-Goyon
    3 Dalmaso ???

    250cc
    1 “Marguit” (Marcel Guiguet) MGC/JAP
    2 Albert Sourdot Monet-Goyon
    3 Jaget Terrot

    350cc
    1 H. Piscaglia Velocette
    2 Paul Boetsch Terrot
    3 Suau ???

    500cc
    1 François Gaussorgues Monet-Goyon
    2 G. Lieutaud ???
    3 Oliva Rudge

    350cc Sidecar
    1 Marchand Motosacoche
    2 Groppo Magnat-Debon

    600cc Sidecar
    1 Berthe Motosacoche
    2 Jo Placé Saroléa

    Championnats de France
    30 August 1931 – Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry: 5.0 km

    175cc: 100 km (5.0 km x 20 laps)
    1 Paul Meunier Alcyon 1h16m23, 78.551 km/h
    2 Pauvert Pauvert

    250cc
    1 Norbert Coulon Terrot

    350cc
    1 Paul Boetsch Terrot

    500cc
    1 Léon Gillot Terrot

    Grillenburger Dreieckrennen
    21 June 1931 – Dresden

    250cc
    1 Arthur Geiss DKW

    350cc
    1 Ernst Loof Imperia-Python

    500cc
    1 Werner Huth NSU

    1000cc
    1 Ralph Roese BMW
    (Not sure if this is the meeting you’re missing)

    XI Bol d’Or
    14 – 15 May 1932 – Saint-Germain-en-l’Haye: 24 Hours Endurance (Circuit 4.18 km)
    * denotes class winner

    1 Louis Jeannin* Jonghi 350cc 451 laps, 1885.180 km, 78.55 km/h
    2 M Patural Velocette 350cc 425 laps, 1767.500 km
    3 Guillaume Lovinfosse* Motobécane 500cc 404 laps, 1688.720 km
    4 Tastet ??? 500cc 390 laps, 1630.200 km
    5 Bruno Mariani* New-Map 250cc 387 laps, 1617.660 km
    6 Hector Andréino Clément-Gladiator 250cc 384 laps, 1605.120 km
    7 Dupuis ??? 500cc 383 laps, 1600.900 km
    8 Péron/Soulisse* René-Gillet 1000cc Sidecar 367 laps, 1534.600 km
    9 Fernand Françoise* Norton 600cc Sidecar 365 laps, 1525.700 km
    10 R Guerrier Soyer 600cc Sidecar 355 laps, 1483.900 km
    11 Marié ??? 500cc 353 laps, 1475.540 km
    12 Raymond Lavaine Moto-Guzzi 600cc Sidecar 350 laps, 1463.000 km
    = Henri Raymond Motobécane 600cc Sidecar 330 laps, 1379.400 km
    14 Frisa/Craet René-Gillet 1000cc Sidecar 330 laps, 1379.400 km
    15 André Flahaut BSA 600cc Sidecar 326 laps, 1362.680 km
    16 Roger Loyer Velocette 350cc 321 laps, 1341.780 km
    17 Maurice Leroy* Monet-Goyon, 175cc 313 laps, 1308.340 km
    = “Richardson” (Richard de Garate) Saroléa 500cc 313 laps, 1308.340 km
    19 Garouste/Pouxe René-Gillet 1000cc Sidecar 293 laps, 1224.240 km
    20 René Mainguet* Prester 350cc Sidecar 273 laps, 1141.140 km
    21 Lauer ??? 250cc 265 laps, 1107.700 km
    22 Edouard Hordelalay ??? 250cc 260 laps, 1086.800 km
    23 Robert Adnet ??? 175cc 247 laps, 1032.460 km
    24 “Toscani” (Henri Bouvet) ??? 350cc Sidecar 185 laps, 773.300 km
    25 Félix Rapeau* Prester 100cc 162 laps, 677.160 km

    Did Not Finish
    Barthélémy Arbonville (??? 1000cc Sidecar); Berthe; Bouvet; Braconnier; Chéret; Di Bernardo; Gouru (??? 500cc); Huet; Luc Lempereur; André Mouy; Marcel Perrin (??? 350cc); Poupard; Pugeault; Roland; Lafon.

    5 June 1932 – Grand Trophy de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet. Louis Bouhy’s Sidecar passenger was Mme Mariette Bouhy. Same in 1933.

    II Grand Prix de Carcassonne
    10 July 1932 – Circuit de la Voie Romaine: 9.265 km

    175cc
    1 André Barthe Monet-Goyon
    2 Robert Braccini Monet-Goyon
    3 D’Ormay Terrot

    250cc
    1 Edmond Padovani Moto-Guzzi
    2 Paul Debaisieux Monet-Goyon
    3 Moixó Rudge

    350cc
    1 Paul Boetsch Terrot
    2 Paul Debaisieux Monet-Goyon
    3 Ernesto Vidal Norton

    500cc
    1 Fernando Aranda Rudge
    2 “Oilter” (Paul Torelli) Motosacoche
    3 Paul Boetsch Terrot

    II Grand Prix de Lorraine
    26 June 1932 – Circuit de Nancy-Seichamps: 5.516 km

    175cc
    1 Félix Bergallo Terrot
    2 Cuny Monet-Goyon
    3 E. Bragard Monet-Goyon

    250cc
    1 Paul Debaisieux Monet-Goyon
    2 Lorsmann Rudge
    3 Josef Klein Bucker/JAP

    350cc
    1 Georges Monneret Koehler-Escoffier
    2 M. Patural Velocette
    3 Brehl Norton

    500cc
    1 Jean Roland Rudge
    2 Wolf Rudge
    3 Weitzler Rudge

    III Grand Prix de Carcassonne
    24 July 1933 – Circuit de la Voie Romaine: 9.265 km

    175cc
    1.André Dubois MM
    2 Félix Bergallo Monet-Goyon
    3 Albert Sourdot Monet-Goyon

    250cc
    1 Bellagamba Monet-Goyon
    2 H. Piscaglia Moto-Guzzi
    3 Fayole ???

    350cc
    1 Joaquín Vidal Norton
    2 André Naudon Velocette
    3 Paul Boetsch Terrot

    500cc
    1 Fernando Aranda Rudge
    2 Jean Terigi Sunbeam
    3 Marcel Perrin Monet-Goyon

    Did Not Finish
    Jules Roland (Monet-Goyon), fatal accident

    Grand Prix du Comminges
    20 August 1933 – Saint-Gaudens: 11.008 km

    175cc
    1.André Barthe MM
    2 Félix Bergallo Terrot
    3 André Dubois Dollar

    250cc
    1 Marcel Clermont Rudge
    2 Félix Rapeau Prester

    350cc
    1 Roger Loyer Velocette
    2 André Naudon Velocette
    3 José Iglesias Rudge

    500cc
    1 Attilio Cavalleri Aquila
    2 Fernando Aranda Rudge
    3 Marcel Perrin Koehler-Escoffier

    Circuito di Parma
    3 June 1934
    175cc
    1 Amilcare Rossetti Benelli

    250cc
    1 Nello Pagani Miller Balsamo
    2 Michele Mangione Linx

    350cc
    1 Aldo Pigorini Rudge

    500cc
    1 Giordano Aldrighetti Rudge
    2 Colabattisti Rudge

    VII Meeting du Camp du Drap d’Or
    12 August 1934 – Circuit du Camp du Drap d’Or Calais

    100cc
    1 Gilbert Wech Prester

    175cc
    1 Eric Fernihough Excelsior
    2 Omer Schouppe MM
    3 J. Fontaine ???

    350cc
    1 Jean Passet Velocette
    2 Robert Devaux ???
    3 Ducrocq ???

    12 May 1935 – Grand Trophy de l’Entre Sambre et Meuse, Mettet
    Cyprien Moenens’s passenger was Charlie Clarke. Also at Floreffe.

    V Grand Prix de Carcassonne
    7 July 1935 – Circuit de la Voie Romaine: 9.265 km

    175cc
    1 André Dubois ???
    2 Jacques Boulanger Terrot
    3 André Barthe Aquila

    250cc
    1 José Maria Florés Rudge
    2 Paul Boetsch Terrot
    3 ? Braccini Terrot

    350cc
    1 Marcel Balsa Norton
    2 Roger Loyer Velocette
    3 F. Burnier Norton

    500cc
    1 Georges Soubré Saroléa
    2 Roger Loyer Saroléa
    3 Champetier Koehler-Escoffier

    Hohensyburg-Dreiecksrennen
    25 August 1935 – Garenfeld

    Over 500cc: 53.65 km
    1 Paul Weyres Harley Davidson 29m40.2, 108.5 km/h

    Over 600cc Sidecar: 53.65 km
    1 Paul Weyres Harley Davidson 32m20, 100.0 km/h

    14 June 1936 – Lyonnais TT, Lyons was cancelled

    Circuito di Bologna
    5 June 1938

    250cc
    1 Amilcare Rossetti Benelli

    350cc
    1 Michele Mangione MM

    500cc
    1 Giordano Aldrighetti Gilera

    Gran Premio di Torino
    26 June 1938 – Valentino Park

    250cc
    1 Nello Pagani Moto-Guzzi

    350cc
    1 Luigi Bonazzi MM

    500cc
    1 Giordano Aldrighetti Gilera


  7. Grand Prix de l’entre Sambre et Meuse .Mettet.
    7 june 1933-
    8,5 km circuit .
    Rain al day.

    Experts 500 ( 3 partants)-127,5 km
    1 Demeuter ( FN) 1h10’23” -108,690 km/h
    retired: Noir

    Expert 350 -127,5 km
    1 Milhoux (FN) 1h13’46” -103,705 km/h ( WO)

    Seniors 500 ( 5 partants) -127,5 km
    1 Poncin (Sarolea) 1h10’42” -108,180 km/h
    2 Hublet ( Sarolea) 1h14’16”
    3 Riquet ( Norton) 1h22’52”
    retired: Tacheny (FN)

    Seniors 350 ( 7 partants) 127,5 km
    1 Gilson ( Norton) 1h17’34” -98,625 km/h
    2 Grizly ( AJS) 1h17’53
    3 Colette ( FN) 1h19’09”

    Seniors side cars ( 5 partants) 68km
    1 “Mariette”- MMe Bouhy (Sarolea) 41’52” – 97,258 km/h
    2 “Biribi” ( Sarolea) 49’40

    seniors 250 ( 3 partants) 68 km
    1 ” Marguerite” ( Lady ) 44’07 -92,480 km/h
    2 Joske ( La Mondiale) 49’40

    Seniors 175 (3 partants) 68 km
    1 Alberda ( La Mondiale) 52’41” -77,443 km/h
    2 Hardy ( Barbé) 53’58”


  8. Here are some more from Italy:

    Circuito delle Prealpi Varesene
    19 July 1931 – Varese

    175cc: 146.4 km (20.9 km × 7 laps)
    1 Nello Pagani Ancora-Villiers 2h07m00.4, 63.26 km/h
    2 Natale Boneschi MAS 2h30m17
    3 Cipriano Mandelli Casali 2h34m10

    Fastest Lap: Guisto Zaro (Miller), 19.14.2, 65.22 km/h

    250cc: 167.2 km (20.9 km × 8 laps)
    1 Giordano Aldrighetti Ariel 2h30m37, 66.60 km/h
    2 Bulgheroni Ganna-JAP 2h36m20
    3 Carlo Gobetti Guzzi 2h36m39
    4 Guido Premoli Ariel
    5 Baro Ariel
    6 Zanone Guzzi
    7 Plinio Galbusera Ariel
    8 Repozzi Ariel

    Fastest Lap: Aldrighetti, 18.16.0, 68.68 km/h

    350cc: 209.0 km (20.9 km × 10 laps)
    1 Aldo Pigorini Velocette 2h55m37.4, 71.4 km/h

    Fastest Lap: Pigorini, 17.07.4, 73.77 km/h

    500cc: 209.0 km (20.9 km × 10 laps)
    1 Giovanni Broggi Frera 3h02m45.4, 68.27 km/h
    2 Virginio Fieschi Miller 3h13m00/2
    3 Piero Mozzanica Frera 3h15m14
    4 Lario Sunbeam 3h19m32

    Fastest Lap: Mario Colombo (Sunbeam), 17.50.2, 70.34 km/h

    Circuito di Parma
    3 June 1934

    175cc: 90 km (3 km × 30 laps)
    1 Amilcare Rossetti Benelli 55m21, 97.56 km/h
    2 Francesco Lama MM 55m22
    3 Raffaele Alberti Benelli 58m23
    4 Emilio Soprani CF 1h04m40

    Fastest Lap: Lama, 1:43.6, 104.25 km/h

    250cc: 90 km (3 km × 30 laps)
    1 Nello Pagani Miller Balsamo 55m33.2, 97.2 km/h
    2 Michele Mangione Linx 58m08
    3 Celeste Cavaciuti CF 59m00
    4 Dorino Serafini MM 59m43.6
    5 Piero Beatrice Linx 1h02m55
    6 Michele Rocci Linx 1h02m55.2

    Fastest Lap: Serafini, 1:43.4, 104.45 km/h

    350cc: 120 km (3 km × 40 laps)
    1 Aldo Pigorini Rudge 1h08m05.2, 105.74 km/h
    2 Silvio Girotto Norton 1h11m57.6
    3 Federico Susini Norton 1h12m10.2
    4 Giuseppe Carrù Linx 1h12m17.6
    5 Ernesto Vidal Aquila
    6 Alfredo Panella Jonghi 1h13m39
    7 Mario Gambi Norton 1h14m38.8

    Fastest Lap: Susini, 1:33.2, 115.74 km/h

    500cc: 120 km (3 km × 40 laps)
    1 Giordano Aldrighetti Rudge 1h02m03.8, 116.01 km/h
    2 Mario Colabattisti Rudge 1h02m38
    3 Ernesto Vidal Norton 1h03m06.8
    4 Gino Spaggiari Norton 1h04m50.6
    5 Alfeo Maramotti Norton 1h05m52.8
    6 Ugo Secchi Norton 1h06m53.8

    Fastest Lap: Aldrighetti, 1:30.0, 120.0 km/h

    III Circuito di Bologna
    5 June 1938

    250cc: 266 km: (3.8 km × 70 laps)
    1 Amilcare Rossetti Benelli 2h31m15, 105.52 km/h
    2 Alberto Raffaele Guzzi 2h22m00.4
    3 Nello Pagani Guzzi 65 laps
    4 Nino Martelli Benelli 59 laps

    Fastest Lap: Rossetti, 2:00.4, 113.62 km/h

    350cc: 250.8 km: (3.8 km × 66 laps)
    1 Michele Mangione MM 2h22m22.4, 105.69 km/h
    2 Biagio Nocchi Norton 64 laps
    3 Ugo Chiesa Norton 53 laps

    Fastest Lap: Mangione, 2:00.6, 113.43 km/h

    500cc: 250.8 km: (3.8 km × 66 laps)
    1 Giordano Aldrighetti Gilera 2h10m08.6, 115.63 km/h
    2 Francesco Lama Gilera 65 laps
    3 Aldo Rebuglio Bianchi 65 laps
    4 Dorino Serafini Gilera 64 laps

    Fastest Lap: Aldrighetti, 1:51.8, 122.36 km/h

    Gran Premio di Torino
    26 June 1938 – Valentino Park

    250cc: 252 km (4.5 km × 56 laps)
    1 Nello Pagani Guzzi 2h30m28.4, 100.48 km/h
    2 Guglielmo Sandri Guzzi 2h30m30.4
    3 Celeste Cavaciuti Benelli 2h31m57.8
    4 Rafaella Alberti Guzzi 2h32m18.8
    5 Omobono Tenni Guzzi 2h37m49.4

    Fastest Lap: Sandri, 2:34.4, 104.9 km/h

    Did Not Finish
    Bruno Martelli (Benelli); Amilcare Rossetti (Benelli); Emilio Soprani (Benelli)

    350cc: 252 km (4.5 km × 56 laps)
    1 Luigi Bonazzi MM 2h37m35.3, 95.94 km/h
    2 Michele Magione MM 2h42m54.0
    3 Biagio Nocchi Norton

    Fastest Lap: Magione, 2:41.2, 100.5 km/h

    Did Not Finish
    Ugo Chiesa (Norton); Lama

    500cc: 252 km (4.5 km × 56 laps)
    1 Giordano Aldrighetti Gilera 2h23m26.4, 105.66 km/h
    2 Dorino Serafini Gilera 2h23m27.4
    3 Aldo Rebuglio Bianchi 2h29m31.4
    4 Giuseppe Carrù Norton 2h33m13.4

    Fastest Lap: Aldrighetti & Serafini, 2:26.0, 110.96 km/h

    IX Circuito di Redipuglia
    21 May 1939 – Monfalcone

    500cc: 82 5m (2.5 km × 33 laps)
    1 Antonio Visentainer Miller 47m19.4, 104.59 km/h
    2 Oscar Clemencich Gilera 47m25
    3 Emilio Migliorini Gilera 32 laps
    4 Pietro Marta Norton 31 laps
    5 Primo Moretti Guzzi 31 laps
    6 Mario Guarnieri CM 350cc 28 laps

    Fastest Lap: Visentainer, 1:24.0, 107.14 km/h

    Did Not Finish
    Castellani; Zamoieri; Gallo

    250cc Sports: 50 km (2.5 km × 20 laps)
    1 Otto Bonezzi Benelli 33m58.2, 88.30 km/h
    2 Bruno Parini Sertum 34m37.2
    3 Danilo Brancaleone CM
    4 Walter Franchi Sertum

    Fastest Lap: Bonezzi, 1:39.0, 90.90 km/h

    Did Not Finish
    Blasina

    500cc Sports: 50 km (2.5 km × 20 laps)
    1 Paolo Lama Gilera 31m36.2, 94.92 km/h
    2 Giuseppe Ferrari Gilera 31m45.3
    3 Fausto Spanghero Gilera 32m10

    Fastest Lap: Ferrari, 1:32.0, 97.83 km/h

    Did Not Finish
    Zucca

    Paddy



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