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The 1936 Hungarian Grand Prix was a pre-war race, run at Nepliget Park in the heart of Budapest on June 21. The race was won by Tazio Nuvolari in an Alfa Romeo, upsetting the heavily favored German teams. Bernd Rosemeyer and Achille Varzi finished second and third in Auto Unions, Rosemeyer 14.2 seconds back and Varzi two laps down.

BackgroundEdit

PracticeEdit


Qualifying resultsEdit

Pos No. Driver Constructor Lap Gap
1 16 Germany Bernd Rosemeyer Germany Auto Union 2:38.15
2 12 Germany Hans Stuck Germany Auto Union 2:39.83 + 1.68
3 22 Germany Manfred von Brauchitsch Germany Mercedes-Benz 2:39.87 + 1.72
4 24 Italy Tazio Nuvolari Italy Alfa Romeo 2:40.08 + 1.93
5 18 Germany Rudolf Caracciola Germany Mercedes-Benz 2:40.38 + 2.23
6 22 Italy Achille Varzi Germany Auto Union 2:43.12 + 4.97
7 28 Italy Mario Tadini Italy Alfa Romeo 2:47.52 + 9.37
8 20 Monaco Louis Chiron Germany Mercedes-Benz 2:49.65 + 11.50
9 4 United Kingdom Austin Dobson Italy Alfa Romeo 2:53.21 + 15.06
10 6 United Kingdom Charlie Martin Italy Alfa Romeo 3:02.51 + 24.36
11 10 Hungary László Hartmann Italy Maserati 3:10.56 + 32.41

RaceEdit

ResultsEdit

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid
1 24 Italy Tazio Nuvolari Italy Alfa Romeo 50 2:14:03.5 4
2 16 Germany Bernd Rosemeyer Germany Auto Union 50 + 14.2 1
3 22 Italy Achille Varzi Germany Auto Union 48 + 2 Laps 6
4 28 Italy Mario Tadini Italy Alfa Romeo 47 + 3 Laps 7
5 12 Germany Hans Stuck
Germany Ernst von Delius
Germany Auto Union 46 + 4 Laps 2
6 4 United Kingdom Austin Dobson Italy Alfa Romeo 45 + 5 Laps 9
7 10 Hungary László Hartmann Italy Maserati 44 + 6 Laps 10 †
Ret 22 Germany Manfred von Brauchitsch Germany Mercedes-Benz 40 Accident 3
Ret 6 United Kingdom Charlie Martin Italy Alfa Romeo 32/35 Rear axle 11 †
Ret 18 Germany Rudolf Caracciola Germany Mercedes-Benz 26 Engine 5
Ret 20 Monaco Louis Chiron Germany Mercedes-Benz 19 Engine/Supercharger 8
DNS 2 United Kingdom Eileen Ellison Italy Maserati
DNS 8 France Raph Italy Maserati
DNS 30 Romania Petre Cristea United States Ford V9(?) Special
DNS 32 Spain José Maria de Villapadierna Italy Alfa Romeo

† Martin and Hartmann swapped grid positions for tactical reasons.


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