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Background[]


Entry List[]

No. Driver Entreat Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 Argentina José Froilán González Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 625 Ferrari 625 L4 2.5 P
2 France Maurice Trintignant Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 625 Ferrari 625 L4 2.5 P
3 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 625 Ferrari 625 L4 2.5 P
4 Italy Piero Taruffi Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 625 Ferrari 625 L4 2.5 P
5 Italy Luigi Villoresi Italy Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati 250F Maserati 250F1 L6 2.5 P
6 Argentina Onofre Marimón Italy Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati 250F Maserati 250F1 L6 2.5 P
7 Italy Sergio Mantovani Italy Officine Alfieri Maserati Maserati 250F Maserati 250F1 L6 2.5 P
8 Argentina Roberto Mieres Argentina Roberto Mieres Maserati 250F Maserati 250F1 L6 2.5 P
9 France Jean Behra France Equipe Gordini Gordini T16 Gordini 23 L6 2.5 E
10 Belgium Paul Frère France Equipe Gordini Gordini T16 Gordini 23 L6 2.5 E
11 Argentina Clemar Bucci France Equipe Gordini Gordini T16 Gordini 23 L6 2.5 E
12 Belgium André Pilette France Equipe Gordini Gordini T16 Gordini 23 L6 2.5 E
14 Thailand Prince Bira Thailand Prince Bira Maserati 250F Maserati 250F1 L6 2.5 P
15 United States Harry Schell United States Harry Schell Maserati A6GCM Maserati A6 L6 2.0 P
16 United Kingdom Stirling Moss United Kingdom Stirling Moss Maserati 250F Maserati 250F1 L6 2.5 P
17 United Kingdom Ken Wharton United Kingdom Owen Racing Organisation Maserati 250F Maserati 250F1 L6 2.5 D
18 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio West Germany Daimler Benz AG Mercedes W196 Mercedes M196 L8 2.5 C
19 West Germany Karl Kling West Germany Daimler Benz AG Mercedes W196 Mercedes M196 L8 2.5 C
20 West Germany Hans Herrmann West Germany Daimler Benz AG Mercedes W196 Mercedes M196 L8 2.5 C
21 West Germany Hermann Lang West Germany Daimler Benz AG Mercedes W196 Mercedes M196 L8 2.5 C
22 West Germany Theo Helfrich West Germany Hans Klenk Klenk Meteor BMW 328 L6 2.0 P
24 France Robert Manzon France Ecurie Rosier Ferrari 625 Ferrari 625 L4 2.5 P
25 France Louis Rosier France Ecurie Rosier Ferrari 500/625 Ferrari 625 L4 2.5 D

Practice Overview[]

Qualifying[]

Report[]

Qualifying Results[]

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Time Gap
1 18 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio Mercedes 9:50.1
2 3 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn Ferrari 9:53.3 + 3.2
3 16 United Kingdom Stirling Moss Maserati 10:00.7 + 10.6
4 20 West Germany Hans Herrmann Mercedes 10:01.8 + 11.7
5 1 Argentina José Froilán González Gordini 10:01.9 + 11.8
6 10 Belgium Paul Frère Gordini 10:05.9 + 15.8
7 2 France Maurice Trintignant Ferrari 10:07.5 + 17.4
8* 6 Argentina Onofre Marimón Maserati 10:11.3 + 21.2
9 9 France Jean Behra Gordini 10:11.9 + 21.8
10 5 Italy Luigi Villoresi Maserati N/A
11 21 West Germany Hermann Lang Mercedes 10:13.1 + 23.0
12 24 France Robert Manzon Ferrari 10:16.1 + 26.0
13 4 Italy Piero Taruffi Ferrari 10:23.0 + 32.9
14 15 United States Harry Schell Maserati 10:28.7 + 38.6
15 7 Italy Sergio Mantovani Maserati 10:39.1 + 49.0
16 11 Argentina Clemar Bucci Gordini 10:43.7 + 53.6
17 8 Argentina Roberto Mieres Maserati 10:47.0 + 56.9
18 25 France Louis Rosier Ferrari 11:04.3 + 1:14.2
19 14 Thailand Prince Bira Maserati 11:10.3 + 1:20.2
20 12 Belgium André Pilette Gordini 11:13.4 + 1:23.3
21 22 West Germany Theo Helfrich Klenk-BMW 11:18.3 + 1:28.2
22 17 United Kingdom Ken Wharton Maserati N/A
DNQ 19 West Germany Karl Kling Mercedes No time
  • *Marimón suffered a fatal accident in practice.
  • Villoresi and Wharton withdrew from the race after Marimón's death.
  • Kling was listed as reserve.

Grid[]

Pos Pos Pos
Driver Driver Driver
______________
______________ 1
______________ 2 Juan Manuel Fangio
3 Mike Hawthorn
Stirling Moss
______________
______________ 4
5 Hans Herrmann
José Froilán González
______________
______________ 6
______________ 7 Paul Frère
8 Maurice Trintignant
Jean Behra
______________
______________ 9
10 Hermann Lang
Robert Manzon
______________
______________ 11
______________ 12 Piero Taruffi
13 Harry Schell
Sergio Mantovani
______________
______________ 14
15 Clemar Bucci
Roberto Mieres
______________
______________ 16
______________ 17 Louis Rosier
18 Prince Bira
André Pilette
______________
______________ 19
20 Theo Helfrich
Karl Kling*




  • *Kling was listed as reserve and was allowed to join the back of the grid.

Race[]

Report[]

Results[]

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 18 Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio West Germany Mercedes 22 3:45:45.8 1 8
2* 1 Argentina José Froilán González Italy Ferrari 16 + 1:36.5 5 3
United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn 6 3
3 2 France Maurice Trintignant Italy Ferrari 22 + 5:08.6 7 4
4 19 West Germany Karl Kling West Germany Mercedes 22 + 6:06.5 20 4
5 7 Italy Sergio Mantovani Italy Maserati 21 + 1 Lap 13 2
6 4 Italy Piero Taruffi Italy Ferrari 21 + 1 Lap 11
7 15 United States Harry Schell Italy Maserati 21 + 1 Lap 12
8 25 France Louis Rosier Italy Ferrari 21 + 1 Lap 16
9 24 France Robert Manzon Italy Ferrari 20 + 2 Laps 10
10 9 France Jean Behra France Gordini 20 + 2 Laps 8
Ret 14 Thailand Prince Bira Italy Maserati 18 Steering 17
Ret 21 West Germany Hermann Lang West Germany Mercedes 10 Spin 9
Ret 11 Argentina Clemar Bucci France Gordini 8 Tire 14
Ret 22 West Germany Theo Helfrich West Germany Klenk-BMW 8 Engine 19
Ret 20 West Germany Hans Herrmann West Germany Mercedes 7 Fuel pump 4
Ret 10 Belgium Paul Frère France Gordini 4 Tire 6
Ret 3 United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn Italy Ferrari 3 Transmission 2
Ret 8 Argentina Roberto Mieres Italy Maserati 2 Tank 15
Ret 16 United Kingdom Stirling Moss Italy Maserati 1 Engine 3
Ret 12 Belgium André Pilette France Gordini 0 Gearbox 18
DNS 6 Argentina Onofre Marimón Italy Maserati
WD 5 Italy Luigi Villoresi Italy Maserati
WD 17 United Kingdom Ken Wharton Italy Maserati
  • *González and Hawthorne shared his car, to cover a combined distance of 22 laps for car #1. They scored 3 points each for coming in 2nd place.
  • Villoresi and Wharton withdrew from the race after Marimón's death.

Milestones[]

  • This was the longest race, at three hours and 45 minutes, before the record was broken by the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix. Nevertheless, the race still holds the record for the longest race without a red flag.

Standings[]

References[]


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Constructors Connaught • Cooper • Ferrari • Gordini • HWM • Klenk • Lancia • Maserati • Mercedes-Benz • Vanwall
Engines Alta • BMW • Bristol • Ferrari • Gordini • Lancia • Lea-Francis • Maserati • Mercedes • Vanwall
Drivers Ascari • Bayol • Beauman • Behra • Berger • Bertocchi • Bira • Brandon • Brown • Bucci • Collins • Daponte • Fangio • Farina • Flockhart • Frère • Gerard • Godia-Sales • J. F. González • Gould • de Graffenried • Hawthorn • Helfrich • Herrmann • Kling • Lang • Loyer • Macklin • Maglioli • Mantovani • Marr • Manzon • Marimón • Menditeguy • Mieres • S. Moss • Musso • Nuckey • Parnell • Pilette • Pollet • Riseley-Prichard • de Riu • Rosier • Salvadori • Schell • Swaters • Taruffi • Thorne • Trintignant • Villoresi • Volonterio • Wacker • Wharton • Whitehead • Whitehouse
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