Formula 1 1955 Monaco Grand Prix

data

1955-05-22
2
Circuit de Monaco
Maurice Trintignant
Juan Fangio

The 1955 Monaco Grand Prix was won by Maurice Trintignant of Ferrari.
Despite being on pole position in Monaco, Juan Fangio could not convert this into a win.
Fangio was forced to retire in lap 49 due to: Transmission.

The race in Monaco was round 2 of 7 of the 1955 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 100 2:58:09.8 8
2 100 +20.2 6
4 99 +1 Lap 3
3 99 +1 Lap 2
5 99 +1 Lap 2
6 95 +5 Laps 0
7 91 +9 Laps 0
86 Spun off 0
8 86 +14 Laps 0
8 86 +14 Laps 0
9 81 +19 Laps 0
80 Accident 0
68 Engine 0
64 Transmission 0
63 Transmission 0
49 Transmission 1
38 Gearbox 0
24 Engine 0
22 Throttle 0
8 Fuel leak 0
7 Transmission 0
0 Did not qualify 0
0 Did not qualify 0
0 Did not qualify 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Juan Fangio Mercedes
2 Alberto Ascari Lancia
3 Stirling Moss Mercedes
4 Eugenio Castellotti Lancia
5 Cesare Perdisa Maserati
6 Roberto Mieres Maserati
7 Luigi Villoresi Lancia
8 Luigi Musso Maserati
9 Maurice Trintignant Ferrari
10 André Simon Mercedes
11 Jean Behra Maserati
12 Mike Hawthorn Vanwall
13 Robert Manzon Gordini
14 Nino Farina Ferrari
15 Paul Frère Ferrari
15 Piero Taruffi Ferrari
16 Élie Bayol Gordini
17 Louis Rosier Maserati
18 Harry Schell Ferrari
19 Louis Chiron Lancia
20 Jacques Pollet Gordini

1955 Monaco Grand Prix

The 1955 Monaco Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Monaco on May 22, 1955. It was race 2 of 7 in the 1955 World Championship of Drivers and was given an honorary name, Grand Prix d'Europe. The 100-lap race was won by Ferrari driver Maurice Trintignant after he started from ninth position. Eugenio Castellotti finished second for the Lancia team and Maserati drivers Jean Behra and Cesare Perdisa came in third.


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