COPPA D’ORO DOLOMIT1
While the competitors in the Rallye des Alpes were busily engaged in keeping up to time schedules on their circuit of the Dolornite mountains, the Italians held the seventh in their series of sports-car races round a guarded circuit embracing most of the, mountains. Open to sports and touring cars, the entry ranged from Fiat 500s
to works Ferraris and Paulo Marzotto, who is a master hand at this type of open-road racing, won the event in a 3-litre Ferrari and set up in new record for the race. Maglioli, the ill-fated of Reims, also drove a Ferrari. in place of his more usual works Laneia, while Guilo Cabianea pint up a magnificent drive with his little 1,350-0.c. ()sea. For some years past Cabianea has been making a speciality of this type of racing, always with the small Oseas and invariably defeated ears of unteli greater capacity. As an obvioes choice for a factory he was first of all taken up by Alfa-Romeo. but never used, and then Ferrari gave him a 4.1-litre for this year’s Mille Miglia. His performance was not outstanding:, but, returning to his little (‘(sea, he was right back on form, keeping up with the larger and more powerful ears, In England we have. a parallel in those 500-c.c. drivers who shine, but get nowhere with a bigger racing car. Results
let P. Minotto (Ferrari), 3 hr. 18 aria. 19 s(e-91.213 k.p.h. 2nd : P. Tarufti (Lancia). (Old record 89.840 k.p.h.)
3rd Magliali (Ferrari). 4th : G. Cabianca (Omni).
5th C. 11rneeo (Ferrari).
1ST Ii I, Marsotto (Lancia).