Grand Prix de Rome

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Bugatti gained yet another Italian success on June 12th, when Nuvolari on a 2-litre Bugatti, won the Grand Prix de Rome on a road circuit near the Italian capital. The race was unfortunately marred by an accident, when Materassi on his Hispano-engined Itala charged the spectators when his car got out of control, and killed two people. Bugatti has now won all the important Italian races for other than touring cars since the beginning of 1926, consisting of the 1926 and 1927 Targa Florios, the 1926 and 1927 Grands Prix de Rome, the 1926 Italian Grand Prix, and the 1926 Grand Prix de Milan.