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Milan

With Monza too badly damaged during World War II to be used as yet, the Italian Grand Prix of 1947 was held on a street circuit around Milan's Fiera Campionaria.

With Monza too badly damaged during World War II to be used as yet, the Italian Grand Prix of 1947 was held on a street circuit around Milan's Fiera Campionaria. The race proved to be an Alfa Romeo walkover with Count Trossi, Achille Varzi, Consalvo Sanesi and Alessandro Gaboardi finishing 1-2-3-4 for the marque.

Circuit

1947

Type

Temporary street circuit

Length

2.144 (Miles)

Fastest Race Lap

Carlo Felice Trossi (Alfa Romeo 158), 1m44.0, 74.216 mph, GP, 1947

Fastest Qualifying Lap

Consalvo Sanesi (Alfa Romeo 158), 1m44.0, 74.216 mph, GP, 1947

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