1928 Gran Premio d'Italia
9 September - Monza: 60 laps x 10.000 km = 600.000 km


Pole position: N/A
Fastest lap: Luigi Arcangeli  (Talbot 700) 3.37.4

Results: 

1  50 21 Louis Chiron         Bugatti 37A            3:45.08.6
2* 38 14 Achille Varzi        Alfa-Romeo P2          3:47.29.0
3  26  9 Tazio Nuvolari       Bugatti 35C            3:59.27.6
4  40 16 Guy Drouet           Bugatti 35B            3:59.37.8
5   6 22 Aymo Maggi           Maserati 26R (8C-1700) 4:10.29.0
6  42 13 Ernesto Maserati     Maserati 26R (8C-1700) 4:10.28.8 (55 laps)
7  22 10 Guy Bouriat          Bugatti 35             4:11.10.8 (55 laps)
8  10  2 Giulio Foresti       Bugatti 35C            4:10.17.4 (54 laps)

Not classified:

9  24  7 Edoardo Probst       Bugatti 37A            4:07.37.2 (45 laps)
10 36 12 J-C d'Ahetze         Bugatti 37A            40 laps

Did Not Finish:

    2  1 B. Borzacchini       Maserati 26B (8C-2000) 26 Wheel off, crash
   28 11 P. Blaque Belair     Bugatti 35C            24
   46 17 Luigi Arcangeli      Talbot 700             19 Withdrawn
   44 20 Antonio Brivio       Talbot 700             18 Withdrawn
    8  5 G. Brilli-Peri       Talbot 700             17 Withdrawn
   18  3 Emilio Materassi     Talbot 700             17 Fatal crash
   48 19 G. Comotti           Talbot 700             16 Withdrawn
   32 15 Carlo Tonini         Bugatti 35C            15 Mechanical
   20  6 Giulio Aymini        Delage 2LCV            14 Mechanical
   12  4 "W. Williams"        Bugatti 35C             5 Engine
   30  8 Cleto Nenzioni       Bugatti 37A             2 Mechanical
   52 18 Mario Piccolo        Maserati 26 (8C-1500)   1 Mechanical
	
Shared cars:

2* 38    Giuseppe Campari     Alfa-Romeo P2          3:47.29.0

Did not start:

    4    Manuel Blancas       Bugatti 35B
   14    Giuseppe Gilera      Bugatti 35	
   16    J. Ghica-Cantacuzene Cozette Spl.
   34    Ugo Stefanelli       Bugatti 35
   54    Manuel Ceratto       Delage 2LCV
   56    Federico Fisauli     Maserati 26
   58    Ruggiero Bisighin    Bugatti
   60    Alberto Kechler      Alfa-Romeo 6C-1500 
   62    Roberto Serboli      Delage 2LCV			



RACE NOTES
 1) Grand Prix, only 1928 race run to the international Formula. 
 2) Combined road and banked track.
 3) grid formation: 5-5, positions dexided by ballot.
 4) Also known as "VI Grand Prix d'Europe"
 5) Fatal crash of Materassi caused also the death of 22 spectators,
    the worst single accident in motor racing so far.