The Grand Prix automobile de la Marne is a car race created in 1925 and disappeared in 1953 (replaced by the "Coupe Internationale de Vitesse" from 1957 to 1969). It was contested on the Reims-Gueux circuit and hosted Formula Libre, Formula 750, Formula 1, Formula 2 and sports car races. For several years, the Grand Prix de la Marne route was chosen to host the Grand Prix de France, making the Grand Prix de la Marne the Grand Prix de France.
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1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2600 Monza
- Coachbuilder: Alfa Romeo
- Chassis n°: 2211137
- Engine n°: 2211137
Mario Righini (IT)