Classic Car Catalogue

Bol d'Or
1933

Bol d'Or
4-5 June 1933
St. Germain

France

Classes:
Racing 1100
Racing 750
Racing 500
Sports 1100
Sports 750
Sports 500
Sports 350
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Entries and results:
No. Driver: Car: Model: Engine:   Entrant: Class: Pos.: Result: Distance:
  de Gabardie Amilcar         R1.1 1st 1st 1830.840 kms
  Vernet Salmson         S1.1 1st 2nd 1805.760 kms
  Venot La Pintade         R1.1 2nd 3rd 1726.340 kms
  Poulain Amilcar         R1.1 3rd 4th 1717.980 kms
  Blot Amilcar         R1.1 4th 5th 1634.380 kms
  Poitre Amilcar         R1.1 5th 6th 1621.840 kms
  Foultier AV         R1.1 6th 7th 1613.480 kms
  Debille B.N.C.         S1.1 2nd 8th 1575.860 kms
  Delano Ariès         S1.1 3rd 9th 1529.880 kms
  Goux Rosengart         S750 1st 10th 1454.640 kms
  Viale Rally         S1.1 4th 11th 1400.300 kms
  Robail Argo         R500 1st 12th 1396.120 kms
  Macchi B.N.C.         S1.1 5th 13th 1333.400 kms
  Gauthier Rosengart         S1.1 6th 14th 1320.880 kms
  Yves Giraud-Cabantous Caban         R1.1 7th 15th 1116.060 kms
  Menet MR         R750 1st 16th 982.300 kms
  Floriet Colin         S500 1st 17th 957.220 kms
  Colin Colin         R500 2nd 18th 956.580 kms
  Dupont Anthony         S350 1st 19th 911.240 kms
  Chaude Argo         R1.1 8th 20th 898.700 kms
  Bonneau Peugeot         S750 2nd 21st 798.300 kms
  Dumoret Sphinx         R750 2nd 22nd 790.020 kms
Motor SportJuly 1933
Amilcar wins the Bol d'Or.

The 24 hour race for the Bol d'Or, held, in the forest of St. Germain, on June 4th and 5th, resulted in a win for De Gabardie on a 6 cylinder Amilcar, who covered 1,830 km. 840. 6 laps later came Vernet, on a sports Salmson, and winner of the 1,100 c.c. sports class. At 2.30 a.m. there was a considerable "pile-up" caused by Antony (Antony) skidding broadside across the road and coming to a standstill. Four cars driven by Giraud Cabantous (Caban), Chevalier (Chevalier), Martin (Amilcar) and Treunet (B.N.C.) immediately crashed into the stationery car, but only Martin was slightly injured.
RESULTS—RACING.
500 c.c.
1. Robail (Argo), 1.396 km. 120.
2. Colin (Colin), 956km. 580.
750 c.c.
1. Menet (M.R.), 982 km. 300.
2. Dumoret (Sphinx) 790 km. 20.
1,100 c.c.
1. De Gabardie (Amilcar), 1,830 km. 840.
2. Venot (Lapintade), 1,726 km. 340.
3. Poulain (Amilcar), 1,717 km. 980.
4. Blot (Amilcar), 1,634 km. 380.
5. Poiré (Amilcar), 1,621 km. 840.
6. Foultier (A.V.), 1,613 km. 480.
7. Giraud-Cabantous (Caban), 1,116 km. 60.
8. Chaude (Argo), 898 km. 700.
SPORTS.
350 c.c.
1. Dupont (Antony), 911 km. 240.
500 c.c.
1. Floriet (Colin), 957 km. 220.
750 c.c.
1. Goux (Rosengart), 1,454 km. 640.
2. Bonneau (Peugeot), 798 km. 380.
1,100 c.c.
1. Vernet (Salmson), 1,805 km. 760.
2. Debille (B.N.C.), 1,575 km. 860.
3. Delano (Aries), 1,529 km. 880.
4. Viale (Rally), 1,400 km. 300.
5. Macchi (B.N.C.), 1,333 km. 420.
6. Gauthier (Rosengart), 1,320 km. 880.