Dates, cars, teams, drivers and results of Alfa Romeo at the 24 hours of Le Mans. See all Le Mans related Alfa Romeo models and more here.
22nd June 1930
Raced on 22th June 1930. Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS entered by Lord Howe and driven by him and Callingham. They finished first in their class (< 2 liter) and fifth overall, with a distance of 2607 km’s covered.
14th June 1931
Raced on 14th June 1931.Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 LM entered by Lord Howe and driven by him and Tim Birkin. They finished first overall with a distance of 3017 km’s covered.
19th June 1932
Raced on 19th June 1932. Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 LM entered by Raymond Sommer and Automobili Alfa Romeo and driven by Sommer/Chinetti and Cortese/Guidotti finished 1st and 2nd overall with a distance of 2954 km’s covered. Siko finished 4th overall and 1st in the 2 liter class in an Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 with a distance of 2417 km’s covered.
18th June 1933
Raced on 18th June 1933. Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 LM entered by Alfa Romeo, Luigi Chinetti and A.W. Fox finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd with a distance of 3144 km’s covered. The winning car was driven by Sommer and Nuvolari. The Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS of Rousseau and Paco finished 8th overall and 1st in their class with a distance of 2260 km’s covered.
17th June 1934
Raced on 17th June 1934. Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 entered and driven by Philippe Etancelin and Luigi Chinetti finished 1st overall with a distance of 2887 km’s covered. Three other 8C 2300’s did not finish.
16th June 1935
Raced on 16th June 1935. Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza entered by P.L. Dreyfus and driven by Heldé and Stoffel finished 2nd overall and 1st in their class with a distance of 2998 km’s covered. The Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 of Guy Don finished 6th overall and 1st in his class with a distance of 2763 km’s covered. Both 8C 2300 of Howe/Lewis and Chinetti/Gastaud did not finish because of engine failures.
20th June 1937
Raced on 20th June 1937. The Alfa Romeo 8C 2900A of Raymond Sommer and co-driver Guidotti did not finish.
19th June 1938
Raced on 19th June 1938. Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring entered by Raymond Sommer and driven by Sommer and Biondetti did not finish. The car crashed after it lost oil. The Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza of Horvilleur and Matra did not finish either.
18th June 1939
Raced on 18th June 1939. Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS entered and driven by Raymond Sommer did not finish due to engine trouble.
14th June 1953
Raced on 14th June 1953. Alfa Romeo entered 3 Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM’s, driven by Kling/Riess, Sanesi/Carini and Fangio/Marimon. None of them finished the race.
26th June 1960
Raced on 26th June 1960. Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ entered in the GT 1300 class by Ubezzi and driven by Rosinski/Ubezzi did not finish due to transmission problems. Squadra Vigilio Conrero entered the Giulietta based Alfa Romeo 1150 Conrero, with drivers Bernard Consten and Francesco de Leonibus. The car completed 96 laps but did not finish due to gearbox problems.
24th June 1962
Raced on 24th June 1962. Two Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ entered in the GT 1300 class by Scuderia Sant Ambroeus with drivers Sala/de Lucca and Foitek/Ricci. Sala and de Luca finished 10th overall and 2nd in their class with a distance of 3774 km’s covered. The second Giulietta did not finish due to a broken clutch.
16th June 1963
Raced on 16th June 1963. Scuderia Sant Ambroeus entered two Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ 1600’s with drivers Sala/Rossi and Biscaldi/Kim. Car number 34 with drivers Sala and Rossi did not finish because of a broken rear axle and car number 35 with drivers Biscaldi and Kim was disqualified for oil replenishment during 25 laps. A third Giulietta Sprint Zagato (nr. 36) was entered by Scuderia Filipinetti but retired after 7 laps with enigine problems.
22nd June 1964
Raced on 22nd June 1964. Scuderia Sant Ambroeus entered three Alfa Romeo TZ’s in the GT 1600 class with drivers Bussinello/Deserti, Sala/Biscaldi and Rolland/Masoero. Car number 57 (Bussinello/Deserti) finished 9th overall and 1st in its class; Car number 41 (Sala/Biscaldi) finished 10th overall and 2nd in its class. Car number 40 (Rolland/Masoero) crashed after 47 laps.
20th June 1965
Raced on 20th June 1965. Autodelta entered two Alfa Romeo TZ 2’s (drivers Bussinello/Rolland and Zeccoli/Rosinski) and Epuipe Grand Ducale Luxembourghoise entered one TZ 2 (drivers Koob/Finkel) in the GT 1600 class. None of the cars finished the race.
29th September 1968
Due to the students riots in France during the summer of 1968, the anual Le Mans race did not take place in June, but in September of that year. Raced on 29th September 1968. Autodelta entered four Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2’s in the Prototype 2 liter class. Car number 39 with Giunti and Galli won their class and finished 4th overall. Cars number 38 and 40 finished 2nd and 3rd in their class and 5th and 6th overall. The 4th Autodelta car with Vacarella and Baghetti had to retire with a broken fuel pump after 150 laps. Two more Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2’s were entered by Racing Team VDS but did not finish.
15th June 1969
Raced on 15th June 1969. Racing Team VDS entered one Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2 in the Prototype 2 liter class and one 33/2 with a 2.5 liter engine in the Prototype 3 liter class. Both cars did not finish. Autodelta entered three of their all new Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3, but did not start.
14th June 1970
Raced on 14th June 1970. Autodelta entered 4 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3 in the Prototype 3 liter class. Car number 36 (de Adamich/Courage) retired with electric problems after 222 laps; Car number 35 (Galli/Stommelen) was disqualified after 220 laps for a push start; Car number 38 (Zeccoli/Facetti) crashed after 43 laps and car number 37 (Hezemans/Gregory) sucked up a rock and destroyed the engine in the 5th lap.
11th June 1972
Raced on 11th June 1972. Autodelta entered 3 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 TT 3’s. Car number 18 (drivers de Adamich/Vaccarella) finished 4th overall with a distance of 4179 km’s covered. Car number 19 (drivers Stommelen/Galli) retired after 263 laps and car number 17 (drivers Elford/Marko) retired with a broken clutch after 232 laps.
10th June 1973
Raced on 10th June 1973. Scuderia Brescia Corse entered one Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 TT 3 with drivers Facetti/Pam/Zeccoli. The car finished 15th with a distance of 4076 km’s covered.