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Race statistics for the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows, 1934 to 1939


The winner Manfred von Brauchitsch at the wheel of a W 25 Mercedes-Benz formula racing car

The winner Manfred von Brauchitsch at the wheel of a W 25 Mercedes-Benz formula racing car

 

Race statistics for the Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows, 1934 to 1939

The Mercedes-Benz W 25 Grand Prix racing car

1934 season

Eifel race (Nürburgring), 3 June 1934 
1st Manfred von Brauchitsch

Kesselberg race, 17 June 1934
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch

German Grand Prix (Nürburgring), 15 July 1934
2nd Luigi Fagioli
5th Hanns Geier

International Klausen race (Klausen pass), 5 August 1934 
1st Rudolf Caracciola

Coppa Acerbo (Pescara), 5 August 1934 
1st Luigi Fagioli
6th Ernst Henne

Swiss Grand Prix (Bremgarten), 26 August 1934
6th Luigi Fagioli
10th Rudolf Caracciola
11th Manfred von Brauchitsch

Italian Grand Prix (Monza), 9 September 1934 
1st Rudolf Caracciola/Luigi Fagioli

Spanish Grand Prix (San Sebastian), 23 September 1934 
1st Luigi Fagioli
2nd Rudolf Caracciola

Masaryk Grand Prix (Brno), 30 September 1934
2nd Luigi Fagioli
6th Ernst Henne/Hanns Geier

1935 season

Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo), 22 April 1935 
1st Luigi Fagioli

Tripoli Grand Prix (Mellaha), 12 May 1935 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
3rd Luigi Fagioli

Avus race (Berlin), 26 May 1935 
1st Luigi Fagioli
5th Manfred von Brauchitsch

Eifel race (Nürburgring), 16 June 1935 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
4th Luigi Fagioli
5th Hermann Lang

French Grand Prix (Linas–Montlhéry), 23 June 1935 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch
4th Luigi Fagioli

Penya Rhin Grand Prix (Barcelona), 30 June 1935 
1st Luigi Fagioli
2nd Rudolf Caracciola

Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps), 14 July 1935 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Luigi Fagioli/Manfred von Brauchitsch

German Grand Prix (Nürburgring), 28 July 1935
3rd Rudolf Caracciola
5th Manfred von Brauchitsch
6th Luigi Fagioli
7th Hanns Geier

Swiss Grand Prix (Bremgarten), 25 August 1935 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2th Luigi Fagioli 
6th Hermann Lang

Spanish Grand Prix (San Sebastian), 22 September 1935 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Luigi Fagioli
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch

1936 season

Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo), 13 April 1936 
1st Rudolf Caracciola

Tripoli Grand Prix (Mellaha), 10 May 1936
3rd Luigi Fagioli
4th Rudolf Caracciola
9th Louis Chiron

Tunisian Grand Prix (Carthage), 17 May 1936 
1st Rudolf Caracciola

Penya Rhin Grand Prix (Barcelona), 7 June 1936 
2nd Rudolf Caracciola
6th Louis Chiron

Eifel race (Nürburgring), 14 June 1936
5th Hermann Lang
6th Louis Chiron

German Grand Prix (Nürburgring), 26 July 1936
5th Luigi Fagioli/Rudolf Caracciola
7th Manfred von Brauchitsch

Swiss Grand Prix (Bremgarten), 23 August 1936
4th Hermann Lang/Luigi Fagioli

The Mercedes-Benz W 125 Grand Prix racing car

1937 season

Tripoli Grand Prix (Mellaha), 9 May 1937 
1st Hermann Lang
6th Rudolf Caracciola
7th Richard Seaman

Avus race (Berlin), 30 May 1937 
1st Hermann Lang
5th Richard Seaman

Eifel race (Nürburgring), 13 June 1936
2nd Rudolf Caracciola
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch
6th Hermann Lang
9th Christian Kautz

Vanderbilt Cup (New York), 5 July 1937
2nd Richard Seaman

Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps), 11 July 1937
3rd Hermann Lang
4th Christian Kautz

German Grand Prix (Nürburgring), 25 July 1937 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch
6th Christian Kautz
7th Hermann Lang

Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo), 8 August 1937 
1st Manfred von Brauchitsch
2nd Rudolf Caracciola
3rd Christian Kautz
5th Goffredo Zehender

Coppa Acerbo (Pescara), 15 August 1937
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch
5th Rudolf Caracciola

Swiss Grand Prix (Bremgarten), 22 August 1937 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Hermann Lang
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch
6th Christian Kautz

Italian Grand Prix (Monza), 12 September 1937 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Hermann Lang
4th Richard Seaman

Masaryk Grand Prix (Brno), 26 September 1937 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch
4th Richard Seaman

Donington Grand Prix (Donington), 2 October 1937
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch
3rd Rudolf Caracciola

1938 season

German Mountain Grand Prix (Grossglockner High Alpine Road), 23 August 1938
2nd Hermann Lang
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch

The Mercedes-Benz W 154 Grand Prix racing car

1938 season

Pau Grand Prix (Pau), 10 April 1938
2nd Rudolf Caracciola

Tripoli Grand Prix (Mellaha), 15 May 1938 
1st Hermann Lang
3rd Rudolf Caracciola

French Grand Prix (Reims), 3 July 1938 
1st Manfred von Brauchitsch
2nd Rudolf Caracciola
3rd Hermann Lang

German Grand Prix (Nürburgring), 24 July 1938 
1st Richard Seaman
2nd Rudolf Caracciola/Hermann Lang

Coppa Ciano (Livorno), 7 August 1938 
1st Hermann Lang

Coppa Acerbo (Pescara), 14 August 1938 
1st Rudolf Caracciola

Swiss Grand Prix (Bremgarten), 21 August 1938 
1st Rudolf Caracciola
2nd Richard Seaman
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch
10th Hermann Lang/Walter Bäumer

Italian Grand Prix (Monza), 11 September 1938
3rd Rudolf Caracciola/Manfred von Brauchitsch

Donington Grand Prix (Donington), 22 October 1938
2nd Hermann Lang
3rd Richard Seaman
5th Manfred von Brauchitsch

1939 season

Pau Grand Prix (Pau), 2 April 1939 
1st Hermann Lang
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch

Eifel race (Nürburgring), 21 May 1939 
1st Hermann Lang
3rd Rudolf Caracciola
4th Manfred von Brauchitsch
8th Hans-Hugo Hartmann

Vienna “Höhenstraßen” race (Vienna), 11 June 1939  
1st Hermann Lang
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch

Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps), 25 June 1939 
1st Hermann Lang
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch

German Grand Prix (Nürburgring), 23 July 1939 
1st Rudolf Caracciola

German Mountain Grand Prix (Grossglockner High Alpine Road), 6 August 1939 
1st Hermann Lang
4rd Manfred von Brauchitsch

Swiss Grand Prix (Bremgarten), 20 August 1939 
1st Hermann Lang
2nd Rudolf Caracciola
3rd Manfred von Brauchitsch

Belgrade Grand Prix (Belgrade), 3 September 1939 
2nd Manfred von Brauchitsch

The Mercedes-Benz W 165 Grand Prix racing car

1939 season

Tripoli Grand Prix (Mellaha), 7 May 1939 
1st Hermann Lang
2rd Rudolf Caracciola