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  1953 Italian Grand Prix Race details Race 9 of 9 in the 1953 Formula One season Autodromo Nazionale Monza layout Date September 13, 1953 Official name XXIV Gran Premio d'Italia Location Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy Course Permanent road course 6.300 km (3.915 mi) Distance 80 laps, 504.000 km (313.171 mi) Weather Sunny, mild, dry Pole position Driver Alberto Ascari Ferrari Time 2:02:7 Fastest lap Driver Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati Time 2:04.5 on lap 39 Podium First Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati Second Nino Farina Ferrari Third Luigi Villoresi Ferrari The 1953 Italian Grand Prix was a Formula Two race held on September 13, 1953 at Monza. It was the ninth and final round of the 1953 World Drivers' Championship, which was run to Formula Two rules in 1952 and 1953, rather than the Formula One regulations normally used. Contents 1 Classification 2 Notes 3 Drivers' Championship standings after the race 4 References Classification Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points 1 50 Juan Manuel Fangio Maserati 80 2:49:45.9 2 9 2 6 Nino Farina Ferrari 80[1] + 1.4[1] 3 6 3 2 Luigi Villoresi Ferrari 79 + 1 Lap 5 4 4 8 Mike Hawthorn Ferrari 79 + 1 Lap 6 3 5 36 Maurice Trintignant Gordini 79 + 1 Lap 8 2 6 40 Roberto Mieres Gordini 77 + 3 Laps 16   7 56 Sergio Mantovani Luigi Musso Maserati 76 + 4 Laps 12   8 10 Umberto Maglioli Ferrari 75 + 5 Laps 11   9 38 Harry Schell Gordini 75 + 5 Laps 15   10 32 Louis Chiron Osca 72 + 8 Laps 25   11 44 Prince Bira Maserati 72 + 8 Laps 23   12 46 Alan Brown Cooper-Bristol 70 + 10 Laps 24   13 28 Stirling Moss Cooper-Alta 70 + 10 Laps 10   14 48 Hans Stuck AFM-Bristol 67 + 13 Laps 29   15 16 Yves Giraud Cabantous HWM-Alta 67 + 13 Laps 28   16 64 Louis Rosier Ferrari 65 + 15 Laps 17   Ret 4 Alberto Ascari Ferrari 79 Accident 1   Ret 52 Felice Bonetto Maserati 77 Out of fuel 7   Ret 54 Onofre Marimón Maserati 75 Accident 4   Ret 58 Toulo de Graffenried Maserati 70 Engine 9   NC 20 Jack Fairman Connaught-Lea-Francis 61 Not Classified 22   NC 30 Ken Wharton Cooper-Bristol 57 Not Classified 19   NC 24 Kenneth McAlpine Connaught-Lea-Francis 56 Not Classified 18   Ret 12 Piero Carini Ferrari 40 Engine 20   Ret 22 Roy Salvadori Connaught-Lea-Francis 33 Throttle 14   Ret 2 Chico Landi Maserati 18 Engine 21   Ret 34 Élie Bayol Osca 17 Engine 13   Ret 18 John Fitch HWM-Alta 14 Engine 26   Ret 26 Johnny Claes Connaught-Lea-Francis 7 Fuel System 30   Ret 14 Lance Macklin HWM-Alta 6 Engine 27   [2] Notes Shared Drive - Car #56: Mantovani (38 laps) then Musso (38 laps) Alberto Ascari wins World Championship for the second, and final, time. Drivers' Championship standings after the race Pos Driver Points 1 Alberto Ascari 34.5 (46.5) 2 Juan Manuel Fangio 28 (29.5) 3 Nino Farina 26 (32) 4 Mike Hawthorn 19 (27) 5 Luigi Villoresi 17 Note: Only the top five positions are included. Only the best 4 results counted towards the Championship. Numbers without parentheses are Championship points; numbers in parentheses are total points scored. References ^ a b Lang, Mike (1981). Grand Prix! Vol 1. Haynes Publishing Group. p. 65. ISBN 0-85429-276-4.  ^ "Formula 1 Official Website". http://www.formula1.com/results/season/1953/697/. Retrieved 25 August 2010.  Previous race: 1953 Swiss Grand Prix FIA Formula One World Championship 1953 season Next race: 1954 Argentine Grand Prix Previous race: 1952 Italian Grand Prix Italian Grand Prix Next race: 1954 Italian Grand Prix v · d · eFormula One World Championship Grands Prix (1950–1959)—next » 1959 MON · 500 · NED · FRA · GBR · GER · POR · ITA · USA 1958 ARG · MON · NED · 500 · BEL · FRA · GBR · GER · POR · ITA · MOR 1957 ARG · MON · 500 · FRA · GBR · GER · PES · ITA 1956 ARG · MON · 500 · BEL · FRA · GBR · GER · ITA 1955 ARG · MON · 500 · BEL · NED · GBR · ITA 1954 ARG · 500 · BEL · FRA · GBR · GER · SUI · ITA · ESP 1953 ARG · 500 · NED · BEL · FRA · GBR · GER · SUI · ITA 1952 SUI · 500 · BEL · FRA · GBR · GER · NED · ITA 1951 SUI · 500 · BEL · FRA · GBR · GER · ITA · ESP 1950 GBR · MON · 500 · SUI · BEL · FRA · ITA