Mercedes-Benz W154 - Complete Results - Race Results - Non-championship Results

Non-championship Results

Year Event Venue Driver Result Category Report
1938 Pau Grand Prix Pau Rudolf Caracciola
Hermann Lang
2 Grand Prix Report
Tripoli Grand Prix Mellaha Hermann Lang 1 Grand Prix † Report
Manfred von Brauchitsch 2
Rudolf Caracciola 3
Coppa Ciano Livorno Hermann Lang 1 Grand Prix Report
Rudolf Caracciola Ret
Manfred von Brauchitsch DSQ
Coppa Acerbo Pescara Rudolf Caracciola 1 Grand Prix Report
Hermann Lang Ret
Manfred von Brauchitsch Ret
Donington Grand Prix Donington Park Hermann Lang 2 Grand Prix Report
Richard Seaman 3
Manfred von Brauchitsch 5
Walter Bäumer Ret
1939 Pau Grand Prix Pau Hermann Lang 1 Grand Prix Report
Manfred von Brauchitsch 2
Rudolf Caracciola Ret
Eifelrennen Nürburgring Hermann Lang 1 Grand Prix Report
Rudolf Caracciola 3
Manfred von Brauchitsch 4
Hans Hartmann 8
Richard Seaman Ret
Belgrade City Race Kalemegdan Park Manfred von Brauchitsch 2 Grand Prix Report
Hermann Lang Ret
1947 Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis Duke Nalon Ret American National Championship Report
1948 Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis Chet Miller*
Ken Fowler
Louis Tomei
Ret American National Championship Report
1949 Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis Joel Thorne DNQ American National Championship Report
1951 Juan Peron Grand Prix Costanera Hermann Lang 2 Formula Libre Report
Juan Manuel Fangio 3
Karl Kling 6
Eva Peron Grand Prix Costanera Karl Kling 2 Formula Libre Report
Hermann Lang 3
Juan Manuel Fangio Ret
1957 Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis Danny Kladis DNQ American National Championship Report

† The Grand Prix class was run at the same time as the Voiturette class.
* Fowler and Tomei were relief drivers for Miller. Miller drove laps 1-29, Fowler drove laps 30-50 and Tomei drove from 51-108, when the car retired.

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