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1922 AIACR Grand Prix Season

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1922 AIACR Grand Prix Season
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Champion Constructor: None
Putative Constructor: FIAT (IT,0,2)
Champion Driver: None
Putative Driver: Felice Nazzaro (IT,0,2)
Putative Constructor Entry Specification: Model 804, 1.99-liter, six-cylinder inline, DOHC, four-speed, servo-assist braking,100 horsepower (Carlo Cavalli).

The AIACR reduces the racing displacement restriction for entries to two liters for the 1922 racing season. Italian manufacturer FIAT with its 804 entry and driver Felice Nazzaro each earn the respective putative drivers' and constructors' titles for the second time and first since the 1907 season. The Italian Grand Prix runs at Monza for the first time in September. New Racing Makes: French Salmson. British Alvis.

HeM applies the Putative Model to all racing seasons for two primary purposes: First, to effectively normalize all racing seasons for empirical comparison across the decades, and second, to step clear of series organizers which score season championships primarily out of commercial interest or to attract manufacturer participation. The Putative Model simply scores all seasons in the same fashion as a standard track and field meeting, with the only purpose of tracking what takes place at the finishing stripe If the Putative Champion differs from the nominal Series Champion, please note the (SC) notation below.

FIAT35     Nazzaro21
Bugatti20     Bordino15
     De Vizcaya13
     Mones Mory2

Noteworthy 1922 Races

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