|1934||Grand Prix||Italian GP|
|Achille Varzi||4||Scuderia Ferrari|
Alfa Romeo P3, or Tipo B was the Grand Prix single-seater car constructed in 1932 and produced in 1932-35. It was the second Alfa Romeo’s monoposto after Tipo A of 1931. P3 won as many as 46 Grand Prix races and was driven by such famous drivers as Tazio Nuvolari, Rudolf Caracciola, Giuseppe Campari, Louis Chiron, Luigi Fagioli, Achille Varzi, Raymond Sommer and others. The Rio model represents P3B driven by Achille Varzi in 1934 Italian GP when this car has retired due to gearbox problems.