Concorsi Aerei di Verona
Verona, Italy, May 22nd - 29th, 1910


1
Farman "Le Gypaète"
Pilot: Louis Paulhan
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
An early 1910 type "racing" Farman with auxiliary rear elevators and short tail and lower wings. The heavy king-posts on the top wing are characteristic for this machine. (1)

2
Farman
Pilot: Michel Efimoff (Mikhail Yefimov / Михаил Ефимов)
Engine: 60 hp ENV V-8
Another 1910 type Farman, but with standard lower wing panels. (2)
3
Voisin
Pilot: René Metrot
Engine: ENV V-8
Did not participate

4
Farman
Pilot: Jorge ("Géo") Chávez
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
An 1910 "racing" Farman with short tail and short lower wing panels. (3)

(4)
Blériot XI
Pilot: Léon Molon
Engine: 50 hp Anzani 5-cyl.
Molon made his first flight in Verona, on May 20th, with the machine still carrying his Lyon race number 4. (4)

5
Antoinette VII
Pilot: Gijbertus ("Gijs") Küller
Engine: 50 hp Antoinette V-8
(5)

6
Farman
Pilot: Arthur Duray
Engine: 60 hp ENV V-8
A 1909 type Farman with long tail and long-span front elevator. After his first crash it was rebuilt with short lower wing panels. (2)

7
Blériot XI
Pilot: Léon Molon
Engine: 50 hp Anzani 5-cyl.
Molon's Blériot was characterized by the unique keel surface. (2)

8
Farman
Pilot: Léon Cheuret
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl. (?)
Another variation of the Farman theme: A 1910 type with long tail. (2)

9
Blériot XI
Pilot: Bartolomeo Cattaneo
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
(2)

10
Blériot XI
Pilot: Léon Molon
Engine: 50 hp Anzani 5-cyl.
Some reports mentioned a second machine of Molon, #10. This 1911 postcard photo shows Molon in something that might be that machine. Number 10 was intended for the Voisin of Carlo Pizzagalli, who didn't participate. (6)