Monza and Arese were filled with the sounds of 212 Alfa Romeos for the celebrations of the legendary track’s 100 years of operation. Alfa Romeo and Monza.
Two names inextricably linked to speed and racing.
At this year’s Italian Grand Prix, thecelebrated the 100 years of operation of the track with two a lot separate parades. One in itself Monza with 112 classics and one in historic center of the brand, Aresewhere together with the 112 classic cars, 100 modern Giulia GTAs they filled the Italian North with their sound.
This year, the Italian Grand Prix, gave the opportunity tothe opportunity to celebrate the unbreakable bond that unites her with the legendary her track Monza, a place where the brand has written unique moments in the history of motor sports.
This year, Monza celebrated its 100th birthdaywhile is the track where theconquered her first world title in 1925but also the first one world title in Formula 1 history, on September 3, 1950 with the Tipo 158 “Alfetta” and driver Nino Farina.
THEcelebrate this momentous anniversary with the Tribe Days event, gathering her friends from all over the world. A special moment was a parade of 112 Alfa Romeos on the Monza circuit. A for every one year of the Italian brand’s life which was founded in Milan in 1910. Messrs. Stefano Domenicali, CEO of Formula 1 and Jean Phillipe Imparato, its CEO participated in the parade with two legendary cars that they represent her story and its connection with the games.
is one of the most important cars of its timewhich managed to win over most of them famous races on roads and tracks. This particular car on parade with the aerodynamic bodywork built by Zagato, belonged to her official team and conquered winning streak in Europe guided by Goffredo Zehender. He is the star of an era where the wrote amazing pages of her legend at the races, starting at the Monza circuit.
represents the big ones victories in the games in the post-war period and to this day it is one of the most Based on it had a lower weight by 200 kg (hence the “A” in the name which marks the word “Alleggerita” i.e. lightened). By the time she got her type approval, she was doing her racing debut in 1965 at “1000km.” of Monza with two cars in the prototype class.
The real debut was at the 4 Ore of Monza of 1966, one of the most important matches in tourist cars, with theDe Adamich-Zeccoli to dominate the fight and with me still to follow in the following positions. THE triumphed four years in a row on 4 Ore of Monza, while many more victories came in national and pan-European competitions with the The particular car in the parade was prepared by Autodelta, its official racing department Among others, Ignazio Giunti and Giorgio Pianta competed with her.
On match day, the 112 classic cars were joined by 100 modern ones, getting started from the brand’s museum in Arese to come to an end through the city of Milan to the Monza circuit for the Italian Grand Prix. This special one procession of 212 cars upset with positive way the Italian North and brought together hundreds of her friends from all over Europe.
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