A damp weekend has been transformed by the magnificent article on the Alfa Romeo 2600 (Motor Sport, March 1988). It is truly splendid, and will surely provide inspiration for the 2600 owners contemplating restoration to get them on the road!
The 2600 Sprint and Spider were homologated for international competition, and in its day the Sprint enjoyed some modest success. There are still the odd continental competitors in the Sprint, and in 1986 a 2600 Spider was awarded the Samuel Trophy for “Best Performance by an Alfa Romeo in HSCC Events”.
For 1988 our enthusiastic 2600 Register member Adrian Hall hopes to contest the HSCC Novice Championship, so why not get your camera out!
Roger E Monk, West Runton, Norfolk. Alfa Romeo 2600/2000 Register
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