Articles tagged Alfa Romeo

Page 16 of May 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, May 1961

Rumblings

To help itself out of the recent recession the Motor Industry has wisely introduced a number of interesting new models, which should stimulate World sales. NEW MODELS Citroen has at last released scanty details of the long awaited 3 c.v., which will be known as the Ami Six and conic on the market later in the summer. A picture appears on page 395 and I note that in its caption a colleague has...

Page 82 of May 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, May 2013

Flat race

Today, Formula 1 teams expect two years' warning of technical rule changes. Thirty years ago, they got four months. Cue panic - then a prime example of pure inspirationwriter Paul Fearnley All stop! The bombshell that sucked the air from beneath their skirts detonated on Thursday November 3: from two tonnes of ground-effect grip to 'two tonnes of flat-bottomed fun'. Yet the governing body's only...

Page 25 of August 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1983

Matters of moment

A splendid garden party! Those who worry about the health of Grand Prix racing should be reassured by the success of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. At midnight on Friday many thousands of enthusiasts were having the time of their lives within the Silverstone area: two discos (one, in the paddock, run by race sponsors Marlboro), barbecues, eats and drinks stalls were all doing roaring...

Page 22 of March 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, March 1965

Ferrari's "815"

Sir, I noticed with interest the comments on the type "815" Ferrari in Vintage Postbag. In my files I found the following references: The "815" cannot be technically called a Ferrari as Ferrari had signed an agreement with Alfa Romeo not to build and race cars under his name for a period of time. The "815" was designed by lng. Alberto Massimino of Modena and constructed by Nardi of Turin....

Page 71 of May 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 71, May 1979

Road impressions

The Alfa 6 Alfa Romeo introduce a new six-cylinder saloon THE ALFA 6 Alfa Romeo may recall a tradition of Milanese sporting six-cylinders, but it breaks new ground in the Italy of today. Officially on sale toward the end of April, it has become Italy's only six-cylinder volume production saloon. The Fiat 130 was the previous bearer of that mantle, a difficult one to carry in a land that has no...

Page 32 of May 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, May 1975

Group 5 Racing - Still in Good shape

Group 5 Racing—Still in Good Shape LONG-DISTANCE sports car racing has enjoyed a chequered career to say the least since its great days in the early Fifties, but six months ago endurance racing for the Group 5 prototypes seemed set for its worst ever year in 1975. Yet the first two rounds of the World Championship for Makes to be run in Europe, at Mugello on March 23rd and at Dijon on April 6th,...

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