Discover all stages of Alfa Romeo’s legendary history
1923 ALFA ROMEO RL
Enzo Ferrari, founder of the Ferrari automobile brand, began his career with a brief stint as a test-driver for C.M.N (Costruzioni Meccaniche Nazionali). He was quickly promoted to race car driver and subsequently left to work and compete for Alfa Romeo in 1920.
In 1930, Ferrari founded Scuderia Ferrari, concentrating his efforts on the development and management of Alfa Romeo’s racing team; Scuderia Ferrari included the legendary driver Tazio Nuvolari. Ferrari left Alfa Romeo on 1938 and founded Auto Avio Costruzioni (AAC).
1923 ALFA ROMEO RLTF
Italian race car driver, Ugo Sivocci, holds a special place in Alfa Romeo’s history. He began his career in 1920 when he was hired by Alfa Romeo to race alongside Enzo Ferrari and Antonio Ascari on a three-man works team. He later began to race the Alfa Romeo RL, winning many races and boosting his status as a driver, particularly after a high-profile win at the 1923 Targa Florio. Unfortunately, that same year Sivocci tragically lost his life in an accident while testing the new Alfa Romeo P1 on the Monza circuit. His Alfa Romeo P1 was missing the traditional green cloverleaf (“quadrifoglio verde”) on the body, which was considered a lucky charm. Since then all of Alfa’s race cars featured the “Quadrifoglio Verde” symbol on their bodies.
1925 ALFA ROMEO P2
Antonio Ascari’s successful but tragic career in motorsport racing has undoubtedly earned him a legendary status. By 1919 Ascari was racing cars in some of the most prestigious competitions in Italy and it was only a matter of time before he began driving for Alfa Romeo. Though he successfully raced Alfa cars at various events in the early 1920s, Ascari’s first major victory came in 1924 with the Alfa Romeo P2 when he became the first Italian driver to win the Italian Grand Prix in Monza.
Ascari’s impressive domination of the 1925 Belgian Grand Prix suggested another immensely successful year for the 36-year-old. Sadly, however, his career and life were cut short during an accident at the 1925 French Grand Prix, a race he had been leading prior to the incident. Still, Ascari’s racing legacy was carried on by his son, Alberto, a successful Formula 1 driver in the 1950s.
1932 ALFA ROMEO P3
Tazio Nuvolari is commonly regarded as a legendary motorcycle racer and racing driver. With 150 victories in total, 72 of which were major races, he earned his status as one of the historical heroes of motorsport. In the early 1930s Nuvolari raced for Alfa Corse, Alfa Romeo’s factory racing team, winning major events such as the Italian and European Championship, Mille Miglia, and Targa Florio. He gained famed not only for his impressive feats, but also for his daring manoeuvres during the lengthy 10-hour races determined by Grand Prix regulations.
1951 ALFA ROMEO 159
Born in Argentina, Juan Manual Fangio is largely considered one of the greatest Formula 1 drivers of all time due to his domination during the first decade of Formula 1 racing. In 1950 Fangio began racing for Alfa Romeo, winning three races at the first World Championship of Drivers with pre-war Alfettas before successfully taking the title in 1951. He later went on to win various other championships for Alfa Romeo including the Swiss, French, and Spanish Grand Prix.
1978 BRABHAM-ALFA ROMEO
Niki Lauda, three-time Formula 1 World Champion, initially gained admiration as a driver during his career with Ferrari in the 1970s. However following a serious accident, Lauda left Ferrari and joined the Brabham-Alfa Romeo team from 1978 to 1979. During this time he won several prominent races.
Most notable was his win at the Swedish Grand Prix with the widely protested “Fan Car”, a vehicle which incorporated daring and radical technology, such as a fan to generate downforce. Shortly thereafter Lauda retired, though he later returned to Formula 1 to earn his third championship.
1993 ALFA ROMEO 155 V6 TI
Nicola Larini, one of the most successful Alfa Romeo drivers in history, has had an extensive career with involvement in various racing series including Formula 1, Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft (DTM), Formula 3, Superturismo, World Touring Car Championship (WTCC), European Touring Car Championship (ETCC), and International Touring Car Championship (ITC).
His greatest success, however, undoubtedly came in Touring Car racing, where Larini raced primarily for Alfa Romeo and earned wins in the 1986 Italian Formula 3 Championship, the 1992 Italian Superturismo Championship, and the 1993 DTM Championship. In 1995, he was part of the Alfa Corse racing team, competing in the International Touring Car Championship and Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft.
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Giulia - Based on Alfa Romeo Premium Import Midsize Sedan Segment latest available competitive information
Stelvio / Stelvio Ti - Based on Alfa Romeo Premium Import Midsize UV Segment latest available competitive information.
Stelvio Quadrifoglio - Estimated. Based on manufacturer testing. Alfa Romeo Premium Import Midsize UV Segment latest available competitive information
Horsepower / Acceleration / Breaking - Based on manufacturer testing. Actual results may very
Top Speed - Drive Responsibly. Always obey the rules of the road.
Launch Control – Drive Responsibly. Always obey the rules of the road. Launch control can’t be activated until vehicle has been driven 257km (160 miles).
‡ SAFETY & TECHNOLOGY
Air Bags - The advanced front air bags in this vehicle are certified to the federal regulations for advanced air bags. Children 12 years old and younger should always ride buckled up in a rear seat. Infants in rear-facing child restraints should never ride in the front seat of a vehicle with a passenger front air bag. All occupants should always wear their lap and shoulder belts properly.
All-Wheel Drive - Always drive carefully and consistent with conditions
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) - No system can repeal the laws of physics or overcome careless driving actions. Performance is limited by available traction, which snow, ice and other conditions can affect. When the warning lamp flashes, the driver needs to use less throttle and adapt speed and driving behaviour to prevailing road conditions.
Hands-free communication with Bluetooth Streaming Audio - Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control. Only use mobile phones and other devices, even with voice commands, when it is safe to do so. Voice commands of phone require a Bluetooth compatible phone.
HD Radio – Where stations are available.
Navigation - Never program while driving. GPS mapping and available 3D navigation may not be detailed or available in all areas or reflect current road regulations.
SiriusXM Satellite Radio - Requires SiriusXM radio subscriptions governed by SIRIUS terms and conditions available at siriusxm.ca.
Universal Garage Door Opener - Not compatible with all garage door openers.
Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go / Adaptive Cruise Control with Full Stop / Back-up camera with Front and Rear Park Sensors / Back-up camera with Rear Park Sensors / Blind-Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Path Detection / Forward Collision Warning / Forward Collision Warning Plus / Front & Rear Park Sensors / Lane Departure Warning - This is a driver convenience system, not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of their surroundings and be prepared to take corrective action to avoid collisions.
‡‡ LATE AVAILABILITY
(1) LEASE CURRENT OFFERS
Giulia / Giulia Ti - 1.29% Lease financing for 60 months available to qualified customers through SCI Lease Corp. on the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia and Giulia Ti models. See your Retailer for complete details.
Giulia Quadrifoglio - 3.99% Lease financing for 60 months available to qualified customers through SCI Lease Corp. on the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio model. See your Retailer for complete details.
4C Coupe / 4C Spider - 4.99% Lease financing for up to 60 months available to qualified customers through SCI Lease Corp. on 2016MY and 2017MY Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe and 4C Spider models. See your Retailer for complete details.
(2) FINANCE CURRENT OFFERS
Giulia / Giulia Ti - 1.49% purchase financing for up to 60 months available to qualified customers on approved credit through Royal Bank of Canada, Scotiabank and TD Auto Finance on 2017MY Alfa Romeo Giulia and Giulia Ti models. See your Alfa Romeo retailer for complete details. Retailers may sell for less.
Giulia Quadrifoglio - 2.99% purchase financing for up to 96 months available to qualified customers on approved credit through Royal Bank of Canada, Scotiabank and TD Auto Finance on 2017MY Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio models. See your Alfa Romeo retailer for complete details. Retailers may sell for less.
4C Coupe / 4C Spider -1.49% purchase financing for up to 60 months available to qualified customers on approved credit through Royal Bank of Canada, Scotiabank and TD Auto Finance on 2015MY, 2016MY and 2017MY Alfa Romeo 4C Coupe and Spider models. See your Alfa Romeo retailer for complete details. Retailers may sell for less.