Alfa Romeo Renews Partnership With The ‘Most Beautiful Race In The World’

1000 Miglia 2019
Alfa Romeo renews its collaboration with the 'most beautiful race in the world'

Alfa Romeo has renewed its partnership with the ‘most beautiful race in the world’ providing the organizers with a fleet of thirty Giulia and Stelvio, official cars of the 1000 Miglia 2019.

The 37th historical continuation of what Enzo Ferrari liked to call the ‘most beautiful race in the world’ will take place from May 15 to 18 on the traditional Brescia-Rome-Brescia route.

The incredible event will once again feature the Italian marque, Alfa Romeo as the main sponsor, with the synergy between the brand and one of historical re-enactments of all time has been renewed for another three years.

Several Alfa Romeomodels, generally preserved in the Alfa Romeo Storico Museum – La macchina del tempo in Arese, belonging to the FCA Heritage collection, department of the Group dedicated to protect and promote the historical heritage of the Italian brands of FCA, will be present at the Brescia event.

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Alfa Romeo renews its collaboration with the ‘most beautiful race in the world’ – ©Alfa Romeo

8C 2300 CORTO MILLE MIGLIA

ENGINE
Front, longitudinal vertical, straight-eight, twin blocks and head in light alloy, two valves per cylinder, gear driven double overhead camshafts, single carburettor, supercharger, distributor ignition.

ENGINE DISPLACEMENT
2336 cc (65×88 mm)

POWER AND TORQUE
155 hp at 5200 rpm

TRANSMISSION
Rear-wheel drive, front multiple dry-plate clutch, four speeds + reverse

CHASSIS
Longerons and cross members in pressed steel

BODYWORK
Open racing two-seater

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In addition to these historical gems, a fleet of thirty Giulia and Stelvio will join the parade.

1000 Miglia

The 1000 Miglia began in 1927, which begins and finishes in Brescia, passing through Rome and then climbing the Italian peninsula with a total of 1,600 kilometers equivalent to a thousand imperial miles. In 1928, during the second edition, Alfa Romeo won the individual and team titles, and its eight vehicles completed the race successfully.

The total victories in the race that took place until 1957 were eleven, a record that can no longer be beaten and that shows the indissoluble link between two brands that shine with their own light in the motor world.

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