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Submitted by Nick Wright on Tue, 17/10/2017 - 09:40
October 2017 Summary
The October issue is once again packed with feature articles to keep you interested and entertained: Jon Dooley’s report on Goodwood Revival will make your heart race while Simon Adkins article will tell you how it really is to race. Peter Collins writes up and photographs the lovely pre-war Alfas on La Leggenda Di Bassano tour in Italy, Michael Edwards (the winner of the 2016 AROC raffle) enjoys the Arese Museum and Ken Carrington whips up interest in his ‘final’ Andiamo a Milano tour.
Closer to home, there’s Warren Evans on the NC500, David Faithful at Curborough and John Griffiths at MITCAR, while Ed McDonough’s explanation of the 105 series and the early Giulias surely answers just about all the questions in What’s In A Name? Rounding up with a report on the re-launch of Unity, the Alfa dealer in Oxford; the value of ceramic coatings on new and not so new Alfas, and the pleasure of model Alfas, there’s something for everyone amongst these pages. Of course, we still offer you our regulars – Richard Murtha, the Lancashire Section Secretary, answers the questions in AROC Lives, Jamie enjoys the vagaries of a Montreal engine, Haydn despairs over his 164, John William wonders how old your tyres are, Richard Murtha returns to racing in Competition Corner and the Sections and Registers bring us up to date after the Summer.
All this and information on the forthcoming General Meeting of the Club in York at the end of October, along with details of those standing for election and re-election to the Board. The meeting is open to all AROC members, please remember to bring your membership card.