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Alfa Romeo Celebrates Its 99th Birthday at Goodwood Festival of Speed

A year shy of the Italian sporting marque’s 100th birthday, Alfa Romeo will be preparing for next year’s Centenary with an historic hill climb by the first 8C Spider production car to be seen on the move in Britain, at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

A firm favourite at last year’s British Motor Show, the Alfa 8C Spider – based on the 4.7litre V8 Alfa 8C Competizione coupe – will be joined on the hill by iconic motor racing cars from Alfa Romeo’s historic museum collection in Arese, Italy.

Alfa Romeo Severs the Last Slender Link With Its Birthplace

Alfa Romeo Centro Stile is now closing down it’s current location on the site of the former Alfa Romeo factory at Arese. breaking a century old link between the car maker and the City of Milan.

Alfa Romeo's very first cars were produced at a factory in the Portello suburb of Milan in 1910. The Alfa Romeo logo, the Biscione, famously bears the ancient crest of the Viscontis of Milan dating back to the 11th century and the crusades.

England Polo Star Falls for Sleek Italian Beauty

England Polo team member, and formerly England’s highest handicapped player, Henry Brett, has added some Italian flair to the polo scene by jumping into a stunning Alfa Brera S V6.

Specifically designed for the British roads, the Brera S perfectly complements Henry’s style and passion for all things fast and elegant.

Drive an Alfa MiTo for Under £150 a Month

Following news that Alfa Romeo has backed the Government’s scrappage scheme, the Italian sporting car manufacturer has announced a remarkable PCP finance deal that means eligible motorists can drive away a brand new Alfa MiTo, without any deposit, for just £146.50 a month.


Alfa Romeo Bucks Sales Trend

Against a backdrop of falling new car sales in Britain, and a UK market 28.5 per cent down on 2008 year-to-date, Italian sporting car manufacturer, Alfa Romeo, is bucking the trend by posting buoyant sales results in the past two consecutive months.


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