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MILLE MIGLIA 2014

MILLE MIGLIA 2014

The Brand Alfa Romeo has participated, as a Gold Sponsor, to the 2014 edition of the historical race Mille Miglia, according to Enzo Ferrari the "most beautiful race in the world", which took place between Thursday 15 and Sunday 18 May on the famous route Brescia - Rome - Brescia, touching some of the most picturesque locations in Italy.


Alfa Romeo raced with three official cars belonging to the Historical Museum: 6C 1750 Gran Sport (1930), 6C 1500 Super Sport (1928) and 2000 Sportiva (1954); it took part to the event also a Giulietta Sprint (1954), prototype # 2, representing the model-icon which this year celebrates 60 years of life.


In conjunction with the 2014 Mille Miglia, Alfa Romeo has organized a series of activities in order to give all fans an immersive 'Brand Experience'.
In Brescia and Rome there were stands of the brand celebrating the anniversary of the Giulietta, with the exposure of important historical models and current production, and proposals created by young promising designers who, in real time, made sketches based on the concept of "Alfa Romeo's future", inspired at the same time by the cars that have made the history of Alfa Romeo and participated in the Mille Miglia.

In Padua, instead, the artist Jonathan Calugi / Machas has turned into "Art Car" a MY 2014 Giulietta 2.0 Diesel 150 hp, decorated "dusting" between Thursday and Friday night. The work was transferred Saturday into Piazza della Vittoria in Brescia, and was the star of the event organized by Radio Number One for the Night Fest.

MILLE MIGLIA 2014

MILLE MIGLIA 2014

During the Mille Miglia 2014, in the 17th and 18th of May, there also took place the first official meeting of the Supercars Alfa Romeo 4C and 8C owners.


The new Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari was the meeting point of the participants, who then reached the Varano de 'Melegari Circuit using the special roadbook made for the event by the world rally champion Miki Biasion. Once at the Autodromo "Richard Bollard", the group had the opportunity to test their cars on the track, putting them to the test in a series of exciting free spins.

 While staying at the circuit, attendees were able to enjoy the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale and 75 IMSA's Museo Storico, plus an Alfa Romeo 4C, Safety Car of the World Superbike Championship. After a dinner of local products, with a brief ceremony the official birth of the International Club and Alfa Romeo 8C Alfa Romeo 4C Owners Club was declared.

Sunday morning the caravan restarted towards Brescia. Left the Supercars at the dealer Bossoni Rezzato (BS), a shuttle accompanied the group to the Grandstand reserved in Viale Venezia, to see the arrival of the "classic" cars engaged in the Mille Miglia race, where the Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS (Zagato) 1930 was awarded in second place, while the "6C 1500 Super Sport" 1928 was sixth.

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