A true icon. Symbol of the perfect balance between innovative technology, winning performance and Italian design, the legendary 33 Stradale turns 50 years old. The ideal expression of the link between the racing world and on-road cars, It was presented on 31 August 1967 at the Monza circuit, on the eve of the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix.
The 33 Stradale's timeless beauty, created by the genius of Franco Scaglione, and the technology directly derived from the Tipo 33, make it one of Alfa Romeo's most representative icons: a superlative member of a family of cars born to win.
The Alfa Romeo Museo Storico in Arese pays homage to this car, and to the 33 project of racing cars, in a temporary exhibition with a 33-stop itinerary retracing their history, the key figures involved, and the successes achieved. This symbiosis is perfectly encapsulated by the event’s title: "33: Necessary beauty".
The exhibition continues with five of the 6 concept cars derived from the 33 chassis, created by great masters of car design: Carabo, Iguana, 33/2 Speciale, Cuneo and Navajo. These are followed by the 33/2 Daytona, 33/3, 33 TT12 and 33 SC12 turbo racing cars and many more chapters of a history that has had a lasting influence on all Alfa Romeo output, from 1967 to the present day.
The exhibition awaits you at the Alfa Romeo Museo Storico in Arese.
Discover all the information on “33 Stradale: Necessary Beauty” event here.