Back to the Monza circuit: Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale returns to the scene of its debut

Same day, same place, a new chapter in the brand's history. Alfa Romeo's iconic 33 Stradale returns to the Monza circuit 56 years after its legendary debut.

On August 31st, the same day it was originally unveiled in 1967, the new 33 Stradale returns "home" to celebrate 'Made in Italy' and Alfa Romeo’s glorious sporting tradition. Crafted with exquisite artisanal precision and limited to just 33 units, the new "two-seater" supercar graces the pit lane with Alfa Romeo drivers Bottas and Zhou Guanyu.

Celebrating 'Made in Italy' and the brand's sporting heritage, the return coincided with the Italian Grand Prix, where Alfa Romeo's F1 team sported a special livery inspired by the 33 Stradale. This homecoming is a tribute to the fusion of racing and road cars, marking Alfa Romeo's re-entry into motorsport with the 33 Project.

Born from the famed Tipo 33 racing car, the 33 Stradale, designed by Franco Scaglione, has always embodied thrilling performance and timeless beauty. Today, right in front of the Alfa Romeo F1 Team’s box, the same powerful emotions were on display when the spotlight fell on the new 33 Stradale: a veritable "manifesto" of the Italian brand's capabilities—now and in the future—in terms of style and driving experience.