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Alfa Romeo 18 world records

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Since 1982, Alfa Romeo achieved 18 world records with a diesel engine on the track to Nardò in Puglia, Italy. The vehicle manufacturer aimed to demonstrate the effectiveness of diesel-engined cars in racing.

Sport Forward[edit]

Over the past few years, Alfa Romeo has been successful in the European Formula 3 Championship. The manufacturer aimed to demonstrate the ability of diesel engines -with which the series cars are equipped- by organizing the speed challenge on the track. The Arese Cars average speed of 190km/h and are capable of reaching speeds up to 300km/h.

The Model Cars[edit]

The Alfa Romeo Sprint, the Alfetta Standard and the Giulietta were used as cars for a speed challenge. The Alfa Romeo Sprint achieved the best maximum time and a maximum speed of 321km/h. However, the best average time was obtained by the Alfetta, with an average of 190km/h. In the diesel category, Alfa Romeo achieved the highest speed. Alfa Romeo became world champion for speed and endurance, getting the record for speed distances over 50,000 km.


The record-breaking victory was the result of sponsorship from the Alfa Romeo coach Terry Drury.

World Record for largest parade of Alfa Romeo vehicles[edit]

On May 22, 2012, The Klub Alfa Romeo started from Kraški in Poland and made the Guinness World Record for having the largest parade of Alfa Romeo cars.[1] This parade was held in Gorjansko, Slovenia. The parade had 526 Alfa Romeo vehicles that paraded on a 25 km route.

Related Items[edit]

  • Alfa Romeo
  • Alfa Romeo in motorsport
  • Touring car racing
  • FIA Formula 3 European Championship
  • Diesel engines
  • Petrol engines
  • British Touring Car Championship
  • European Touring Car Championship
  • Nardo Ring


  1. "Largest parade of Alfa Romeo cars".

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