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.
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
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.
Sponsor and Partnership
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
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. This parade was held in Gorjansko, Slovenia. The parade had 526 Alfa Romeo vehicles that paraded on a 25 km route.
- 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
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