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French Businessman Alexandre Darraq founded alfa Romeo in Milan during the year 1910. The “Alfa” in Alfa Romeo comes from the company’s original name A.L.F.A. which stood for “Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobil.”
Alfa Romeo Founding
Romeo was added to the company’s name when Naples businessman, Nicola Romeo acquired the company during World War 1 financial turbulence and ultimately saved the company from going under.
Similar to the company’s such as BMW, Alfa Romeo began manufacturing aircraft engines and military products that saved the company financially and led to the revitalization of their car production.
Alfa Romeo Logo
The logo that Alfa Romeo has sported for years is classic and hasn’t changed since 1909. Part banner of the emblem of Milan and part symbolism of the defeat of Moors, Alfa Romeo’s logo represents Italian pride and history.
Alfa Romeo Racing
After Alfa Romeo was established in 1910, the company focused its efforts on building top-notch racing vehicles around 1911 and won the following prestigious events:
- Formula 1 Grand Prix
- Indy Racing Series
- 24-hour race
Fun Alfa Romeo Facts
- Alfa Romeo won back to back Formula 1 championships in 1950 and 1951
- The Pope owned a luxury Alfa Romeo 2600 series model
- Italian Police tend to drive Alfa Romeo 159 models
- Fiat purchased Alfa Romeo in 1986 and helped the company bounce back
- During World War II, Mussolini helped turn Alfa Romeo into a luxury manufacturer
Top Alfa Romeo Classics
The Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva 1954 is considered to be one of the most excellent sports cars ever built during the 1950s. Both reliable and fast, the 2000 Sportiva is designed for road use. Inspiring many sports car designs of the future, the 2000 Sportiva is an Alfa Romeo icon.
Created in 1967, the T33/2 Stradale Prototipo combines style and fun in this beautiful classic with a powerful engine to top it all off. Featuring a lightweight body of only 700 kg, the T33 Stradale is fun and easy to drive with additional cooling elements such as butterfly doors.
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