1996, the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterchaft was dead and Bernie, at the time Vice-President of the FIA, was in control of the now so-called FIA International Touring Car Championship – ITCC – through the governing body ruling and working out the Championship. … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness, 1996, Alfa Corse misses it for good…
1995 or the turning point? That’s probably what Alfa Romeo and the Alfa Corse guys were thinking. It was to be a whole new season, regulations were changed and the Championship and calendar would go global. A turning point as … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness, 1995, Alfa Corse si scatena.
1994, and the Germans were not happy after the Italians and Alfa Corse took all the laurels during the 1993 season. However, there was no time for them to rest..! Yeah, 1993 had been a transition, the Germans had only … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness, 1994, Alfa Corse facing the German Blitzkrieg.
Not the usual bit of touring car here, not the usual motorsport sedan either even if might just look like an Alfa Romeo on steroids. No, the Alfa Romeo 155 V6 Ti is something quite exceptional in terms of development, technology … Continue reading #TouringCarMadness, The Alfa Romeo 155 V6 Ti, Fase Iniziale.
It all started in 1962 as three Maserati Tipo 151 were built for the Le Mans 24 Hours as the FIA introduced a nex “Experimental GT” class that year. One was for Johnny Simone’s Maserati France team and two for … Continue reading #Focus – The Maserati Tipo 151.
Ferrari, well we’ve never been fan of it. Truly we never understood why so many people loved that Italian manufacturer. Okay Enzo did look cool and on the engineering side, you can’t argue his saying of “Aerodynamics are for people … Continue reading #Focus – The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO a taste of Italian engineering !