Wednesday, 21 February 2018 09:00

Alfa Romeo 177: an all-Italian Alfa F1

Originally written by Roberto Motta and published at, reproduction after permission

Modified by Angelos Fotsinos

Even though many people have not heard of it, the Alfa Romeo 177 is one of the most important cars in the long racing history of Alfa Romeo.

Translated by Vagelis Kelemenis

Open wheels as well as open cockpit (open-wheel and open-cockpit series) are, admittedly, the most distinct and fundamental features that distinguish a F1 type of car from a Prototype of endurance racing.

Translated by Nikos Arvanitis

Mexican GP, October 21-23 1966.
The Formula 1 circus moved to the country of the Aztecs for the 9th and last race of a season, that its outcome was sealed definitely by the implementation of three-liter engines, rather than the 1.5 liter engines which were in effect last year.
Both Lotus and BRM were half prepared ahead of the rule changes, contrary to Ferrari and Cooper (with the latter signing collaboration with Maserati).

Translated by Giannis Binas


What if Minardi’s budget was always limited and the potential for distinctions delimited in advance?

Translated by Giannis Binas


At the era when the scales between driver and car tilted to the former…

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