Today at the Autosport International Show, we are delighted to announce Enzari have made an agreement to become the official media partner and a sponsor of the 750 Motor Club – Alfa Romeo Championship. The series is running for the 39th time this year, running every year since 1982. The series aims to provide exciting and high quality racing that, despite its long history, is always trying to move forward and keep with modern motorsport. The championship races at 6 different circuits across the year with 14 races in total. This partnership will allow for Enzari readers to get fantastic race coverage and race reports during race weekends. It will also offer an incredible opportunity for us to get the insights of the drivers, and get their opinions on the race weekends. We will also keep you up to date with the latest news in the championship. Firstly however, we hope to give you a quick rundown of the championship before the first race of the season on the 5th of April at Silverstone.
The tracks used are some of the best in the UK, and the different styles of circuits, ranging from the twisty Oulton Park to high speed Anglesey Circuit. Historic circuits such as Silverstone and Brands Hatch are also included, providing a different challenge for drivers to adapt to each and every weekend. The theme of contrast in this championship continues from the circuits to the cars.
Unlike traditional 1-make championships, multiple models of cars are allowed. 12 different Italian marques raced in 2019, and 4 more are expected for this season. If you want to race however, and you don’t want to drive an Alfa Romeo, other Italian cars are permitted, such as Fiats, Abarths and Lancias. Obviously due to the variety, there is a class system enforced.
This allows for unlimited capacity production based Alfa Romeos, Fiats and Lancias. They all run on slick tyres and are allowed to be turbocharged or supercharged. Sequential gearboxes are also permitted.
This class also allows for Alfa Romeos, Fiats and Lancias. It also allows for many modifications, however all cars must run to a maximum power to weight ratio in order to be eligible.
Twin Spark Cup
This is for Alfa Romeos that use the 2000 cc 16v twin spark engine. All cars also run on the Yokohama AO48 Control tyres.
They also run an Italian invitation class for any cars that want to race, but do not meet the 3 class regulations.
2019 saw an extremely close battle between Tom Hill from the TS class and Dave Messenger from the PT class for the overall championship. Hill edged out his rival by 5 points, for his second consecutive championship, in his Alfa Romeo Twinspark 156, plus was placed P9 in the Autosport Top 10 Club Driver of the year. https://alfaracer.com/top-10-club-drivers-2019/
We hope that the 2020 season can be just as exhilarating and we hope that you will enjoy our upcoming coverage of this season’s 750 Motor Club Alfa Romeo Championship.
Come and say hello at the Autosport International Show where the Power Trophy AlfaRomeo MiTo racecar is on display with the 750MotorClub. Stand 2280, Hall 2