Alfa Romeo Championship gears up for it’s 40th year

2021 see’s the 750 Motor Club Alfa Romeo Championship running for the 40th consecutive year and although 2020 was a bit of a ‘damp squid’ due to the pandemic meaning races where affected as well as limitations on spectators, the Championship can’t wait to get underway again this year.

Placing great value on their distinguished racing heritage but also a forward looking Championship, they are constantly moving with the times to ensure they provide close, exciting and high quality racing for drivers and spectators alike.

The championship also thrive on variety in contrast to most one-make Championships – 8 different models of Alfa Romeo raced with in 2020 and they are expecting at least 4 additional models to join the grid in 2021.

Racing at all the major UK circuits over 6 race weekends through the season, with 12 races in total. As well as Alfa Romeos they welcome Fiat, Abarth and Lancia models in 2 of their classes.

It’s true that they are a friendly and supportive Championship, welcoming new and experienced drivers alike. Welcoming women drivers alike and have had 2 women champions in recent years. They look upon themselves as a racing community, helping and respecting other competitors and promoting clean, close exciting racing, so if you are looking to race an iconic marque in this kind of environment you need look no further!

Racing an Alfa is also one of the most affordable ways to go racing, with build costs being relatively modest as are the prices of competitive models available for sale.

You can find out more information on the Championship here.

*Images @guyswarbrick / ARCA

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