1000 MIGLIA 2024: YET ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR ALFA ROMEO

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July 1, 2024

1000 MIGLIA 2024: YET ANOTHER TRIUMPH FOR ALFA ROMEO

At the Rebuffone Gardens on Viale Venezia, Brescia – the traditional and historic starting and finishing point of the 1000 Miglia – the 1929 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Super Sport driven by Vesco and Salvinelli was the first to cross the finish line of the 42nd historical re-enactment of the “1000 Miglia,” now a regularity race reserved for models that ran in the historic 1000 Miglia speed race or were produced in the same period (between 1927 and 1957). 

Yet another victory for Alfa Romeo, a brand that thus confirms a very close bond with this race, full of charm, style and adventure. 

On the third step of the podium, another Alfa Romeo car driven by the duo of Aliverti and Valente, like the winners aboard another 1929 GC 1750.

The two priceless cars lined up by the official Alfa Romeo team, an endeavor partly made possible by constant support from Stellantis Heritage staff, both managed to finish the grueling regularity race for vintage cars. There was great enthusiasm from the public who came to admire and get up close and personal with the leading crews who drove these fantastic cars this year.

From Brescia to Turin, from Genoa and the beaches of Viareggio to Via Veneto in the heart of Rome, then returning north via Siena, Ferrara and Lake Garda, to end with the traditional parade on Viale Venezia in Brescia, where it all began back in 1927: once again this year, the pass-by of this epic “traveling museum” aroused enthusiasm and curiosity among the throngs of spectators who crowded the route of over 2 000 km. They were also able to appreciate – on the move for the first time – the style and performance of the Alfa Romeo Junior, the new compact car that brings Alfa Romeo sportiness back into the largest segment in the European market.

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classic corner & resoration

Classic cars are the next big investment. As such the sector of restoration is growing in the realms of collision repair and it’s definitely the “sexier” side of the business. There are many opportunities to create exotic special-builds as well as keep timeless beauties in mint condition.

Driven

With three motoring-journalists on our staff, we are able to test drive and review some of the latest models available on our roads as well as attend the latest model launches.

TRAINING

Knowledge is power. Training is key to up-skilling repairers as models launch onto our local roads faster than we can count. We also need to grow new talent into the collision repair industry. Courses are available to help and organisations are in place to train – this information is in Industry Index.

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