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GlobalSubitoCorse is an online resource truly devoted to classic transaxle Alfa Romeo cars. A source of info and help for owners and fans.

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GlobalWe try to compile and share useful info and documentation, creating a general knowledge to use, enjoy, maintain and race our cars.

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GlobalWe develope brand new racing parts for all transaxle chassis type Alfa Romeo, as used by Autodelta and AlfaCorse works cars, both for rally and track.

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GlobalWe truly believe specialization is the key for classic car services. There're lots of Alfa relates websites but transaxle need their own resource.

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Rara avis: Condor Aguzzoli

There is much more behind the Official History of Italian SportCars, ussually writen by Ferrari, Alfa, Maserati and Lamborghini. Behind these four top marques and its creations there were a miriad of small workshops, fuelled by dreams of one of two men, struggling to build sports cars suppling money and tecnology with pure heart and  true devoted fan spirit. These workshops build a great number of now forgotten cars. But some of these are trully masterpieces and they now had won a place in History by its own.

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Alfettas in rallyes: 1975 Rally Tour de Corse

Possibly one of the best remebered and most comented race in Alfetta history. The works Autodelta Alfetta GTV Group 2 raced the 1975 Rallye Tour de Corse with Jean Claude Andruet at the wheel. For this rallye, the car featured a especial 2 litre engine with 16 valve head. This engine was not raced again by the Alfettas.

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Alfettas in rallyes: 1976 Rally Coppa Valtellina

1976 Rally Coppa Valtellina, Italian Rally Championship. Diver Perego-Cotelli, Alfetta GT 1800 Group 2. The Team formed by Mella - Porro drove a Group 1 Alfetta Sedan.

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Alfettas in rallyes: 1978 Rally 4 Regioni

Some pictures fo the 1978 Rally 4 Regioni. Valid for the Italian Rally Championship and one of the toughtest evets, with more than 1600km over changing road surfaces. Winner team was Carello-Perissinot with Lancia Stratos. Pregliasco reached 3rd position with the Alfetta GT after losing a hard battle with Vudafieri and his Stratos.

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Alfettas in rallyes: 1974 San Martino di Castrozza

1974 San Martino di Castrozza rally was valid for European Championship and saw one of the first serious outings of the Group 2 Alfettas with Amilcare Ballestrieri driving the works Autodelta Alfetta GT, with a 1800c engine with a GTAm twin plug head. Also the Group 2 Alfetta Sedan was raced with Luciano Trombotto as driver.

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1983 Safari Rally - Sandro Munari and the GTV6

In 1983, Alfa Romeo decided to race one of the toughest rallyes in the world: the Safariy. Then, Autodelta build a GTV6 2.5, with Group 2 specifications for italian rally ace Sandro Munari. The engine developed 230bhp and was prepared to resist the incissive sand and the dirt of the Kenia roads.

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