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Portugal 2010

Some pictures from the Historic Rallye of Portugal 2010, where Jose Carlos Cabrera / Eusebio Abascal entered their Alfetta.

Macchina di rally: 1978 Alfetta GTV 2000 Grupo 2

Spain lives a real rush of Historic Navigation Rallyes. Numerous events are held every weekend with entries-lists that come easily to 50 vehicles. Minis, BMW and Porsches fill the closed-parks, being the other british, italian and french classics entered in notable few numbers. Anyway, it's easy to see Alfa Romeos, with Bertone designed 115 coupes and Spiders as the usual sight.


So if you see a dark rosso corse painted 116 Alfetta with black bonnets and huge Group 2 wheelarches, you can be sure that car is Jose Carlos Cabrera's Alfetta GTV Group 2 replica. Cabrera is a very active amateur driver, very old style, keeping his racing activity as part of life joys. He and his lifelong codriver, Eusebio Abascal, vere the first spanish team entry in the 80's Paris Dakar rally with a Poch Lada.

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