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Alfa Romeo Championship Joins 750 Motor Club
Mon 07 Oct 2019
750 Motor Club is delighted to announced that with effect from the end of the 2019 season, the Alfa Romeo Championship will transfer to 750 Motor Club from the British Racing and Sports Car Club (BRSCC).
With nearly four decades of racing history, the Alfa Romeo Championship features a grid spanning a huge variety of different models from the Italian marque, as well as allowing competitors with Fiat, Abarth and Lancia machinery. Three main classes (Modified, Power Trophy and Twin Spark Cup) cater for the different models in addition to the Italian Invitation class, meaning that grids include everything from a 33 to a Mito. The 750 Motor Club membership model is one which will favour the Alfas; offering the UK’s best value racing yet with a continual drive to offer the highest quality competitor experience and paddock for the club-level driver, as well as a host of other benefits to suit both novice and experienced racers.
“I’d like to thank the BRSCC for all their support and assistance of the championship in the past 36 years,” said Andy Robinson, Championship Coordinator. “The move to 750 Motor Club for 2020 onwards is one that will enable the championship to move forwards both in terms of recruiting a new generation of competitors and building grids, but also in order to promote new models whilst ensuring the long-term sustainability of a well-known formula with considerable heritage.”
The Alfa Romeo Championship 2020 calendar will be announced later in the year, however drivers can find out more at alfaracer.com
or come along to the 750 Motor Club garages 31-33 at MotorsportDaysLIVE
November at Silverstone where cars are available to test on track.
Photo: Paul Stone