Alfa Romeo Challenge

The Alfa Romeo Challenge. Working on their racer under a party tent with only one mechanic, or with a full crew with huge trailers and hospitality units, these are the man and women of proper racing. Two qualifying practices on Saturday and races both days. On Sunday there is even a one hour race with mandatory pit stop for extra excitement.

Special Display

This year's Star of the Show is the Alfa 155, celebrating its 25th anniversary. At the Special Display you'll find a selection of the best examples. Apart from the 155s there will be a selection of rare classic Alfas that you will see only occasionnally outside events like the Spettacolo. You haven't met the new Stelvio yet? At the Spettacolo you will definitely see it.

Paddocks

For visitors the pitboxes and paddock are the most attractive places to be. Normally they are not accessible on racing days. Traditionally during the Spettacolo you have the freedom to go wherever you would like to go (pit lane excluded). Don't forget to bring your camera with the batteries charged and the memory card emptied, there is such a lot to see. For example: watch the mechanics from the Alfa Romeo Challenge teams working on the cars from close by.

Pitboxen

A part of the pitbox area and paddock are transformed into the Spettacolo esplanade. Here you will find the SCARB club desk and club shop. We offer a wide range of Alfa-related clothing and collectibles such as T-shirts, sweaters, umbrellas, pens and some articles to give that special effect to your Alfa Romeo. In other pitboxes retailers will be selling miniatures, everything you need for car cleaning, books, oils and new and used spares. In one of the pitboxes a group of scale model collectors shows a wide variety of Alfa 155 miniatures.

Grandstands and pit roof

Take the opportunity to relax and have an overview of a large part of the circuit from the grandstand or the roof of the pitboxes. From here you can watch the racing cars and all members' Alfas going around the track.

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