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Autodelta Photo Gallery: 1965 to 1981

by pete on December 31, 2013


1965: A GTA in front of the new Autodelta shop.

All images courtesy “Alfa Romeo Automobilismo Storico, Centro Documentazione (Arese, Milano)”
Results from http://www.italiancar.net/pilot/ms054.htm


1966: A life too short. The TZ2 would be retired to concentrate on the GTAs.

1967: The GTA's were successful in keeping the Porsches at bay even in Germany.

1967: The 2 liter T 33/2 Periscopica at the Nurburgring.

1968: The new 33/2 ‘Daytona’ was a Chiti-design, seen here at Daytona.

1969: The 33/3 in its 1969 form.

1970: The 33/3 at the Temporada in Argentina, de Adamich up.

1971: GTAm at Spa driven by Hezemans and Facetti.

1971: Vaccarella at home during the Targa Florio.

1972: Helmut Marko drove the 33TT3 at the Targa Florio

1973: Zeccoli tests the new 33TT12 on the Balocco track.

1974: The 33TT12 #4 before the start of the 1000km di Monza. Driven by Jacki Ickx-Rolf Stommelen, it concluded the race in 2nd place, behind the TT12 #3 of Arturo Merzario-Mario Andretti.

1975: Rallying with the Alfa GT.

1977: Second world championship with the last T33/12 SC.

1979: F1 racing with the Brabham team.

1979: Giacomelli debuts the Alfa-Alfa F1 car, the 177.



1981: Alfa Marlboro F1 racing with Mario Andretti.



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Toy de Carvalho December 31, 2013 at 10:05 am

Outstanding article. Thank you very and all the best for the new year.

toly arutunoff December 31, 2013 at 5:07 pm

When we contracted with Virgilio Conrero to build a motorcycle engine with our variable valve timing ideas (patented ‘65) he was bemoaning the family politics that took Alfa tuning away from him to the new Autodelta group…I think he said people in Autodelta were actually family relations to Alfa management..Shoulda bought that 2-liter sports racer sitting dusty in his shop for $5k asked. Oh well…never got any bux from the vvt patent either…

StephanP January 2, 2014 at 8:14 pm

What a great way for an Alfisti to start the new year.

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