Well… at least in name.
The backmarkers known as Sauber will wear the serpenti beginning in 2018, but at least to start with, that’s about all. Ferrari powerplants will be supplied to the team along with technical know-how from Maranello.
Sauber Formula One Team have announced a multi-year technical and commercial partnership agreement with Alfa Romeo. The Italian car manufacturer, which is part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), will be joining the Sauber F1 Team as Title Sponsor from 2018 onwards. By doing so, Alfa Romeo is returning to Formula One after more than 30 […]
via Sauber F1 Team enters a multi-year partnership agreement with Alfa Romeo — F1 Paddock Pass
Enjoy them while you can.
For several years Sam Posey provided color commentary for Grand Prix racing broadcasts on American television. Unfortunately his on-air career was cut short by Parkinson’s Disease.
Continue reading Posey on F1
So, this is Les.
Les enjoys racing vintage cars.
Continue reading Be Careful What You Wish For
We spend a lot of time and words on what autonomous cars can do, but sometimes it’s a more interesting question to ask what they can’t do. The limitations of a technology are at least as important as its capabilities. That’s what this little bit of performance art tells me, anyway. Read More
via Laying a trap for self-driving cars — TechCrunch
Recently ran across this post about the liquidation of an old-school Alfa Romeo dealership located in New Jersey. Actually, the post is about a visit to the time capsule before the liquidation took place. The auction was held earlier this year.
It intrigued me because in a former life I managed to collect quite a few Italian cars.
It was the summer of 2015 when my good friend EC informed me that he had been given “permission” to visit a stash of Alfas. At that time, EC was on the hunt for an Alfa Romeo of his own, and he believed that he might find the car of his dreams at this location. He invited me along to help with the evaluation, on the strict condition that I tell NO ONE […]
via My Secret Visit to a Shuttered Alfa Romeo Dealership — richardscarblog