Precious historic cars of the Alfa Romeo, Abarth, Lancia and Fiat brands are taking part in the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which is held every year on the famous estate of Lord March.
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FCA Heritage is an unmissable presence at the 2017 edition of one of the most important international events dedicated to motorsports, the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The event features hillclimb races, themed shows and exhibitions of historic and modern cars, drawing around 200,000 enthusiasts and collectors from around the world every year.
Alfa Romeo is represented by four precious models from the brand’s Historical Museum in Arese: a 1970 1750 GTAm, a 1970 33.3 litre Le Mans, a 1993 155 V6 Ti DTM and a 1977 Brabham BT45-Alfa Romeo.
FCA Heritage is completing the lineup with a 1989 Lancia Delta HF Integral 16V Group A, a 1983 Lancia LC2 and a 1976 Fiat 131 Abarth Rally Gr.4.
The classic cars are on display at the Main Paddock and some of them are the main attraction in the Goodwood Hillclimb, a 2 km "mixed-fast" course with an elevation change of nearly 100 metres and a high level of technical difficulty that severely tests the concentration of even the world’s best drivers.
Also on show at Goodwood are the latest models from FCA, whose attendance at the event confirms its strong link between past and present. Alfa Romeo’s first ever SUV, the Stelvio, is making its first foray onto UK roads in the famous Goodwood Hillclimb. The award-winning Giulia is also on display with the Veloce version and the range-topping Giulia Quadrifoglio, as well as the 4C Coupé and the Giulietta Veloce.
Meanwhile, Abarth aficionados can get a close-up look at the new Abarth 124 Spider, the Abarth 695 Rivale, the Abarth 695 XSR Yamaha and the Abarth 124 Rally.