Drift Snow Training in the Swiss Alps
Jan21

Drift Snow Training in the Swiss Alps

Playing in the snow with Alfa Romeo means having an awesome time behind the steering wheel! Have you ever been to Engadin? It is an area in southern Switzerland which lies very close to Italy, only one hour away to drive, more precisely. Around the Valley of Engadin there is this beautiful nature with deep woods, crystal clear lakes and some typical alpine roads you just have to drive. For example...

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Alfa Romeo Winter Drive
Dec23

Alfa Romeo Winter Drive

Experiencing the Austrian Alps on an epic drive with the MY2020 Stelvio and Giulia When I arrive at the Stuttgart airport with my Giulia Veloce TI at 5am on Wednesday morning, I still don’t know how this day would turn out. The expectations are high and so is my anticipation. A few hours later approaching Innsbruck, however, things are already becoming a bit clearer. The impressive Alps with their snow-covered peaks,...

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How to enjoy the Alps the Italian way
Nov02

How to enjoy the Alps the Italian way

Or how to really enjoy the Alps with more than 3,000 Italian horsepower. A travel report of a different kind. A holiday in the Alps is something relaxing, decelerating and wonderful! One thinks of boundless idyllic nature… Somehow one has the feeling, one travels to another planet, if one is used to the Central German landscape. Sometimes it only takes a few days to recharge the batteries in this unique piece of earth....

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Chantilly Alfa & Elegance
Jul16

Chantilly Alfa & Elegance

It’s one day before National Alfa Day and, at 4AM on a Saturday morning, I leave London going in the opposite direction. Have I gone mad? Maybe. There is a chance I have just  been intoxicated by the lure of a techno monster. And the anticipation of encountering it on the banks of a pedicured Le Notre pond.     In the tranquil surroundings of a splendid French castle, the elusive Carabo made a rare appearance. We just...

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The Modenese Connection
Apr19

The Modenese Connection

With its unique concentration of manufacturers, racetracks, museums, clubs and private collections, the Italian region of Emilia Romagna has rightly gained the appellation “Motor Valley”. If this part of Italy famous worldwide for its supercars and its gastronomy ever needed a capital, I think that honour would go to Modena and not to the official administrative centre of the region that is Bologna. The rivalry born in...

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