A board of passion
Vincenzo Lancia (1881- 1937) driving a Fiat 50 hp in 1908 Targa Florio, finished 2nd. His first car was built in 1907 - the 12 hp "Alfa", which included a lot of the technology now taken for granted, and he produced groundbreaking models such as the Lambda and the Aprilia. At 19 he was a test driver for Fiat. In 1900, in Fiat's second race. Lancia led the first lap of first French Grand Prix at Le Mans with a time of 53 minutes 42 seconds.
Lancia Beta advertisement. Circa 1984. The 1983 World Rally Championship season was the 11th season of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) World Rally Championship (WRC). The season consisted of 12 rallies. German Walter Röhrl, champion of the previous year despite his manufacturer's failed bid to capture the title, was tapped to drive for the Martini Racing team along with Finn Markku Alén in the new Lancia Rally 037 car. Lancia emerged on top winning 12 events
1989 Alfa Romeo SZ (Sprint Zagato), aka ES-30 (Experimental Sportscar 3.0 litre). The car was first unveiled as the ES-30 in 1989 at the Geneva Motor Show. Designed by Robert Opron & Antonio Castellana. The Alfa Romeo SZ was a two seat Hard top produced from 1989 to 1991. Alfa Romeo Built 1036 cars. The Alfa Romeo RZ (Roadster Zagato) was a convertible version produced from 1992 to 1994. Alfa Romeo built 284 cars making The Alfa Romeo RZ the lowest production Alfa Romeo ever built.