24 Comments on "An Alfa Romeo Affair – Driving the Giulia, 4C, GTA, Montreal, and Giulietta at Willow Springs"
A racing GTA, a Alpine-Renalt, a GT 40 and a Miura… that would be my automobile nirvana.
Hi everyone here on Petrolicious. My first car was a 1982 Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0. Although poor quality an emotional piece of car. I have to agree that besides the 8C the nowadays Alfa Romeos don’t have the sex appeal but Sergio pushes the whole Alfa portfolio to produce and sell more cars. From a business perspective understandable. I only miss one Alfa Romeo on this video: The Tipo 33 Stradale. What a hell of a car. If I had the money and would find one… Saluti dal Cuore Sportivo. Alberto
beautiful cars. shame the giulia isnt coming to the states with a stick. only way i would buy one.
Lovely, and amazing camera and post production design (color correction) this week. Fantastic. Fun seeing all the familiar faces!
The name of this song please….
For the record… there was a moment in time when 5 Alfas were running and capable of being driven down the road instead of being in the garage needing _____. 🙂
Had a very good friend in college who worshiped the GTV6. Brings me back.
gtv6, what a car!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
As always, I appreciate the high production values of films on Petrolicious. However, I’m not really fond of these extended infomercials, sponsored by a manufacturer…
never mind the sponsor when is the one and only Alfa Romeo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ferrari owes Alfa Romeo it’s own existence!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Stunning video, thanks again for creating such wonderful content. Petrolicious is the place for Alfisti to indulge in their passion for the brand, including myself. Thank you for that! What music did you use for this video if I may ask?
Thank you for sharing such a touching story. Sometimes the greatest joys are the smallest.
Strong stuff, thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing that story. Appreciated.
Deryl, thank you for sharing such a sensitive, personal story. I’m terribly sorry about Suban. Glad to know he felt alive talking about his Alfa. Powerful stuff.
Fun to see these cars at Willow.
I’m sorry man, maybe 4C, but lining up the new big fatso next to the classic Alfa just makes the new Giulia a fat ugly mockery of what Alfa Romeo USED TO stand for. Fine, it’s got wicked performance, but look at it, it looks like something Chinese had copied. It’s an unlikable looking car, which is really odd considering all the past Alfas, even the ugliest ones, were very likable looking. Oh, and one more thing, this was the worst of the paid-for-by film on Petrolicious list thus far.
Scuderia Adriano! Bravo! Fun video but even better to see and hear in person, which those of us in So Cal have the pleasure of doing.
Kind of a waste of film. Very artistic but it would have been nice to actually see the cars. It looked like a seek peek where you never really show the product. I’ll need to go to the alpha website to see what the car looks like.
Love the sounds and passion….and those Montreal headlamp covers! Would love to have seen the 8C in there as well.
Or the Giulia SS. Or an older 6C/8C. Or even Il Mostro. That’s the awesomeness about Alfa Romeo, one can’t even pick up just a few favorites, there’s too many to chose from.
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