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Alfa Romeo Unveils Eye-Catching Special Livery for Italian Grand Prix

Alfa Romeo has introduced a unique and captivating livery specifically designed for the F1 Italian Grand Prix. This exclusive design showcases gold accents and highlights, incorporating the colors of the Italian flag tricolore onto the engine cover. Throughout the Monza race weekend, both Alfa Romeo drivers, Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu, will sport this remarkable one-off appearance.

The Sauber-operated team, which has introduced several sponsor-related livery adjustments over the course of this year, will conclude its F1 partnership with Alfa Romeo at the culmination of the 2023 season. The Italian Grand Prix serves as a significant occasion, symbolizing the final home race of this partnership.

In honor of this momentous event, the team has chosen to pay homage to the launch of Alfa Romeo’s latest automobile, the 33 Stradale. This vehicle was initially unveiled at the Alfa Romeo Museum near Milan, and the livery draws inspiration from it, coinciding with the 56th anniversary of the car’s original launch.

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Sauber Team Principal Alessandro Alunni Bravi remarked, “As we approach our home race in Monza, it’s a pleasure to unveil this incredible livery, a true tribute not only to the 33 Stradale, but to Alfa Romeo as a whole and to the country it hails from, Italy.”

The partnership between the F1 team and Alfa Romeo will come to a close after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as the team gears up to transition into the official Audi factory team when the German automaker joins the series in 2026.

Alfa Romeo has expressed its intent to remain in the F1 paddock, and recent reports have linked the brand to a potential sponsorship deal with the Haas F1 team. While Haas F1 Team Principal Guenther Steiner indicated interest in collaborating with Alfa Romeo last June, formal discussions have not yet commenced.

 

Alfa Romeo F1 Team Italian GP livery

Alfa Romeo F1 Team Italian GP livery

Haas F1 already maintains a long-term title sponsorship agreement with Moneygram, and Steiner emphasized that any partnership with Alfa Romeo would need to accommodate this existing arrangement.

Hoping for a performance boost on the track, Alfa Romeo aims to leverage its new livery. The team has encountered challenges, failing to secure any points since the Canadian Grand Prix in June and currently holding the ninth position in the F1 World Constructors’ Championship, just ahead of Alpha Tauri.

In the previous race, the Dutch Grand Prix, Williams displayed significant progress in the battle among the lower-ranked teams. Alex Albon’s eighth-place finish propelled the British team four points ahead of Haas in the standings, claiming seventh place.

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