Ferrari and Alfa Romeo present special F1 cars for Monza

The Monza Grand Prix, which takes place this weekend, is always a very important event for Italian brands. Italian spectators and motorsport fans will be on hand to support the teams from Formula 1 Ferrari and Alfa Romeo. For this occasion, each with a special livery, and something to celebrate.

Ferrari pays tribute to its Le Mans victory

For Ferrari, it's hard not to pay tribute to its superb victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. For the occasion, both cars and drivers will wear the red, black and yellow colors of the Ferrari 499P hypercar that won Le Mans.


The Ferrari drivers will of course do their utmost to please the home tifosis.

Charles Leclerc: "This is a really unique race for me. Running in front of our fans and feeling their support from the moment I leave the hotel gives me an extra boost and I'm ready to give my best to make them happy."


Carlos Sainz: "Being a Formula 1 driver is great, but being a Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 driver is fantastic. Yesterday, we had to attend several events in Milan, and the affection Charles and I felt from the fans warmed our hearts and gave us another reason to do our best."

Alfa Romeo promotes its new supercar

In case you missed it, Alfa Romeo has unveiled its new supercar, the 33 Stradale.


Alfa Romeo will pay homage to this by dressing its C43 cars in a livery with the golden accents of the new 33 Stradale, the livery of its C43 cars will turn heads. It was developed with the Centro Stile d'Alfa Romeo to be both classic and modern, elegant and aggressive.

Jean-Philippe Imparato, Director of Alfa Romeo: "With the new 33 Stradale, we wanted to create something that would live up to our past, serve the Alfa Romeo brand and make Alfisti proud. Such a result could only be achieved thanks to the expertise, hard work and passion of our team, supported by a management team with a clear ambition to help write the chapters of the brand's future, while respecting its unique history."


In our opinion, this is the most beautiful Alfa Romeo livery of the season. It's a pity that a nice paint job doesn't allow the car to go faster...


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  1. It's a shame that Sauber and Alfa Romeo didn't bother to finish on a high note instead of dropping down the rankings race after race (not to mention Bottas, who is less excusable than Zhou).
    But Alfa needs to get its act together with Haas to at least keep the Alfa name in F1.... It's vital for both.

  2. As for Ferrari, instead of acting the fool, they'd do better to put the money aside and throw it into developing the team (new members and training courses for the teams' mechanics) and for Leclerc to stop always wanting to bring it back while concentrating on 2024, Sainz included.

    • It seems that Ferrari is preparing for 2024, by starting from scratch... For Alfa to stay in F1, yes, but it would need to put in a lot more resources. Will the brand want that?

      • Remaining a sponsor would allow us to have a foot in the door, as we do now, knowing that Haas also has premises at or near Ferrari.

    • 3rd and 4th at Monza is great, but it's a shame Carlos cracked under Max's pressure and damaged his right tire, otherwise he might have finished second.
      This single-seater, like the previous one, attacks its tires too much 🛞.
      Leclerc played the kamikaze again, and if Sainz had done the same to him, we'd have heard him whining again.

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