As part of the activities marking the brand's 100th anniversary, the Italian Alfa Romeo Register (RIAR) is organizing an international rally for all Alfa Romeo enthusiasts worldwide. The event, officially supported by Alfa Romeo, will take place on 26 (Saturday) and 27 (Sunday) June in Milan, the city where the brand was founded on 24 June 1910.
Alfa Romeo aims to gather more than 3000 names for this event and said that the participants will parade their cars through the streets in the center of Milan on the afternoon of 26 June. The following day on the morning of 27 June, all participants will take part in a record breaking display by forming a long line of Alfa Romeos, all bearing the characteristic "Biscione" emblem on the roof.
A statue donated by RIAR and enthusiasts worldwide will be presented during a special ceremony. The statue, said to be inspired by the iconic Alfa Romeo 1900 Disco Volante, is designed by Centro Stile Alfa Romeo in collaboration with artist Agostino Bonalumi.
Those interested in taking part in the two-day event can register at www.alfisti.com and fill in the form in the Centenary section.