Italian car owners gathered with their cars in Buenos Aires as Scuderia Italia, a division of the Club Alfa Romeo de ArgRaduno Italiano  Trofeo Pirelli

05.04.2008 CLASSIC ITALIAN MACHINES HIT THE STREETS OF BUENOS AIRES

Club Alfa Romeo de Argentina

Italian car owners gathered with their cars in Buenos Aires as Scuderia Italia, a division of the Club Alfa Romeo de Argentina, splendidly organised the second edition of the Raduno Italiano Trofeo Pirelli.

Scuderia Italia, a division of the Club Alfa Romeo de Argentina, organised the second edition of the Raduno Italiano Trofeo Pirelli, event which was held on March 29th in Buenos Aires and brought together Italian car owners' and their machines.

Such a singular and exciting meeting, which took place with the support of the Italian Embassy in Argentina, saw 48 beautiful Italian vehicles from through the marque's history gathering together; Raduno Italiano Trofeo Pirelli swiftly became a social and cultural event, with all participants enjoying a true Italian atmosphere.

The participants and visitors had the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing morning's itinerary, starting with a breakfast at Modena Design, located in the Recoleta neighbourhood, while everyone was able to admire a superb and evocative collection of Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Maserati and Lancia models, along with a Cagiva Mito motorcycle, the array of machines parked on the Figueroa Alcorta Avenue.

While some participants decided to take this event as a different ride, other members took part in the main competition, a short 100 km distance rally. The day's pleasant journey finished at the splendid Italian restaurant, Italpast, at Campana City where the enthusiasts tasted delicious Italian food, and spent an enjoyable time listening Italian music from a singer, among the other amenities.

This year's Raduno Italiano Trofeo Pirelli edition was made possible through the support of Pirelli Neumaticos, Respol-YPF, Gruppo Modena and Modena Alfa (the local Alfa Romeo importer), Heladerias Fragola, Bodega Cristobal 1492, Whitefly and Lynx Cargo International. For further information on the Club Alfa Romeo de Argentina and further images of this event visit www.clubalfaromeo.com.ar

by Edgardo Petrizzo
 

Photo: Club Alfa Romeo de Argentina / 2008 Interfuture Media/Italiaspeed