13.04.2017 08:44 Age: 71 days

OKP @ Mugello 2017

Alfa Revival Cup

The Mugello Circuit has hosted on April 8-9 the first round of the Alfa Revival Cup 2017. Forty-six Alfa Romeo cars built from 1947 till 1981 arrived on the circuit on Friday to take part in the several sessions of free practice available for the drivers to learn the famous Tuscan track. On Saturday the thirty minutes of qualifying session started at 1.40 pm. This was an important occasion considering the number of cars entered and because it decided the starting order of the race:

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Some free time in the afternoon were used to give advices for the drivers and mainly left time to all mechanics to set up the cars in preparation for the race.

Amongst the GTA Junior 1300, the German Ondrak got the first place, followed by Zamuner-Bettati and Camilli of Tessaro team, also new to the series. The team Milla-Ferri, at the debut of the series with the oldest car in the grid, a white & green Giulietta Ti built in 1963, successfully ended the race. The overall classification of the Alfa Revival Cup 2017, with the application of the coefficient, which takes in consideration the period, class and capacity of each car race added to the score gained in the race, shows at the head the duo Guerra-Mischis with the Giulia Sprint GTA, followed by the German Ondrak of the OKP Racing Club with the GTA Junior 1300 and at the third place Verga with the GTV 2000. But the season is still long and each race is essential to gain important points to achieve the Alfa Revival Cup 2017. For these reasons it is important not to miss the second, of six planned appointments, which will take place on May 13-14 on the Adria circuit.