The Vallelunga Circuit has hosted on June 1-2 the third of the six scheduled appointments for the Alfa Revival Cup. On Friday five sessions of free practice gave the opportunity to the thirty cars and to the over forty drivers to get confidence with the Roman track, in which the series dedicated to the Alfa Romeo built from 1947 till 1981 had made only one race, in the last round of the 2014 season. On Saturday, at 9.35 am, the cars were ready to join the track for the qualifying session of thirty minutes. Pole position for the Austrian Grohmann, with his GTAM of the OKP Alfa Delta Racing Team, this time able to impose himself on the GTAM Gr.5. of Arnaldi. Second row for the GTAMs of Weinzierl and Crescenti. Just behind them Körber and Wunderlich, again on GTAM. Fourth row for the Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 Gr.4 of the Sicilians Chiaramonte-Barraco. In the sixth row the first GTA Junior 1300 qualified, of the German Ondrak. Only three position back of him his opponent Camilli. Sixteenth position for the first car of the F-TC1600 class, the Giulia Sprint GTA of Serio-Ambrosi. The GT Veloce 2000 Turismo di Serie started from the ninth row, with Mercatali first in the class in front of Verga and Gimignani. Unlucky session for some cars entered. Oliva-Magonio couldn't bring the GT Veloce 2000 on track for a problem that kept them busy until the start of the race. The duo started from the back of the grid but they were again forced to retire after only one lap. Fabian Körber and Salvatore Rizzo were also allowed to start from the last row, due to technical problems suffered at the first lap of the qualifying session. Cardillo was absent due to the Giulia Sprint GT engine break had during the free practices. The start of the sixty minutes of the race was scheduled at 4.10 pm on Saturday afternoon. Engine issues at the time to leave the pit garage at the Wunderlich's GTAM delayed him in the formation lap, so that he had to start from the pit lane. The race was then too short for the German who came back to the pit lane just after one lap for engine damage. Problem also for the Giulia Ti Super of the young Körber who was i removed from the grid by the Stewarts and pushed into the pit lane. The young driver was then able to start the car and join the race. The cars became aggressive from the first turns. An excellent start for Arnaldi who immediately achieved the first position until, at the third lap, returned to the pit lane with smoke coming out of the engine bonnet. The race continued for the other cars: Grohmann, Weinzierl and Crescenti were the protagonists. Some contacts between the GTAMs in the first positions, the most important in the second part of the race between the Austrian Grohmann and the German Weinzierl, who had the worst. The Safety Car entered on track to allow the Stewarts to move the car in a safer place. The cars were closer and closer waiting for the green light, the space gained in the previous laps was completely canceled. A new start arrived and the cars tried to take advantage. The race ended with Grohmann at the first overall and class position. The second place went to Crescenti but, after the routine technical checks, he was disqualified due to technical no-compliance. The Sicilian gave so the second place to Mathias Körber. Third overall the duo De Beaumont father-son with the GTV 2000 Gr. 5, first in their class. Fourth place overall for the Lelli, third in the class among the GTAM. Fifth the Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 Gr.4 of the Sicilian Chiaramonte-Barraco, followed by the GTA 1300 Junior of Ondrak, first in class in front of Camilli, tenth overall. Seventh place overall, at the foot of the GTAM class podium, Bertinelli, who completed an excellent race on the Roman track. Behind him, both in overall and in class classification the duo Scalini-Picchi. Ninth overall position, second in class, for Luccioni who took his revenge after a difficult qualifying session. Among the cars of the F period, lead the race in first position Ambrosi-Serio till a lap from the end when they were forced to slow down due to a gearbox problem. But thanks to his race pace, Rizzo, that started from the back of grid, had a great comeback that resulted in the first place in class. Third step of the podium for the German Körber with the Giulia Ti Super. Unlucky race for the young blogger Davide Cironi, who had to retire during the pit stop the Giulia Ti due to overheating engine problems. Good first experience of Liberatore-Zadotti with the 2600 Sprint. Among the GT Veloce 2000 Turismo di Serie the cars were very close until the end of the race. For the first part of the race was Verga to conduct the class, till he had again power problems on the car in the straights and decided to return to the pits. Mercatali took advantage of the situation. Behind him the friends of Scuderia Gimignani and Fabbrini, as long as a sudden break at the gearbox stopped also the Mercatali race. At the end of the sixty minutes the podium showed Gimignani on the top, second place for Fabbrini and third to Lonardi-Raimondi. Regarding the Performance Index Classification once again at the first place the most historic car entered in the race, the beautiful Giulietta Ti 1300 of the Roman Milla, this time with Amendolagine. Second step for the Giulia Sprint GTA 1600 of Rizzo and, in the third place with the same car, the Ambrosi-Serio couple. The overall classification of the Alfa Revival Cup 2018, drafted on the basis of the Performance Index Classification that take in consideration the performance of each car in the race, show Rizzo leading with 47 points, second place for Mercatali with 45 and third position for the duo Ambrosi-Serio with 43. But the points to gain are still many and the gaps between the cars really minimal; so the results of each single round become fundamental to win the title of winners of the series, and to get an organic Parmigiano Reggiano cheese wheel produced by Bio Hombre, sponsor of the series. Turning point for the series dedicated to all Alfa Romeo built from 1947 till 1981, with the fourth round scheduled for next June 30-July 1 at the Monza Circuit, last appointment before the long summer break.