ALFA REVIVAL CUP 2024. Ready to Start

The Alfa Revival Cup enters its twelfth year, celebrating the glories of Alfa Romeo's past. The opening event will be held at Vallelunga from April 19-21, with the grand finale at the Misano World Circuit, November 1-3.

April 11, 2024: Alfa Romeo’s sporting legacy fills volumes. It includes not only the pre-war international victories when it was Enzo Ferrari who raced them with his Scuderia, but also the two Formula 1 World Championships of 1950 and 1951, now in the distant past. However, it’s the countless successes in Touring, Grand Touring, Sports Prototype, and DTM races up until the new millennium that keep the passion for these iconic vehicles with the Quadrifoglio burning bright.

Organized by Canossa Events, the Alfa Revival Cup brings back the competitive spirit and passion of historic racing. The event admits a diverse lineup, including Touring, Competition Touring, Grand Touring, and Competition Grand Touring cars, as well as Special Production (Group 5 Silhouette) from 1947 to 1981, divided into classes based on period, category, and engine size. Throughout its history, Alfa Romeo has built and raced many quintessential sports cars, and the starting grid of each Alfa Revival Cup race is clear demonstration of this.

The format, based on a single one-hour race, is designed to combine excitement, fun, and strategy, with two drivers having a pit stop window for the driver change, between the twentieth and fortieth minute. The stop, for safety reasons, is set at 60 seconds. Following each race, participants are ranked in two categories: overall and within their class. Points are also awarded based on a historical significance coefficient, which, when added together, will determine the final standings of the Championship.

The series spans six events, kicking off at the Vallelunga Piero Taruffi circuit with free practice sessions on Friday and the qualifying rounds and race on Saturday, April 20. The agenda also includes challenging international venues such as Mugello, Misano World Circuit, and Austria’s Red Bull Ring. A detailed calendar is attached for reference.

Despite its amateur status, the Championship’s organizing body guarantees a high-quality event. Leading teams, including OKP Racing, Jolly Squadra Corse and Formula GT offer outstanding technical and logistical support, ensuring that independent racers can compete without feeling at a competitive disadvantage. The same goes for the drivers, some of whom bring a wealth of expertise and impressive sports credentials. The Championship, organized under the guidance of CSAI and ACI Sport, enjoys support from sponsors such as Caffè Cagliari and OKP, the latter renowned for its quality and expertise in supplying parts for classic Italian brands, particularly Alfa Romeo. Over the years, OKP has evolved into a global benchmark for car enthusiasts, with over 10,000 items for Italian vehicles dating from 1950 to today. Its international logistics network not only supplies parts but also offers a range of accessories and lifestyle products. OKP’s proactive involvement in racing underscores the superior quality and longevity of its parts.

Save the dates:
April 19 – 21 | Autodromo di Vallelunga
June 07 – 09 | Red Bull Ring
July 27 – 28 | Magione – Autodromo dell’Umbria 
September 13 – 15 | Autodromo di Vallelunga
October 11 – 13 | Mugello Circuit
November 01 – 03 | Misano World Circuit
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