The Museo Alfa Romeo is planning a weekend full of activities to welcome the many Formula 1 fans who will arrive in Monza from all over the world for the Italian GP. On Friday September 6th, the maxi-screen in the Giulia room will allow visitors to experience the thrills of the tests and qualifying rounds live. At last, on Sunday September 8th - the GP.
If you wish to experience these days in the spotlight, you have the chance to participate with your own Alfa Romeo – any model and period – in engaging activities. Starting from the Alfa Romeo Parade, which on Saturday September 7th at 10.30 a.m. will showcase all the visitors’ Alfa Romeos on the Museum’s internal track. The event will repeat itself at 5.30 p.m. with the final parade. On Sunday, September 8th at 10 a.m., we will launch our FlashAutoMob: our fans’ Alfa Romeos will give life to a message that will ideally be sent to the Alfa Romeo Racing drivers who will be writing a new page in the Brand’s racing history on the track in Monza. If you are interested in joining us, please book in advance at: email@example.com
The key moment will come on Sunday, September 8th at 3.10 p.m. when we will broadcast the Italian GP in the Giulia room. A show you must experience live as you sit in front of cars that represent the history and the future of this Brand: from the amazing Tipo B which wrote legendary pages precisely on the Monza circuit, to the Alfa Romeo Racing show car from the current F1 Championship.
After the GP, we invite our guests to a conference about Alfa Romeo’s history in Formula 1: journalist Danilo Castellarin will interview Bruno Giacomelli, the driver who marked the Biscione’s return to the top series in the late 1970s.
The day will come to an end in the Giulia room, where we will show the Sky Sport F1 ‘Race Anatomy’ – broadcast live precisely from Arese, in front of an audience of passionate alfisti. If you would like to participate, please confirm your presence at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Furthermore, we are planning many activities for children (“Design your Formula 1 car”), projections of films from the Alfa Romeo Documentation Centre about the world of motor races, and free guided tours. Also, our temporary exhibitions dedicated to the concept car Tonale, the 4C Concept, and the livery of the Alfa Romeo Racing one-seater will be open to the public.