FINAL ALFA GOODBYE AND THANKS FROM N.TECHNOLOGY Following 18 years of successful partnership, next week's 32nd edition of the Bologna Motor Show will see the end of N.Technology's sporting activities with Alfa Romeo and the ...
FINAL ALFA GOODBYE AND THANKS FROM N.TECHNOLOGY
Following 18 years of successful partnership, next week's 32nd edition of the Bologna Motor Show will see the end of N.Technology's sporting activities with Alfa Romeo and the Fiat Group.
Featuring World Touring Car Championship driver James Thompson and MotoGP Ducati rider Marco Melandri, the Motor Show marks N.Technology Alfa Romeo's seventh appearance in the Bologna race.
"It is extremely poignant to see the end of such a successful relationship," said Team Principal Mauro Sipsz. "Together with Fiat and Alfa Romeo, we have achieved numerous victories in motorsport including six Drivers, three Manufacturers and four Team Championships during the Alfa Romeo 156's ten year history.
"This year has once again shown the might of the 156, with two wins, eight podiums and third place in the WTCC drivers championship. With such competitiveness shown this season, we would be pleased to see another team reach a similar level of success with this car in the 2008 WTCC or National Championships."
N.Technology Alfa Romeo team
Four Alfa Romeo 156 Super 2000 WTCC race cars are available for sale; all are rebuilt, updated for 2008 and ready to run. At €160,000.00 each, including a spare parts set (excluding taxes/delivery), the cars can also be supported by N.Technology with technical and customer support as well as further developments.
N.Technology is currently negotiating with other manufacturers to define future sporting activities.