Alfa Romeo 75 Tipo 161 Works Corse Competizione Rosso Touring Car
Side view of five Alfa Romeo 75 Tipo 161, 162B Works Corse Competizione Rosso.
The Alfa Romeo 75 (Tipo 161, 162B), sold in North America as the Milano, is a compact executive car produced by the Italian automaker Alfa Romeo between 1985 and 1992. The 75 was commercially quite successful: in only three years, 236,907 cars were produced, and by the end of production in 1992, around 386,767 had been built.
Alfa Romeo and its racing department Alfa Corse raced the 75 Turbo Group A in the World Touring Car Championship in 1987 season. There was six official entries, two run directly by Alfa Corse, two by Brixia Corse, one for Albatech and one for Swedish team Q-Racing. (Wikipedia
A Alfa Romeo 75 Tipo 161 Works Competizione in the race livery of Alfa Romeo’s factory racing team Alfa Corse.