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Old 19 Jan 2002, 11:20 (Ref:201141)   #1
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Alfa Romeo

Could anybody tell me when was the last year
a alfa romeo raced in a F1 G.P and who
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Old 19 Jan 2002, 11:28 (Ref:201145)   #2
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Riccardo Patrese and Eddie Cheever
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Old 31 Jan 2002, 23:31 (Ref:207928)   #3
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Vitesse is absolutely right when you mean the official Alfa-Team.

But the Osella-Team was the last Team with Alfa-Romeo-Engines in the Formula1. They tried to get points until Japan 1988. Their driver was Nicola Larini.
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Ah yes, they used to have almost exactly the same livery as McLaren...

I think the rear wing was different in colour, but that was about it!
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Alfa handed their F1 operation over to Paolo Pavanello at the end of the 1983 season so strictly speaking that was their last year as a factory team. From then on they were engine suppliers.
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And Paolo Pavenello's awful EuroBruns of 1988 did use the same basic tub as the EuroRacing Alfa 184T, so the spirit of inadequacy continued for half a decade
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