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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-19-2018, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 - 1967

After spending some years of work we proudly introduce our latest book project which will be available from tomorrow, Tuesday the 20th of November 2018 through the dealers. It contains the full history of the Tipo 33 Sports Prototype from early development up to 1967, its first season in International motorsport. We list every single race of this season, with loads of photographs. The foreword of Gherardo Severi is also a tale of its own. The photo below shows Patrick Dasse left and me right with Arno Flach, who is helping us with what will come next, holding the first copy of the book. Martin Ue.

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How much design detail, technical drawings and testing please?

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We have included hundreds of previously unpublished photographs of the progress to the races but no technical drawings: https://dingwort-verlag.de/alfa-rome...po-33/1967?c=5
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Gratulation to this very interesting Book !

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Also just got the offer:

https://www.motors-mania.com/fr/livr...m_medium=email

For the guys who know it all and want to learn more!

Wonder if the origins of the engine is finally decided: German article of the time says the engine is from Alfa, while a R&T article from the time said it was from Chitis ATS project. I prefer the Alfa Fusi version to be the thruth.

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