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1925: The P2, a supercharged 2-litre straight-8, won the Grand Prix World Championship.
 
1938: The 'Mille Miglia' suffix, from the famous race, was applied to several models with radically different engines and body styles.
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1938 6C 2300 B Mille Miglia
 
1950: Giuseppe "Nino" Farina, driving an Alfa Romeo 158, "Alfetta", won the inaugural Formula One Drivers' World Championship. (The straight-8, 1.5-litre, supercharged 158 was originally designed for the 1937 'voiturette' class.)
 
1951: Juan Manuel Fangio won the Formula One World Championship in an Alfa Romeo 159.
 
1960s: The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA took the European Touring Car Championship in 1966, 1967 and 1968
G T A
 
2002: Alfa Romeo's 2002 touring car contender is based on the Alfa 156 GTA.
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