- 1925: The P2, a supercharged 2-litre straight-8,
won the Grand Prix World Championship.
The 'Mille Miglia' suffix, from the famous race, was applied to
several models with radically different engines and body styles.
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.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA
took the European Touring Car
Championship in 1966, 1967 and 1968
Alfa Romeo's 2002 touring car contender
is based on the Alfa 156 GTA.