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FOIM Show n Shine - Lakeside Raceway - Sunday 30 September (Posted 2 Sep 2018)

FOIM Show n Shine Happy Laps... As part of the Festival of Italian Motorsport, the Show 'n Shine provides an opportunity for owners of Italian vehicles to engage in some friendly competition off the track! There will also be an opportunity to do a leisurely demonstration lap of the circuit at the lunch break. [➠ See the event webpage for more details and Entry Form]

Festitalia - Sunday 14 October - Spencer Park, Newmarket. (Posted 3 Sep 2018)

FestitaliaThis is one of our more enjoyable car display opportunities as the festival itself is great fun and there is plenty to do and see while your car is on show. Over 30 food stalls will tempt your tastebuds, and you can partake of a glass or two of fine wine or beer while watching the varied entertainment on stage. Registration and display is free, but there are limited spaces available so register now![➠ See the event webpage for more details and Entry Form]

AROCA - Queensland Division (Inc.)

The Alfa Romeo Owners Club of Australia is one of the largest single-marque automobile clubs in Australia.

The Queensland state-division of AROCA, founded in 1975, offers its members the opportunity to participate in a wide range of competitive and social events.

All models, ages and conditions of Alfa Romeos are appreciated by Alfisti. So, whether you have just taken delivery of a brand new car, or are only beginning the restoration of a older model, you will be warmly welcomed into the Club.

AROCA (Qld) is incorporated and is managed by a Committee of office bearers. It has a formal constitution and holds its Annual General Meeting in August each year.

Joining is easy. An annual membership also includes a subscription to Per Sempre Alfa, the Club magazine.

Don't delay; join now! For more information about the Club or any of the activities, feel free to contact a Committee member.

Alfa Romeo Trivia

In 1958, during a celebrated murder trial, the defence case claimed it was impossible to drive from Milan to Malpensa in less than an hour in an Alfa Giulietta. So the prosecution tried it - and succeeded. The defendant got life imprisonment.

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