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FOIM Happy Laps & Show n Shine - Lakeside 11 September (Posted 1 Aug 2016)

FOIM Show n Shine Happy Laps... As part of the Festival of Italian Motorsport we will again be running Happy Laps this year, as well as a Show 'n Shine. For Happy Laps, you will need to have prepaid by 7 september and be at the track by 7:00am for breakfast and briefing. For the Show 'n Shine, cars need to be in place by 9:00am. Cost for the Happy Laps (including breakfast) is $30 per person. There is no cost to enter the Show 'n Shine, but you will need to pay the normal Lakeside entry fee which will be only $20 for Italian cars. [More...]

AGM and Club Night - Wednesday 14 September 2016 (Posted 2 Aug 2016)

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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 1910 a draughtsman named Romano Cattaneo who was given the job of coming up with a badge for a new Milan-based company A.L.F.A. With the help of Giuseppe Merosi his sketches incorporated both Milan's emblem and that of the Visconti family in a circular motif, bordered by a dark blue metallic ring containing the inscription ALFA and MILANO separated by two Savoy dynasty knots.


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