1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300
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The early history of the car believes to include racing as a Works Monza. Alfa Romeo used the car in early 1932 and was later sold to Raymond Sommer who continued its Grand Prix racing career, as well as competing in sports car races. In Sommers capable hands, the car was victorious at the 1932 GP de Marseille.
The car was later sold to Juan Zanelli, an amateur Chilean racer, who raced it with some success over the years that followed.
In modern times, the 8C Monza is regularly exercised in historic racing.
By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2012
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