This year's Festival runs until June 29, and the Alfa Romeo displays at Goodwood are causing considerable excitement.
The 4C has naturally been one of the highlights of the manufacturer's showcase, taking pride of place in the Supercar paddock. Five other iconic Alfa Romeo models have appeared in rare outings from the Museo Storico Alfa Romeo, including five-time Formula One World Championship winner Juan Manuel Fangio's Tipo 159 Alfetta from 1951.
Exclusive Quadrifolgio Verde versions of the Giulietta and MiTo have made their UK premieres at Goodwood, and the Giulietta's 60 th anniversary is also being commemorated at the show.
Some very rare cars can be glimpsed during the event: the Alfa Romeo 750 Competizione on show is one of only two versions ever built. The GTA 1300 Junior and the Giulietta SZ Coda Tronca also appeared, demonstrating advanced engineering and a performance focus that has served as the hallmark of Alfa Romeo cars for decades.
In another unique and unusual move that's been drawing the crowds, an Alfa Romeo 1750 TBi engine is being shown with an integrated Lavazza coffee machine.
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