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  Alfa Romeo 33/TT/12      

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:1973 - 1975
Numbers built:6 - 12
Internal name:Tipo 33
Predecessor:Alfa Romeo 33/TT/3
Successor:Alfa Romeo 33/SC/12 Turbo
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 27, 2013
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Chassis AR 11512-006 The individual histories of Alfa Romeo and Autodelta competition cars have been notoriously poorly documented and as a result we know nothing of the period exploits of this car. Restored to the 1975 World Championship winning configuration, it is today part of the Alfa Romeo>>>

Chassis AR 11512-007 One of the new cars built ahead of the 1974 season, chassis 007 was driven to two second place finishes in 1974. It may have had some outings in 1975 before it was gifted by Alfa Romeo to Jacky Ickx, who had raced this very car to second at Monza with Rolf Stommelen, beaten >>>

Chassis AR 11512-008 One of the new works cars built for the 1974 season, this chassis was entrusted to Arturo Merzario for most that year. Partnering with Mario Andretti, the Italian scored a debut victory with the car from pole in the Monza 1000 km. For the 1975 season, it was entrusted to the>>>

Chassis AR 11512-010 Presumably built ahead of the 1975 season, this was one of the cars raced by the works supported Willi Kauhsen Racing Team (WKRT). Driven by Henri Pescarolo and Derek Bell, it scored victories at Spa, Zeltweg and Watkins Glen. Retired at the end of the 1975 season, this exam>>>

Chassis AR 11512-011 No period history of this particular Alfa Romeo 33/TT/12 is known. It first re-surfaced in the 1990s when it was owned by Leif Nilsson. Through former Alfa Romeo works driver Toine Hezemans, it was sold to the next, Japanese owner, who claimed it had been extensively used in>>>

Chassis AR 11512-012 The highest number recorded for a 33/TT/12, this example was most likely not raced in period. This was perhaps the result of Alfa Romeo's very limited efforts during the 1976 season. Many years later, it was in the ownership of a French historic racer. Beautifully prepared, >>>

  Article Image gallery (83) Chassis (6) Specifications