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TROFEO SERIES
Italian Marque Racing

25th February 2023
Round 4 - Tasman Revival Meeting
Pukekohe

LETS GO
RACING

The Trofeo Series is a group of Alfa Romeo, Fiat & Lancia drivers who get together each year to race the wheels off Italian race cars of varying ages & characteristics in a contest that is fun, friendly, competitive and relatively affordable.

 

Initially, the Series began as the Alfasud Trofeo Series, before expanding to accommodate other Alfa Romeo models, and more recently to include Invited Fiats, Lancias and other Italian marques.

The rules provide for classes to accommodate cars from a relatively standard specification, through to fully race-prepared vehicles. The competition each season (September to April/May) takes us to 5 - 8 rounds at the North Island tracks of Pukekohe, Hampton Downs, Taupo and Manfield. The competition format is a mix of scratch and handicap racing for Class and Overall Series points.

Trofeo Series drivers can be summed up in one phrase - Cuore Sportivo!

Trofeo Series 2022-2023

This season has up to 7 rounds (two to be confirmed) and started on the 24th September 2022 at Hampton Downs. It will hopefully run through to May 2023 at Manfield. (Final details will be confirmed and updated as soon as possible.)

 

Many rounds run alongside ERC so we can get more racing in at a low cost. These will usually include Trofeo on the Saturday and ERC on the Sunday. Check out the calendar or the round dates.

 

We are looking forward to seeing as many of our seasoned drivers as possible back on the grid, with possibly some new cars built in the off season and new drivers to the series.

You can follow us on Facebook, but better still we’d love to see you at the track. Come over, introduce yourselves and see what fun you can have racing with us!

 

Please complete our Entry Form and submit all entries as soon as possible. 

The first two rounds provided exciting racing at Hampton Downs, and we are looking forward to more of our drivers joining us at Taupo in January.

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