Evans Automotive, Primary Aim and Midwestern Auto Group have once again teamed up to host the 12th Annual Italian Gathering. The Sunday, September 3rd event welcomes Italian motor vehicles and motorbikes of all vintages to the Wendy's International Corporate Grounds at One Dave Thomas Blvd., Dublin, OH 43017 from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Automobiles...

The reintroduction of Alfa Romeo into the United States market was gradual, calculated and effective. FCA decided to reacquaint U.S. drivers with the iconic Italian brand first as a high performance nameplate with its first model before adding a strong luxury vibe for the American motorist with the second. Now, the third and latest import in this v...

Steve McQueen famously said: “Life is racing. Everything else is just waiting.” In June, more than 100 drivers and their crews of the Italian motoring club proved the actor right. The Modena Cento Ore, an annual road rally race through the Northern Italian “Motor Valley” that lies between the Adriatic Sea and the Mediterranean, ended as per traditi...

The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio performance crossover follows the 4C and 4C Spider two-seat sports kart and the Giulia midsize sedan in the Italian brand’s return to the U.S. after a nearly 25-year absence. Based on the overwhelming popularity of crossovers, the Stelvio is crucial to the brand’s success. Stelvio is based off the Giulia midsize sedan, s...

Sunday’s warm and sunny weather was perfect for showing off an incredible collection of autos and supporting Connecticut Children’s Medical Center at the 17th Annual Concorso Ferrari & Friends in West Hartford Center. Visitors flocked to West Hartford Center on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in order to get an up-close-and-personal look at more than 200 hi...

The Giulia Sprint Speciale Coupé in these images was designed under the direction of Turin-born engineer Orazio Satta Puliga (1910-1974), with the support of invaluable colleagues such as Rudolf Hruschka. Satta Puliga once commented, “Alfa Romeo is not just a car manufacturer: its cars are something more than cars made in a conventional way. There...

From the late 1920s through the 1930s, Alfa Romeo was the preeminent sports car in the world. Alfas won Le Mans four consecutive years from 1931-34 and the Mille Miglia an astounding ten times in eleven years from 1928-38! Along with Alfa’s two-seat sports cars they made various sedan models. Now in 2017, not too long after the return of Alfa Romeo...

Allfa Romeo conjures romantic images of winning races, screaming sports cars, and finely tuned sedans, but also reminds older generations of questionable quality that helped dislodge the Italian brand from the U.S. market 20 years ago. Alfa is back with a new generation of sports cars and crossovers and an ambitious plan to distinguish it from Germ...

The Alfa Romeo Museum – just a few kilometers from Milan’s city center, in Arese – is located inside a 5,000-square-meter, six-story building: one of Alfa’s production plants until 2002, now converted to tell the wonderful story of the legendary car manufacturer founded in Milan in 1910. The visit’s highlights are, of course, the iconic models on d...

Even if the Alfa Romeo Stelvio has long passed its 'new car' status, its presence at the 2017 New York Auto Show cannot be ignored. Developed under the FCA umbrella and benefiting from Ferrari's know how in performance engines, the Italian crossover will cross paths with Mercedes-AMG's new GLC63. And it has the power to do so, as with the Quadrifog...