Well, ItalianCarFest 2015 is in the books! This year, the show hosted 71 entries from around the area. Please check back soon, as the 2015 Class Winners
will be posted on this page shortly!
Alfa Romeo (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili)has been producing exciting automobiles since 1910. For 2015, we are featuring a special display of Alfa Romeos that you will not want to miss in honor of Alfa's return to the US market.
The Alfa Romeo 4C, their benchmark 2 seat coupe, was released in the US in early 2015.
Featuring a chassis composed of a carbonfibre tub, the 4C sets the
standard for innovation in its class. Please enjoy this test drive video presented by Motor Trend:
The future for Alfa Romeo is incredibly bright! In early 2016, the US market is set to receive the new Giulia sport sedan.
This brilliant replacement for the 159 sedan boasts a Ferrari-built 510HP twin-turbo V6 and a manual gearbox driving the rear wheels. The mouth fairly waters with anticipation.
Here is a pre-release video courtesy of Car Magazine and Alfa Romeo:
The Italian Connection, a well-received new class introduced in 2012, will return again this year featuring cars with partial Italian heritage.
Click Here for a special page on the Italian Connection class.
ItalianCarFest has become the go-to show in North Texas for the past ten years thanks to enthusiastic entrants who want to display their prized possessions for all to enjoy and visitors who keep coming back every year to see what is "new".
We sincerely thank you all for your wonderful support.
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We look forward to seeing you on September 12th at Nash Farm.
Randy Bush, Chairman
ICF 2014 Winners
Photos by A. Weinman
Best of Show
'67 Alfa Romeo Giulia GT 1300 Junior alloy body race car red