Formula 1’s first world champions Alfa Romeo could be making a return to the sport, if Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne has his way.
The company, which owns both Alfa and Ferrari, revealed it is considering bringing the brand back to F1 after an absence of 30 years.
“It’s incredible how the Alfa Romeo brand remains in people’s hearts,” Marchionne told reporters at Ferrari’s annual end-of-year news conference in Maranello.
“That’s why we’re thinking about its return to racing, as our competitor, in Formula 1. It’s important for Alfa to return.”
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