Alfa Romeo 1933

6C 1750 - end of prod.
6C 1900 - this year only
8C 2300

6C 1750 was produced in six series between 1929-1933. Base model had a single overhead cam, Super Sport and Gran Sport versions had double overhead cam engine (DOHC). A supercharged versions were available. 1865 cars were built along with 714 sold as rolling chassis and bodied by coachbuilders such as Zagato, Touring and James Young. Total production was 2579 units.
The last derivate of the original 1500 version, the 6C 1900 with an 1917 cc engine was introduced in 1933, now with an aluminium head for the first time. With 68 brake horsepower this version could achieve top speed of 130 kilometres per hour (81 mph). Only 197 copies were made.
Alfa Romeo is in financial trouble. Only 408 cars and a few aero engines were built this year. Fiat's offer to take control over the company was rejected. It was rescued by the Italian government who took control in 1933 through the Istituto Riconstruzione Industriale (IRI). Ugo Gobbato become managing director on 1st of December. His strategy is to concentrate on producing aero engines, trucks and vans for military use and continue building limited number of exclusive and racing cars for image-making.

6C 1750

6C 1750 Turismo (6 cyl, 1752 cc, SOHC, 46 bhp; 122 in) - end of prod. (1131 ex.)
6C 1750 GS (R6 cyl, 1752 cc, 85 bhp; 108.1 in) - this year only (44 ex.) Light alloy cylinder head, lighter chassis.

6 C 1750 GS

6C 1900

6C 1900 GT (R6 cyl, 1917 cc, SOHC, 68 bhp; 115 in) - this year only (197 ex.)

6 C 1900 (Ruiz 38)

8C 2300

8C 2300 Corto (8 cyl, 2336 cc, 142 bhp; 108.3 in)
8C 2300 Lungo (8 cyl, 2336 cc, 142 bhp; 122 in)
8C 2300 Monza (R8 cyl, 2336 cc, 165 bhp; 104.3 in) - end of prod. (10 ex.)
8C 2300 Le Mans (R8 cyl, 2336 cc, 155 bhp; 122 in)

8C 2300 Coupé

8 C 2300 Coupé Victoria

8 C 2300 Cabriolet

8 C 2300

8 C 2300 (Retroviseur 10-19)

Tipo B (P3) (R8 cyl, 2654 cc, 215 bhp; 104.3 in) - end of prod. (6 ex.)
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Sommer/Nuvolari) (Chinetti/Varent) (Lewis/Rose-Richards) w 24h Le Mans.
Trzecie miejsce (Rose-Richards) w Tourist Trophy (GB).
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Brivio) (Balestrero) (Cararoli) w Targa Florio (I)
Zwycięstwo (Fagioli) w Coppa Acerbo (I).
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Nuvolari) (Trossi) (Brivio) w Pucharze Borodino (I).
Drugie miejsce (Brivio) w Coppa Ciano (I).
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Chiron/Chinetti) (Sommer/Stoffel) (Greeve/Thelusson) w 24h Spa (B).
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Trossi) (Siena) (Ghersi) w Targa Abruzzo (I).
Drugie z rzędu, potrójne zwycięstwo (Nuvolari/Compagnoni) (CastelBarco/Cortese) (Taruffi/Pellegrini) w Mille Miglia (I).
Podwójne zwycięstwo (Siena) (Balestrero) w Coppa Principe di Piemonte (I).
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Comotti/Barbieri) (Bonetto) (Farina) w Coppa Principessa di Piemonte (I).
Pierwsze (Nuvolari) i trzecie (Taruffi) miejsce w Eifelrennen (D).
Trzecie miejsce (Nuvolari) w Avusrennen (D).
Drugie (Etancelin) i trzecie (Eyston) miejsce w GP Francji.
Zwycięstwo (Fagioli) w GP Włoch.
Pierwsze (Zanelli) i drugie (Sameiro) miejsce w GP Penya Rhin (E).
Pierwsze (Chiron) i drugie (Fagioli) miejsce w GP Hiszpanii.
Drugie miejsce (Borzacchini) w GP Monaco.
Drugie (Moll) i trzecie (Bonetto) miejsce w GP Monza.
Podwójne zwycięstwo (Nuvolari) (Borzacchini) w GP Tunisu.
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Fagioli) (Wimille) (Moll) w GP Comminges (F).
Drugie miejsce (Nuvolari) w GP Trypolisu.
Potrójne zwycięstwo (Chiron) (Fagioli) (Wimille) w GP Czechosłowacji.

In 1933 the supercharged dual overhead cam straight-8 engine was enlarged (bore: 68 mm, stroke: 88 mm, 2557cc) to 2.6 litres ('8C 2600') for the Tipo B, was fitted to the Scuderia Ferrari 8C Monzas. Scuderia Ferrari had become the "semi-official" racing department of Alfa Romeo, who were no longer entering races as a factory effort due to the poor economic situation of the company. With the initial 215 hp of the 2.6 engine, the Monoposto Tipo B (P3) racer could accelerate to 60 mph (97 km/h) in less than 7 seconds and could eventually reach 135 mph (217 km/h).

Faggioli in GP Italy

Le Mans

GP Tunis