Welcome to the website of the Alfa Romeo Register, the longest-established Club in Britain for Alfa Romeo enthusiasts and the first Club specifically formed for the owners of Vintage and Post Vintage Thoroughbred ALFAs and Alfa Romeos.

All Alfa Romeo enthusiasts are welcome to join the Register, whether or not they own an ALFA or Alfa Romeo of any age, but basically our intention is to cater for the needs and enthusiasms of owners (past, present or prospective) of ALFAs and Alfa Romeos built prior to 1941.  A truly International Club, the mailing list for our Newsletters, at the time of writing, includes twenty different countries.

The Register is run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts on a strictly non-commercial basis.  For a modest annual fee which covers postal expenses and the production of the bi-monthly Newsletters, Register members also receive  some technical assistance, which may include reference to contemporary documents and specifications, news of various social gatherings during the year, and the chance to compete for the Club’s two major perpetual Trophies - the Coppa Cantonata and the Milan Trophy - throughout the year.  The Register maintains close links with the Vintage Sports Car Club and points for the aforementioned Trophies can be scored at VSCC events as well as those organised by the Register.

The Register was an early supporter of, and subscriber to, the Historic Vehicle Clubs’ Joint Committee  which subsequently became the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs and which continues to do good work to safeguard the interests of users of vintage and classic vehicles World Wide.  We also maintain friendly relations with the Registro Italiano Alfa Romeo and the team at Alfa Romeo Automobilismo Storico in Milan.

A beautifully preserved early

(1927) radiator badge

The magazine Motor Italia celebrated the 6C 1500 MMS’s victory at the 1928 1000 Miglia with this colourful cover

Some of the cars present at the 2013 Summer Lunch, a 6C 1500 Normale

taking centre stage

Somewhere in Germany, en route for Mantova: riding in an 8C 2300 and about to overtake a 6C 1750 GS

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Click on this  badge to link to the FBHVC’s website

Some of the cars attending the 2016 Summer Lunch

Giuseppe Campari and his Alfa Romeo P2, winners of the 503 mile French Grand Prix at Lyon

Amedeo Silitti’s RL TF at the 1928 Targa Florio (one of 25 crews which failed to finish the gruelling 335 mile race)

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A 6th Series 6C 1750 Gran Sport and a 5th Series 6C 1750 Gran Turismo Compressore