Alfa Romeo 4C Gets Pushed Hard on Track

Alfa Romeo 4C on the track 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
Many carmakers have tried reinventing the sportscar over the past decade or so, which has resulted in ever more powerful and heavier cars. But Alfa Romeo dared to think way outside the box.
Their 4C only has 240 horsepower, less than most hot hatchback, but it also weights 875 kilograms thanks to carbon fiber construction and lots of aluminum.

In the wake of their sportscar's production debut, the Italians have released this video of it being driven hard on the Balocco track. This track was built by Alfa Romeo as a test ground for their cars. Today it is used by various auto companies in Italy. It is available in many different combinations as is common with most test tracks.

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