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#1 subh

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Posted 09 September 2004 - 10:04

Can anyone provide an entry list for the 1992 season? Thanks

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#2 subh

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Posted 13 September 2004 - 09:00

In case anyone missed this...

#3 subh

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Posted 15 September 2004 - 08:47

nobody?!

#4 Jeremy Jackson

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Posted 15 September 2004 - 14:42

This isn't complete, and I don't have race numbers, but here goes:

Alfa Corse 155: Larini & Nannini
Jolly Club 155: Tamburini & Francia (Zanardi & d'Amore substituted in Tamburini's car at Imola in June)
Martini 155: Tarquini (Selected races) Some results seem to have this as an M3
Schnitzer M3s: Jo Winkelhock & Ravaglia
CiBiEmme M3: Soper (Perhaps only first event), Pirro (Berenghi substitute for Pirro for Mugello & Binetto in May) & either Maggiorelli or Moreschi (can't read my notes!!)
405s: Giovanardi, Amati & an occasional 3rd (not sure of driver)
Omega: Pigoli
RS500: Luca-Canni Ferrari
Escort Cosworth: Pregliasco & Moreno
Alfa 75 Turbo: Soli

Not much, but hope it helps

#5 petefenelon

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Posted 15 September 2004 - 14:57

Originally posted by Jeremy Jackson
This isn't complete, and I don't have race numbers, but here goes:

Alfa Corse 155: Larini & Nannini
Jolly Club 155: Tamburini & Francia (Zanardi & d'Amore substituted in Tamburini's car at Imola in June)
Martini 155: Tarquini (Selected races) Some results seem to have this as an M3
Schnitzer M3s: Jo Winkelhock & Ravaglia
CiBiEmme M3: Soper (Perhaps only first event), Pirro (Berenghi substitute for Pirro for Mugello & Binetto in May) & either Maggiorelli or Moreschi (can't read my notes!!)
405s: Giovanardi, Amati & an occasional 3rd (not sure of driver)
Omega: Pigoli
RS500: Luca-Canni Ferrari
Escort Cosworth: Pregliasco & Moreno
Alfa 75 Turbo: Soli

Not much, but hope it helps


A little more....

Nannini and Larini were 4 and 5.
Giudici's Wrangler-sponsored 164 was 42.
Alesi guested in car 15 in either 92 or '93.

#6 Jeremy Jackson

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Posted 15 September 2004 - 15:04

... and Stefano Buttiero drove a Calibra in at least one event ( Mugello in May)

#7 Patrick Italiano

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Posted 15 September 2004 - 21:52

Originally posted by petefenelon


A little more....

Nannini and Larini were 4 and 5.
Giudici's Wrangler-sponsored 164 was 42.
Alesi guested in car 15 in either 92 or '93.


A 164, are you sure? I fail to remember any racing 164 at all... I guess you mean a 75.

As far as I remember, Alesi drove FWD 155 2-litre the next year.

The 1992 CIVT 155s were "GTAs", actually Lancia Integrales (2-litre turbo, 4WD) with 155 body (they shared the same floorpan) suited for track racing.

Car # 6 was in at least 2 occasions official Martini-Alfa sponsored, I have it once with Tamburini and once with Cadalora (a biker).

#8 Jeremy Jackson

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Posted 15 September 2004 - 22:08

My mistake above, the Martini Alfa was Tamburini, not Tarquini.

Cadalora drove the car in the last round at Monza. Tamburini drove this car whwn Zanardi & d'Amore drove his Jolly Club car at Imola in June, and also at Enna in September.

We had a racing 164 here, Martin Parsons drove one in the auto Italia championship a few years back, until a journalist wrote it off... :rolleyes:
although I think he was mad enough to build another... That's mad in the nice sense, as an ex-164 owner myself, I loved the car (But not the Dealers/ Servicing)

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Posted 16 September 2004 - 06:42

Does anyone have photos of these cars?

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#10 Patrick Italiano

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Posted 17 September 2004 - 15:38

Here's a pic of the 155 GTA prototype.

Actual racing car had a slightly different grille and bonnet edge

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#11 subh

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Posted 20 September 2004 - 08:51

thanks guys

#12 subh

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 09:36

The information I have is as follows:

Alfa Romeo 155 GTA:
4 Nannini, Team Martini Alfa Corse
5 Larini, Team Martini Alfa Corse
6 Tamburini, Team Totip Jolly Club
Francia, Team Totip Jolly Club

BMW M3:
Ravaglia
Pirro
Tarquini
Soper
Berenghi

But I am also after information on the races:

races 3/4, at Madonie but on what date?
races 7/8, possibly on 24th May, but at which venue?
races 13/14, on 19th July, but at Mugello or Misano?
races 19/20, at Monza but on what date? (races 1/2 were also at Monza)

Thanks...

#13 Patrick Italiano

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Posted 21 September 2004 - 13:03

Found another picture, this time Larini.

Number 61 might refer to a test session?

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#14 subh

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Posted 22 September 2004 - 11:17

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Posted 22 September 2004 - 12:06

Any more information, especially about the race dates as queried above, would be appreciated.

This is what we’re looking at so far (I think) :

4 Alessandro Nannini ITA; Team Martini Alfa Corse; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
5 Nicola Larini ITA; Team Martini Alfa Corse; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Antonio Tamburini ITA; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Antonio Tamburini ITA; Martini; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Alessandro Zanardi ITA; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 d’Amore; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Luca Cadalora ITA; Martini; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
Giorgio Francia ITA; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
Roberto Ravaglia ITA; Schnitzer; BMW M3
Joachim Winkelhock BRD; Schnitzer; BMW M3
Emanuele Pirro ITA; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Steve Soper ENG; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Berenghi; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Maggiorelli / Moreschi ?; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Gabriele Tarquini ITA; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Fabrizio Giovanardi ITA; Peugeot 405 Mi16
Giovanna Amati ITA; Peugeot 405
?; Peugeot 405
Massimo Pigoli ITA; Opel Omega
Luca Canni Ferrari; Ford Sierra RS500
Batti Pregliasco ITA; Ford Escort Cosworth
Roberto Moreno BRA; Ford Escort Cosworth
Moreno Soli ITA; Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo
42 Gianni Giudci ITA; Wrangler; Alfa Romeo 75
Stefano Buttiero ITA; Opel Calibra

#16 Nanni Dietrich

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Posted 22 September 2004 - 16:04

Originally posted by subh
Any more information, especially about the race dates as queried above, would be appreciated.

This is what we’re looking at so far (I think) :

4 Alessandro Nannini ITA; Team Martini Alfa Corse; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
5 Nicola Larini ITA; Team Martini Alfa Corse; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Antonio Tamburini ITA; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Antonio Tamburini ITA; Martini; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Alessandro Zanardi ITA; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 d’Amore; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
6 Luca Cadalora ITA; Martini; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
Giorgio Francia ITA; Team Totip Jolly Club; Alfa Romeo 155 GTA
Roberto Ravaglia ITA; Schnitzer; BMW M3
Joachim Winkelhock BRD; Schnitzer; BMW M3
Emanuele Pirro ITA; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Steve Soper ENG; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Berenghi; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Maggiorelli / Moreschi ?; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Gabriele Tarquini ITA; CiBiEmme; BMW M3
Fabrizio Giovanardi ITA; Peugeot 405 Mi16
Giovanna Amati ITA; Peugeot 405
?; Peugeot 405
Massimo Pigoli ITA; Opel Omega
Luca Canni Ferrari; Ford Sierra RS500
Batti Pregliasco ITA; Ford Escort Cosworth
Roberto Moreno BRA; Ford Escort Cosworth
Moreno Soli ITA; Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo
42 Gianni Giudci ITA; Wrangler; Alfa Romeo 75
Stefano Buttiero ITA; Opel Calibra


Federico D'Amore
Andrea Berenghi
Luca Maggiorelli (not Moreschi)

Perhaps the other 405 was driven by Gianni Morbidelli? :confused: or Amato Ferrari? :confused:

#17 subh

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Posted 23 September 2004 - 09:31

Thank you. Does anyone know the points scoring system used for this series in ’92?

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Posted 23 September 2004 - 23:19

CAMPIONATO ITALIANO SUPERTURISMO - 1992 CALENDAR

(from Autosprint 12/1992 page 92)
  • March 21/22: Monza
  • April 11/12: Magione
  • May 9/10: Mugello
  • May 23/24: Binetto
  • June 6/7: Vallelunga
  • June 20/21: Imola
  • July 18/19: Misano
  • September 5/6: Pergusa
  • October 3/4: Varano
  • October 17/18: Monza
(each event has 2 races)

Scoring system: for each race, usual 20-15-12-10-8-6-4-3-2-1 for the first 10 drivers.
Some sources list scores for each event, that is simply the sum of two races of each event.

CAMPIONATO ITALIANO SUPERTURISMO - 1992 ENTRY LIST - Division S1
(from Autosprint 12/1992 page 92)
  • AB Motorsport - BMW M3 Sport Evolution: Marco Antonelli
  • Alfa Martini - Alfa Romeo 155 GTA: Nicola Larini, Alessandro Nannini
  • BMW Italia - BMW M3 Sport Evolution: Gabriele Tarquini, Emanuele Pirro. Steve Soper should replace Tarquini at Monza (race 1 and 2) because Tarquini has to go to Mexico for F.1 GP.
  • Schnitzer - BMW M3 Sport Evolution: Roberto Ravaglia, Joachim Winkelhock
  • Giudici Team - Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione: Gianni Giudici
  • Greyhound Racing - Opel Omega 3000 24V: Massimo Pigoli
  • Jolly Club - Alfa Romeo 155 GTA: Giorgio Francia, Antonio Tamburini
  • Motorsport Italia - Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione: Stefano Buttiero
  • San Marco - BMW M3 Sport Evolution: Achille Voltolina
  • Scuderia Guercino - Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione: Moreno Soli
  • University Motors - Ford Sierra Rs500: Luca Canni Ferrari
Division S2
  • Audi Sport - Volkswagen Golf GTI 16V: Beppe Gabbiani
  • Città Castelfranco - BMW M3: Maurizio Lusuardi, Graziano Rossi
  • A Team - BMW M3: Luca Maggiorelli
  • Conrero - Opel Calibra 16V: Claudio Langes, Paolo Guaitamacchi
    Conrero - Opel Kadett GSI 16V: Costantino Bertuzzi (?), Filippo Salvarani (?)
  • 2G Racing - Volkswagen Golf GTI 16V: Alessandra Persichetti
  • Lella Lombardi - Opel Calibra 16V: Roberto Castagna
    Lella Lombardi - Opel Kadett GSI 16V: Stefano Milanesi (?)
  • Paon Motorsport - Opel Astra 16V: Giancarlo Naddeo
  • Peugeot Italia - Peugeot 405 Mi16: Fabrizio Giovanardi, Gary Ayles
  • Santucci - BMW M3: Max Crinelli
  • Schnitzer - BMW M3: Ermanno Ronchi
  • Tecnica Racing - Alfa Romeo 33 16V: Rocco Peduzzi
  • Trivellato - BMW M3: Mauro Trione
(both entry list are issued before the first race at Monza, so 3 names are to be confirmed and they don't include all changes made during the racing season)

Ciao,
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#19 ricardo1954

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Posted 24 September 2004 - 00:29

Anyone have the results of the brazilian driver Roberto Pupo Moreno in this championship?

Thanks.

Ricardo.

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#20 Nanni Dietrich

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Posted 24 September 2004 - 10:12

I have this final classifications:
:)

CAMPIONATO ITALIANO SUPERTURISMO
1992

CLASSE S 1

1 LARINI Nicola I ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA 284
2 FRANCIA Giorgio I ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA 278
3 NANNINI AlessandroI ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA 226
4 TAMBURINI Antonio I ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA 197
5 TARQUINI Gabriele I BMW M3 89
6 PIRRO Emanuele I BMW M3 82
7 RAVAGLIA Roberto I BMW M3 70
8 SOLI Moreno I ALFA ROMEO 75 Turbo EV 60
9 CANNI FERRARI LucaI FORD Sierra RS500 43
10 BARENGHI Andrea I BMW M3 42
11 MORENO Roberto BR FORD Escort Cosworth 41
12 GIUDICI Gianni I ALFA ROMEO 75 Turbo EV 32
13 ANTONELLI Marco I BMW M3 28
14 VOLTOLINA Achille I BMW M3 24
15 PIGOLI Massimo I OPEL Omega 3.0 V6 19
16 SOPER Steve GB BMW M3 14
17 PREGLIASCO Battistino I FORD Escort Cosworth 12
18 WINKELHOCK Joakim D BMW M3 10
19 BONANNO Giovanni I ALFA ROMEO 75 Turbo EV 9
20 RONCHI Ermanno I BMW M3 8
21 RUSSO Roberto I ALFA ROMEO 75 Turbo EV 8
22 ZANARDI Alessandro I ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA 6
23 D'AMORE Federico I ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA 6
24 CORSINI Eugenio I ALFA ROMEO 75 Turbo EV 6
25 BUTTIERO Stefano I ALFA ROMEO 75 Turbo EV 6
26 CADALORA Luca I ALFA ROMEO 155 GTA 6
27 Del CASTELLO Roberto I BMW M3 3
28 PIACENTINI Massimo I BMW M3 1
29 CAPELLO Rinaldo I ALFA ROMEO 75 Turbo EV 1
30 GHISLOTTI Duilio I FORD Escort Cosworth 1


CAMPIONATO ITALIANO SUPERTURISMO
1992

CLASSE S 2

1 GIOVANARDI Fabrizio I PEUGEOT 405 MI 16V 269,5
2 AYLES Gary Patrick GB PEUGEOT 405 MI 16V 195
3 SALVARANI Filippo I OPEL Kadett / Calibra 167,5
4 MAGGIORELLI Luca I BMW M3 150
5 GIORGIO Luigi I PEUGEOT 405 MI 16V 131
6 GABBIANI Beppe I VOLKSWAGEN Golf GTI 16V 109
7 MELOTTO Claudio I BMW M3 81
8 BUTTIERO Stefano I OPEL Calibra 16V 63
9 GUAITAMACCHI Paolo I OPEL Kadett GSI 16V 62
10 ROSSI Graziano I BMW M3 61
11 LUSUARDI Maurizio I BMW M3 60
12 TRIONE Mauro I BMW M3 48
13 NADDEO Giancarlo I VAUXHALL Astra 36
14 PEDUZZI Rocco I BMW M3 34
15 CASTAGNA Roberto I OPEL Kadett GSI 16V 28
16 Di BARI Raffaele I OPEL Calibra GSI 16V 19
17 CRINELLI Max I BMW M3 15
18 BERTUZZI Aldo I OPEL Kadett GSI 16V 14
19 PIGOLI Massimo I BMW M3 10
20 ROSSITTO I OPEL Kadett GSI 16V 6
21 PERSICHETTI Alessandra I VOLKSWAGEN Golf GTI 16V 4
22 DROVANDI Rinaldo I ALFA ROMEO 33 16V 3

#21 subh

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Posted 27 September 2004 - 11:42

Thanks for this guys. I found more data on this over the weekend, which I will add in due course, but it wasn’t quite as detailed as this. My info now lists all the top six finishers for each race, but no more than that.

I think Moreno raced the Ford Escort Cosworth in the last three or four rounds, scoring top six results in all but one of those. I’ll check more carefully when I have time.

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Posted 30 September 2004 - 10:12

Firstly, Roberto Moreno’s results:
He raced the Ford Escort Cosworth at Enna (retired, 5th), Varano (4th, 6th) and Monza (5th, 5th). These were the last three meetings of the season.

Secondly, the points system:
I think the drivers might have had to drop two scores. Giorgio Francia finished in the top five at every race, giving him 278 points, but I read somewhere that he was credited with 260 points. That would be consistent with dropping his solitary fifth place, and one fourth. Can anyone confirm?

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Posted 30 September 2004 - 11:12

Thirdly, some notes:
There has already been some data posted about substitute drivers, one-offs, etc. But here is a bit more info:
Tarquini - in F1, so missed the first round
Moreno - came in for the last three rounds after losing his F1 ride
Zanardi - his main commitment was F1 testing, and some races

Cadalora - was winning the 250cc GP motorcycle title that year

Pirro, Ravaglia and Winkelhock* - all missed rounds due to clashing touring car commitments in Germany
Soper* - was racing touring cars mostly in the UK, but also in Germany

* I assume these two only did the first Italian round

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Posted 30 September 2004 - 20:38

CAMPIONATO ITALIANO SUPERTURISMO 1992 - Classe S1
SUPERTURISMO S1 - 1992		1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20   TOT

---------------------------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --   ---

 1. Nicola	 Larini		 - 20 15 12  - 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 10  - 15 15 10 12   284

 2. Giorgio	Francia	   15 15 20 15 10 12 15 15 12 10 15 10 12  8 20 20 12 12 15 15   260 (278)

 3. Alesandro  Nannini		6  -  8 10 20 20 10 12 15 15 12 15  - 10 15  - 20  8 20 10   226

 4. Antonio	Tamburini	  8  -  6  8 12 10 12 10  8  8  -  8 15 15 12 15  8 10 12 20   197

 5. Gabriele   Tarquini	   -  - 10  - 15  8  -  -  6  - 10  - 10 12  8  -  6  -  4  -	89

 6. Emanuele   Pirro		 10 12 12 20  -  -  -  - 10 12  -  -  -  6  -  -  -  -  -  -	82

 7. Roberto	Ravaglia	  20  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  8 12  -  -  -  -  4 20  6  -	70

 8. Moreno	 Soli		   4  8  2  3  -  -  2  6  3  6  1  -  4  2  4 10  1  3  1  -	60

 9. Luca	   Canni Ferrari  -  -  4  6  3  -  6  -  -  3  2  4  6  3  -  -  2  4  -  -	43

10. Andrea	 Berenghi	   -  -  -  -  8  6  8  8  -  -  -  -  -  -  - 12  -  -  -  -	42

11. Roberto	Moreno		 -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  1  8 10  6  8  8	41

12. Gianni	 Giudici		3  3  -  -  -  2  -  -  2  4  3  -  8  4  -  -  -  -  -  3	32

13. Marco	  Antonelli	  -  -  -  4  6  4  4  4  -  -  4  -  2  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	28

14. Achille	Voltolina	  -  4  -  -  4  3  -  2  -  -  -  -  -  -  2  6  -  2  -  1	24

15. Massimo	Pigoli		 2  6  3  -  -  -  1  -  4  -  -  3  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	19

16. Steve	  Soper		 12  2  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	14

17. Battistino Pregliasco	 -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  4  3  -  3  2	12

18. Roberto	Russo		  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  2  -  -  1  1  6  -  -  -  -  -	10

19. Joachim	Winkelhock	 - 10  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	10

20. Giovanni   Bonanno		-  -  1  2  -  -  3  3  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	 9

21. Luca	   Cadalora	   -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  6	 6

22. Stefano	Buttiero	   -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  2  4	 6

23. Federico   D'Amore		-  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  6  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	 6

24. Alessandro Zanardi		-  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  6  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	 6

25. Eugenio	Corsini		-  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  3  3  -  -  -  -	 6

26. Ermanno	Ronchi		 1  -  -  -  2  -  -  -  1  1  -  1  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	 6

27. Roberto	Del Castello   -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  3  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	 3

28. Mario	  Ghislotti	  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  1  -  -	 1

29. Rinaldo	Capello		-  -  -  -  -  1  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	 1

30. Massimo	Piacentini	 -  1  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	 1
Races as per list I posted some days ago.

Ciao,
Guido
(from AutosprintAnno 1992, page 68)

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Posted 30 September 2004 - 21:12

CAMPIONATO ITALIANO SUPERTURISMO 1992 - Classe S2
SUPERTURISMO S2 - 1992		   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20   TOT

----------------------------  ---- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --   -------

 1. Fabrizio	 Giovanardi   8,75  - 20 20 20 20 15 20 20 15 20 20 20 20 20  -  2  -  -  -   260,75

 2. Gary Patrick Ayles		  12  -  -  3 12  - 12 12  - 12 12 12 10 15 15 15 15 20 15  -   192

 3. Filippo	  Salvarani	17,5 20  6  -  2 10  -  8  1  - 15 15 15  - 12 20  6  - 20  -   167,5

 4. Luca		 Maggiorelli	 -  -  - 12  -  - 20 15 12 20 10  - 12 12  -  - 20 15  -  -   148 

 5. Luigi		Giorgio		 5  - 15 15  -  - 10 10 15 10  6 10  - 10  - 12  -  8  -  -   126

 6. Beppe		Gabbiani		4 10 12  -  -  -  -  -  3  -  8  -  2  8 10  -  - 12 12 20   101

 7. Claudio	  Melotto		 -  6  8  8  4  -  4  3  -  4  2  6  -  2  -  - 10 10  4 10	81

 8. Stefano	  Buttiero		3  -  - 10 15 15  8  -  6  3  3  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	63

 9. Graziano	 Rossi		   -  -  -  - 10 12  -  4 10  6  -  8  -  -  -  -  3  2  6  -	61

10. Maurizio	 Lusuardi		1  -  4  -  3  6  1  -  8  8  -  -  -  4  6  8  8  1  2  -	60

11. Mauro		Trione		  2  8 10  6  6  4  6  6  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	48

12. Giancarlo	Naddeo		  6 15  -  -  -  8  3  -  -  -  4  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	36

13. Rocco		Peduzzi		 -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  6  3  -  -  -  -  10 15   34

14. Roberto	  Macchi		  8 12  -  4  8  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -	32

15. Roberto	  Castagna		-  -  -  -  -  -  2  1  4  2  -  -  4  -  -  10 -  -  1  -	24

16. Paolo		Guaitamacchi	-  -  -  -  -  -  -  2  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  8  12   22

17. Raffaele	 Di Bari		 -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  3  -  8  -  1  4  3  -	19

18. Massimiliano Crinelli		-  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  12 3  -  -	15

19. Costantino   Bertuzzi		-  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  8  6  -  -  -  -  -  -	14

20. Massimo	  Pigoli		  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  4  6  -  -	10

21. Sandra	   Persichetti	 -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  2  -  -  -  -  1  -  -  -  -  -  -	 3
Races as per list I posted some days ago.

First race at Monza had two winner, Giovanardi and Salvarani, because it was not possible to declare a single winner, neither with photofinish. So each driver scored 17,5 points. But Peugeot was squalified after second race (Giovanardi won) and so its point in second race were canceled and points in first race divided by two. That's why he scored 8,75 points.

Ciao,
Guido
(from AutosprintAnno 1992, page 69 and Autosprint 13/1992 page 68)

#26 gdecarli

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Posted 30 September 2004 - 21:20

CAMPIONATO ITALIANO SUPERTURISMO 1992 - Classe S1

(Even though they come from the same Autosprint page, it seems that these statistics don't fit with final standing I have just posted)

Victories 1992
  • Nicola Larini 10
  • Alessandro Nannini 5
  • Giorgio Francia 2
  • Roberto Ravaglia 1
    Emanuele Pirro 1
    Antonio Tamburini 1
Pole Positions 1992
  • Nicola Larini 7
  • Antonio Tamburini 1
    Emanuele Pirro 1
    Alessandro Nannini 1
Fastest laps 1992
  • Nicola Larini 9
  • Alessandro Nannini 4
  • Giorgio Francia 3
  • Roberto Ravaglia 2
  • Emanuele Pirro 1
    Antonio Tamburini 1

Victories 1992
  • Alfa Romeo 17
  • BMW 3
Victories 1988-1992
  • Alfa Romeo 54
  • BMW 38
Pole Positions 1992
  • Alfa Romeo 9
  • BMW 1
Pole Positions 1988-1992
  • Alfa Romeo 52
  • BMW 35
  • Ford 2
Fastest Laps 1992
  • Alfa Romeo 18
  • BMW 2
Fastest Laps 1988-1992
  • Alfa Romeo 31
  • BMW 21
  • Ford 1

Ciao,
Guido
(from AutosprintAnno 1992,page 68)

#27 ricardo1954

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Posted 01 October 2004 - 19:40

Nanni Dietrich, Subh and Gdecarli:

Thanks for the informations about Roberto Moreno.

Ricardo.

#28 gdecarli

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Posted 01 October 2004 - 21:49

Finally I could scan all results of Superturismo and CIVT (Group A and N) 1992.
I have no time to process it, so I uploaded it on my website: you can find a ZIP file (3 MB approx) with 10 GIFs with results of all races.
I will delete this file from my website approx. on next week-end.

Ciao,
Guido

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Posted 02 October 2004 - 08:42

Guido
Great information. Thanks very much.
RAP

#30 subh

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Posted 04 October 2004 - 10:25

Yes. Many thanks!

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Posted 11 April 2007 - 14:26

Ok, old thread but anyone interested in the 1992 Italian Touring Car Championship might want to read this article that Frank Huiskamp and I drafted, celebrating the debut race of the Alfa 155 GTA.

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21 March 1992 - Debut race Alfa 155 GTA

Precisely 15 years ago, Alfa 155 officially began its renowned racing career!

Four Alfa's 155 GTA made their debut during the first race of the Campionato Italiano Superturismo Class S1 of 1992.
Location : L'Autodromo di Monza.

About the teams and the drivers
Martini Alfa Corse with Alessandro Nannini (car number 4) and Nicola Larini (5).
Jolly Club with Antonio Tamburini (7) and Giorgio Francia (8).

About the race
Training. Larini qualified first followed by Nannini.
Race 1. Larini in T-car (05) slipped away as the power steering broke off. Nannini also slipped away since Larini's GTA spilled oil on the track. Result : Francia 2nd, Tamburini 5th, Nannini 6th.
Race 2 (22nd March, 1992). Larini and Nannini starting from back of the grid. Result : Larini 1st, Francia 2nd, Nannini 12th, Tamburini 13th.

You can watch this race and the entire championship on DVD. See ARTC 155 Webshop, Dvd-video

About the cars
Ex Larini (5) : has competed in the Campionato Italiano Velocità Montagna (abbr. C.IV.M. for hill climbing) since 1993. Its owner and driver Mr. Eugenio Molinaro has won various 1st or 2nd places since mid-2005. In 2007 Mr. Molinaro and his Alfa 155 GTA will continue to compete in the C.I.V.M.

Ex Larini (05) : owned by Dutchman Karel Sauerbier who competed in monoposti. His Alfa 155 GTA could be seen during Spettacolo Sportivo, the annual event organized by the Dutch Alfa Romeo Club SCARB.

Ex Nannini : owned by the very nice Mr. Gordon De Adamich. Gordon competed himself in Alfa’s 155 (Q4 and TS) in the C.I.V.T. in 1994, 1996 and 1997.

Ex Tamburini : has competed in the C.I.V.M. since 1993. Owner and driver Mr. Roberto Di Giuseppe won the Class E1 championship in 2005. In 2007 Mr. Di Giuseppe and his Alfa 155 GTA will continue to compete in the C.I.V.M.

Ex Francia : owned by the likewise very nice Mr. Fabio Sordi. His 155 GTA is completely restored to the 1992 specification and is as such recognized by Mr. Giorgio Pianta, ex director Alfa Corse, and Mr, Giorgio Francia. In 2007 Fabio will participate in the Schaer Tourenwagen Events organized by Mr. Kuno Schär.


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Slipping and sliding. Photo: © 2006 Frank Huiskamp.

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All restored. Photo: © 2006 Fabio Sordi.

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Alfa 155 GTA 2006-09-17 No 286 Sauerbier ex 1992 CIVT No 05 Larini. Photo: © 2006 Frank Huiskamp.

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Frank and I are members of the Dutch Alfa 155 club ("ARTC155", www.artc155.nl)

#32 thecako

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Posted 13 April 2007 - 12:43

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Somes press pictures of the alfa in 1992 here
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#33 Jesper O. Hansen

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 19:30

Originally posted by gdecarli
Finally I could scan all results of Superturismo and CIVT (Group A and N) 1992.
I have no time to process it, so I uploaded it on my website: you can find a ZIP file (3 MB approx) with 10 GIFs with results of all races.
I will delete this file from my website approx. on next week-end.

Ciao,
Guido


Guido, would you happen to have results of previous seasons too? I have access to 1990, but the CIVT of 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1991 will be of serious interest, in my quest to map Group A racing around the world.

Jesper

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Posted 12 January 2009 - 19:00

I am preparing a little thing about this Championship. May you help me with the riders' numers and changes?

#35 Jesper O. Hansen

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Posted 13 January 2009 - 18:11

Sure enough, Elford. My best source for numbers would be a 1990 yearbook - heavy on pictures, decent on results (the DNF's not mentioned) and race reports.

Jesper

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Posted 13 January 2009 - 20:02

thank you. May we talk?

#37 Jesper O. Hansen

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Posted 14 January 2009 - 13:23

We can talk ..or is it write? Is it the entire period from 1987 up untill today or a more specific period you are covering?

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Posted 14 January 2009 - 17:15

I had the idea of do it year by year. As we already have a thread for 1992. You have more material otherwise the material of Italian Touring Cars?

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Posted 14 January 2009 - 21:45

I presume these Alfas were Group A cars - with their aerodynamic accoutrements, they do look somewhat similar to the DTM Alfas circa '94 - forgive me for my ignorance, but was their any/much cross over between Group A/Class 1 regs? Forgive me for my obvious stupidity ;)

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#40 Gav Astill

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 13:15

Is the Graziano Rossi who raced the BMW M3 in Division S2 the ex Motorcycle GP racer and father of multiple World Motorcycling Champion, Valentino ???

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 13:19

Originally posted by Gav Astill
Is the Graziano Rossi who raced the BMW M3 in Division S2 the ex Motorcycle GP racer and father of multiple World Motorcycling Champion, Valentino ???


Apparently Rossi is one of the most common Italian surnames, so it could be someone else, but it wouldn't surprise me if it was the same man.

#42 Gav Astill

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 14:23

Originally posted by Rob


Apparently Rossi is one of the most common Italian surnames, so it could be someone else, but it wouldn't surprise me if it was the same man.

To clarify; Valentino's dad is a Graziano Rossi, but is he this one?

#43 Jesper O. Hansen

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Posted 15 January 2009 - 19:40

Originally posted by Rob


Apparently Rossi is one of the most common Italian surnames, so it could be someone else, but it wouldn't surprise me if it was the same man.


Doctors is apparently also a common title in Italy! I thought that his father was a former bike rider but could have made the switch at some stage. A Graziano Rossi finished 10th in the Italian CIVT of 1990.

Originally posted by TennisUK
I presume these Alfas were Group A cars - with their aerodynamic accoutrements, they do look somewhat similar to the DTM Alfas circa '94 - forgive me for my ignorance, but was their any/much cross over between Group A/Class 1 regs? Forgive me for my obvious stupidity ;)


The 1992 CIVT Alfa Romeo Alfa 155 Q4 was homologated as an evolution of the Alfa 75 Turbo (!), but only by the Italian Governing body CSAI. The DTM/ITC 155s of 1993-1996 had a 2.5 V6 engine.

The original 1984 DTM (Deutsche Produktionswagen Meisterschaft) was closely based on the then FIA Group A regulations but even out the differences between different engine sizes cars above 3 litre capacity gained in weight but in some cases also granted wider tyres, while cars below 3 litre was largely unaffected. All cars were subject to stricter noise levels though. As time evolved so did the DTM away from FIA Group A. Weight limits were played around with all through 1984-1992, sometimes from race to race, while Turbo engines were limited with restrictors from at least 1987-1989 when turbos were abolished, as two of the major differences. By 1990 Opel entered their Omega 24V despite it wasn’t homologated for Group A for another year and I think that the previous Kadett 16V was a regular entry for Heinz-Friedrich Peil during the 1988 season, but only FIA homologated in the fall.
I think the FIA Class 1 regulations used for the final ITC 1996 had little left of any Group A traits, but it is for others to detail the evolution of DTM regulations after the early 1990s, as cars were becoming too uniform for my liking and so did the interest.

Jesper