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Italian motor manufacturer Alfa Romeo has participated many times in Formula One. It currently participates as Alfa Romeo Racing while being operated by Sauber Motorsport AG. The brand has competed in motor racing as both a constructor and engine supplier sporadically between 1950 and 1987, and later as a commercial partner since 2015. The company's works drivers won the first two World Drivers' Championships in the pre-war Alfetta: Nino Farina in 1950; and Juan Manuel Fangio in 1951. Following these successes Alfa Romeo withdrew from Formula One.
During the 1960s, although the company had no official presence in the top tier of motorsport a number of Formula One teams used independently developed Alfa Romeo engines to power their cars. In the early 1970s, Alfa provided Formula One support for their works driver Andrea de Adamich, supplying adapted versions of their 3-litre V8 engine from the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3 sports car to power Adamich's McLaren (1970) and March (1971) entries. None of these engine combinations scored championship points.
In the mid-1970s, Alfa engineer Carlo Chiti designed a flat-12 engine to replace the T33 V8, which achieved some success in taking the 1975 World Sportscar Championship. Bernie Ecclestone, then owner of the Brabham Formula One team, persuaded Alfa Romeo to supply this engine free for the 1976 Formula One season. Although the Brabham-Alfa Romeo's first season was relatively modest, during the 1977 and 1978 World Championships their cars took 14 podium finishes, including two race victories for Niki Lauda.
The company's sporting department, Autodelta, returned as the works team in 1979. This second period as a constructor was less successful than the first. Between the company's return and its withdrawal as a constructor at the end of 1985, Alfa works drivers did not win a race and the team never finished higher than sixth in the World Constructors' Championship. The team's engines were also supplied to Osella from 1983 to 1987, but they scored only two World Championship points during this period.
The Alfa Romeo logo returned to Formula One in 2015, appearing on the Scuderia Ferrari cars. In late 2017, Alfa Romeo announced that they were to become title sponsors for Sauber from 2018, and had entered into a technical and commercial partnership with the team. Alfa Romeo returned to the sport as their own team when Sauber was renamed at the beginning of 2019.
P320 RXP XFull with Romeo1Pro with Metal Shroud, Two 17 rounds magazines, Wilson Combat grip module, and Sig Sauer's XCarry grip module.
Similar to my VP9 Tactical, I'm selling it for additional funds for other things. Also have only 50 rounds through it.
Cash only, please. FFL transfer will...
CZ P10C with Sig Romeo1 Red Dot. Comes with 2 magazines, OWB holster, and hard case. The slide has been cerakote FDE. Fires great as I been using this as a side arm on my recent hunts. Just cleaning out the safe a bit. No trades
For Sale is my lightly used Sig Sauer P229-1 RX slide with Romeo1 Red Dot in 6MOA. These are very hard to find. Also comes with Suppressor Height Contrast Sights for Co-Witness! Also includes a P229-1 15 round magazine, manual for a P229 and manual for the optic. Have about 50 rounds through...
For Sale is my lightly used Sig Sauer P229-1 RX slide with Romeo1 Red Dot in 6MOA. These are very hard to find. Also comes with Suppressor Height Contrast Sights for Co-Witness! Also includes a P229-1 15 round magazine and manual for a P229 and manual for the optic. Have about 50 rounds through...
This gun is in great condition. It has a brand new and never shot with optic w/ oem lens cover and a fresh battery.
Nitron Coated Slide
3.6 inch Barrel
x2 15 Rd Magazines AND x1 17 Round Mag
Suppressor-height night sights
BRAND NEW Romeo1 Reflex RDS optic
Apex Advanced Forward Set Trigger
For Sale is my lightly used Sig P226 SAO RX Legion in Excellent Condition. Romeo1 red dot is 3 MOA. Has XRAY3 Suppressor Height Night Sights. Comes with 2 NEW 15 round magazines, Romeo1 tool and cover, case, lock, book and stickers. Approximately 250 rounds through this gun.
Cash Only. Buyer...
Sig p320rx slide and grip
Factory barrel (about 300 rounds through it)
Romeo 1 reddot
Siglite suppressor hight sights (1.5 years old)
Full size med grip
Sig reddot tool
3d printed slide cut cover
All you need to have a complete gun:
Guide rod and spring
Take down lever
SIG P239 TacOps with threaded barrel, 2 mags one 8rd and 1 10rd. No box. Includes a Romeo 1 and an adapter plate for mounting. Gun has SIG night sights on it now.
Burlingame Area, 97219 $650 cash or trade for Beretta 21a plus cash, or would trade straight for a GEN3 IIT Tube
Cz p10c with romeo1 and streamlight TLR-3. It does have a home stippling job I did not do. I traded for this back in January. It does come with an extra mag and box. ~400 rounds I put through it not sure on the last owner
I'm open to trades
-ammo in 5.56 or 9mm
-primary arms SLx 1-6 FFP
Gen 1 Sig Sauer P320 X-Five
I ran this pistol in Carry Optics for about a year (200 rounds a month for 8 months or so). It has a 6moa Romeo1 with the original packaging. It has the 3 factory magazines, which are mostly unused since these are not the mags I used for competition. They are in...
This mount is for a Sig Romeo1 mini red dot sight (the regular one, not the brand new “pro” model) to mount it to a picatinny rail. I bought it to run the Romeo1 from my Legion RX pistol slide on my Fire Control Unit X01. But then I decided to sell the Legion RX, so I no longer need this mount...