After years of trying and finishing second in the World Championship for Makes in 1974, Alfa Romeo finally took the title in 1975 with Tipo 33 TT/12 winning seven out of the eight races contested that year. The Delta Auto designed 1975 Tip0 33 TT/12 sported a three litre, flat 12 making 500 bhp with an F1 style air box intake, added the year before at the Monza 1000 km event.
Withe the engine n producing over 520BHP, Alfa found perfection two years later with the twin turbo charged Tipo 33 SC12 driven by Arturo Merzario, Jean-Pierre Jarier and Vittorio Brambilla winning every race in the World Championship for Sports Cars. At the Salzburgring the car reached an average speed of over 126 mph and the twin turbo formula was eventually adopted by many Formula One teams.
Almost Perfect—1975 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 TT/12 is available as a framed or unframed archival print (sized 16: x 32″), printed on brushed aluminum (sized 23″ x 47″), or as a large-scale dye-sublimated display (size 40″ x 80″).