The integration of the ETCR kit in the Alfa Romeo Giulia ETCR by Romeo Ferraris has been completed.
Last weekend, the Italian manufacturer’s staff and the technical personnel from WSC, Williams Advanced Engineering and Magelec have completed the preliminary fitting phases that will allow the track debut of the Giulia ETCR in the test organized at Vallelunga by WSC.
Following the official presentation last November, the integration process has been significantly delayed by the pandemic, nevertheless, thanks to the efforts of the Romeo Ferraris team, led by Mario Ferraris, of WSC and WAE, it was possible to complete the battery installation, thus allowing the Giulia ETCR by Romeo Ferraris to get rolling for the first time.
Michela Cerruti, Romeo Ferraris Operations Manager, said: “The successful installation of the battery in the Giulia ETCR completed the long process of designing the car. It hasn't been easy, as we have faced numerous obstacles of logistical nature, but our crew has performed a perfect job. I am personally quite happy because for a private manufacture like ours, this is a gigantic step and I feel proud of the work and dedication of our staff. The most challenging part starts now, but as we’ve shown in the past, we have the competence and the resources to race on a top level and look forward to the forthcoming weeks with great determination."
Picture: Romeo Ferraris