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Alfa Romeo Cloverleaf club

Alfa Romeo UK are about to launch a new club for Alfisti called the cloverleaf club and it promises to give you a number of benefits, you will need to register with the club (see link at the bottom of the page) and then you will get the news about new models first and you will also be able to reserve particular models before they are released to the general public. Alfa Romeo UK will also put you in touch with your local dealer to organise a test drive at your convenience.

The club is organising driving experience days with five locations planned for 2008 including Donnington, Brands Hatch, Thruxton, Oulton Park and Croft. In addition to this as a club member you could also be able to get complimentary tickets to The British Motor Show, Goodwood festival of speed and the World Super Bike Championship and they will send you emails to tell you what is happening.

The club also publishes 8 magazines a year and these cover a variety of topics from new model releases to articles on cultural events in Italy, the magazine is a quality publication and is well worth a read. In addition to all this there will also be a forum, an online shop and an opportunity for you to give feed back on what you would like Alfa Romeo to do next, so it is worth registering but according to my sources this does require persistence.

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