2019 Articles #Fiat


In what will create the 4th largest car group in the world, the tying of the knot between FCA and PSA will see a new powerhouse as the next age of the automobile looms. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at where the savings and investment may lie for the new Franco-Italian Empire. By Sean Smith

2020 will see the introduction of the Electric Touring Car Racing Series, pitting real life road cars against each other under electric power alone. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the specs and the potential of this series and why it matters to the world. By Sean Smith

With Alfa Romeo joining Ferrari in the glitz and glamour of Formula 1, it leaves the question of what to do with the third main member of the Fiat family? Today Stelvio Automotive looks at one idea, that being why Maserati would be a perfect fit for the World’s premier touring car series. By Sean Smith

The 2010s has seen the reincarnations of the Toyota Supra and Honda NSX, the resurgence of the saloon in the Alfa Romeo Guilia, and a blandness of the general population though SUVs. But today Stelvio Automotive shows off some of the cars which “COULD” (and should) happen in the next decade... fingers crossed! By Sean Smith

Customer car or B-Team, which option is best? Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at Haas and Alfa Romeo and weighs up the positives and negatives of both operations for the season and long term to decide which business model is likely to achieve success in the F1 ‘Pirahna Club’. By Sean Smith

2018 saw the 4th oldest team on the F1 grid rise from near bankruptcy to debatably having the fastest car in the sport’s unofficial “class B”. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the story of Sauber and why they could be a key player in the 2019 Championship and beyond. By Sean Smith