In the new three class Championship structure, “Modified” will continue the tradition of the old Class A1 and A2, offering a place for some really quick machinery where there is scope for engineering ingenuity and preparation expertise that cannot be exploited in a class that is restricted by strict adherence to standard specifications. This is where you will find the quickest cars in the Alfa Championship with competitors using many different approaches to the same objective – going as quickly as possible! Turbochargers and superchargers are permitted, also sequential gearboxes where specified in the regulations. At one end of the scale there are the light fuel injected 33 16 valves from the old A2 class. At the other, during 2014, the large capacity V6 engined cars which included a GTV6, 156 and 147 all using a 24 valve 3.8 litre version of the famous Alfa power unit, and a supercharged 3.2 litre GTV. In between we had three turbocharged 2 litre 156s – each with a different engine – 16v, ex 155 Q4 and current Giulietta 1750. As can be seen, there is no lack of variety! Cars in the Modified class run on slicks. SuperTurismo cars are not permitted.