Did you know that: The first Formula 1 drivers’ world championship took place in the year 1950 and it was won by Italian racer Giuseppe Farina. The car he won the title in was an Alfa Romeo. The Italian manufacturer already had decades of Grand Prix racing experience before F1 made its debut and that experience paid off handsomely during the early days of the championship. Alfa Romeo remained involved in F1 as either a constructor or engine supplier until 1988.
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