Now you see it - now you don't
Yellow Alfa Romeo Spider resurrected after two years

'I am beginning to get settled', says a satisfied Jørgen Klitholm from his Århus race joint. 'House, job, car(s), nudge-nudge; you know, life's good, but I miss the racing'. So now it is time for a resurrection of the wounded yellow motor.

Jørgen Klitholm pulls the Alfa Romeo Spider out of his new garage and hauls it to the mechanics for an engine-out refurbishment
It suffered a damaged main bearing at the 2007 HMS test-day, and since then it hasn't seen any action; nor has Klitholm, so the urge is understandable.

'I took the car to Arne Juel, and he's going to change whatever part necessary in the 170 bhp engine', prompts the ITR star-driver.

Team manager Per Einarsson tells that the car is supposed to be running at the Copenhagen Historic GP in August. 'The weekend before we go to the Nürburgring for the Oldtimer GP and some northlooping', continues the famous team manager and adds: 'We will welcome the tifosi in the VIP lounge, and hope for some Bella Lago attandance also'. But that is up to Luca Brasi back in Maranello.