By: Ashley McCubbin
TORONTO, Ontario — It’s very rare for fans to get a chance to see an F1 car up close. It becomes even less a chance of happening when the international series only races in Canada once in Montreal, Quebec during the summer.
It’s why any fan should make the trip down to the Canadian International Auto Show at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto this week to see Alfa Romeo’s 2022 entry up-close, admiring the technology behind the speed.
This marks the second Formula 1 entry to be shown in recent years at the show, after SportPesa Racing Point F1 team utilized the show to unveil their livery for Canadian Lance Stroll and teammate Sergio Perez in 2019.
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