The 6C 1750 SS model was new racing and sports car model by Alfa Rome built in 1929. The car was designed by Vittorio Jano, and the model index indicates that the car was powered by 6-cylinder supercharged engine with the displacement of 1750 cc. SS in the model name stands for Super Sport. The car was introduced in the 1929 Mille Miglia.
For the Targa Florio race the Alfa Romeo factory team under its official name of SA Italiana Ing. Nicola Romeo entered three new 6C-1750 SS cars for Giuseppe Campari, Gastone Brilli-Peri and Achille Varzi. The exhausting race ended with victory for Albert Divo in Bugatti T35C, his second win in Targa after 1928 success. Divo finished ahead of Ferdinando Minoia in another Bugatti, followed by the Alfas of Brilli-Peri and Campari, who were the only other finishers.
|1929||Grand Prix||Targa Florio|
|Giuseppe Campari||2||SA Italiana Ing. Nicola Romeo|
|1:43||Brian Phipps / Metro Conversion|