Ferrari-powered C41 actually was one of the outsiders of the season – the team finished penultimate in the constructor’s standings, ahead of only Haas. Antonio Giovinazzi scored 3 points finishing 10th at Monaco and 9th in Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. At the Italian Grand Prix Alfa Romeo presented special livery in Italian national colors to celebrate the 111 anniversary of the company and to mark the very first World Championship win back in 1950. On September 3 of that year, Giuseppe Farina won the World Championship at Monza in his Alfetta 158.
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