Yes I do, but always sensibly. (or as sensible as possible
I never go above 2500-3000 rpm in the first 15 minutes. Oil needs te get up to temperature before you let her go. I don't worry about taking her to the read line, but only when she's fully warmed up.
On the dutch roads I never exceed 30 km/h above the speed limit (150 km/h tops at the motorway). My drivers-licence is worth so much more and also my safety, that of my car and the other road users is more important. I get my speed kicks on a track, not on public roads. Like it should be.
On the german autobahn I regularly take her to 240 km/h and above, but only when the speed is unrestricted, the road is completely dry and when there's is little or no other (slow) traffic.
On track I don't look at the speedo that much. I think that the maximum speeds are around 180-190 km/h at Zolder, 200-210 at Spa and just under 200 at Zandvoort. Had no time to look at the speedo on the Ring at all. Man that's a track that needs all my attention for now. If I have the balls to look down I'll check it tomorrow!!!
Alfa's are made for sporty driving, but only when its safe for you, your car and innocent road users.