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4C on Goodwood Hill

Here's a new video - Enjoy!

FortyOneSix - Alfa Romeo 4C versus the Goodwood Hillclimb
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Faster than a corvette and a v12 vantage s, thats some going.


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And heres the road review FortyOneSix - Road Test Review: Alfa 4C
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Yes indeed. I'm guessing the Mid-engined layout and much-lauded traction are responsible for that. Make the driver much more comfortable pushing it in the wet, especially with less power.

Take a risk in the Jag/Vette/Aston and you've punted a lot of car.
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Drove a G 170 TCT up there pretty hard on a frosty December morning. Not easy. The 4c did well.
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Enjoyed that! Great comments and yep just look at that time board. 😊


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That was great, finally got to hear the engine note without any music or some nobber talking over it. Sound fab for a 4-pot!
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Looks like its developing a great reputation.

And the headlights aren't such a big issue now. Bit like a beauty mark on a supermodels face.

Btw the 4C is Not a Senior Hatchback - Please have some manners.

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