The Azzurri’s achievement at Wembley has conquered everyone in Italy. Obviously also the world of the car, with many manufacturers of the Peninsula that have paid homage to the team led by Roberto Mancini. From the tweet of Alfa Romeo to that of Maserati, passing through the posts of Fiat, Ferrari e Lamborghini: social celebrations are many and all different from each other, but with two things in common: the passion for the national team and respect for the opponents.
It is no coincidence that under a beautiful blue sky, the Biscione immortalized three Giulia, placed side by side, to create its own special version of the tricolor, complete with a caption to compliment the players and hashtags to remember the pride of being Italian.
Nice curtain between the team Formula 1 of Mercedes and Scuderia Ferrari. The Twitter account of the Stella team had maliciously asked its fans to make a prediction: would the Cup return home or would it take the road to Rome? The reference is to the catchphrase that exploded on social media in recent days. La Rossa responded by reassuring rivals: the trophy arrived safely in the capital of Italy. From Maranello they also congratulated Mancini’s troops.
Fiat also had its say in shooting the web duel and published a photo of a 500 from which the Italian flag peeps out: “Now we can shout it out loud, ‘It’s coming Rome’. Great football is tinged with blue at Wembley. Thanks for the whole journey, it was an unforgettable journey ”, reports the tweet of the House.
Tribute also felt by Lamborghini, in the Aventador version under the green, white and red fireworks. But the real protagonist of the place is the other color that characterizes our team: “It’s not a blue livery, it’s Blue! We want to congratulate the Italian national football team on his victory extraordinary! We hope to see you soon in Sant’Agata Bolognese to celebrate ”.
Few, but full of pride, are the words used by Maserati: “Masters of Italian audacity”, is the writing that stands out under a MC20 almost enveloped in tricolor fumes.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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