Alfa Romeo is a renowned Italian carmaker who has been celebrated through the history of auto sports. The company was founded on June 24, 1910 in Milan. It has been present in the car sport since 1911. From 1932-1986, it was owned by the state, and in 1986 it became a member of the FIAT Group. In February 2007, there was a reorganization within the Fiat Group, and thus there were Alfa Romeo cars, A.D. The original company, which was later transformed into a transformation, was called SAID (Società Anonima Italiana Darracq). It was founded in 1906 by a French citizen named 'Alexandre Darracq' and a group of Italian investors. Due to poor sales results, at the end of 1909, a new firm named A.L.F.A (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili) was founded. The first model, 24 hp, saw the light of 1910, designed by Giuseppe Merosio immediately began his "racing career" in the race Targa Florio. In 1915, the company was taken over by Nikola Romeo, which redirects the production program of the factory for the needs of the army. In the 1920s, the name of the company is changing to Alfa Romeo, and under the new name it also throws out a new car model; Torpedo 20-30HP.