Alfa Romeo dominated touring car racing in Europe from 1992 to 1996 with its 155 sedans. Knocking cars like the formidable Mercedes 190E out of the top spot, the 155 would see constant updates that kept it at the forefront of competition across the Continent, from Germany to Spain to England. This 155 V6 TI ITC is the ultimate evolution of the 155, sharing as much with Formula One cars of the era as its road-going namesake. Tubular front and rear subframes carry F1-style pushrod-actuated suspension, along with a paddle-shift transmission and highly-developed aerodynamics. A 490-horsepower, 11,900 RPM V6 delivered power to all four wheels via a sophisticated drive system, enough to power the 155 from 0-62 in 2.5 seconds. Chassis 005, pictured here, won races at Interlagos and Mugello, finishing 11th overall in the standings. The car will cross the block June 15 in Milan.