Calendar Contest


The AONE

Photo Contest Winners Are Announced!

You submitted your entries, cast your votes, and the results are in! There were dozens of great photos entered in the AONE Alfa Romeo Calendar Photo Contest this year, so your job was difficult but, in the end, 13 photos emerged to top the voting (one for each month plus the cover). The winners are presented below, starting with the top vote-getter. (This isn't the order in which they'll be presented in the calendar, which will be more seasonal.)

Our congratulations go to the winners, who will get 1) to see their Alfas glorified as glossy photos that people will admire for an entire month next year, and 2) a free wall calendar! (If you're a winner and your photo is of another member's Alfa, you get the free calendar — the prize goes to the person who submitted the photo!) And don't forget — if your photo wasn't in the top 13 this year, it will automatically be entered in next year's contest (unless it's in the bottom 13 ;-).

Contest winners: Please review the caption on your photo below and contact webmaster@velocissima.com ASAP with any changes.

The 2019 AONE Wall Calendar is going to be another terrific one! The small internet-size photos here don't do the real photos justice. We'll let you know as soon as the calendars arrive from the printer and are available for purchase. Thanks for your participation!Tiny Quadrifoglio


Maxwell Schuler's 2017 Giulia Q4 having no problem with the snow in Strafford, NH


Roger Cassin (256) and Paul Glynn (512) straightening out the esses at Lime Rock Park


The 2017 Giulia of Robert Rook and Adrien Sipos poised at the summit of Mount Washington


John Darack's 1958 Giulietta Spider Veloce with appreciative onlookers on Commonwealth Avenue, Boston


Tom Larsen's beautiful 1961 Giulietta Sprint Speciale basking in the autumn sunlight


Jim Miga found an attractive spot to photograph the 1966 Duetto that he's owned practically forever


Ladies before gentlemen — John Feng coming up the esses at Watkins Glen in front of the stately Brits


John DeWaele's 1972 GTV parked roadside in eastern Canada on the way home from the 2017 convention


The Fierros and the Perrys in their Spiders during the 2016 AONE Tri-State Seacoast Tour (Deb Donovan photo)


The Kress and Pratt Alfa Romeo Giulia sedans, whose birthdays are exactly 50 years apart


A Tipo 33 in traditional red and yellow with Alfa vans behind, taken by Jay Woodruff at the Lime Rock Vintage Weekend


Gary Levesque's 1971 Junior Zagato next to Lake Congamond in Southwick, Massachusetts


While getting his chocolate fix, Philip Olivetti photographed his 1972 Spider at Thorncrest Farm in Goshen, Connecticut

 

Calendar Contest