This unbelievable rally and GT car collection is a monument to Abarth’s racing past
Fondazione Gino Macaluso is a family organization, based in Italy, in charge of former Fiat/Abarth works co-pilot Luigi “Gino” Macaluso’s unique race car collection. The foundation is the caretaker of a fleet of unique rally cars, iconic GTs from the 1960s, and even Italian curiosities such as prepped Fiat Cinquecentos and Puntos.
Between 1969 and his graduation with an architecture degree in 1974, Macaluso won the European Rally Championship with the Fiat works team, navigating for driver Emanuele Pinto in Fiat 124 Spider. A victory at Rally Italy followed, with Maurizio Verini in a Fiat 124 Abarth.