In 1968 the Alfa Romeo Racing Department designed and built the first evolution of the Tipo 33 car which was bodied by Franco Scaglione. At the 24 Hours of Daytona, in the race dominated by the 2.2-liter Porsche 907s, they took first place in their class, ahead of two other sister cars. The arrival of the three cars in the parade, following the example of the Ferrari 330 P the previous year, meant that the "33" was recognized from that moment also with the nickname of "Daytona".

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