Consalvo Sanesi (Terranuova Bracciolini, March 28, 1911 - Milan, July 28, 1998) was an Italian racing driver at the turn of the Second World War. He was a symbolic figure of Alfa Romeo: Sanesi, beyond the races, was the one who approved all the Alfa Romeo cars produced after the war, those that decreed the true resurgence of Alfa, and his judgments were almost "law" for the production and above all for the designers, of whom he enjoyed full confidence.

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