There were at least three chassis built of this 1967 Italian F3 machine, seemingly it was an almost exact Brabham BT10 copy. It was driven by future F1 driver Andrea de Adamich and its biggest moment was winning a F3 race at Imola in May were de Adamich beat a reasonable field that included Clay Regazzoni, Silvio Moser and Manfred Mohr. It had a number of other quite competitive outings during the year and de Adamich finished in the upper reaches of the Italian Championship. It is possible that it was designed by driver Guglielmo Bellasi who was also responsible for the Bellasi (q.v.) range of cars.
1967 Andrea de Adamich, Alessandro Angeleri, Guglielmo Bellasi, Guffanti.