1000 miglia passing through Modena

1000 miglia passing through Modena

The 2021 race will follow the tradition of the route, from Brescia to Rome and back, with legs in Viareggio and Bologna, but this edition will introduce an absolute novelty for the re-enactment of the 1000 Miglia: for the first time ever, the race will take place in the opposite direction of the recent editions, driving in the counter-clockwise direction of many editions of the original speed race.

Cars will arrive in Modena and pass through the old city center on June 19th

From Brescia, the crews will head towards the Tyrrhenian coast and stop in Viareggio, leaving the next day for Rome. The third leg will start in the Capital, go up north and end beyond the Apennines, in Bologna. The fourth and last leg, from Bologna, will finish with the traditional arrival in Brescia. A feature that will satisfy many fans of the race will be a new route leading the crews to face, for the first time, three mountain passes: the Cisa Pass in the first leg and the Futa and Raticosa Passes on the third day.

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