Due to the Covid-19 emergency the 2020 edition of the Autogiro d’Italia will take place
from 13th to 19th September

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Autogiro D’Italia

Regularity rallies are one of the great italian racing traditions which deserve to be taken back into play. Autogiro d’Italia is to be considered from 2019 a fixed date in the Historical Challenges calendar.
A time speed distance race where participants need to comply with a schedule and a road map or maybe just a tourist raid, these are both the spirit and the attitude with which drivers and teams shall be asked to face a series of stages over a six days event which will take contendants accross cities of art and culture with a true  italian atmosphere.

L’Autogiro d’Italia 2020

Verona, from the 13th to the 19th of September 2020.


A historic race and an epic itinerary to discover. From Giovanni Agnelli, Emanuele Bricherasio, Vincenzo Lancia and many other names of great importance as Mario Umberto Borzacchini, Tazio Nuvolari, Campari, Varzi, Taruffi and Fangio to nowadays Markku Allen or Riccardo Patrese. Many drivers have accepted the challenge and enjoyed the blending of emotions that Autogiro offers. Six days, six legs, six itineraries.

The 2020 edition will be run accross the most beautiful roads of northern Italy.

With the sole aim of travelling around the most beautiful roads of our country, we shall be crossing a good part of the Veneto district, climbing up the Dolomites and descend into the Lake of Garda, Salsomaggiore and Montecatini Terme. We shall visit the best  known towns in the Dolomites, from Corvara in Badia to Madonna di Campiglio, from Selva di Val Gardena to Ortisei and Pinzolo. We shall climb over the very famous Rolle pass, Gardena pass and Giau pass.

Autogiro 2020 will take the start from Verona on the 13th September and will return to the same point on the 19th of September after having traversed 1.678 Km of out standing though demanding roads.

L’Autogiro D’Italia 2019

The 2019 edition has seen participants to the Autogiro driving  through the beautiful though demanding roads of the central part  of Italy for more than 1500 km.

In fact, on the 1st of JUly last , Autogiro concluded it first edition at the Anfiteatro di Bleso in Tivoli. Six days of highly demanding driving conditions due to difficoult weather conditions mixed up with not easy roads.

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