“This 2021 edition has been a huge challenge – said Giampiero Sacchi, managing director of Autogiro d’Italia -. Despite everyone’s will to be here and thus provide continuity to this project, the difficulties we had to overcome have been so many. The organization of an event of more than 1600 kilometres in which the itinerary is fully signalised and is a week long has to be efficient and effective. With all this said, if success is equal to the satisfaction of participants, I couldn’t be prouder of how we have accomplished our task.
I want to thank all entrants, authorities, sponsors and the organizing group, but mostly I’d like to say thank you to CSI, Centro Sportivo Italiano and to Mr. Alberto Scuro, Chairman of Asi. Organizing the Autogiro d’Italia under their auspices is not only a great satisfaction but also a reason to be proud of as it represents the admission of the importance that this event is gaining year after year. While we are celebrating the conclusion of the 2021 edition, we are already working for the 2022 edition, and I can guarantee that it will be a unique one”.
“Firstly, I want to congratulate myself with Mr. Sacchi for the outstanding organization and successful outcome of the 2021 edition of the Autogiro d’ Italia – these are the words of the ASI Chairman Mr. Alberto Scuro. Organizing an event as this one is not easy, even worst in the current situation in which, as we all know, circumstances are difficult. The increase of participants and cars attending the event proof how worthy this project is. We are proud to sponsor Autogiro d’Italia and need this kind of events that not only reflects the dynamism of the classic cars world, but also attract young people to it. Memory and passion for all of this need to be kept alive to ensure that such a cultural heritage doesn’t get lost”