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.
From 2020 it will also be possible to register to Autogiro Short Ride. Three days to get a glimpse of the great emotion that the event may bring along.
Autogiro d’Italia 2021
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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.
The two seas. From the 24TH to the 29th of may 2021.
Starting from Versilia, a region overlooking the Tyrrenian, the sea of Tuscany, towards the Region of Marche, touched by the Adriatic Sea,
passing through Umbria, the green heart of Italy, the Republic of San Marino and the Apennines.
A voyage that combines an impressive treasure made of colours, flavors and images which are hard to forget with the beautiful landscapes of the maremma grossetana and the Umbrian hills, where there is not a village that hasn’t got a story to tell.
Pittigliano, Spello, Assisi, Gubbio, Spoleto, Ascoli Piceno, are just some of others hidden beauties that we shall discover along our way.
The third edition of Autogiro d’ Italia will start from Grossetto and will stop over at Todi, an ancient city in the heart of Umbria. We shall then move to the Serenissima Republic of San Marino, whose historic center has been included among the UNESCO world heritage, and then, from the top of Mount Titano, we shall head to the Bay of Gabicce, where sea and hills will come together to welcome the crew.
The fourth stage of our journey will take us from Gabbice to Ascoli Piceno, the city of the thousand towers, whose famous historic center mostly built in Travertine will meet us at the renaissance Piazza del Popolo. Crews shall then head to Spoleto, a medieval city world widely known for the Festival dei Due Mondi. The sixth and final leg shall take us to the starting point, Grosseto, where we will celebrate the completion of 1.616 km of beautiful Italian roads toge
Autogiro D'Italia, great success for 2020 edition.
Zappelli-Scandurra on a Ferrari F355 GTS first on the final standing.
Arrival of the participants to the castle in Villafranca di Verona sealed the conclusion of the second edition of Autogiro D’italia 2020, the time-distance- speed race launched whit the partnership of Confartigianato Imprese which has become a must within the program of the historic challenges .
After almost 1700 kilometers divided in six legs, participating crews returned to where the adventure started on the 14th of September. For the second year in a row, the winner was a yellow car although this time was the 1991 Ferrari F355 GTS driven by crew Zappelli-Scandurra initially registered at the Supercar class. The amazing yellow Ferrari lead the event since the very first day preceding crew Bardelli – Urlo on a 1957 Mercedes 220S, first registered at the Historic class. Classic class has been assigned to crew Amodeo- Battistacci on a 1936 Jaguar SS100 while Vintage Class has been awarded to Federico Malaguti on a 1996 Jaguar E-Type.
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