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 2022

Italy as you have never seen it

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 10th to the 16th of October 2021.

Starting from Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, on the Adriatic sea, towards  Grosseto, on the sea of Tuscany, a region overlooking the Tyrrenian, 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.

Autogiro D'Italia, great success for 2020 edition.
Zappelli-Scandurra on a Ferrari F355 GTS first on the final standing.

The arrival of participants to the Adriatic coast sealed the conclusion of the third edition of the Autogiro d’ Italia, a  challenge of more than 1600 kilometres that this year has gone through the centre of our peninsula from east to west, back and forth.

Participants to the event were more than fifty crews.  At the end, the wining crew was number 209 Zappeli – Scandurra on a 1995 Ferrari F355 GTS confirming last year’s victory in Verona.

The 2021 edition has seen for the first time the establishment of the Concours d’ Elegance which hasn’t been assigned by a jury but through a balloting to which all  participants have taken part. The Best of Show award has been assigned to crew  Bardelli- Urlo on a 1962 Jaguar EType.

The awarding ceremony has taken place at the Grand Hotel des Bains in Riccione, in the presence of the President of the ASI, Mr. Alberto Scuro.

Mercedes-Benz, a fully electric net zero emissions car, places second in the final standing of the super car class of the Autogiro d’ Italia.

On the one hand Autogiro d’ Italia represents the tradition of sports and the motorsport legacy, on the other hand we have the eco-friendly mobility with net zero emissions, clean and sustainable, that no doubt represents the future.

Mercedes Benz has certainly written sport cars history, but is also the one that can narrate a way of traveling which provides the best expression of technology applied to the automotive industry.

MB’ EQC a fully electric net zero emissions car, which allows more than 400 kilometres of battery life its already available,  but the real news is that the EQC was registered in the super car class of the 2021 Autogiro d’Italia.

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