The 1000 Miglia 2020, the thirty-eighth edition of the historical re-enactment of the race held from 1927 to 1957, will start from Brescia on the 13th May returning on Saturday the 16th.
At the starting tape of the most important vintage car regularity race in the world, this year there will be 400 carefully selected cars.
1000 Miglia 2020 Route
Wednesday 13 May
From Brescia, the procession of vintage cars will cross the picturesque towns of Lake Garda, Desenzano and Sirmione, and will continue through Villafranca di Verona, Mantua, Ferrara and Ravenna to conclude the first day of competition at Cervia – Milan Marittima.
Thursday 14 May
From Cesenatico, the cars will go down to Urbino, Fabriano, Macerata, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno to enter the areas that still bear the signs of the 2016 earthquake, passing through Macerata, Fermo, Ascoli Piceno and Amatrice. From Rieti, vintage cars will arrive in Rome where, after the usual parade through the streets of the Eternal City, the second leg will end on the ever exciting via Veneto catwalk.
Friday 15 May
At the start of the early morning of the third and long leg, the cars will reach in succession Ronciglione, Radicofani, Viterbo and Castiglione d’Orcia to then stop again in the magnificent Piazza Il Campo di Siena. Going up from Lucca, the cars will leave Tuscany crossing the Cisa Pass, to then stop in Parma, the 2020 Italian Capital of Culture city, which will welcome the crews for the last night of the race.
Saturday 16 May
The fourth and final day will see the passage from Salsomaggiore Terme, from the village of Castell’Arquato (Piacenza), from Cernusco sul Naviglio, the town in the province of Milan recently named the European City of Sport 2020 and then from Bergamo, before concluding the competition on the arrival ramp of Viale Venezia in Brescia, where it all began 93 years earlier, in 1927, with the first Coppa delle 1000 Miglia.
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