The Mille Miglia is the vintage car race par excellence – a regularity race for historic cars that passes through the unique landscapes of the most beautiful parts of Italy.
Since its origins, the 1000 Miglia has represented the expression of the bold, innovative and pioneering spirit. Established in 1927, the Mille Miglia is a journey characterized by the warmth of the public and the enthusiasm of drivers, following the bold and innovative spirit of its tradition.
The Mille Miglia offers a week-long experience – four days of racing for masterpieces of art and design in motion, along the classic route from Brescia to Rome and back.
Leg 1 – Tuesday 13 June
After departing from Viale Venezia and coasting Lake Garda, passing through Verona, Ferrara, Lugo and Imola, the convoy will end the first leg in Cervia-Milano Marittima.
Leg 2 – Wednesday 14 June
The second day will feature a passage through San Marino, Senigallia, Macerata with a lunch stop, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno and the final parade in Via Veneto in Rome.
Leg 3 – Thursday 15 June
The third leg will ascend from the Capital offering lunch in the spectacular Siena, it will continue to Pistoia, the Abetone Pass, Modena and Reggio Emilia and will finish in Parma.
Leg 4 – Friday 16 June
On the fourth day, after Stradella and Pavia, the Race will reach Piedmont with lunch in Alessandria, then Asti and Vercelli and, via Novara, it will head to downtown Milan, which will host the last night of the Race.
Leg 5 – Saturday 17 June
On the fifth day, after saying goodbye to Bergamo, Brescia’s twin city as the Italian Capital of Culture 2023, the 1000 Miglia 2023 will end in Brescia in the late morning with a city circuit before the final passage on the Viale Venezia platform and the closing lunch.
In the evening, the see-you-in-2024 celebration with the Red Arrow’s full evening events, the 1000 Miglia The Night, that will bring the intense week to an end.
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