All Tuscan stages of the 1000 Miglia on 16, 17 and 18 June 2021
The most beautiful race in the world returns from 15 to 18 June
For the second year running, the 'most beautiful race in the world' as Enzo Ferrari called it, which began as a real competition along Italy's most beautiful roads in 1927, reignites its engines at the gates of summer. From Wednesday 15 to Saturday 18 June, 425 extraordinary cars will revive the myth of the Freccia Rossa on the roads of Italy, passing through some 250 municipalities for almost 2000 kilometres over four days.
The 2022 edition crosses the milestone of forty re-enactments: from the two five-yearly ones in 1977 and 1982, the biennial one in 1984 to the annual ones from 1986 to the present day.
On Friday 17, the ride from the capital to Parma will cross four regions. The race will leave Lazio via Ronciglione and Marta. Then Tuscany to Siena, with a stop for lunch in Piazza del Campo. The Siena refreshment stop will be a prelude to the passages of San Miniato, Pontedera, and Cascina, then on to Viareggio and Versilia.
Among the novelties for 2022 is the return of the Paddock to the Brixia Forum in via Caprera. After the change of location in 2021, due to the construction of the city's vaccine hub, scrutineering will once again take place in the Fiera pavilions.
The Roberto Gaburri Trophy, the true sports prologue to the 1000 Miglia, is also back after two years of absence. On the other hand, the appointment with the Ferrari Tribute, the exhibition of Prancing Horse models, with the 1000 Miglia Experience, the format dedicated to modern supercars, and the 1000 Miglia Green, the regularity race for models with alternative fuels, will be renewed.