316 kilometer route through the enchanting Tuscan landscapes, two days of exciting racing, to relive the history of motoring in your own classic or Grand Touring road car.

Friday, April 12, will be dedicated to the arrival of participants and the usual sports and technical checks of the crews and the cars in the race. The headquarters, also for this edition, will be at the Lungarno di Firenze (Grand Hotel Mediterraneo). The Mugello Circuit will, as usual, be available to the crews who wish to leave the trailer of their race car.

During the first leg, scheduled for Saturday, April 13, the competition will start from Piazzale Michelangelo in the historic center of Florence and will wind through the suggestive Chianti Hills. The route will touch San Polo in Chianti, Gaiole in Chianti, Radda in Chianti, and then go as far as Monteriggioni, where the crews will stop for lunch. In the afternoon, the route will touch Castellina in Chianti, Greve in Chianti, and then end in Strada in Chianti, allowing the crews to return freely to Florence.

Along the route of the second leg – Sunday, April 14 – the crews will be called upon to compete on the historic Gran Premio Stradale del Mugello track, passing through San Piero a Sieve, Scarperia, the Giogo Pass, Firenzuola, the Futa Pass and Barberino di Mugello, ending with the awards ceremony at the Mugello Circuit.Eligible cars:
Circuito Stradale del Mugello: cars manufactured up to 1990.
Tributo to the Circuito Stradale del Mugello: GT road cars manufactured since 1991.Come to race and experience the emotions of the past!
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