Combining the pleasure of competing in a challenging race that alternates between uphill trials and track circuits, set against the magic of timeless landscapes and journeys through cities and towns that have shaped the history of the Italian Renaissance. This is the essence of the Modena Cento Ore.
A five-day journey, starting from Porto Ercole in Argentario to the Palace of the Popes in Viterbo, passing through the Vallelunga racetrack before heading towards the sea and then confronting the rugged grandeur of Monte Amiata, all the way to Montalcino and San Quirico d’Orcia. From there, on to the Autodromo dell’Umbria in Magione for a day of spirited competition. As dusk descends, an evening awaits in the opulent medieval city of Perugia after a triumphant arrival in the historic heart of the city. The adventure, filled with surprises and emotions, then proceeds towards the aristocratic embrace of Tuscany, weaving through Scarperia en route to the iconic Mugello circuit. Tired? Never: an evening inspired by Lorenzo the Magnificent awaits in Florence.
The final stage, with sights set on Modena and its Autodromo. The route retraces the same paths that immortalized the endeavors of Stirling Moss and Piero Taruffi, along the historic Futa and Raticosa passes, concluding with the decisive trial at the Modena racetrack and an award ceremony and celebration in the capital of the Motor Valley.
October 9: Porto Ercole, sports and technical checks, and briefing
October 10: Porto Ercole – Autodromo Vallelunga – Porto Santo Stefano
October 11: Orbetello – Autodromo Magione – Perugia
October 12: Perugia – Circuito del Mugello
October 13: Florence – Autodromo di Modena – Modena
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