The Stella Alpina regularity race is ready to fire its engines! The organisers at Canossa Events and Scuderia Trentina have planned a route for this new edition that will cross 10 spectacular mountain passes and drive past 6 picturesque Alpine lakes. A unique sequence of picture-postcard scenery, moments spent relaxing, and superb hospitality, with the majestic beauty of the Dolomites providing the backdrop to this long-awaited rally. The Event will be at 11th-13th June.
Numerous crews from across Italy and abroad are coming to take part in the 36th tribute rally, eager to experience an unforgettable journey behind the wheel of their classic or modern car. Once again, marvellous Madonna di Campiglio will be at the heart of the event, the splendid Alpine town that is one of the most famous and glamorous destinations in the Alps, located in a wide valley between the Brenta Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the peaks of the Adamello and Presanella.
Last year’s event was the first rally to take place in Italy after the lockdown, and expectations are high for this year’s edition. Unspoilt nature, picture-postcard scenery, challenging hairpin bends, time trials and average speed trials are the mix of ingredients that will make for a memorable adventure.
After completing accreditation and scrutineering at Trento’s G. Caproni Airport, the rally will set off from Trento town centre on Friday 11th June, heading towards Val Adige and Mezzolombardo. The crews will also drive past lovely Molveno Lake and drive through lush Val Rendena within the confines of the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park. The stage will end at Madonna di Campiglio, the Pearl of the Dolomites.
Saturday 12th June promises to be an exciting day with a route passing through lush green
scenery, valleys and breathtaking mountains. The crews will experience the majestic beauty of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, at close hand. The must-see highlights of the day will include the unspoilt green valley of Val Passiria, Passo Castrin, Passo Giovo, as well as Lake Alborello and its crystal-clear, ice-cold water. Passo Pennes (2,100 metres above sea level), Passo Mendola and Lake Santa Giustina are also natural landmarks that the crews won’t forget. The classic and modern cars will drive back into Val di Sole, crossing Passo Campo Carlo Magno, where they started out.
The crews will say goodbye to Val Rendena on Sunday 13th June and head off towards
Passo Daone. The drive then takes them up to Passo Duron, Fiavè, Val Lomasona, Sarche
and past Lake Toblino. But it doesn’t end there, as they will continue on towards Lake
Cavedine and then Arco. From there, they will reach Monte Velo (Passo Santa Barbara) and
Passo Bordala before driving down to little Lake Cei, famous for its turquoise water.
The Tribute to the Cavallino
There will be a 2021 ranking for modern Ferraris to pay tribute to the Prancing Horse, with
the cars competing on the same routes and in the same trials.
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