2022 Mille Miglia Announces Route and Registration
Details have been released for the 40th running of the 1000 Miglia, June 15–18, 2022, with entry applications now being accepted. The 40th edition will once again travel through Italy in a clockwise direction with the start and finish in Brescia. The race will pass through Cervia-Milano Marittima, Rome and Parma, in that order.
Leg 1 – Wednesday June15
After the start from Brescia, the cars will head towards Lake Garda, first Salo then Desenzano del Garda and Sirmione from where they will parade through the Sig urta Garden Park, Mantua and Ferrara and reach Cervia-Milano Marittima for the end of the first day.
Leg 2 – Thursday June16
From the town on the Adriatic coast, the route includes a detour to Forl1, the climb to San Marino, the descent inland to Passignano sul Trasimeno, the passage to Norcia to conclude the leg with the Roman parade along Via Veneto.
Leg 3 – Friday June 17
The longest leg of the race, after departing from Rome, the cars will travel up to wards Ronciglione, then Siena from where they will travel towards Viareggio via Pontedera to reach Parma at the end of the third day.
Leg 4 – Saturday June 18
The last day will see the cars engaged in a series of trials in the Varano de’ Melegari circuit, passing through Salsomaggiore Terme, Stradella, Pavia and arriving at the Monza racetrack. Here, in collaboration with MIMO Milano Monza Motor Show, the crews will test their ability against the stopwatches and pressure switches on the track celebrating the centenary of the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix in 2022.
Before reaching the Brescia finish line, the competing cars will greet Bergamo in a symbolic anticipation of the twinning that in 2023 will see the two cities united in the Brescia-Bergamo Capital of Culture project.
Registration for 1000 Miglia 2022 opened on November 4th and will close on January 14th.
Held concurrently with the historic event, the1000 Miglia Green will also take place. This will be a challenge for alternative fuel cars which, for the third consecutive year, will have to travel the same route of the race reserved for historic cars.