Organizers of the 2023 1000 Miglia 2023 have announced that the venerable event has been expanded to now cover 5 days of rallying from June 13 to 17 and this year will see 405 cars admitted to the famous start starting platform in Brescia.
The race will run between Brescia, Rome and back along a route of more than 2,000 km. After departing from Viale Venezia and coasting Lake Garda, passing through Verona, Ferrara, Lugo and Imola, the convoy will end the first leg in Cervia-Milano Marittima. The second day will feature a passage through San Marino, Senigallia, Macerata with a lunch stop, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno and the final parade in Via Veneto in Rome. The third leg will ascend from the Capital offering lunch in the spectacular Siena, before continuing to Pistoia, the Abetone Pass, Modena and Reggio Emilia and will finish in Parma. On the fourth day, after Stradella and Pavia, the race will reach Piedmont with lunch in Alessandria, then Asti and Vercelli and, via Novara, it will head to downtown Milan, which will host the last night of the Race. On the fifth day, after saying goodbye to Bergamo (Brescia’s twin city as the Italian Capital of Culture 2023), the 1000 Miglia 2023 will end in Brescia in the late morning with a city circuit before the final passage on the Viale Venezia platform and the closing lunch. In the evening, the see-you-in-2024 celebration with the Red Arrow’s full evening events will bring the intense week to an end.
Entries will be open from October 13 to January 13, 2023.
Notification of acceptance: by April 10, 2023.
To apply for entry, the cars must already have, or have applied for, a Registro 1000 Miglia certificate and may be admitted only after obtaining the said certificate.