April.19.2019, The video of Terre di Canossa 2019 is on line!, April.14.2019, The ninth edition comes to a close!, Italian race historic car, historic car race in Italy, sportive historical car race, historic car racing, grand prix historical car, regularity car race competition, historic car Grand Prix Italy, regularity car race competition, historic car race for classic car, Gran Premio Terre of Canossa
The 9th edition of the GP Terre di Canossa has come to a close, taking place from April 11st to 14th 2019, across Emilia, Liguria and Tuscany.
An extraordinary journey along the 'Terre di Canossa', the thousand year old roads of the 'Great Countess' Matilda, Queen of Italy in the 12th Century.
A journey that spanned from the 'Via Emilia' to the wonderful sea of Versilia passing through cultural and artistic centres like Lucca and Pisa, wonderful landscapes, ancient castles, rolling green hills, untouched mountain passes, enchanting hamlets.
An exciting culinary itinerary combining the finest local wines, traditional cuisine and the creativity of award-winning chefs, all of which savoured in unique and exclusive locations.
A challenging regularity rally for classic cars dating between 1919 and 1976, with 65 timed trials and 6 average speed trials, along a 650 km route, and with a special 'Pre-war Cup' classification.
Three exciting days experienced in a perfect combination of beautiful cars, competition, tourism, gastronomy and relaxation. A 'Grand Event' planned to the very last detail with the passion and determination of the people of Emilia, Italy’s undisputed motoring region.
As always, we accepted a relatively small number of vehicles and owners (100 crews), in order to ensure the success of the event.
April 19 2019 - The video of Terre di Canossa 2019 is on line!
April 14 2019 - The ninth edition comes to a close!
The ninth edition of the Terre di Canossa comes to a close with great applause. The Podium: first place went to crew n.7, Tonconogy-Ruffini (Bugatti Type 40, 1927); crew n.3, Vesco-Guerini (Bmw 328, 1939), came in second and crew n.19, Passanante-Pisciotta (Fiat 1100/103, 1955), came third.