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The Tuscan Art Cities, The precious collection of the Magnani Rocca Foundation, Terre di Canossa in Numbers, The Challenging Stretches of Garfagnana, An international Editionnews, 2019 march, vintage car race news

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March 30 2019 - The Tuscan Art Cities

The passages through the city centers of Pisa and Lucca are confirmed, with the car parade on Lucca’s old walls, an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
March 28 2019 - The precious collection of the Magnani Rocca Foundation

We will welcome you in the refined atmosphere of the Magnani Rocca Foundation, also know as ‘Villa dei Capolavori’.
The Foundation is a collection of artistic treasures and features works of various artists, including Cezanne, Tiziano, De Chirico, Canova and many others. The participants of Terre di Canossa will enjoy all of this during the lunch break.
March 27 2019 - Terre di Canossa in Numbers

  • 105 crews at the starting line and the event sold out as usual
  • 16 countries represented, with crews coming from across Europe and places further afield, like the United States, Argentina, Qatar and Russia.
  • 650 kilometre route
  • 65 timed trials
  • 6 average speed trials
  • 2 Trophies reserved for “non professional” drivers
  • 9 editions of the event
  • 78% participants from abroad
  • around 40% women competitors
  • 350 people involved, providing various services for the organisation of the rally: the members of Scuderia Tricolore, the Canossa Events team, rally personnel, timekeepers, photographers and cameramen, the Police officers….
  • 0 residual emissions of C02
  • 27 car manufacturers present
  • 29 teams represented
  • 19 pre-war cars in the race
March 15 2019 - The Challenging Stretches of Garfagnana

Breath-taking panoramas on the challenging stretches in the mountains with a new itinerary along the winding roads through the forests in Garfagnana. Lunch on Saturday will be held in the charming location of the Renaissance Tuscany il Ciocco Resort SPA for the first time, in the heart of Garfagnana.
March 03 2019 - An international Edition

The numbers of foreign crews are once again on the up, confirming the trend of recent years, who will be coming from across Europe and further afield, representing 78% of the registered competitors. As a result, the Terre di Canossa comes second only to the Modena Cento Ore in Italy in terms of the event with the highest percentage of foreign crews, even topping the Mille Miglia.






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