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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 fabulous road trip that runs from the 'Via Emilia' to the stunning sea of Versilia, passing through cultural and artistic centres like Lucca and Pisa. A host of magical landscapes, ancient castles, rolling green hills, untouched mountain passes and enchanting hamlets await along the route.
An exciting culinary itinerary combining the finest local wines, traditional cuisine and the creativity of award-winning chefs, all of which are savoured in unique and exclusive locations.
A challenging regularity rally for classic cars dating between 1919 and 1976, with both timed trials and 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.
Beside the standard fee with Canossa’s typical style, participants will also have the opportunity to register for the rally only.
As always, we accepted a relatively small number of vehicles and owners (100 crews), in order to ensure the success of the event.
May 23 2021 - Participants, along a route of 650 km, competed in 63 time trials, 6 special stages and won 2 Special Trophies.
The third leg of Terre di Canossa started out in Forte dei Marmi and reached Quattro Castella, heart of the lands that once were part of the territories belonging to the Great Countess Matilde di Canossa.
After passing the Cerreto Pass, with its demanding bends and trials, the crews arrived in front of Casa Canossa, the new seat of Canossa Events, for the Tricolore Trophy. The crews reached Quattro Castella’s Piazza Dante Alighieri, where the participants have been warmly welcomed by musicians and flag-wavers in medieval costumes.
The final celebration with awards took place in the wonderful location of Fondazione Magnani Rocca, the Villa of Masterpieces in Mamiano houses the prestigious collection of Luigi Magnani’s contemporary artworks.
The XI edition of Terre di Canossa has been won by Gianmario Fontanella and Anna Maria Covelli, followed by Michele Cibaldi and Andrea Costa and by Alberto Aliverti and Stefano Valente. The first place in the classification dedicated to Modern Ferraris has been won by Franco Serventi and Daniela Maccini.