The five days of 1000 Miglia 2023: for the first time 420 cars (405+15 on the Special List) will compete over five legs and more than 2000 kilometres. With Andrea Vesco chasing the record of four consecutive victories, reaching Piedmont as in 1947-48 and ending in Milan.
The days preceding the start on Tuesday 13 will offer Brescia the customary spectacular Village in Piazza Vittoria, venue of the sealing ceremony and meeting point for the public and the protagonists of the race, and the city centre where the cars can be admired up close.
The opening of the Village will host the presentation of two special projects from 4:30 p.m. on Sunday 11: the technology of the Self-Driving Car, which for the first time will travel on open roads, and the contemporary art of eight “car” themed sculptures that will be donated to the city.
From 6:30 pm, one hundred cars will compete for the Roberto Gaburri Trophy, which will officially kick off the sports activities on a city circuit starting from the Village and ending in Piazza Paolo VI.
The Ferrari Tribute and the 1000 Miglia Green, a regularity race for full-electric models, are confirmed.
The official voices of Radio Deejay will narrate the race in Brescia, along the route and the finishes in Cervia-Milano Marittima, Rome, Milan and Parma.
Saturday 17 June, the grand finale in Brescia with 1000 Miglia The Night: in Piazza Loggia there will be the free concert of Leo Gassmann.
1000 Miglia, ever grateful to the territories for the warm welcome and participation each year at the passage of the race, supports the emergency fund-raising efforts for the Flooded Towns launched by the Giornale di Brescia: at the Paddock in Brescia there will a dedicated area where all the informations for donations will be supplied.
Back for the third year is the 1000 Miglia Charity for research in support of IEO - WOMEN'S CANCER CENTER: six Pink Drivers will take turns in the Pink Car during the five days.
Image: Sorrento Roads by 1000 Miglia.