Monday, 14 November 2016

MODENA CENTO ORE: the only Italian event at the Historic Motoring Awards In the Rally of the Year section.


MODENA CENTO ORE: The Only Italian Event at the Historic Motoring Awards In the Rally of the Year Section

We’re proud to announce that Modena Cento Ore was the only Italian event to receive a nomination for Rally of the Year at the 2016 

International Historic Motoring Awards, the awards dedicated to the best historic motoring events in the world! For the second year in a row, the Cento Ore has joined the shortlist of the most beautiful events in the world. The awards ceremony will be held on November 17th in London. This year, Modena Cento Ore 2017 will take place from June 6th to 11th.

 Pre-registrations are confirming the great enthusiasm for this event, which is already going to sell out while still in the early booking phase, with multiple applicants from all over the world. Once again, the team of Scuderia Tricolore and Terre di Canossa is preparing a unique programme, which will see the crews challenge each other for four days on the most beautiful roads of Emilia-Romagna Tuscany, from Rimini to Florence and from Forte dei Marmi to Modena.

Three races on the legendary tracks of Imola, Misano and Mugello, and 12 hillclimbs special stages on roads closed to the public: a winning mix of rallying and racing, made even more exciting by the starting grids. 
Modena Cento Ore is not just a race. More importantly, it is an opportunity for gentlemen drivers from all over the world to experience Italy in a special way, combining beautiful cars and exciting challenges with the pleasures of the Italian cuisine and discovering the lands included in the route, which will cross Italy from east to west.

 “Modena Cento Ore has established itself as one of the most important races in the world, and as a gathering place for the biggest names in this business”, says Luigi Orlandini, Chairman of the Scuderia Tricolore and ingenious founder of Canossa Events. “This has been proven by our nomination at the International Historic Motoring Awards – the ‘Oscars’ of historic motoring – for the second year in a row, where Italy’s only representative among the finalists was the Cento Ore. Our success is the result of the participants’ enthusiasm and the dedication of our tight-knit team, who works harder each year for 12 months to surpass the previous edition.


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