The most beautiful race in the world, which brings together vintage car enthusiasts and collectors every year.
It was a granfondo road car competition held in Italy in 24 editions between 1927 and 1957. It was a speed race in line with departure and arrival in Brescia, in which the competitors reached Rome through the center Northern Italy. The name of the race derives from the length of the route, in fact, despite several variations over the years, it remained approximately 1600 kilometers long, equivalent to about one thousand imperial miles.
Since 1977 the Mille Miglia has been revived in the form of a historic regularity race in stages whose participation is limited to cars produced before 1957, which had participated (or were entered) in the original race. The Brescia-Rome-Brescia route follows the one of the original race keeping the starting/finishing point constant in viale Venezia at the height of the Rebuffone gardens.