The names themselves whisper automotive passion to car enthusiasts. Ferrari. Lamborghini. Ducati. Pagani. Maserati. Dallara. Alfa Romeo. Many of those enthusiasts may not realize it, but all these Italian sports car (and motorcycle) companies are based within a 90 minute drive of each other, within Italy’s renowned Motor Valley, where dream machines and multi-coloured cam covers are made.
The famous classic car Mille Miglia annual rally runs through this Terra dei Motori area every May, starting in Brescia before a grueling three-day (if all goes well), 1,600 km loop of Italian cities and countryside, in a timed run to Rome and back on mostly public roads. From a tourist perspective, the Mille Miglia is best known for its triumphant arrivals in various Italian cities, where locals leave home and work to gather to cheer on the arrival of over 400 classic cars, the crowds waving Mille Miglia flags.
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