Passing through Genoa for the 42nd re-enactment of the race.
Confirmed for the new edition of the 1000 Miglia is the month of June and the five days of the race: more than 400 cars in the convoy will cross seven Italian regions and will do so counterclockwise, as in 2021, stopping in Turin and passing through Genoa, a novelty in 2024.
Departure from Brescia in the afternoon of Tuesday, June 11th, then Bergamo, Novara and Vercelli, arriving in Turin for the first stop. On the second day, the convoy will descend southward over the Langhe and pass through the center of Alba before proceeding to Genoa. After stopping for lunch, the race continues in the direction of the Tyrrhenian coast and will arrive in Viareggio, the finish of the second day of the race.
The third stage involves a descent to Rome, with a detour to Lucca, then returning to the coast in Livorno and continuing to the lunch break in Castiglione della Pescaia. In the afternoon, the passage through Grosseto, entry into Lazio and descent along Lake Bolsena, before ending the day with a parade down Via Veneto.
After Rome, on the fourth day the crews will drive up to Orvieto, before stopping for lunch in Solomeo, a quaint medieval village nestled in the Umbrian hills, from where they will depart for Siena and Prato. Before reaching the stage finale in Bologna, drivers and navigators will cross the Futa and Raticosa passes. From Bologna, the last stage will meet Ferrara and Mantua, and again Lake Garda with the Valtenesi and Salò before the classic parade in Viale Venezia in Brescia.
The Ferrari Tribute, 1000 Miglia Green,Self-Driving Car and Charity Car will anticipate the historic car competition.