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May 23, 2016

23 cars alredy counted among the AUTOMOTIVE MASTERPIECES ran the Mille Miglia 2016

Andrea Vesco and Andrea Guerini with 51,542 points, driving an Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS Zagato of 1931, are the winners of the Mille Miglia 2016. After 1800 km of road, Vesco and Guerini are imposed in this revival of the Freccia Rossa, ahead in the ranking Luca Patron and Elena Scaramuzzi, came in second place, on an OM 665 Superba Sports 2000 cc of 1926, with 50,088 points, and Giordano Mozzi and Stefania Biacca who won the third place on board an Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 Gran Sport of 1933 sn: 10814406 (Zagato), with 49,262 points. This car was alredy counted among the AUTOMOTIVE MASTERPIECES, raced the Mille Miglia in 1934 and 1936 and it is one of the just 18 "Testa Fissa".


450 historic cars of inestimable value, 71 car manufacturers, 900 participants coming from 41 countries. 23 are alredy counted among the AUTOMOTIVE MASTERPIECES.

These are some of the numbers that highlight the 2016 revival of the Mille Miglia, the famous road race that was ran from Thursday 19 May to Sunday, 22 May 2016. According to tradition from 1927, the race started and ended in Brescia, travelling through half of Italy before and after the halfway point in Rome. Every year, the race course is changed in order to bring the Mille Miglia through places it did not touch in the previous year, this time with intermediate stops in Rimini, Rome and Parma. For the fourth consecutive year, the competition was organised by 1000 Miglia Srl, a wholly owned company of the Automobile Club of Brescia that was created specially in 2012. «Mille Miglia is a very important event not only for the city of Brescia, but for all of Italy - stated Aldo Bonomi, the president of 1000 Miglia Srl – because it is a tremendous promotion opportunity for the specialities of our country».


The fact that Mille Miglia is the rarest travelling museum in the history of cars counts among the several reasons why this race is incomparable in terms of elegance, exclusivity and prestige. On this occasion, in fact, priceless treasures race in Brescia after they have written the most beautiful pages of international motorsports. Among the Museums that will send their vehicles to Brescia: Alfa Romeo, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Porsche.


Considering both private and museum vehicles, 76 cars will be back to Brescia after they already participated in one past edition of Mille Miglia speed race between 1927 and 1957. Among them, the Ferrari 340 with which Gigi Villoresi won the 1951 edition and one Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 Pescara, that belonged to Benito Mussolini, which ran the Mille Miglia in 1936 driven by Ercole Boratto.


Discover the history of the 23 cars alredy counted among the AUTOMOTIVE MASTERPIECES ran the Mille Miglia 2016:


♦ 1926 Amilcar CGSS (Boone & Porter) sn: 41097

No. 27 – Marco Gatta (I) – Eugenio Piccinelli (I) – 29th – Points 42272


♦ 1927 B.N.C. Type 527 Sport Monza (Carrosserie Charles Duval) sn: 27082

No. 36 – Giovanni Luca Murru (I) – Massimo Destro Castaniti (I) – 36th – Points 33218


♦ 1933 Fiat 508 Balilla Spyder tipo corsa sn: 508*016627

No. 43 – Riccardo Roversi (I) – Michele Fabio Bellini (I) – DNF


♦ 1928 Riley 9 HP Brooklands Speed Model (Thomson & Taylor) sn: 6019

No. 56 – Ferruccio Nessi (CH) – Carlo Nessi (CH) – DNF


♦ 1929 Lancia Lambda 8a Serie tipo corto (Carrozzeria Casaro) sn: 20483

No. 57 – Andrea Belometti (I) – Alberto Maffi (I) – 9th – Points 47909


♦ 1929 Mercedes Benz 710 SSK (Carlton Carriage Company) sn: 36045

No. 63 – Evert Louwman (NL) – Quirina Louwman (NL) – 154th – Points 19498


♦ 1932 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS (Carrozzeria Brianza) sn: 6C10814395

No. 78 – Axel Marx (CH) – Paolo Di Taranto (I) – DNF


♦ 1933 Aston Martin Le Mans 2/4 seater (Enrico Bertelli) sn: F3/280/S

No. 82 – Giancarlo Grossi (I) – Carlo Digrandi (I) – DNF


♦ 1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 Gran Sport Testa Fissa (Zagato) sn: 10814406

No. 85 – Giordano Mozzi (I) – Stefania Biacca (I) – 3rd – Points 49262


♦ 1936 Riley 12/4 Sprite sn: S26S4394

No. 114 – Silvia Marini (I) - Saskia Stoeckelmann (D) – 45th – Points 36076


♦ 1947 Cisitalia 202 Gran Sport (Pinin Farina) sn: 033

No. 154 – Massimo Massai (I) – Lisa Ragionieri (I) – 109th – Points 23603


♦ 1947 Bristol 400 (Pinin Farina) sn: 400/181

No. 173 – Adrian Berry (GB) - Hannah Goodman (GB) – 144th – Points 20795


♦ 1949 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Villa d'Este (Carrozzeria Touring) sn: 915882

No. 188 – Bob Bishop (USA) – Chris La Porte (USA) – 282nd – Points 3877


♦ 1952 Aston Martin DB3 Works Team Car sn: DB3/4

No. 226 – James Wood (GB) - Jean Marc Westerman (GB) – 129th – Points 21793


♦ 1954 Fiat 8V (Fiat Carrozzerie Speciali) sn: 106.000103

No. 243 – Jamie Constable (GB) – Susanna Constable (GB) – 245th – Points 9473


♦ 1954 Fiat 1100 TV GT (Pinin Farina) sn: 103TV.045281

No. 281 – Renato Gnutti (I) / Benedetta Gnutti (I) – 56th – Points 33065


♦ 1954 Autobleu 750 Mille Miles (Carrosserie G.T.R.) sn: 195475

No. 301 - Mark
 Thieme (Nl) / Toine Van Ooljen (NL) – 177th – Points 17067


♦ 1955 Lancia Aurelia B24S Spider (Pinin Farina) sn: B24S1076

No. 327 – Tarcisio Bonomi (I) – Simone Bonomi (I) – 76th – Points 28344


♦ 1955 Fiat 1100 TV GT (Pinin Farina) sn: 103TV.174607

No. 341 – Paolo Cartabbia (I) – Salvatore D'Orto (I) – 55th – Point 33138


♦ 1955 Ferrari 250 Europa GT (Pinin Farina) sn: 0399GT

No. 345 – Luca Taino (I) - Kenichi Goto (J) – 307th – Points -8195


♦ 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900 C Super Sprint (Zagato) sn: AR1900C*01931

No. 352 – Davide Parmegiani (I) / Monica Bonzi (I) – 278th – Points 4443


♦ 1956 Austin Healey 100 sn: BN2L230588

No. 396 – Claudia Poli (I) – Paola Casadei (I) – 316th – Points -27246


♦ 1956 Mercedes Benz 300 SL sn: 198.040.6500296

No. 403 – Paolo Binachi (I) – Giacomo Bottacchi (I) – 315th – Points -22225


AUTOMOTIVE MASTERPIECES are working to census all cars that raced the Mille Miglia (1927-1957) and the Mille Miglia Revivals (from 1977) in order to celebrate:


The 90th Anniversary of the Mille Miglia (1927-1957) in 2017:


1977-2017: 40 years of the Mille Miglia

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