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Gen 16 2019

The Milan-San Remo Cup revs up its engines with a host of new features on the starting line at the XI Historical Revival

There are now just under three months to go to the launch of the XI Historical Revival of the Milan-San Remo Cup, due to take place on 28, 29 and 30 March 2019. In addition to the news already announced about the route – above all the exceptional epilogue that will take all the team from San Remo to Monte Carlo to celebrate the historical twinning between the two symbolic auto racing venues, the Monza Race Track and the Principality of Monaco – one of the most exciting is bound to be the starting line itself, which revives the tradition from the fifties and sixties, as it is planned to be located in Via Marina, in front of the Milan Automobile Club. This return to our roots also pays a worthy tribute to the capital city of Lombardy, where Italy’s most venerable car race was born, while also bearing witness to the increasingly active role played by the Milan Automobile Club and its top management. Large numbers have already registered in recent months, in part because of the introduction of the new Tourist class that has the potential to expand the pool of possible users and also involve the many fans who want to try their hand over the 600 km of the race route, keeping one eye on the chronometer and the other on more calmly enjoying the splendid landscapes through which it is scheduled to pass, as always. Another new feature this year is the Tribute reserved for a maximum of 60 cars of historical interest that will go through their paces in an exclusive celebratory parade on the opening day at the Monza Race Track, just before the traditional parade in Milan’s Via Monte Napoleone that precedes the actual start on Friday 29 March from 9.00 a.m. onwards. Registrations are due to close on Friday 1 March at midnight.

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Nov 20 2018

The Coppa Milano Sanremo returns to the Milano Autoclassica trade fair

Good news for the many fans of the Milan Sanremo Cup. This year they will have the opportunity to get “up close and personal” with Italy’s oldest motorsport race by visiting the Coppa Milano Sanremo stand at the Milano Autoclassica trade fair, which will be held from 23 to 25 November at the Fiera Milano in Rho.
More precisely, you can find us at Pavilion 22, Area C where, like last year, we will share space with the Club Milanese Automotoveicoli d’Epoca (Antique Motor Vehicle Club of Milan) and provide information regarding the XI Historical Re-enactment of the Coppa Milano Sanremo scheduled for March 28-30, 2019.
We will also be present at the ACI Sport stand in Pavilion 18 on Saturday 24th to officially present the next edition of the Coppa Milano Sanremo to the public.
A very rare OSCA MT 4 sport 1100, which took part in last year’s Coppa Milano Sanremo and participated in three editions of the famous Mille Miglia in the mid-fifties will also be on display at our stand.

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Ott 29 2018


The legendary Coppa Milano-Sanremo, the oldest race in Italy, will take part at the “Auto e Moto d’Epoca” exhibition in Padua from October 25 th to 28 th , pavillion 1. The show represents the biggest international event dedicated to motoring enthusiasts and fans, where visitors can delve into the past while touching the present and the future of the car world. A place to admire legendary cars and special models, tell the story of the most thrilling sporting events and discover the great designers through thematic exhibitions. The Coppa Milano- Sanremo team will be at visitors’ disposal to present the news of the race.

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Ott 17 2018

The Coppa Milano Sanremo warms its engines

On October 18 th the XI Coppa Milano Sanremo Historical Revival—which will be held from 28 to 30 March, 2019—will kick off with a press conference held at the exclusive Radio Rooftop Bar of the prestigious Hotel Melià in Milan.

The new route of the 2019 open road rally will also be officially presented along with the main logistical innovations and the eligibility criteria for cars and crews for this edition.

Registration for participation in the rally will also be officially opened, as will the announcement of ACI Sport’s patronage of the event by ACI Milan’s president, Geronimo La Russa who will summarize the pivotal points of the association and reiterate its goal of restoring the Coppa Milano Sanremo to its splendor of the early fifties.

In addition to the press there will be numerous collectors and partners of the event who will witness, once again, the never-ending vitality of the oldest race in Italy.

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Ott 09 2018

A motorsport first: The Coppa Milano Sanremo teams up with the Bernina Gran Turismo to make racing history

Equipe International, organizer of the Coppa Milano Sanremo, has signed an unprecedented partnership with one of the oldest motorsport contests: the Bernina Gran Turismo. From September 21 st through 23 rd this famous Swiss vintage-car rally celebrated its fourth re-enactment of the historical races that were held in the St. Moritz area in 1929 and 1930 on the 5.7 kilometer stretch of the twisting, turning, mountain road that connects Poschiavo to St. Moritz. The winner of this year’s edition, which had over 60 crews lined up on the starting line, will participate as a “special guest” at the next historical revival of the Coppa Milano Sanremo, which is scheduled to run from 28 to 30 March, 2019. Special conditions will also be reserved for all those who wish to participate in both rallies in 2019 as part of the plan to create even stronger ties between these two races, which share not only a glorious tradition, but also many common values such as: the sporting spirit of “gentlemen drivers”, glamor, exclusive locals and participation by a select, limited number of crews. More information and further details regarding the special conditions reserved for participants in both rallies will be announced during a press-conference to present the 11 th Historical Revival of the Coppa Milano Sanremo scheduled for October 18 th at the Hotel Melià in Milan.

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Set 20 2018

Entry registration for the Coppa Milano Sanremo 2019 – XI Historical Revival is now open

Entry registration for the XI Historical Revival of the Coppa Milano Sanremo 2019 is now officially open. This edition marks a return in grand style for Italy’s oldest open-road rally, which reappeared on international race calendars last March. The 2019 edition will also be held in March, though a week later than the last, and will also be revised both technically and logistically with an aim to further revitalize the glorious splendor of the rally’s legendary past.

The last day for entry registration is scheduled for the 28th of February. During the rally the crews will experience firsthand not only the thrill of racing over the most famous route in the world, but also the exclusive glamor of Milan. In addition, new, and more numerous, road trials await the crews as they race for the glory of crossing the finish line in Sanremo on the 30th of March.

One of the major “news” items for 2019: from Sanremo the racecars will proceed in caravan to the prestigious streets of the Principality of Monaco—another crown jewel of international motorsports—for the Coppa Milano Sanremo 2019 awards ceremony, which will be held during an exclusive gala dinner at the Fairmont Hotel in Monte Carlo.

A lot of exciting news—and many surprises—will be disclosed during a press conference to present the race on October 18, 2018 in Milan.

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Lug 31 2018


Salvinelli and Ceccardi have won the 10ª Tenth historical revival of the Milan-San Remo Cup with 314.14 penalty points, driving a First Series 1939 Lancia Aprilia. Although Italy’s oldest road competition had been off the road for seven years, it fielded 70 teams who registered to cover the distance from Milan to San Remo, despite the challenging weather, which included snow on the Faiallo Pass that obliged the organisers to cancel some of the trials prove scheduled for the second, decisive day that ended this evening with the award ceremony in San Remo. Coming in second place, with only 14.18 points of difference was the Salviato-Moglia duo in a 1971 Fiat 128 Rally 1300, while the third step on the podium went to Dell’Acqua and Vicari in a 1970 Fiat 850 Sport Coupé, who marked up 37.7 points behind the winners.

The winners of the reliability trials were Büchl and Büchl in a 1957 Porsche 356 A 1600 Speedster, followed just three points behind by Zegna and Gatto in a Porsche 356 Speedster Carrera, and five points behind by Dell’Acqua and Vicari in the Fiat 850 Sport Coupé.

The outright winners Salvinelli and Ceccardi won two prestigious tabletop clocks offered by IWC, while many prizes were also offered by the sponsors: Ermenegildo Zegna conferred the “Elegance Award” on the Basilico-Cappella team in its 1951 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Villa d’Este, Bosch presented the “Safe Car” Award for safe driving to the Sardi-Bambini team in its 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1300 Ti and Alcar presented the prize to the winners of the Reliability Trials, the Büchl-Büchl team in its 1957 Porsche 356 A 1600 Speedster. The Ladies’ Cup was won by the Russian team of Lepetukhina and Titova in a 1957 Fiat Abarth 750, while the Dynastic Orders’ Trophy for Fair Play was presented by HRH Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy to the Yukinobu-Akira team in a 1927 Lancia Lambda. JetFly singled out the 1955 Comelli Ferrari 857 S Monza as the most representative car in the race. The Targa Maserati Best of Show Plaque was already presented to the Prevosti 1954 Maserati 250 S Prototype and the Pirelli Track Performance Award to the Moroni-Moroni duo in its 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ during the inaugural dinner at the Hotel Melia in Milan. The Army Award went to the Zanutel-Collareta team in its 1974 JBA Motors Falcon (Army), while the Maserati Tribute Award was presented to the Garosci-Briani duo in its Maserati Levante. Lastly, the Best Team Award was won by the C.M.A.E. Team.

The final rankings are available online at this link.

Go to this link for high-resolution photographs updated in real time.


Equipe International – Tel. +39 0236752951

Maria Grazia Vernuccio – mariagrazia.vernuccio@equipemilano.com

Marta Canali marta.canali@equipemilano.com


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Mar 20 2018


Official presentation of the new route, the sponsors and the crews

15 March 2018 – We are now exactly a week away from the start of the Coppa Milano-Sanremo, a
historical revival—included for the first time in the Italian Automobile Club’s (ACI) Super Classic
Trophy—of the oldest race in Italy (the first edition was in 1906), which will be ran over some of the
most fascinating and tortuous roads of the Italian peninsula from the 22 nd to the 24 th of March.
Everything is ready for the start of the race. After technical and pre-rally checks at the Autodromo
Nazionale Monza and a parade of the cars through the streets of Milan the day before, the
participants will leave from Piazza Castello for an intermediate stop at Rapallo before proceeding on
to Sanremo and the Riviera dei Fiori.
The preparations for this new edition continue unabated. The organization has already selected over
70 prestigious, historical cars that were built between 1906 and 1976 to participate. The many foreign
crews participating underscore the importance of the race, both in its category, and for its many fans
around the world.
Among the cars in the race, the veteran among the veterans will be a 1926 Fiat 509S driven by HRH
Prince Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy, accompanied by such masterpieces as: a 1953 Maserati A6GCS-53
Berlinetta Pininfarina (from the Matteo Panini collection), a 1939 Bugatti Stelvio, a 1952 Aston Martin
DB2 and a 1960 DB4, a 1954 Ermini 1100 Sport International, a 1954 OSCA MT4 1100 Sport, a 1951
Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Villa d'Este, a 1964 Alfa Giulia TZ1, a 1957 ACE Bristol Roadster, a 1957
Porsche 356 A 1600 Speedster and a historical contender making its grand return—a Fiat Colli, which
participated in the 12 th edition of the race in 1948.
The 2018 edition of the Cup has some exceptional partners: Maserati, the main official sponsor of the
event and promoter of the Maserati Tribute, the "race in the race", IWC Schaffahausen, the official
timekeeper, Pirelli, Bosch and Ermenegildo Zegna, to add a touch of elegance to the event.
The new—heavily modified from previous editions—route will touch Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria
in a journey of over 600 kilometres and will include more than 60 total timed-trials: 52 special and 6
medium (with intermediate measurements).
The event gets underway early on Thursday, March 22 nd , 2018 with a meeting of the teams at the
Autodromo Nazionale Monza for technical and pre-rally checks, and a few warm-up laps around the

legendary Formula 1 racetrack before the start of the inaugural parade of the historical automobiles
through the centre of Monza and on to Milan. After a genuine défilé de mode through the heart of
Milan’s fashion district, the cars will go down the world-famous via Monte Napoleone and continue
on to the shadow of the Milan Cathedral, where they will be officially presented to the public.
On Friday morning, March 23 rd , the drivers will queue their automobiles behind the starting line in
Piazza Castello to begin the planned 600-kilometre open-road rally. After traveling through the
countryside of Lombardy and Piedmont, the cars will make their first scheduled stop at the historical
Villa Sparina, near Gavi, before setting off through the extraordinary landscapes of the Ligurian
hinterland for their evening destination of Rapallo, where a nautical themed gala diner will be held at
the port of Carlo Riva’s Yatch Club.
Saturday, March 24 th will be the decisive day for the teams as they face the last time trials. From
Rapallo, they will pass close by La Superba and stop at the enchanting Villa Ottolenghi—once owned
by Count Ottolenghi, the winner of the 1929 edition—at Acqui Terme, before traveling over insidious
curves of the Faiallo Pass, Bric Barton Pass, the Melogno Hill, the Scravaion Hill and the San
Bartolomeo Hill before descending towards the finish line at Sanremo, where they should arrive
around 6:00 – 8:00 in the evening.
The 2018 edition will bestow no less than 20 titles of honor on the participants: the first 10 generally
classified crews, the first 3 classified in each category, the first 3 classified in the overall average-
speed trials, the first team overall and the first under-thirty crew.
As per tradition, the first-place female crew, which besides possibly winning the overall title, will be
awarded the coveted "Coppa delle Dame" (Ladies’ Cup), which is also called "La perla di Sanremo"
(The Pearl of Sanremo). As far back as 1929, there were 5 female crews competing for this award.
Also, the House of Savoy will award a special symbolic prize—the Dynastic Order of the Royal House
of Savoy Trophy in honor of Prince Adalberto who won the 1933 edition—to the crew that exhibits an
outstanding sporting and chivalrous spirit during the course of the rally.
The race will also feature personalities from the "automotive jet set" including Prisca Taruffi, who will
present the second edition of the Volpe Argentata Event (Silver Fox Event), thirty years after the
death of her father, the legendary driver, Piero Taruffi, during the final award ceremony in Sanremo.
For more information, contact the organization secretariat of Equipe International:
Tel. +39 0236752950 / race.office@milano-sanremo.it

Cars built between 1906 and 1973 will be admitted if they have a F.I.V.A. Passport, or a F.I.A. Heritage
certificate, or A.S.I. approval, or an A.C.I. Sport certificate, or belong to a Brand Historical Register.

Equipe International – Tel. +39 0236752951
Maria Grazia Vernuccio – mariagrazia.vernuccio@equipemilano.com
Marta Canali – marta.canali@equipemilano.com

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Gen 19 2018


We are getting closer to the start of Coppa Milano-Sanremo 2018, an event that took place for the first time 112 years ago in 1906 and now it is back again thanks to its Tenth Historic Revival, to delight all the classic cars lovers.
Plenty of news yet to come. The participation in the race, this year for the first time part of the Trofeo Superclassica ACI – is restricted to a maximum of 100 cars built between 1906 and 1976, including also in this way vehicles of ACI Sport group H. In honour of our prestigious Main Sponsor Maserati (beside IWC and Pirelli) we decided to establish the Maserati Tribute, a challenge reserved to all the Maserati cars built from 1977 until now.
The 2018 edition will reckon on 20 titles, reserved for the first 10 crews of the general ranking, the first 3 classified in each category, the first 3 in the media tests, first stable, first under 30 crew. As we do want to respect the traditions of this amazing race, there will be a prize for the first female crew as well, the famous “Coppa delle Dame”, also known as “Sanremo’s Pearl”.
We are about to write a new chapter of this glorious race that fascinates gentlemen drivers from all over the world since 1906.
Applications are open until February 28th 2018.
For further information please contact the Equipe International Race Office:
Phone:  +39 0236752950 / +39 392 1757226
Mail: race.office@milano-sanremo.it

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