Mille Miglia 2020: info and useful tips on how to follow it

Mille Miglia 2020: info and useful tips on how to follow it
From today Thursday 22 October until Sunday 28 October the Mille Miglia will take place, the regularity race for historic cars that recalls the glories of the Brescia-Rome-Brescia race. Despite the difficulties related to the pandemic, it will be possible to witness live the passage of the race, and below we report all the stages and times. The race will cross Lombardy, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, Marche, Lazio, Tuscany and Liguria.

It will be mandatory to use the mask at all times and avoid crowds of the public, as per regulations anti Covid-19. For all those who are not in a position to see the race live, it is possible to connect to the live streaming on the website.

The DPCM imposes "the obligation to always have a protective device with respiratory tract "and to keep it worn" in all outdoor places when you are close to other people who do not live together ". This means that it is possible to go and see the Mille Miglia, but that you have to be careful when using the mask.

Pay attention to the rules imposed by some regions or by individual municipalities; in some cases, local restrictive regulations could lead to unpleasant surprises for those who travel to Italy to follow the Mille Miglia. Local lockdowns are also a risk, as is the night curfew called for by some cities.

Here are the stages of the race:

Thursday 22 October: start of the Mille Miglia, as per tradition, from the platform of Viale Venezia in Brescia at 2 pm, continuing to Sirmione, Mantua, Ferrara, Ravenna, Cervia and Milano Marittima. Around 10 pm the first cars to complete the stage will arrive on the Riviera.

Friday 23 October: departure from Cervia at 6:10 am, in the direction of the Apennines and the Republic of San Marino, passing through the Marche region and then heading towards the Tyrrhenian Sea, leaving the Adriatic behind. The arrival in Rome is expected after 9 pm, with the arrival in Via Veneto.

Saturday 24 October: the third stage, as tradition dictates, is the longest of all. The planned shift is from Rome to Parma with various intermediate stages, towards Passo della Cisa which will allow the group to reach Emilia around 9:30 pm.

Sunday 25 October: the last stage stretches between Emilia and Lombardy, with departure from Parma and passages from Varano de 'Melegari, Lodi and Bergamo. The arrival is scheduled in Brescia at 3.30 pm, with the awarding of the winner of the race.

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