The Know-How of 1000 Miglia Srl, the company that since 2013 has been organizing the most beautiful race in the world, will be applied in the first winter event: one hundred cars between the 1st and the 6th grouping, that is until 1976, will compete in a route that will cross through the breathtaking views of the Alpine arc to fully experience the pre-Christmas atmosphere of the Leg locations. On the first day of the race, Wednesday, 4th December, the cars will depart from Brescia in the direction of Lake Garda and, after Molveno Lake, they will cross the Passo della Mendola going down towards Val d´Adige to reach Bolzano and end the leg in Bressanone. On Thursday 5th December, the second leg, the crews will head from Bressanone towards the Dolomites and, after Vipiteno, they will enter Austrian territory through the Brenner Pass: from Innsbruck, the route will proceed to the Tyrol, to Seefeld, for dinner and overnight stay.
Arrival and setting up of cars in St. Moritz
On Friday, 6th December, during the third leg, the cars will cross through the territories of Austria, Germany, Italy and end the day in Switzerland, in St. Moritz, with an original and exciting end to the leg through the track dedicated to winter bobsled competitions. The participants will arrive between 4.00 pm in the St. Moritz pedestrian zone. The cars are then exhibited in St. Moritz village center.
Final stage starting in St. Moritz
The start of the fourth stage on Saturday, December 7, will also take place in the St. Moritz pedestrian zone from 8.00 clock. The final leg will proceed from St. Moritz to Valtellina and Valle Camonica to end in Ponte di Legno: after a night climb from Passo del Tonale, the prize-giving ceremony will take place at 2,585 meters, on the Presena Glacier, inside the Adamello Brenta Natural Park and on the slopes of Piandineve.