The fourteenth edition of the Coppa Milano-Sanremo was successfully celebrated among the emotions and enthusiasm of thousands of people, attracted by the passage of a special caravan of collectible cars.
Won by the 1937 Fiat 508 C crewed by Passanante and Molgora, ahead of the same 1938 model driven by Di Pietra-Di Pietra and the Lancia Aprilia of the same year by the Loperfido-Corneliani duo, the historic re-enactment saw at the starting line a hundreds of cars, which traveled over 900 kilometres, from Milan to Milan, passing through the city of flowers. The regularity race went through Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria, for a total of 115 special stages.
In the pre-war category up to 1945, success went to the 1927 Bugatti T37A crewed by Belotti and Plebani.
For the category from 1946 to 1990, success of the Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster of the Collins-Gay duo.
Among many vintage jewels, current cars are also competing, such as a Pagani Huayra HP, winner in the modern supercar and young timer category (cars from 1993 to today). Also worth mentioning is the participation of two Morgan model year 2023. Cars characterized by a retro style, combined with a technical conception in step with the times, the English discoveries were conducted by the crews of Romeo Ferraris, the brand’s new importer for the Italy. The Opera-based company has, in fact, chosen this special catwalk to present the novelties of the Malvern-based company: the evolution of the Plus Six and the latest version of the famous three-wheeler from the British manufacturer, the Super 3.
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