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Motor Valley Event

Engines, a question of: history, innovation, culture and territory

event date
27 May 2022
event time
A workshop to enhance the art of restoring vintage Motor Valley cars As part of the Motor Valley Fest, CNI Ecipar in collaboration with the "Enzo Ferrari" Engineering Department of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE) and the Engineering Department of the University of Ferrara (UNIFE), will organize the workshop " Engines, a question of: history, innovation, culture and territory ". Among the speakers will be with us the writer Leo Turrini, Mariella Mengozzi (MAUTO), Matteo Panini (Panini Collection), Cristian Bolzoni (Maserati Classiche). The event will be followed by the delivery of the certificates of the IFTS course, organized by Cni-Ecipar, "Technician restorer of vintage car mechanics" and the delivery of the FIVA 2021 Culture Award, by Natasa Jerina Grom, Vice President of Fèdèration Internationale des Vèhicules Anciens (FIVA) and Chair of the FIVA Culture and Youth Commission. The evening will end with an aperitif among the vintage cars on display in the courtyard of the cloister. Among these, the Maserati A6 1500 will be on display, the brand's first road car, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. We remind you that the IFTS course of classic car restorer technician is developed in two courses: one oriented to the restoration of the bodywork - now in its 2nd edition - and one to the restoration of mechanics - the first edition of which ended in December 2021. The free course is co-financed by the Emilia-Romagna Region and the European Social Fund. The project, which is standing out among the national educational excellences, boasts the patronage of the most important associations such as ASI - Automotoclub Storico Italiano and AISA - Italian Association for the History of the Automobile, as well as vintage car museums, starting with the Modenese Umberto Panini Collection, Righini Collection and Stanguellini Museum, up to MAUTO - National Automobile Museum of Turin. The course is also supported by local institutions and business excellence in the field of restoration and culture of vintage cars, at national and international level: ITS Maker Foundation; IIS Ferrari of Maranello; Automobili Lamborghini Spa; Classic Ferrari; Maserati Spa; Bacchelli & Villa srl; Brandoli Egidio srl; Cremonini Carrozzeria srl; Morandi Massimo and C Snc; Carrozzeria Mirage srl; Carrozzai Nonantola srl ​​company; AB Auto by Bisi Andrea; CCW srl; Retro Garage srl; Autocarrozzeria Frignani snc; Toni Auto snc; Bellaria body shop; Honorius Bell; Evotek srl; Quality control srl; ModenArteMotori; Promotor Group; Zanasi Group; Belle Epoque stable; Ferrari Jeris srl; GA srl; Modenese model shop; City Car bodywork; Autofficina Sauro snc of Rizzoli Francesco e C; Candini Classiche srl; GPS Classic srl; Fabrizio Ventura Consulting; Vision Up srl.