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Italian Speed Festival: a one-of-a-kind motoring weekend for celebrating the Motor Valley.

On October 22-23 at the Misano World Circuit, in the heart of the Motor Valley, arrives Italian Speed Festival, a new racing experience created by Canossa for all speed aficionados. A unique opportunity to experience all the exceptional heritage of the Italian automotive industry. During this brand-new journey, the world of motorsport will be the real protagonist: Italian Speed Festival will be a celebration of Made in Italy and the history of motoring.

Alfa Revival Cup, Youngtimer Cup e Cavallino Classic Cup
For the special occasion the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli will host the finals of our racing series: Alfa Revival Cup, Youngtimer Cup and Cavallino Classic Cup. The cars part of the Alfa Revival Cup championship will celebrate the last race of the racing series reserved to vintage Alfa Romeo cars built before 1981. The event will also see the competition between Youngtimer Cup’ cars, a challenge dedicated to the Youngtimer phenomenon and to all the drivers owning a car built between the 1980s and 2000s and having the passion for speed in the DNA.

Track slots and free access to the paddock
The iconic Misano World Circuit, which just this year celebrates 50 years of sports history, will also host the Cavallino Classic Cup, the event for Ferrari Challenge cars of the past: all models from the 348 to the 458 for experiencing a unique driving adventure. Several track slots will be open to all collectors and drivers who want to take part in this amazing weekend with a classic or sports car. Italian cars are most welcome, but the track is open to all brands. Spectators will be allowed to enter the paddock, live the racing experience as it used to be in the good old days, when motorhomes were simple trailers and hospitalities just consisted of a shared pot of spaghetti with friends. Free access!

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