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Modena Cento Ore: the 21st edition comes to a close.

1029 kilometers covered, 19 car brands represented with 14 Ferraris at the start, 18 nations represented, 10 Special Stages uphill and 2 racetracks on which the races were held between Mugello Circuit and Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli. These are just some of the impressive numbers from the Modena Cento Ore 2022, now in its 21st edition. Among the cars participating in the Modena Cento Ore 2022, some certainly deserve a mention for their wonderful beauty and sporting history such as the 1953 Ferrari 250 MM.

Thanks to the organization of Canossa Events, the Modena Cento Ore, is confirmed as one of the most appreciated events internationally. Its formula made up of track races, scenic locations, transfers and uphill special stages makes it extraordinary.

The event finally ended with a party in the center of the city of Modena, the heart of Motor Valley, when the cars paraded and finished their race in Piazza Grande, in the presence of the Ghirlandina. As a Modena Cento Ore tradition, part of the proceeds were donated to charity to the Panathlon Club of Modena association to support sports projects dedicated to disabled children.


At the end of the event, Luigi Orlandini, President and CEO of Canossa Events and Cavallino, commented: “We have finally seen a return to the good old pre-pandemic days, with 100 fantastic cars arriving from all over the world, from Hong Kong to Brazil, and 18 countries represented. It was a very hard-fought competition, right up to the last special stage, and we couldn’t have asked for better conditions: five full days of summery sunshine. My thanks to all the participants and the whole team for this 21st edition, which has been a huge success.”


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