Mille Miglia Visits Seefeld

The best-known classic car race in the world is for the first time being held in winter and will make a stop in Seefeld in Tirol on 05 December 2019.

The famous oldtimer race started in 1927 in Brescia and has attracted up to one million spectators to Italy every year since then.

The Coppa delle Alpi by Mille Miglia, organised by Mille Miglia S.r.l., has chosen a route that runs through the most atmospheric mountain landscapes of Italy, Austria, Germany and Switzerland from 04 to 07 December.

From Brescia to Seefeld via Brixen and on to St Moritz

On the first day of the race (04 December) the vintage cars start from Brescia heading towards Lake Garda. The route then continues to Bolzano and ends in Brixen.

On 05 December the participants will make their way over the Brenner Pass to Seefeld, where they will arrive in the pedestrian zone at around 17.00. The day’s awards will be presented at 19.30.

The Mille Miglia race in winter
The Mille Miglia race in winter
© Coppa delle Alpi-1000-Mille-Miglia

The next day, the route passes Neuschwanstein Castle and continues to Fiss until the final destination of the day, St. Moritz, is reached.

On 07 December, the final section of the Coppa delle Alpi by Mille Miglia takes the participants from Switzerland to Valtellina and on to Val Camonica, where the route ends in Ponte di Legno after a total of 1,200 kilometres and 15 Alpine passes.

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