Terre di Canossa 2024 has concluded

April 22, 2024: Terre di Canossa is an event dedicated to classic cars that thrives on three core elements: an exciting formula for thrilling routes and skill trials, captivating scenery and locations, exceptional hospitality, and an unforgettable gastronomic experience. Over its decade-long history, Terre di Canossa’s ability to draw participants from all over the World with truly magnificent cars means that these ingredients are not only present but truly exemplary.

The fourteenth edition concluded on Sunday, April 21, at Forte dei Marmi, after a scenic three-day journey that crossed the Apuan Alps and their marble quarries, Tuscany, with roads where beautiful driving is guaranteed and places of unique charm such as Lucca, Pisa, and Viareggio. Finally, the drivers crossed Eastern Liguria with the captivating roads of Cinque Terre and the Gulf of Poets. The conclusion and awards ceremony brought an additional surprise: the unveiling of La Canniccia Motor Club, a venue created for automotive enjoyment that offers, alongside its elegance and well-maintained facilities, a track and paddock for testing both classic cars and modern supercars, enhancing the attraction of Versilia.

The beauty of the Terre di Canossa 2024 route and the originality of the special stages were enhanced by a tribute to Giacomo Puccini on the centenary of his passing.

The awards ceremony, held by Luigi Orlandini, CEO and Chairman of Canossa Events, was truly special and full of surprises. First of all, the ranking for the team with the most participants, Scuderia Classica Belgica, that outpaced the numerous groups of Americans and Argentinians. In the overall standings, however, an Italian team excelled, with Ubaldo Bordi and Daniela Apetrei in a 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint, outperforming two Argentinian teams: Gustavo Galfione and Maria Cristina Sueyras, who finished second in a 1961 Triumph TR3A, and Guillermo Acevedo and Amalia Saenz in a 1939 MG TB. 

Terre di Canossa, which has firmly established itself as one of the pivotal Italian events capable of attracting enthusiasts from all over the world, significantly enhancing the Country’s image, benefited immensely from the crucial support of the local municipalities, the Traffic Police, tourism institutions, the Fondazione Festival Pucciniano, and partners like RM Sotheby’s, Ferrari Trento, Blackfin and Alce Nero.

The appointment is set for 2025! After this year’s success, there are already many interested participants.