The classic regularity race, organised by the Automobile Club of Belluno and the Automobile Club of Italy, with the collaboration of the ACI Historic Club and ACI Sport, the second round of the ACI Sport Italian Major Events Championship, will take place from 15 to 18 July in the extraordinary scenery of the Dolomites, recognised as a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Route and programme
The programme foresees, on Thursday 15 July, the arrival and accreditation of the participants in the splendid Cortina d'Ampezzo at the Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel.
The first stage, which will start in the morning of Friday 16 July in Cortina, will pass through the Giau and Falzarego Passes and then head towards the Abbazia di Novacella, where the crews will stop for lunch. In the afternoon it will continue over the Furcia and Tre Croci Passes, before returning to Cortina.
No less exciting is the programme for Saturday 17 July. The race will take place in the Belluno Dolomites, with the crews passing through Forcella Cibiana and a lunch stop at De Gusto Dolomiti in Belluno. Afterwards the route will wind its way through Passo Duran, Forcella Staulanza and Passo Giau, before returning to Cortina in the afternoon.
On the morning of Sunday 18 July, in the hours preceding the prize-giving ceremony, participants will be able to take part in the Tour of the Sestieri, a competitive event to admire the beauty that frames the Pearl of the Dolomites.
Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti - cars produced up to 1971
Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti Legend - cars produced from 1972 to 1990
Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti tribute - GT road cars built from 1991 onwards