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Victory for Juan Tonconogy in an Alfa Romeo 6C that won at the photo finish over Alberto Scapolo

Winners Juan Tonconogy and Barbara Ruffini in a 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C Gs Spider Zagato (Photo © Roberto Deias)

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Final victory for the 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C Gs Spider Zagato driven by the Argentine Juan Tonconogy navigated by the beautiful and talented Barbara Ruffini. Behind the South American crew were the Paduans Alberto and Giuseppe Scapolo, who by a whisker did not have to surrender and settle for second place on the podium.
Behind the duo from Nettuno bologna came Lorenzo and Mario Turelli in their Brescia Corse OM 665 MM Superba, who also won the points in the Power Stage held in the charming setting of the village of Pizzighettone.
In the classification dedicated to the racing teams, full spoils for Nettuno Bologna that precedes the Mantuan Classic Team and the Brescian Franciacorta Motori.
Roberto and Andrea Paradisi take the CIREAS Junior classification aboard a 1989 Autobianchi Y10 Gt. Behind the bearers of the Scuderia Castellotti came Gabriele Soldo and Michele Vecchi in a 1978 Autobianchi A112 Elegant.
Third place went to team-mates Dario Giustacchini and Andrea Galbiati, also competing in an Autobianchi A112 Elegant.
Second race in the Cireas 2024 for title holder Rosella Torri and second consecutive success in the classification dedicated to female crews for the Franciacorta Motori driver.
In second place were Federica Bignetti and Luisa Ciatti in a 1939 MG TB, ahead of Gaetana Angino and Enrica Russo in a Classic Team Autobianchi A112 Abarth.

In RC1 behind Lorenzo Turelli, Sergio Sisti and Anna Gualandi in a Lancia Lambda Spider Casaro of the 1929 Classic Team finished second, just eight hundredths behind. Third place went to Andrea Belometti, also in a 1929 Lancia Lambda Spider Casaro, navigated by Cristian Ricca.

RC2, which net of the coefficients given by the car's age, saw Alberto Scapolo and his Fiat 508C take first place by just 7 hundredths over the 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C of Juan Tonconogy and Barbara Ruffini. Third step on the category podium for the Varese crew of Roberto Crugnola and Annalisa Mentasti, who shared the cockpit of a 1937 Fiat 508C.

On the roads of Cremona, Alessandro Virdis and Silvia Giordo took a huge satisfaction in the RC3 category in a 1954 Porsche 356 A Coupe.

Behind the Sardinian crew, Giuseppe Rapisarda and Danilo Piga in a 1965 Morris Mini Mk1 concluded a challenging weekend.

Third in their category were Riccardo Guggiana and Giuseppe Parisi in an MG B Spyder from 1963 Franciacorta Motori.

In RC4 ClaudioLastri and Valter Pantani had no opponents, taking their 1975 Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Super to the top of the leaderboard.

Attempting to stem the dominance of the Classic team driver tried unsuccessfully with Gabriele Soldo in the company of Michele Vecchi in their 1978 Autobianchi A112 Elegant.

Angelo Seneci and Emanuele Bonera had to settle for third in their category with the stainless Innocenti.