Everything is ready for the fifth edition of the Biella Classic, not only historic ones

The penultimate round of the Italian Modern Car Championship will also take place on 18 September.

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On 18 September 2021, the fifth edition of the classic and tourist regularity race called "Biella Classic" and the fourth edition of the "Biella Legend", a meeting reserved for Porsche cars, will take place. There will also be the first edition of the classic regularity race for modern cars valid for the Italian Championship of the category.

Historic cars built up to 31 December 1990 will be admitted, divided into the divisions envisaged by the regulations in force.

It will also be possible to enter cars built after that date at the organisers' discretion and grouped in a special division.

Modern cars may also be entered to take part in the Italian Championship race. Entries opened on Monday 23 August and will close on Monday 13 September 2021.

The Biella Classic will be sponsored also this year by ACI Biella and will take place, as always, in one day; the organization will be entrusted to our team A.S.D. APV Classic with the help of A.S.D. Veglio4x4 and M3 Event, which already take care of several other races at national level.

The route will touch different areas of the province of Biella and neighbouring areas and will have a total length of about 149 km with the placement of a 46 detections for the historical and modern classic test and a 35 for the tourist race.

On the same date, under the patronage of the Porsche Club Italia, there will be a Porsche car tour called "Biella Legend", now in its fourth edition and open to all models of the German manufacturer.

There will also be a competition of elegance for classic cars.

The start and direction of the race will be from the "Living Garden Eventi" in Cossato and the arrival at the same location will see the crews awarded their prizes immediately after the conclusion of the race and the gala dinner.

Race documents can be downloaded from our dedicated page.