The Modena Cento Ore 2015 will be staged June 2-7 in Italy, starting in Rome and finishing in Modena. The organizers have planned a special edition for the 15th anniversary of the rally, with four circuit races and 13 special stages among the highlights.
Created in 2000, the ‘Cento Ore’ is a Competition or Regularity rally held on scenic routes with circuit races, hillclimbs on closed roads and unique evenings in great locations, all sewed together with touristic and cultural hints. To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the rally, the 2015 edition will see the crews driving for four days on the most beautiful roads that connect Rome, Perugia, Florence and Modena, with four famous circuits (Vallelunga, Magione, Mugello and Imola) and thirteen special stages on roads closed to the public. Both Competition and Regularity sections will share the same route, circuits, uphill timed trials and evenings.
Luigi Orlandini, Chairman of the Scuderia Tricolore and founder of Canossa Events, said, “The Modena Cento Ore is one of the most important “real” races in the world now. It is the only event in Italy where the competitors can challenge each other on more than one circuit and in special stages on roads closed to the public. Definitely the only one with such a high level of hospitality and attention to detail.”
For additional information, visit ModenaCentoOreClassic.it.