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Impressions from the Mille Miglia

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For three years in a row now, Andrea Vesco has won the Mille Miglia. This year, just like in 2021, Vesco took victory in a 1929 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 SS Zagato, together with Villa Trasqua teammate Fabio Salvinelli. Vesco is only the second one to score a triple victory in the Mille Miglia.

You just can feel the enthusiasm, can’t you? As you thread your way through the crowds driving off from Siena’s Piazza del Campo. Many people have told us before, it’s the crowds that make the Mille Miglia such an outstanding event. An event that is not to be missed, the reason why you will always want to come back.

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Friends of Tazio

We saw quite a few friends of Tazio in the Mille Miglia. Michael Stehle whose 1954 Ferrari 375 MM Spider Pininfarina we featured in issue 2, for example. Unfortunately, an engine fire meant a premature end to his race. But he’s already talking about his comeback next year, don’t worry. And the Mercedes 300 SL that we featured in issue 2, was present as well. We don’t have it in the picture selection here, but the gorgeous Maserati 200 SI we drove in issue 3, yep, that one too. Of course, we shouldn’t forget our columnist Christian Geistdörfer who accompanied Hans Hulsbergen in the Porsche 356 A Carrera.

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75 years of Osca

With a small legion of MT4s, Osca’s 75th birthday turned out to be quite a celebration. At the front of the rally, Vesco and Salvinelli dominated from day one. They would hold on to the lead right up until the return to Brescia. Belometto and Bergomi, also in a coëfficient 1 car from 1929 (Lancia Lambda Spider Tipo 221) came second. Third place went to the 1929 O.M. 665 S MM Superba 2000, driven by Lorenzo and Mario Turelli.

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