From Parma to Brescia: the final and shortest stage of the most breath-taking race in the world.

After passing through?Salsomaggiore?Terme, Piacenza and Lodi, the race cars headed on to Milan, crossing the centre of the Lombardy capital with a pit stop in Piazza Duomo.

Later, the cars set off from the city centre of Milan to Arese, stopping off at the newly-renovated Alfa Romeo Historical Museum, where the drivers of the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team, celebrated the 90th?anniversary of Alfa Romeo’s first victory in the Mille?Miglia race.?After which, the?convoy continued on its course to the Monza Formula1 racetrack.

Once more, the red Alfa shined in this year’s Mille?Miglia event, upholding the reputation of the only team to win the race a good 11 times, 7 times running. An absolute triumph that can rightfully go down in Italian racing history – an emotion that goes far beyond mere mechanics.?