Modena Cento Ore

The 2016 Edition of the Modena Cento ore ralley had a lot to offer because the Scuderia Tricolore had from the Emilia region a very special route, planned from the Adriatic to the Tyrrhenian coast across Northern Italy. On the way led the tour even led on the most difficult race tracks in Italy and up to the pass heights of the Apennine mountains. From the 7. To the 12. June, 90 teams from all around the world participated this journey with their chrome-shiny vehicles. Overall a total value of around €100 million on the streets. The ralley lasted six days and of which 4 days were continuously driven, because in total it were 1300 kilometers to be driven in 100 hours, starting in Rimini via Modena, Florence and Forte dei Marmi. On the road 22 time controls, 12 blocked off routes in the mountains and three race tracks – Imola, Misano and Mugello – retracted in various grids. Also attending were prominent racing drivers, such as E.g. Jürgen Barth, winner of the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1977.