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16th-17th-18th June 2017 - Vernasca (Piacenza) - Italy
Attendances info


 

The Track

 

The location of the event is that until 1972 was used for the uphill race Castell'Arquato-Lugagnano-Vernasca who competed for 17 editions since 1953.
The track, about 9 km, is closed to civilian traffic. The road closure will affect the stretch of road traffic from the Bardi of Castell'Arquato up at the cemetery Vernasca.
to anyone wishing to attend the passage of vehicles along the route you should keep in mind that its closure will occur about 30 minutes before the start of the parade. Closing times are scheduled as follows:


Saturday
Morning: 
track closure from 10.30 A.M. - first run start at 11.00 A.M.
Afternoon: track closure from 3.00 P.M. - second run start at 3,30 P.M.

Sunday
Morning track closure from 10.00 A.M. - thirt run start at 10.30 A.M.

At the end of the two runs on Saturday the cars will go down to Castell'Arquato still under closed road.

 

Paddock

 

All cars of the event will be arranged in two paddocks present Castell'Arquato (Along Arda and Europa Square)
Admission for spectators is free up to 19.00 Friday and Saturday and Sunday morning.
On Friday and Saturday, from 19.00, the paddock will closed and taken over by the supervisory and prohibit entry to any person until 8.00 am the next morning

 

Points of interest to follow the event

 

You can follow the event at various points.
The paddock to admire the cars and follow all stages of cars preparation.
In the starting line, behind the new jersey arranged along the straight, the cars proceed to pull out until the start where they are presented by the official speaker and then throw down the straight.
In Lugagnano village on the “curvone” (big bend) which is located in the town center.
Along the hairpin of the climb, very spectacular and panoramic.



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