The first leg to Passanante-Moretti, while the historic cars are heading for Belluno

The 1937 508C at the head of the rankings
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It is the 1937 508C driven by Mario Passanante and Dario Moretti to win the first stage of the 2021 Coppa d’Oro delle Dolomiti. This is followed by the 1929 Lancia Lambda of Sergio Sisti and Anna Gualandi, then the 1930 Fiat 514 Mille Miglia by Alessandro Gamberini and Guido Ceccardi.

These two cars were awarded yesterday by Gianluca Traversa, Allemano CEO, together with the 1953 Lancia Aurelia B20 Gt of Stefano Macaluso and Lucia Margherita Cal Rota. The three vintage cars have been recognized as bearers of three fundamental values for the Allemano brand, respectively Resilience, Sportiness and Innovation.

The crews left today from the Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel, after the usual parade in Corso Italia, in the heart of the Queen of the Dolomites Cortina d'Ampezzo, head to Cadore and then make the usual stop in Belluno. Here again a city parade in Piazza dei Martiri, in front of the Automobile Club Belluno, organizer of the event with the support of ACI Sport, and then dive again among the masses of the Belluno Dolomites, up to the stop for lunch at the restaurant De Gusto Dolomiti.

In the second part of the day, further tests will await the competitors at the Duran pass, then the Forcella Staulanza, before returning to Cortina d’Ampezzo via the Giau pass.

This is the day that will close the rankings of the Coppa d’Oro delle Dolomiti, with over 250 km to go, which added to those of yesterday, bring the total over 500.

The event, which enjoys the patronage of the Province of Belluno and the municipalities of Cortina and Belluno, as well as the support of the Official Sponsors ACI Global Servizi, Sara Assicurazioni and BPER Banca and the Official Partners VerdeCorsa, OMR Automotive, Allemano, Tiemme, Camozzi and Rangers, will then close tomorrow with the Tour dei Sestieri di Cortina and the award ceremonies.