Four circuits and nine special stages will keep the competition alive day by day. As always, all of this is immersed in the magic of timeless landscapes and cities and towns that have made the history of the Italian Renaissance.
October 9th, 2023: there are a hundred teams registered for the 2023 edition, coming from all over Europe and the world, who are gathering today at Argentario for accreditation and checks, ready for a new adventure together. Participants will be able to immerse themselves in a week of excitement and adrenaline in the heart of the Bel Paese, enjoying some of Italy’s most beloved circuits: Vallelunga Circuit, the Autodromo dell’Umbria in Magione, Mugello Circuit, and Modena Circuit. This year’s itinerary will cross four different regions, starting from Tuscany and passing through Lazio, Umbria, and finally arriving in Emilia-Romagna. As always, it will conclude in Modena, the heart of the Motor Valley, the homeland of Enzo Ferrari and the most beloved engines in Italy and the world, where the cars will be presented to the public and awarded in front of the Ducal Palace.
A five-day journey that, starting from Orbetello, will cross the Argentario and pass through Vallelunga Circuit, where the first circuit challenge is scheduled, to then reach the Ancient Village of Sutri and continue towards the sea at Porta Santo Stefano. In the second leg, after tackling the rugged and majestic Monte Amiata and reaching Montalcino and San Quirico d’Orcia, it will be the Magione Circuit that will host the second track race. At the end of the day, there will be an evening in the opulent, medieval city of Perugia after a joyful arrival in the historic city center. The adventure, full of surprises and emotions, continues towards the aristocratic Tuscany, passing through Bibbiena and Scarperia, and will head to its famous Mugello Circuit, where the famous ups and downs will be the stage for unparalleled battles. The evening will end in the heart of Florence, the cradle of Italian culture and history. On the last day, the goal is now within reach, and it is not far from reaching Modena and its circuit. Following the roads that made the achievements of Stirling Moss and Piero Taruffi famous, those of the Futa and Raticosa passes, you will finally arrive in the Emilian center, where there will be the decisive race at the circuit and the final arrival in Piazza Roma in front of the Ducal Palace, the headquarters of the prestigious Military Academy. As every year, the dynamism of the track and the Special Stages, along with the adrenaline of the competition and the exceptional performance of the cars in the race, will make the event special. But above all, it will be the teams, with their enthusiasm and desire to have fun together, that will once again be the true protagonists of the Modena Cento Ore. The route, which starts from Monte Argentario and ends in Modena, includes four legs, with a challenging schedule that encompasses the racetracks and the nine Special Stages.
October 9th: Monte Argentario, sporting and technical checks and briefing
October 10th: Orbetello – Vallelunga Circuit – Antico Borgo di Sutri – SS 1 “Cura di Vetralla” – Viterbo – Montefiascone – Bolsena Lake – SS 2 “Manciano” – Porto Santo Stefano
October 11th: Orbetello – SS 3 “Scansano” – SS 4 “Monte Amiata” – San Quirico d’Orcia – Autodromo dell’Umbria di Magione – Perugia
October 12th: Perugia – SS 5 “Passo dello Spino” – Bibbiena – SS 6 “Croce ai Mori “– Scarperia – Mugello Circuit – Firenze
October 13th: Firenze – Mugello Circuit – SS 7 “Passo del Giogo” – Firenzuola – SS 8 “Monte Faggiola” – SS 9 “Sambuca” – Castello di Villanova – SSS Autodromo di Modena – Modena October 14th: Modena, relax and goodbyes to the next edition For the Modena Cento Ore 2023 event, the organizer is renewing its commitment to environmental sustainability.
Just like in previous editions, the event is managed in a way to assess and reduce the environmental impacts associated with its realization. Through the Carbonzero protocol, the organization has been able to calculate the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions related to the race phases. Developed using shared methodologies, the protocol developed by Alfa Solutions allows for a rapid calculation of the emissions inventory for the initiative based on appropriate factors. In this specific case, the race phase of the motorsport event results in emissions of approximately 44.8 tons of CO2 equivalent, which will be offset through the purchase of credits or the implementation of sustainability initiatives. This way, the organization is renewing its commitment to mitigating climate-altering emissions. This year as well, the traditional support for the activities of the Panathlon Club of Modena is once again confirmed. For years, Scuderia Tricolore and Canossa Events have been supporting a project aimed at making sports accessible to people with disabilities.