MilleLast week another season of the legendary Mille Miglia rally was held with great success. This iconic Italian classic car event is the most popular and probably most famous example of precision rallying.

While in Australia many competitors are still concerned about their vehicle being “underpowered”, the results of this year’s Mille Miglia clearly illustrate that everyone has the same chance of winning.

The trophy went to the Scalise-Claramunt duo driving a 1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 GS, with a 1939 BMW finishing second and a 1933 Aston Martin came in as third.

Almost 400 cars raced each other over 5 days on the scenic routes of Italy – very similarly to the upcoming Australia Classic 2012 Cairns rally.

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