Re-enactment event with skill tests in the ASI calendar. Mechanical and electronic chronometers.
On October 3, 1926, Ernesto Maserati, at the wheel of the first car completely designed and built by the Maserati brothers, the 1500cc Tipo 26 with compressor, came first overall at an average of 73.734 km/h beating other competitors with displacements of 2000cc and more, such as Stefanelli and Buoninsegna's 2000cc Bugatti and Foroni's Foroni.
The car driven by Ernesto Maserati was the fruit of his brother Alfieri's constructive genius and took another step in the glorious marque's journey, confirming the success of Alfieri's victorious debut in the first class a few months earlier at the Targa Florio.
More than 90 years later, on the same demanding route, TEAM SAN LUCA wanted to remember this feat of great significance.