The historic rally is once again in triple figures, with a further fourteen A112 Abarths competing alongside the ninety-nine crews entered, and a significant increase in the average race, which for the first time reaches forty crews and, despite the restrictions introduced at the start of the season, eleven entries in the "sport" category.
It is no exaggeration to talk about success when looking at the forty crews entered in the medium race, the fourth round of the Italian Championship of the speciality and the overture to the 2023 edition of the North West Regularity Cup.
Always one of the most popular events in the sector, the Lana Storico 2023 surpasses the already considerable numbers of previous editions and places itself at the top of the hypothetical ranking among the titled races. If on the one hand the absence of the Bonnet - Bonnet couple, winners of two of the three races held so far, stands out, on the other the names of Marcattilj and Giammarino, already winners in 2018 and 2019 with Porsche 911, of Gandino, here with Ambrogi, triumphant in 2021 on Fiat Ritmo 130 TC and of Keller with Ricci on Audi Quattro, who won in 2022. Aiolfi - Merenda in a Peugeot 309 Gti, Verdona - Verdona in a 205 Gti and Vellano - Molina in an Audi 80 go to thicken the group of pretenders to victory, confirming the uncertainty of the prediction.
The regularity sport event also sets a record, given the eleven crews entered, which is the highest of the season. Viganò and Giacobino stand out as favourites with the Fiat 850 Sport and the presence of two crews from the Czech Republic stands out: Uhrik - Uhrik on Skoda Favorit and Pavlik - Di Lenardo with the Saab 96, the oldest car among those entered.