Registration is now open for the 21st edition of Campagne e Cascine, the sixth round of the CIREAS 2023 Italian regularity car championship. Many novelties announced in these hours by the organisers, that is the women and men of Scuderia 3T auto d'Epoca Cremona Novelties for the XXI edition of the traditional race of the Italian regularity car-historical championship, starting from the route.
The competition venue has been almost completely revised, remaining in the Cremona countryside. The meeting, as is now customary, will be at the Juliette di Cremona venue for sports and technical scrutineering from 8.30 a.m. on Saturday 27 May.
At 16:00 there will be the start of the first car in the race, which will cross an unusual route that will take competitors as far as the banks of the River Adda, ending the first stage in the historic village of Pizzighettone in the centre of the Po Valley.
In Pizzighettone, one of the most complete and significant walled cities in Lombardy after the finish C.O., the ACI Sport Power Stage trials will be held in the historic centre, which will be followed by a convivial moment in the Casematte, rooms with barrel vaults inside the walls.
In the morning of Sunday 28 May, again at Juliette, the second stage will start with the now traditional sequence of small roads in the middle of the countryside set in the large Cremonese farmsteads.
The succession of more than 100 timed tests will see the competitors pass through Pieve San Giacomo with a C.O. to arrive in San Giovanni in Croce, a village famous for its magnificent Villa Medici del Vascello, with the time control that determines the end of the CIREAS tests and the start of the Dimmidisì Trophy.
The arrival of the first car is scheduled for around 13:00 for lunch, while the prize-giving ceremony will be held at 16:00.
82 are the trials of the race valid for the Cireas while 18 are the trials of the traditional Dimmidisì trophy.
As always, the time trials will be particularly technical and will test one's reflexes and ability to best interpret the passages on the pressure switches. "All trials, never trivial," explain the organisers, "in line and never repeated.
The organisers have almost completely eliminated the gravel road sections, thus facilitating all crews who want to test the cars they will drive in the next 1000 Miglia.
The timing and the race route will also be absolutely congenial to all types of cars, including pre-war cars of particular value and historical interest.
"It will be two days of maximum fun," emphasise Scuderia 3T headquarters in Cremona, "adrenalin-fuelled, with bucolic and ancestral passages that will bring people closer to nature and to the agricultural work of which the province of Cremona is proud.
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