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After setting off from Brescia, we will pass Lake Garda, Salò, Desenzano and the Parco Giardino Sigurtà, Mantua and Ferrara, reaching Cervia-Milano Marittima at the end of day 1.
Stage 2 takes a detour to Forlì, then climbs up to San Marino, back down inland to Passignano sul Trasimeno and crosses over to Norcia, finishing up with a procession through Rome along Via Veneto. On day 3, the cars will return north from Rome towards Ronciglione, followed by Siena. The race then heads to Viareggio, ending its longest stage in the city of Parma.
On the fourth and final day, the vehicles will undergo a series of trials on the Varano de’ Melegari circuit. They will then pass through Salsomaggiore Terme, Stradella and Pavia on the way to the Monza circuit to pay homage to the centenary of the Formula 1 GP, before crossing the finish line in Brescia.