Eleventh edition: the podium

10th march 2024

The 1930 Fiat 514 Sport driven by Gianmario Fontanella and Annamaria Covelli won the eleventh edition of WinteRace Cortina, with 70 registered crews engaged in 70 precision trials divided into 8 groups along the over 400 kilometers of the two stages made difficult by snowfall.

In second place was the 1935 Fiat Balilla with the crew Domenico Battagliola – Emanuel Piona, and in third place was the 1927 Bugatti 37 driven by Massimiliano Paglione and Alessio De Angelis, last year’s winners.

In the Icon category, first place was secured by the Porsche 911 GT3 driven by Riccardo Perletti and Franco Bachechi. In second place was the Aston Martin DBX 707 with Alessandro Tamburini and Giuseppe Piumatti at the helm, and in third place was the Maserati MC 20 driven by Aldo De Luca and Filippo Stoppa.

WinteRace 2024: fixed points

13th february 2024

There are 70 participants registered for WinteRace, with 50 driving vintage cars built before 1999 and 20 with cars included in the special ICON section reserved for automobiles considered iconic references in the global automotive production. Foreign participants come from Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Mexico, and Monte Carlo. Among the Italians, the trend of passing down the passion for vintage cars continues, with the presence of teams composed of fathers and sons.

WinteRace: format doesn’t change

11th september 2023

The format of the event remains unchanged: there will be two stages, starting and finishing on Corso Italia in Cortina d’Ampezzo, covering just over 400 kilometers, mainly along the Dolomite roads. Among the novelties we have planned and wish to anticipate,” continue the organizers, “in the first stage, there will be a crossing of the Alpe di Siusi with a visit to Prösels Castle in Fiè allo Sciliar, a return to Moena, and in the second stage, the passage through the Staulanza and Cibiana passes, a route through Cadore, ana brief stop at Heinfels Castle in Sillian, Austria.

WinteRace: registrations are now open

1st september 2023

Registrations are now open for the eleventh edition of WinteRace Cortina, which will take place from March 7th to 9th, 2024. The launch of the event is already underway through social media and targeted communication during the main events dedicated to vintage or iconic cars. WinteRace Cortina will also be present at Auto e Moto d’Epoca in Bologna next October and at Arezzo Classic Motors in mid-January 2024.

The WinteRace Cortina, is an event of the A.S.I. (Automotoclub Storico Italiano) and will be listed on the calendar under the name of the Circolo Veneto AutoMoto d’Epoca Giannino Marzotto.”

WinteRace Cortina will allow the participation of 40 historic cars built before 1999 and 30 vehicles registered in the Icon section produced from 2000 to the present day, selected from those that meet the requirements to be considered iconic landmarks of the global automotive production.

The tenth edition is scheduled from 9 to 11 March 2023

September 20, 2022

The organization day by day is developing a level program following the typical canons of WinteRace: heart, passion and charm. Registrations opened on September 1 and will close when the 70 crews admitted. The route will develop in two stages for a total of about 400 km and will be held 66 timed tests. The first stage of the race includes the crossing of five Dolomite passes (Falzarego, Valparola, Gardena, Campolongo, Giau), a stop for lunch in Piazza del Duomo in Bressanone and a visit to the Abbey of Novacella. The second stage marks a return of the WinteRace on the Austrian roads between sport and local culture: in Lienz the crews will be welcomed by costumed and return to Italy will live for the first time the passage and the stop in San Candido, with a visit to the DoloMythos museum and then back to Cortina d’Ampezzo.

WinteRace 2022: last news

February 22, 2022

The 9th WinteRace edition is already at the starting gates. The organizers have already confirmed that they have reached the predetermined number of registrations which will guarantee the presence of 70 cars (50 sports cars in the Classic section and 20 modern cars in the Iconic section) on the catwalk and racing on the Dolomite roads next 3 – 5 March. The race which this year is on the A.S.I. (Automotoclub Storico Italiano) calendar in the name of the Circolo Veneto AutoMoto d’Epoca Giannino Marzotto.

Among the registered crews, 8 are under 40, significant confirmation that the classic passion is finding new life, 3 consist of father and daughter, 1 consists of father and son and 1 of brother and sister (class ’89 and ’94), who will arrive from Perugia driving an MG TD of 1952.

20 car brands will be represented: among the most interesting cars we would like to mention the Aston Martin DB 2 Vantage of 1950 arriving from Holland;  the Aston Martin DB 4 produced in March 1959 (the ninth car built in the series whose engine has an abbreviation that appears only on 5 samples); Triumph roadster 1800 of 1948; OM of the thirties; two Fiat 508 of 1935 and of 1937 (two versions with different engines); different cars protagonists of the rally world, such as the Mini Cooper Innocenti of 1966 (it took part in several editions of the Montecarlo) and the Opel Ascona 1900 SR Gruppo 2 of 1974. Among the cars of the WinteRace Icon section,

Among the most interesting innovations related to current automotive production, the presence of the Aston Martin’s Mission X fleet has been confirmed with the possibility to test the entire range of the English Brand during the WinteRace.

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