The route has been revealed for the 19th running of the MSA Euroclassic in September (4-11). The non-competitive 8-day rally starts in Troyes, France, and will visit St Moritz, Venice and others en route to its Parma finish. The total run is close to 1500 miles and key stops will be the Mille Miglia museum and the Galleria Ferrari museum as well as a host of circuits such as Varano, Adria, Anneau du Rhin and the Autodromo Dell'Umbria.
Andrew Coe, chief executive of organiser International Motor Sports, said: "We've organised some pretty special events in the past, but with so much to see and do, this must be the best MSA Euroclassic yet." With prices starting at £2250 for a car and two people, you may think it needs to be! That does include pretty much everything you will need, though.
To take part in the tour, classics must be more than 20 years old though some exceptions could be made for cars relevant to elements of the route. That would be just about anything from Italy's Motor Valley, then, so feel free to apply with your Youngtimer Ferrari, Maserati or Lamborghini.
Book before 18 April to qualify for a discounted entry of £2100, see www.msaeuroclassic.co.uk for details and contacts.