The presentation of the Milano-Monza Motor Show

On Thursday 19 September the presentation of the new Milan-Monza Open-Air Motor Show took place at the Pirelli headquarters in Milan. The show collects the heritage of the Salone Parco Valentino by moving to Lombardy. In addition to Andrea Levy who created the event, the mayors of Milan and Monza, the presidents of ACI, ACI Milano and Autodromo di Monza and many other personalities from the automotive world were present at the presentation.

The event will take place from 17 to 21 June 2020 and alongside the cars of today and tomorrow, great space will also be given to the cars of the past, with the entire Heritage department curated by Corrado Lopresto. This section of the motor show, still under development, will see the exhibition of vehicles of great historical importance, with a traditional concours d'elegance but also numerous make and model meetings, with the cars that will be able to parade on the legendary circuit and on the historic "sopraelevata". Plenty of space for culture with thematic conferences and exhibitions, centenary car rallies, car therapy for people with disabilities, and more motorcycles, boats, helicopters, vintage planes, to talk about the history of motorization at 360 degrees.

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