A record Gran Prix: five racing pilots drivers the finish line in less than a second.
Cinque piloti in meno di un secondo tagliano il traguardo del Gran Premio d'Italia: a Monza è record.
“Grand Prix”: Monza's banking meets Hollywood
The discontinued historic high-speed racetrack becomes a set for the “Gran Prix” movie by John Frankenheimer made in 1966, winner of three Oscars.
The Vespa revolution
The Vespa was born in 1946, a true revolution in mass transport on two wheels and fruit of the creative genius of Corradino d'Ascanio as well as the conversion of the arms industry.
"Italian Race", the film shot at the Mugello circuit
In 2014 the Mugello circuit was the set for the movie "Italian Race" with Stefano Accorsi, one of the few movies devoted to the world of racing.
Moto Guzzi and Giovannino Guareschi
Giovannino Guareschi was a real fan of Moto Guzzi motorcycles, as was his character, Peppone, also represented in the films on board a 500 Sport sidecar.
Moto Guzzi in cinema
As with many of the symbols from Italy’s boom-time, Guzzi motorbikes have made their way into quite a few movies from the 50’s and 60’s, to say the least.
The Mugello Autodrome becomes the set of the movie “Italian Race” with Stefano Accorsi
L'Autodromo è il set per il film di Matteo Rovere e con Stefano Accorsi dedicato alle corse su due ruote.
The exclusive Mazzanti Evantra supercar arrived on the market
Comincia la produzione della supercar artigianale e ad alta tecnologia in soli cinque esemplari l'anno.
Trident and the movie camera
A journey through Italian and foreign movies, all with different kinds of Maserati cars on set, from “Story of a Love Affair” by Antonioni to “Ocean's Thirteen” with Clooney.
Ferrari and cinema
An overview of the Ferrari models most loved by cinema stars, from Marcello Mastroianni to Peter Sellers, exhibited at the Museo Enzo Ferrari in Modena for the exhibition called “Driving with the stars”.