Winning the 1000 Miglia is difficult. Winning it before you begin, is extraordinary

  • 22 October 2020
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Winning the 1000 Miglia is difficult. Winning it before you begin, is extraordinary image

After St. Moritz, it was Brescia’s turn to host an event for drivers of classic cars, those registered to participate in the 1000 Miglia, with the TCCT eClassic simulators. A real race on the legendary Monza track, to feel first hand just how good these fascinating machines designed by Zagato and Pininfarina are at reproducing an unforgettable reality. The quickest on the circuit was the expert Nick Scott, who started today behind the wheel of his Aston Martin DB2 number 378 to cover the 1000 Miglia with the satisfaction of having already taken home a victory.

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DSC06152-Modifica Ready to race, the TCCT eClassic simulators inside the verification pavilion of the 1000 Miglia in Brescia, awaiting the start of the competition between the competing drivers.

TCCT MilleMiglia day2 19 In action on the historic Monza track with the thrill of the famous elevated curves.

TCCT-Mille-Miglia-Day3 24MODIFICA The past meets the future: simulators and classic cars in the 1000 Miglia verification pavilion.

ecd2b2dc-e18a-4ea3-8c52-8418c22f915d Nick Scott, with his companion Philip Torr and their Aston Martin DB2, best time on the Monza circuit with the TCCT eClassic simulators.

TCCT-Mille-Miglia-Day3 7 The magical atmosphere in Brescia before the event.

TCCT-Mille-Miglia-Day3 16 Manual gearbox and clutch pedal just like a real car.

TCCT MilleMiglia 2 The adrenaline of the race.

TCCT-Mille-Miglia-Day3 5 The TCCT eClassic team who managed three days of passionate participation.