Turin, nearly 10,000 visitors to the MAUTO on the All Saints’ Bridge

Turin, nearly 10,000 visitors to the MAUTO on the All Saints’ Bridge
Turin, nearly 10,000 visitors to the MAUTO on the All Saints’ Bridge
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Excellent result for the Mauto – National Automobile Museum over the weekend of All Saints: from Saturday 29 October to Tuesday 1 November, visitors were 9,540, with an increase of 41% compared to the same period in 2021 and 60% compared to All Saints’ Bridge 2019.

Great enthusiasm for the newly inaugurated exhibition THE GOLDEN AGE OF RALLY, a journey through the history of this sport through the iconic specimens of the Gino Macaluso Foundation. The exhibition opened at the MAUTO on October 27, 2022 and will be open until May 2, 2023. On display, 19 iconic models protagonists of the challenges that have become legend, which narrate the exploits of the drivers and racing teams, through the enormous success of the public that has accompanied this sport over the decades. Legendary cars that, from the Sixties to the Nineties of the last century, have won the most important races of the championship: from the Monte Carlo Rally to the Safari Rally, through the Mille Laghi Rally (Finland) to the Sanremo Rally. A real journey into the epic of mechanics, in which team, driver and navigator acted like gears perfectly synchronized with each other.


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