Driving the Mille Miglia is on the bucket list for just about everyone immersed in the car life, but it’s not easy to do.
You need a car that meets the Mille Miglia’s stringent entry requirements. You need to get that car ready to drive from from Brescia to Rome and back to Brescia — sometimes on rough roads and during scorching afternoons and rainy days.
You also have to pay the entry fees and get your car to Italy.
Like everything worth doing, there’s a price to pay for the challenge and joy of the Mille Miglia. If you’ve thought about giving all this a go, you should watch these two Audrain Motorsport videos of Donald Osborne and Antonio Melegari driving a 1940 Siata 1100 Viotti coupe aerodinamica in the 2021 Mille Miglia this past June.
These videos put you in the car on Italy’s fabulous, scenic roads!
Here are the links: