After the Alessandria Time Control, the convoy arrived in Asti. The Tribute crews stopped for lunch in the homeland of Barbera and Truffles, while the classic cars did a Passage Control in Piazza Roma. This was followed by the Time Trials in the hills of Monferrato and an Average Trial in the Grana area. At the fourth Trial of Monferrato, the classification sees Vesco-Salvinelli first, followed by Fontanella-Covelli and Belometti-Bergomi. Milesi and Mozzi are at the top of the Tribute, a partial ranking by Green finally rewards Piva and Ferraglio.
The third stop of the Piedmont stretch was Vercelli: the crews collected the Stamp near the Romanesque-Gothic Basilica of Sant’Andrea, and then drove to Piazza Cavour. Before crossing the Lombardy border, the last Piedmont activities took place in Novara with a Time Control in the car park of the Silvio Piola Stadium and a Passage Control next to the Coccia Theatre.
Around 7pm, the Red Arrow will finally arrive in Milan (preceded by about an hour by the Ferrari Tribute) and will stop there for the first time in its history. To embellish the passage, the City Council has authorised the Maserati C20 Cielo of the 1000 MAD project to drive the entire city stretch in autonomous driving mode. There will be the Passage Control in Piazza Duomo to celebrate 120th anniversary of ACI Milano. To conclude, the last Time Control of the day is scheduled in City Life before the final parade at the end of the day.