The 2024 edition of the 1000 Miglia Green will, as every year, follow the route of the Red Arrow, alternating the race with free transfer sectors in order to manage the battery charging. From 11 to 15 June, the event reserved for Full Electric cars – including Hypercars and Supercars – the result of the technological innovation of our era, as were the magnificent models of the 1000 Miglia, will cover a total of approximately 1800 kilometres, 1000 of which will make up the race route: the drivers will be tested with 15 Time Controls, 83 Time Trials, 2 Average Trials and 18 Passage Controls.
After the start in Brescia, the crews will conclude the first sports trials with the Time Control in Novara, after which there will be a free transfer to Turin, the first city leg. The following day, from the capital of Piedmont, the crews will descend via Alba, via the Langhe Astigiane and the Passo del Turchino, to reach the lunch in Genoa, an absolute new feature of the 2024 edition. In the afternoon, the free transfer to the second leg finish, Viareggio.
The third morning of the race will take the crews to Castiglione della Pescaia, where lunch will be held and the last CO/TC of the day. In the evening, the customary platform of Via Veneto in Rome. The fourth day will take the crews up via Orvieto, to Solomeo for lunch. The finish line will instead be in Bologna.
On the morning of Saturday 15 June, passing through Ferrara, the cars will drive up to Mantua, and then to Lake Garda with Valtenesi and Salò, until arriving in Brescia, at the Viale Venezia Platform.