The 2024 edition of the Red Arrow will depart from Brescia on Tuesday 11 June and will pass through Bergamo, Novara and Vercelli before arriving in Turin for the end of the first leg.
On the second day, the convoy will begin its descent southwards, passing through the Langhe region and through the centre of Alba before heading to Genoa, the absolute novelty of the 1000 Miglia 2024, where the crews will stop for lunch. Continuing along the Tyrrhenian coast, the race will reach the leg finish in Viareggio.
The third leg will see the descent towards Rome: initially the race will turn inland through Lucca, and then return to the coast at Livorno with a lunch break in Castiglione della Pescaia. In the afternoon, they will pass through Grosseto, enter Lazio, pass Lake Bolsena, and finish in Rome in Via Veneto.
With the fourth leg, the crews will drive up to Orvieto and then Solomeo, the venue for lunch. After the break, it will be on to Siena, Prato and the Futa and Raticosa passes, which will precede the arrival in Bologna. On the final day, Saturday 15 June, the route will pass Ferrara and Mantua, then Lake Garda with the Valtenesi and Salò to finish with the classic parade in Viale Venezia.