1000 Miglia along the roads of the Via Emilia
The Red Arrow follows the Via Emilia and stopped in Parma. The third leg of the Race, which took place on June 17, ended in the historic center of Parma. The cars that took part in the event travelled along the ancient Via Emilia of which Parma is one of the main hubs. A road that has been crossed by merchants and travelers since Roman times, now saw the passage of the historic cars of the 1000 Miglia. This geographical itinerary crosses the fields of the Lower Po Valley and the Apennine valleys.