“A Valley unique in the world”. He has no doubts Claudio Domenicali President of Motor Valley Development, an association that brings together the automotive brands of the Region to thus define the area of Emilia Romagna which represents a concentration of motoring excellence, from Ducati to Lamborghini, from Ferrari to Pagani, passing through the 16,500 companies with over 66,326 employees which include a deep-rooted supply chain that gives life not only to the territory and to Italy but also to the rest of the world with an export of almost five billion euros. To celebrate this small patch of land soaked in engine oil and sprinkled with cylinders and pistons, for some years now we have been thinking about Motor Valley Fest, a widespread event based in Modena that acts as a showcase for this heritage.
Motor Valley Fest, the land of motors is once again the protagonist
“This event represents the ability of our territory to network and enhance the available assets at a tourist and industrial level, such as international circuits, private collections and automotive brands – Domenicali says in his interview with La Repubblica – The Motor Valley Fest is an opportunity to relaunch and share the passion for two and four wheels, a characteristic value of our Region: we are very proud that the 2021 edition is part of the agreement for the enhancement of Made in Italy. “ An event that from 1 to 4 July will continue in the wake of the Formula One Grand Prix in Imola and the Superbike World Championship in Misano and which will see the open doors of the four regional racetracks: the Misano Adriatico circuit with the GT World Challenge Europe, the Imola circuit with the CIV, Motorcycle Speed Championship, (2,3,4 July) and the Varano de ‘Melegari circuit with the Youngtimers and Dallara cars (2,3 July ), as well as the Modena racetrack with the “Mobility Village”. Following the road of the engines leads visitors to also come across exceptional museum centers, such as the Mudetec in Sant’Agata Bolognese, the Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum in Funo di Argelato, the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and the Ducati Museum in Bologna, as well as the 18 private collections present along the Via Emilia.