Mille Miglia

The Mille Miglia 2018 race is now a history. After four days of struggle and covering a thousand miles, the participants again reached Brescia to pass the desired finish line. A big celebration was held, attracting thousands of spectators along Viale Venezia, where the official closing ceremony took place.

This year's ninety-first edition of the Mille Miglia 2018 race was won by Juan Tonconogy and Barbara Ruffini from Argentina in Alfa Romeo 6c 1500 GS from 1933. Giovanni Moceri and Daniele Bonetti from Italy came in second, also in the Alfa Romeo 1500 S from 1928. Until the end, there was a fierce competition for the first place between the drivers of Alfa Romeo cars. Last year's winners of Mille Miglia - Andrea Vesco and Andrea Guerini (also Italians) - were leading after the third stage, but in the end they did not repeat the success and came in third.


The Perlage team is celebrating a huge success. As planned, they finished the race around the hundredth position among 450 cars that took part in Mille Miglia 2018. The joy is even greater because the execution of the plan turned out to be more difficult than expected, as the sports level improved significantly compared to the previous year.


Celebrations of the end of another Mille Miglia Storica race and the success of each of the teams who came to the finish line were accompanied by the sparkling Cisowianka Perlage water, which perfectly fits into the atmosphere of amazing celebrations in the streets of Brescia.


We hope to come back there next year again!