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Viva Italia 2012; the pictures

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Finally the famous event was Viva Italia! back to the Whitsun weekend on the TT Circuit Assen. After two years you can now again enjoy a car festival with Italian temperament in the spring. ! Viva Italia! Is aimed at all Italian brands, whether old glory or modern pride.


The event was again distinguished by a varied program on the course and on the paddocks.

You will find numerous Italian car clubs on the paddocks, historic, young timer or modern. Exhibitors offer you accessories (car and lifestyle), parts, insurance and much more, such as automobilia (books, brochures and thumbnails). There is a Concorso Italiano, sponsored by car care specialist Meguair's, where participants compete in various classes for the highest honor in the form of the prestigious Tropheo Concorso di Eleganza 2012.

On the circuit there is a coming and going of racing cars, circuit enthusiasts and "circuit tourists". The job program offers something for everyone. For example, there is the Free Driving section for both the Sport class and the Tour class. In the Toerklasse you can explore the circuit with a passenger and enjoy the cornering and driving skills of your Italian car. The sport class is meant for circuit enthusiasts who want to give their car the spurs.


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Paul Kievit / Carlo Kuit - PK Photography

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