Registration closed for the Rally di Roma Capitale scheduled from 28 to 30 July. Great expectations for the city prologue that will shift its focus in front of the world's most famous Roman amphitheatre.
19.07.2023 - The crews that are getting ready to tackle the Rally di Roma Capitale 2023, the event organised by Max Rendina and Motorsport Italia, sixth round of the FIA European Rally Championship and fifth of the Campionato Italiano Assoluto Rally Sparco. The event is scheduled on July 28th-30th and tomorrow, Thursday 20 July at 11:30, in the Sala delle Bandiere in Campidoglio, the official press conference will present all the details of the event in the presence of all the main institutions of the city, the Region and the Italian and European rally sporting world.
There is great anticipation for this happening, which is one of the most important events of the Roman summer, especially for the extraordinary prologue in the centre of the city that will take place on Friday July 28th, thanks to the fundamental collaboration with the Ufficio Grandi Eventi and the Assessorato Grandi Eventi, Turismo, Sport e Moda of Roma Capitale.
After the closing of entries, while the sporting world awaits the publication of the entry list that will be published tomorrow, Rome is getting ready for the show.
Compared to the last two editions, the prologue through the streets of Rome will be different and will shift its centre of gravity to the area of Colle Oppio and the Colosseum as never before. A great happening that is preparing to involve fans, onlookers and tourists in a summer evening of passion and adrenaline, with the most beautiful rally cars on the European scene. The details of this evening will be revealed during the press conference, scheduled for tomorrow.
"It is with great pleasure that we return to host the Rally di Roma Capitale in the heart of the Eternal City. For the eleventh edition we wanted to confirm the itinerary with a view of the Colosseum and Colle Oppio: iconic places of the Capital. A postcard of our city that on July 28th will bounce from the streets of the historic centre to the screens of fans from Asia to North America, from Central and South America to the entire Europe, Africa and Australia. Last year the images of the Rally di Roma Capitale went around the world, 1200 people were involved in the organisation with 300 specialized technicians of the sports staff, generating an important boost for the Roman economy," says Alessandro Onorato, Councillor of Roma Capitale for major events, tourism, fashion and sport.
"We have worked together with the Ufficio Grandi Eventi and the Assessorato Grandi Eventi, Turismo, Sport e Moda di Roma Capitale in the person of Alessandro Onorato to move the centre of gravity to the Colosseum and continue to seek improvements and novelties for the Rally di Roma Capitale, which grows year by year and will certainly write another page of celebration for the city," concluded Max Rendina.