Have you ever been to the Rally di Roma Capitale? Here is a series of tips to best follow the great event organized by Motorsport Italia and Max Rendina that brings the show of motorsport to the centre of Rome thanks to the collaboration with the Ufficio Grandi Eventi and the Grandi Eventi, Turismo e Sport Councilor Alessandro Onorato.

Discover how and what to see, side activities and shows between Rome, Fiuggi and the Frusinate area. Come and experience this unmissable event with whoever you want: friends, family, fans!
Do I have to pay a ticket to attend the Roma Capitale Rally?
No, access is always free, both in Rome and on the stages in the Frusinate area and Fiuggi. When attending a motorsport event, however, there are rules to be respected. Always listen to the instructions of the staff and officials.
When do they pass through Rome?
The protagonists will be in Rome on Friday, 28 July. The cars will face a parade through the streets of the centre in front of the main monuments starting at 19:00 and at 20:00 they will run the first part of the race on a track designed at Colle Oppio in front of the Colosseum.
How can I find out the route of the other days?
The race will then continue on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 between Fiuggi and Frusinate. The route is available here with an indication of the times when the first car will pass through. Maps will be available from 6 July. The sections marked in red will be closed to traffic and will be where the cars will compete against the stopwatch. These sections will be closed two hours before the passage of the first competitor.
Are there spaces for families?
Yes. In Rome, at Colle Oppio, an area open to everyone will be set up alongside the race track. There will be exhibition stands, cocktail bars or simply places to watch the show. In Fiuggi a Village will be set up on all race days with entertainment activities, shows, fun for young and old, and food and wine stands.
How to follow the race along the stages?
Choose the spot where you want to go to watch the show, get there at least two hours beforehand, and park neatly. Bring drinks and comfortable clothes to protect you from the sun. Remember to take your rubbish with you once you have finished watching the show.
Is there a paddock?
Yes, it will be set up in Fiuggi in the Fonte Anticolana car park. Here all teams will have the service area, the pits for the cars. During the hours when the service park will be in operation, it will be possible to watch the assistance operations and meet the drivers. Free access.
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Thursday July 6th
Publication of route maps on the website

Thursday July 27th
Opening of the Paddock in Fiuggi (Via Fonte Anticolana) and set-up by the teams

Friday July 28th
Free practice at Fumone from 8:00 am
Opening of the Rally Village in Fiuggi
Parade through the streets of the historic centre of Rome from 19:00 (route will be unveiled later)
Colosseum circuit at 20:00

Saturday July 29th
Opening of the Rally Village in Fiuggi
Race in the Frusinate area as per timetable and maps

Sunday July 30th
Opening of the Rally Village in Fiuggi
Race in the province of Frusino as per timetable and maps
Arrival in Fiuggi from 18:00 in Corso Nuova Italia
Prize giving ceremony from 18:30 in Corso Nuova Italia in Fiuggi




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