After much consideration, Luigi Orlandini and his team at Canossa Eventshave decided that the Modena Cento Ore will in future run in the autumn, a cooler time of year than the previous June date and they have announced that it will run this year from 9-14 October. For past competitors, priority entries were open until 3 January, after which the entries became open to all. In another break with past events, the 2023 MCO will be flagged off from the beautiful seaside village of Porto Ercole at the foot of Mt. Argentario, in southern Tuscany. The program will include overnight stays in the city centres of Perugia and Florence before the final gala night in Modena, and races will be in Vallelunga, Magione and Mugello, with a special stage on the Modena circuit. With deliberately restricted in numbers to keep the event friendly and cosy, applications can be made at https://modenacentoore.canossa.com.
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