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The 2021 Mille Miglia, the 39th revival event, will return to its traditional date, this year 12-15 May.  Owners must register their cars at registro1000miglia.it.  Only cars built before December 31, 1957, in original condition, restored in accordance to the original configuration, or with documented changes added during use, can be registered in the Mille Miglia Register.  A committee has been set up to vet each car that submits an application, to certify whether it is original and only registered cars will be able to apply for the Mille Miglia event.  Eligible cars are those models that took place in the original event from 1927 to 1957.  Entries are now open and will close on January 18.  The 375 successful applicants will be announced in early March.  Unusually for the revival event, the route will go down to Rome via Italy’s west coast, with a stop in Viaregggio, and come back to Brescia in an anticlockwise direction via Bologna