EXHIBITIONS

SECTOR C – YEAR 2021

The sport prototypes of Giorgio Lucchini…
The first and the other following ones, over a lifetime of racing

350 square metres of unique items dedicated to a racing car manufacturer who achieved 750 victories on all circuits in the world and in all categories reserved for prototypes with covered wheels. 170 Sport Prototype cars made, which raced on circuits all over the world. Two world championships won and 19 national championships! Lucchini also dedicated himself to the design and construction of a number of light aircraft. (Exhibition in collaboration with Scuderia Tazio Nuvolari Italia)

SECTOR C – YEAR 2021

The sport prototypes of Giorgio Lucchini…
The first and the other following ones, over a lifetime of racing

350 square metres of unique items dedicated to a racing car manufacturer who achieved 750 victories on all circuits in the world and in all categories reserved for prototypes with covered wheels. 170 Sport Prototype cars made, which raced on circuits all over the world. Two world championships won and 19 national championships! Lucchini also dedicated himself to the design and construction of a number of light aircraft. (Exhibition in collaboration with Scuderia Tazio Nuvolari Italia)

SECTOR C – YEAR 2021

Lotus Elise, 25 years after its foundation, all models

25 years after the presentation of the Lotus Elise, in collaboration with the Elise S1 Historical Register set up by Scuderia Tazio Nuvolari Italia, an exhibition / tribute to the small English car that contributed to the further success of the house founded by Colin Chapman. It should be remembered that the Elise was conceived, designed and built in the period when the Norwich factory was Italian-owned.

SECTOR C – YEAR 2021

60th Anniversary of the Jaguar E-Type

The legendary Jaguar E-Type, also known as XKE, is 60 years old. It was produced by the British car manufacturer from 1961 to 1975. The E-Type was a revolutionary car in terms of design, driving characteristics and aesthetics; it was a car ahead of its time and its price was lower than that of cars in the same class. This was a factor that greatly helped sales which, over the 14 years it remained in production, reached 70,000 units.

SECTOR C – YEAR 2021

60th Anniversary of the Jaguar E-Type

The legendary Jaguar E-Type, also known as XKE, is 60 years old. It was produced by the British car manufacturer from 1961 to 1975. The E-Type was a revolutionary car in terms of design, driving characteristics and aesthetics; it was a car ahead of its time and its price was lower than that of cars in the same class. This was a factor that greatly helped sales which, over the 14 years it remained in production, reached 70,000 units.

CENTRAL GALLERY – YEAR 2021

100 years of Moto Guzzi

15 items that made the history of this world-famous brand will be exhibited. It starts in the 1920s with the 500cc Normale and the C2V, the first competition motorcycle, and then the 2vt, the Airone 250, the legendary ‘Guzzino’, the first small-displacement motorcycle, the Falcone 500 used in the military, the Galletto, the favourite motorcycle of the ecclesiastics, the Stornello 125, the V7 Sport 750, the 850 Le Mans, the 254 which originated from an idea of DeTomaso, California, the V11 Sport, evolution of the Daytona1000 IE model, Griso, and finally the V85TT, defined the first ‘Classic Enduro’. In collaboration with Moto Club 2000.

CENTRAL GALLERY – YEAR 2021

The poster collection of Lauro Malavolti

A collection of extraordinary posters of the most important car races in the period between the early 1900s and the 1980s. A unique collection in the world.

CENTRAL GALLERY – YEAR 2021

The poster collection of Lauro Malavolti

A collection of extraordinary posters of the most important car races in the period between the early 1900s and the 1980s. A unique collection in the world.

CENTRAL GALLERY – YEAR 2021

Men and cars competing

The central gallery will be entirely dedicated to the cars made in the Motor Valley of Emilia Romagna that wrote the history of motor racing, like Stanguellini, Bandini, De Tomaso, Maserati, Sergio Scaglietti e Ferrari.