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1951 Lancia Aurelia B20 GT

Chassis no. B20-1246
Engine no. B20-1255
Coachbuilder Pinin Farina


The Trento-Bondone Hill Climb is a hillclimbing competition starting in Trento and finishing on the Monte Bondone, organised by the Scuderia Trentina of the Automobile Club d'Italia. The Trento - Bondone race is a competition that prides itself on its long history. The opening edition took place on July 5th, 1925, but back then, as the local newspapers report, it was mostly a "timed field trip for cars and motorcycles". In fact, 16 motorcycles, 2 motor driven bicycles and 11 cars participated. The course is 17.3 km (10.75 mi) in length. It was described as "an absurdly dramatic climb" that begins in the Adige valley at 275 metres elevation and climbs to 1650 metres in the Alps. The track is part of the European Hill Climb Championship.


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