The Giro di Sicilia was a road car race held for the first time in 1912 and until 1914. It was then resumed in 1948 and held until 1957. The first three editions took place on a distance of 1,050 km and the others on one of 1,080 km. The final edition of 1958 was held with the regularity race formula which also included some uphill speed tests. For several years the Giro di Sicilia has been revived, in a re-enactment form for historic cars, thanks to the work of the Veteran Car Club Panormus, which managed to bring the race to the top of Italian events in terms of the number of participants.
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1946 Fiat 1100 Sport Ermini
- Coachbuilder: Bertone/Ortolani
- Chassis n°: 1100*279904*
- Engine n°: 305909
1952 Alfa Romeo 1900 L Cabriolet Victoria
- Coachbuilder: Stabilimenti Farina
- Chassis n°: AR190020075
- Engine n°: AR1306-90804
1962 Ferrari 250 GT/E Polizia
- Coachbuilder: Pininfarina
- Chassis n°: 3999
- Engine n°: 3999