The death of Tazio Nuvolari, which occurred on 11 August 1953, aroused great sensation throughout the world, in particular, moved the men of the Mille Miglia. To honor his memory, the traditional route of the Mille Miglia was modified so as to pass through Nuvolari's birthplace: Mantova. Since 1954 to 1957 (the last Mille Miglia edition) the GRAN PREMIO NUVOLARI was established, to be allocated to the fastest rider and then to be disputed on the long straights that run through the Po Valley, starting from Cremona and passing through Mantova, until the finish line in Brescia.
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1956 Ferrari 410 Super America Competizione
- Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Scaglietti
- Chassis n°: 0596 CM
- Engine n°: 0596 CM
1956 Bandini 750 Sport Internazionale
- Coachbuilder: Bandini
- Chassis n°: 159
- Engine n°: Unknown
1956 Porsche Spyder Type 550-1500 RS
- Coachbuilder: Karosserie Wendler Reutlingen
- Chassis n°: 550-0084
- Engine n°: P90130
1956 Panhard Monopole X86
- Coachbuilder: Monopole
- Chassis n°: 857976
- Engine n°: unknown
1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce
- Coachbuilder: Bertone
- Chassis n°: AR1493E*04349
- Engine n°: 1315/30497