The "Saline-Volterra" was, in the mid-60s and early 70s, one of the most important uphill races in Italy. The first edition of the race was organized in 1953 and took the name of "1° Comandante Braccini". After that first edition, 11 years passed before the race was again held in 1964 thanks to the organization of the ACI of Pisa and of the ProVolterra: the race took the official name of "Coppa Città di Volterra" which was maintained for all the editions until the last of 1970. The success of public and participants soon brought the "Coppa" to be included among the trials of the Campionato Italiano Montagna.
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1951 Ermini Sport Internazionale 1100
- Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Motto/Lotti
- Chassis n°: #043251#
- Engine n°: M.00011
1951 Fiat Ermini Siluro 1100
- Coachbuilder: Fratelli Mariani
- Chassis n°: 028051
- Engine n°: 28051
1953 Ferrari 166 millemiglia
- Coachbuilder: Ferrari/Carrozzeria Autodromo
- Chassis n°: 0272M
- Engine n°: 0272/M