From 6 on 8 October the competition organized by P&G Racing will be the trial of the Italian Historic Car Speed Climb Championship and will assign the "Luciano Battisti Memorial".
In Pesaro, the organizational machine for the 6th Coppa Faro has already started, which will be staged next 6/7/8 October and, as has become tradition, the scene of the CIVSA challenge in the finishing straight 2023. The Salita del Costo will follow at the end of October, which will close the championship 2023.
The route is as always is appreciated by the pilots, the suggestive one that winds inside the San Bartolo Natural Park, 3,8 km that from the shore on the sea of Baia Flaminia lead to the lighthouse that overlooks the city of Rossini, which is preparing for the role of Capital of Culture 2024.
The Pesaro race will, as always, be treated with improvements to make it exciting ,but with respect for safety. The creator of the race, the enthusiast Alessandro Rinolfi is happy to confirm the partners in the organization for this 6th Coppa Faro, at "P&G Racing” for the technical part and the “Intercontact” , with regards to administration.
Race direction also confirmed for the international event Fabrizio Bernetti, with the technical coordination of Euno Carini, the Tuscan Franco Becci he was co-opted to replace Renzo Serrani engaged in other activities, while the Press Room, as in previous years, will be managed by Roberto Saguatti.
Il Paddock, the Race Direction, and all the logistics too will be placed as usual on the seashore, headquarters at the Hotel Flaminio.
The Coppa Faro is sponsored by the Municipality of Pesaro, by the Park Authority, from ACI Pesaro-Urbino, by Unicef section. Pesaro and by the Association “Land of Pilots and Motors” with its President Alberto Paccapelo. The appointment for the latest verdicts of the exciting CIVSA is therefore for the next ones 6-7-8- October at the Coppa Faro, the "ascent to the sea".
Mario MassagliaLast year the race had closed the Italian Historic Car Speed Climb Championship and had given emotions and twists. He won Mario Massaglia, bearer of the Bologna Racing Team, behind the wheel of the Osella PA 9/90 BMW edited by Di Fulvio Racing, followed by Totò Riolo on Lucchini Sport Nazionale while an excellent third place is classified’ Lucan Antonio Lavieri, for the first time on the 5th grouping BMW Martini Mk32. New signature of the Italian Champion Brando Motti on a Porsche in the 2nd Group, while the 1st Grouping spoke Austrian, with Harald Mossler's success on Daren Mk3.