ACI and ASI won over the public at Auto e Moto d’Epoca 2017 with an exhibition entirely dedicated to the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix, to allow all visitors to experience the thrills of one of the great classic motoring races. Some of the racing cars which made the history of the Monza Grand Prix were displayed at the show, along with the original trophy claimed by Jules Gould, in 1921, on the occasion of the first Formula 1 race, which was held on that circuit.
Admiring legendary cars and discovering stories, personalities, events
A place to admire legendary cars and special models, tell the story of the most thrilling sporting events and discover the great designers in the form of themed exhibitions: every year, Auto e Moto d’Epoca in Padua organises exhibitions where passion meets with emotion, to create a unique atmosphere that involves all attending visitors.
2017 EDITION THEMED EXHIBITION
The 2016 edition of Auto e Moto d’Epoca hosted an exhibition dedicated to Police cars and motorbikes, where visitors got the chance to admire some of the models that have joined our collective imagination, such as the Guzzi Falcone 500 motorcycle – used by the Polizia Stradale - traffic police - in the 1960s – the A.E. Giulietta 1300 TI dating back to 1961 and the A.R. Alfetta 1.8 from 1978. The starring role of the exhibition was played by the legendary black Ferrari 250 GTE of Police Chief Spatafora, the car used by the Mobile corps of the Rome Police Headquarters which, during the 1960s, featured in many of the crime columns of the Italian capital.