VINTAGE TROPHY 2024 English Version 🇬🇧
A major announcement has come from the world of motorsports for the city of Camerino.
it has been chosen to host the 2024 edition of the FIM Enduro Vintage Trophy, a significant international event dedicated to vintage enduro motorcycles.
The official announcement was made last Saturday during the concluding day of the 2023 edition taking place in Spain.
Camerino is proudly gearing up to host this world-class event scheduled for September 4th to 7th next year.
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Mayor Roberto Lucarelli expressed excitement about hosting another significant event from September 4th to 7th, 2024. This event coincides with the 50th anniversary of the memorable Six Days of Camerino, dating back to 1974, which the city still fondly remembers.
Lucarelli thanked the president of the Motoclub, Stefano Ronconi, for his dedication and efforts to make it possible for Camerino to host this historic reenactment. The mayor anticipates a substantial influx of visitors, riders, and mechanics, thanking the president, the executive board, and all the members of the Motoclub.
He emphasized their joint efforts to showcase the city at its best, positioning it as an attractive destination nationally and internationally.
President of the Italian Motorcycling Federation (FMI) Giovanni Copioli expressed pride in hosting the Enduro Vintage Trophy once again, an event that originated from a proposal by the Italian Motorcycling Federation.
With 50 years since the Six Days of Camerino, the same territory will host a highly anticipated Enduro event.
Copioli highlighted the international growth of this event over time, with Italy becoming a reference point in terms of organization and sportsmanship.
He looks forward to the new emotions that the 2024 event will bring, evoking the past in an exciting context.
President of the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) Jorge Viegas echoed similar sentiments, recognizing Italy’s rich history in Enduro and Regularity. He noted Italy’s role as a significant player in the Enduro Vintage Trophy and emphasized the iconic moment for Camerino to host the event 50 years after the 1974 Six Days. Viegas praised Italy’s passion for motorsports and deemed it fitting for a country with such enthusiasm to be the venue for this event.
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