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June will Bring the 36th Historical “Stella Alpina”


The postponement of the Mille Miglia due to the pandemic compelled the organizers of the Stella Alpina to likewise shift the previously announced dates to now June 11 to June 13, 2021.

Given the success of the 2020 edition, the first regularity race taking place in Italy after the lockdown’s end of the last year, it has been decided to propose again Madonna di Campiglio as heart of the event, a wonderful place located between the Brenda Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the high peaks of Adamello and Presanella, among the most famous and glamorous destinations in the Alps.

The programme of the 2021 edition has been renewed with an itinerary winding along mountain routes. This journey will lead the participants closer to the sky by enabling them to drive on some of the most adrenaline-fueled Alpine Passes. Pristine landscapes, breathtaking views, tricky curves and hairpin bends, challenging time trials and average speed trials: these are the ingredients for what will undoubtedly be a very special rally.

On Friday, June 11 after registration and scrutineering at Airport G. Caproni in Trento, the race will start from the center of Trento towards Val D’adige and Mezzo Lombardo. The vehicles will reach Passo Santel, passing through Andalo and Molveno, Stenico and Iavrè, and will finally arrive in the luxuriant Val Rendena, in the Natural Park Adamello-Brenta. A unique place, where the legendary Dolomites stand out surrounded by the natural beauties that only this valley is able to offer. The leg will be concluded in Madonna di Campiglio, where the crews will overnight for the whole race.

Saturday, June 12 will undoubtedly be an emotional day: the crews, immersed in the World Heritage Site of the Dolomites, will deal with tough trials on challenging and panoramic routes. The crews will drive towards Val di Sole and then reach Merano and Passo del Giovo, Vipiteno, Passo Pennes and Bolzano. Once the Passo Mendola is reached, the crews will return to Madonna di Campiglio.

During the last day, on Sunday, June 13 the crews will leave behind Val Rendena with the purpose of reaching Passo Daone and Passo Duron, Fiavè, Val Lomasona, Arco, Monte Velo and Cei Lake, famous for its turquoise waters and wonderful banks. The race will end in Trento, where the Awards Ceremony will take place in a local evocative location yet to be revealed.

Special “Tribute to the Prancing Horse”

In 2021, a Ranking for modern Ferraris will once again be drawn up in honour of the Prancing Horse; these vehicles will compete along the same route and same trials.


Special rates are available for teams registering at least 5 crews and for members of Ferrari Owners Club. As usual the event is organized in partnership with Scuderia Trentina and Canossa Events. For this reason, a discounted application fee may be available for anyone signing up for both the Terra di Canossa and the Stella Alpina.