Sicily holidays, Italy: Racing through 2
December 10, 2012 Leave a comment
When I was invited to drive around Sicily in a 1913 car to retrace the route of the notorious Targa Florio race, I thought it was too crazy, even for me.
The race was one of the most important in the motor-racing calendar in the Twenties, but by 1977 was abandoned after a series of deaths on its twisting mountain tracks.
So gallivanting around the island covering more than 600 miles, much of it along dirt roads, in a car that could only go as fast as a tractor did not seem like a smart idea!
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