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Mille Miglia

The Mille Miglia (, ''Thousand Miles'') was an open-road endurance which took place in twenty-four times from 1927 to 1957 (thirteen before the war, eleven from 1947).Like the older and later the , the ''MM'' made ' (Grand Touring) sports cars like , and famous. The race brought out an estimated five million spectators.From 1953 until 1957, the Mille Miglia was also a round of the .Since 1977, the "Mille Miglia" has been reborn as a for and s. Participation is limited to cars, produced no... read more

1956 Mille Miglia

The 23. edizione Mille Miglia was an auto race held on a 992.332 mile (1597 km) course made up entirely of public roads around Italy, mostly on the outer parts of the country on 28–29 April 1956. The route was based on a round trip between Brescia and Rome, with start/finish, in Brescia. It was the 3rd round of the 1956 World Sportscar Championship season.http://www.racingsportscars.com/race/Mille_Miglia-1956-04-29.htmlAs in previous years, the event this not strictly a race against each... read more

1955 Mille Miglia

The 22. edizione Mille Miglia was a motor race held on a 992.332 mile (1597 km) course made up entirely of public roads around Italy, mostly on the outer parts of the country on April 30-May 1, 1955. The route was based on a round trip between Brescia and Rome, with start/finish, in Brescia. It was the 3rd round of the 1955 World Sportscar Championship and for the Coppa Franco Mazzotti.http://www.racingsportscars.com/race/Mille_Miglia-1955-05-01.htmlAs in previous years, the event this not... read more

1953 Mille Miglia

The 1953 Mille Miglia, was the second round of the 1953 F.I.A. World Sportscar Championship and was held on the open-road of Italy, on 26 April 1953. The route was based on a round trip between Brescia and Rome, with start/finish, in Brescia.A total of 577 cars were entered 1953 running of the Mille Miglia, across eight classes based on engine sizes, ranging from up to 750cc to over 2.0 litre, for both Touring Cars and Sport Cars. Of these, 490 cars started the event. Although this not strictly a... read more

1954 Mille Miglia

The 1954 Mille Miglia (officially XXI Mille Miglia Retrieved on 5 April 2015), was a motor race open to Sports Cars, GT cars and Touring Cars. It was the 21st Mille Miglia and the third race of the 1954 World Sportscar Championship. The race was held on the public roads of Italy on 2 May 1954 using a route based on a round trip between Brescia and Rome, with the start and finish in Brescia.http://www.racingsportscars.com/race/Mille_Miglia-1954-05-02.html It was won by Alberto Ascari driving a Lancia... read more

1957 Mille Miglia

The 24. edizione Mille Miglia was an auto race held on a course totalling , made up entirely of public roads around Italy, mostly on the outer parts of the country on 11–12 May 1957. The route was based on a round trip between Brescia and Rome, with start/finish, in Brescia. It was the 3rd round of the 1957 World Sportscar Championship season.http://www.racingsportscars.com/race/Mille_Miglia-1957-05-12.htmlAs in previous years, the event this not strictly a race against each other, this is race... read more

California Mille

The California Mille is an annual historic and classic car tour run on public roads. It is inspired by the Mille Miglia, a former Italian open-road endurance race covering some 1500 km (or roughly 1000 miles) from Brescia-to-Rome-to-Brescia and ran twenty-four times from 1927 to 1957. The event was founded by Martin Swig and Ken Shaff in 1991.The California Mile is open to cars that either ran or would have been eligible to run in the original event; hence participants cars must be designs from... read more

Miglia Quadrato

The Miglia Quadrato is an annual car treasure hunt which takes place on the second or third weekend in May within the City of London (known as the 'Square Mile'). It is organised by the United Hospitals and University of London Motoring Club (UHULMC). The event has a long history - the fifty-fourth event took place on the evening/morning of 17/18 May 2014.==History==The event was originally conceived in 1957 in response to the fuel shortages from the Suez Crisis. This meant that traditional car rallying... read more

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Rally 1000 Miglia

The Rally 1000 Miglia (English: ''Rally 1000 Miles'') is an Italian Rally that has been held since 1977, and is part of the European Rally Championship and the Italian Rally Championship.It is organised by the ''Automobile Club di Brescia'' and takes place on asphalt roads in the mountains of the Province of Brescia, in Lombardy, and is typically approximately long.== External links ==Category:Motorsport competitions in Italy read more

Mille Lune Mille Onde

"Mille Lune Mille Onde" is the second single from Italian pop tenor Andrea Bocelli's 2001 album, ''Cieli di Toscana''. The song was written by Francesco Sartori, Claudio Corradini and Lucio Quarantotto, the writers of Bocelli's "Con te partirò" and "Canto della Terra", and by multiple Grammy Award winner David Foster, and is among Bocelli's most popular and well-known songs. The song is used in all of Barilla's pasta commercials., Barilla.com.The song was later included in Bocelli's 2007 greatest... read more

Ferruccio Bianchi

Ferruccio Bianchi is a former Italian racing driver, whose career consisted of three Mille Miglia entries. read more

Per mille

A per mille''Cambridge Dictionary Online''. "". Cambridge University Press ( Cambridge ), 2014. Accessed 31 August 2012.''Oxford Dictionaries: The British & World Dictionary''. "" Accessed 1 Aug 2014.Unicode. "". 2014. Accessed 5 Aug 2014. (from Latin '' mīlle '', "in each thousand"), also spelled per mil,'' mīlleOxford English Dictionary '', "per mil, ''adv''." Oxford University Press (Oxford), 2005.''eReference''. "". Houghton Mifflin. Accessed 31 Aug 2012. per mill,''Merriam–Webster... read more

Mille-feuille

The mille-feuille (, "a thousand leaves"),The name is also written as "millefeuille" and "mille feuille". vanilla slice, custard slice, also known as the Napoleon, is a French Frenchpastry whose exact origin is unknown. Its modern form was influenced by improvements of FrenchpastryMarie-Antoine Carême .Traditionally, a mille-feuille is made up of three layers of FrenchpastryMarie-Antoine Carêmepuff pastry (''pâte feuilletée''), alternating with two layers of FrenchpastryMarie-Antoine... read more

Mille Bornes

Mille Bornes (; French for ''a thousand milestones,'' referring to the stone distance markers on many French roads) is a French Frenchcard game . Mille Bornes is listed in the GAMES Magazine Hall of Fame .==History==The game was created in 1954 by Edmond Dujardin, and was quite similar to the earlier American automotive card game Touring . A key innovation was the addition of the ''coup-fourré'', whereby bonus points are earned by holding back a safety card (such as the puncture-proof tire)... read more

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