Exotic Mediterranean Motoring: Festival Italia Comes To Brands Hatch

What do you associate with Italy? Food? Music? Art? Fashion? History? Perhaps, just maybe, automotive elegance at its finest? Sometimes though its hard to take the time off work and plan a trip to Italy to enjoy all of these things. How great would it be if Italy could come to you, just for a day?

Welcome, one and all, to Festival Italia at Brands Hatch.

Festival Italia brings together the very best of Italian culture, headlined by what may well be their best achievement of all, automotive & motorsport exoticism. Expect the full scope of Italian motoring: Fiat, Ferrari, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Lamborghini, vintage bikes & F1 cars from years gone by.

On track action includes the forever competitive BRSCC Alfa Romeo championship, the Ferrari Formula Classic, Ferrari Hill Climb Challenge and even the chance for the Brits to take on the Italians in the 'Italiano vs Inglese All-Comers Race'

The Horses Prancing gracefully around Brands Hatch

Motorsport is not the only automotive enjoyment to be received - some truly iconic cars will be set loose on the tarmac in numerous demonstrations throughout the day. From F1, rally, road and even 2-wheeled machines, those Italians will not fail to deliver.

This event is most definitely a must for any fan of Italian cars, motorsport or otherwise!

Tickets for Festival Italia are available through Stopwatch Hospitality, providing you with an immersive Italian experience from the comfort of the best view in British motorsport.

The Stopwatch Trackside Lounge package gifts you circuit & suite entry, VIP parking, pit/garage tours & the first drink on us.

Oh, and the suite will have the BTCC broadcast live from Knockhill throughout the day so you can keep up to date with all the motorsport action from around the country.

Tickets can be purchased at the Stopwatch Facebook store

With Stopwatch, everything is arranged, except the result!

New Love food? Try foodtribe.

Join in

Comments (0)

    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    What do cars and watches have in common?
    This is a company that makes block car kits that Lego does not make
    Relive the golden era of AutoArt models with this Porsche 996 GT2
    0