20-22.09.2019 

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  • Slide1

    WE CAN BE HEROES

  • slide2

    JUST FOR TWO DAYS

  • located

    LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE SWISS ALPS

  • competition

    COMPETITION & REGULARITY CLASS

  • 80crews

    MAXIMUM OF 80 CREWS

  • 50curves

    MORE THAN 50 CURVES

  • length

    LENGTH 5.7 km

  • heightDifference

    HEIGHT DIFFERENCE 448 VERTICAL METERS

  • 6runs

    TOTAL OF 6 RUNS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

  • dinner

    EPIC DINNER LOCATIONS ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

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    ELIGIBLE CARS FROM 1920s to 1980s

Participants

Spectators

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Press

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Team Members

Luca

LUCA MOISO

After some years working for a communication agency, he has been the Mille Miglia Project Manager. He then realized only Bernina Grand Prix could really feed his passion for classic cars and you can now easily find him around the Bernina Pass, when he’s not living in Turin.

Claus

CLAUS MÜLLER

Claus is a veteran of the classic car scene. Since 1986 he dedicated his life to classic vehicles, having therefore more than 30 years of experience with classic car events. He is well connected all over the world, his contacts even reach as far as Iran, Pakistan or India, as well as other exotic countries where one hardly expects any classic car scene or movement. Claus, together with his wife and daughter, lives near Munich.

Marco

MARCO MAKAUS

Marco lives between Cernobbio and La Punt, and has spent many years working in the automotive industry and playing with old cars.
He has some experience in the organization of Classic Cars Events, having been CEO of 1000 Miglia from 2013 to 2016.

Carlos

CARLOS RUBIA

Carlos, who has been a spectator for the past 3 editions, has become a new addition to the team of Bernina Gran Turismo. He was born in Spain where he until recently worked in the Beer industry, he is now living in London and is looking after our Marketing and Communication department. He is passionate about cars and is keen on the historic past of Bernina Gran Turismo.

 

La Rösa Brotherhood

The Fraternity La Rösa (Bruderschaft La Rösa / Fraternità La Rösa) is a registered charitable association. Its purpose is to support people within the Bernina Region as well as in neighbouring valleys who have fallen upon hard times through no fault of their own. In addition, the Fraternity also acts in the interest of society in general, in particular on cultural and environmental protection projects which further the preservation, promotion and cultivation of the region.

The Fraternity aims to bring people together, irrespective of their social status, in order to provide support to people in need within society.

The Fraternity’s Club House is located in the beautiful Post and Sumpter Station La Rösa (Stazione della Posta) in La Rösa / Valposchiavo at an altitude of 1880 meters above sea-level. This Post Station originally provided travellers with shelter during their arduous crossing of the Bernina Pass. The Fraternity picked this location as its Club House in commemoration of this old tradition.

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