The 27th edition of the Gran Premio Nuvolari, the regularity race for classic cars, ended with victory for the Vesco-Guerini crew, who drove a Fiat 508 S Balilla Sport from 1934, which took the chequered flag in Piazza Sordello.
There was also a triumph for the Classicteam Eberhard at the race, as Eberhard & Co. also served as the Gran Premio’s timekeeper and official partner, in which the Team’s partnership of Lucia Fanti and Sandra Murru won the Women’s Cup in a Porsche 356 A T2 Cabrio. Finally, the duo of Gianmario Fontanella and Anna Maria Covelli, also from Classicteam Eberhard, came in fourth place overall in a Ford B Roadster from 1933.
Eberhard & Co. provided the winners with two beautiful watches from the Tazio Nuvolari collection, dedicated to the greatest champion of all time. The first place Italian team and the first place foreign team were awarded two Chrono 4 Wall Clocks, the first such pieces from the watchmaker.
The organisers and partners were thrilled by the large number of participants from Italy and abroad, and by the support of spectators over the three day event. The latest model from the Swiss watchmaker also stirred up excitement at the vent, as the first 20 Tazio Nuvolari Vanderbilt Cup “Naked” models were sold in Mantua during the GP.
Finally, Eberhard & Co.’s official car, an elegant Alfa Romeo 1900 C Super Sprint from 1956,made its debut at the race with an talented crew and was admired by spectators over the length of the competition route.