Mille (1000) Miglia 2024 has released its list of accepted cars to the public, featuring lineups from Alfa Romeos and Bugattis. The list ensures a level of excellence and authenticity to the race’s line-up. The legendary Italian-based vintage car race will be held from June 11 to 15 this year.

The race, which traces its origins all the way back to 1927, will include 50 Alfa Romeos (including a rare block of 6C1750s and three 8Cs), 31 Porsches, 27 Jaguars, 25 Mercedes Benz, 21 Ferraris and 17 Bugatti motors.

Regarded as one of the most beautiful races in the world, over 400 cars will cross seven Italian regions across the five-day competition in an anti-clockwise direction. The route, announced last year, will begin in Brescia, through Bergamo and Vercelli before ending in Turin on the first day.

The second day will see the convoy race through the beautifully sculpted hilly landscape of the Langhe before stopping for lunch at the striking coastal city of Genoa and then ending the day in the seaside city of Viareggio. All roads lead to Rome as the convoy marks the half-way point with the parade in the city’s Via Veneto, a street renowned for its elegance and excellence. From there, the convoy fell finish the fourth day in Bologna, passing Siena and Prato, before finishing the final leg of the journey back in Brescia.

The entry fee started at €15,250 which includes participation in the competition after selection of the car, four nights at a hotel with breakfast, lunches and dinners for each day of the competition for two people. Entry fees also came in silver, gold, and platinum levels. The top price being €73,200, which included hospitality for seven nights at a five-star hotel for a crew of up to six people.