The golden age of rallies arrives in the halls of the National Automobile Museum, in an exhibition that has no precedents on the international scene. Among the most important collections in the world, "The Golden Age of Rally" is a journey through the history of this sport, through the iconic specimens of the Gino Macaluso Foundation, which it will be possible to discover in Turin from 27 October 2022 to 2 May 2023.
The cars on display are those which, between the 1960s and 1990s, won the most important races in the championship: from Montecarlo to the Safari Rally, from the Rally of Finland to Sanremo. There will be iconic examples on display, such as the Lancia rally 037 evo2 and the Audi Quattro, protagonists of challenges that have now become legends. They recount the exploits of pilots and teams, the technological evolution and the enormous success with the public that have accompanied this sport over the decades.
The exhibition is conceived as an experiential journey which, through special videos and scenarios, leads visitors to immerse themselves in the world of rallies: a step back in time, in an era dominated by mechanics, by speed, in a challenge to the limits featured legendary cars and drivers.