The Racetrack

Draft program

DAY 1 – FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND
     9.00 am – 2.00 pm: Administrative Checks and Technical Scrutineering, Accreditation
     2.00 pm: Transfer St. Moritz – Bernina Pass
     7.00 pm / 8.00 pm: Drivers Meeting / Official Dinner

DAY 2 – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD
     7.40 am – 11.20 am: Practice #1 and #2
     1.40 pm – 5.20 pm:  Race #1 and #2

DAY 3 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH
     7.40 am – 11.20 am: Race #3 and #4
     from 12.30 pm: Prize Giving Ceremony

Historic Pictures

Location

By Stephan A.

A triumph by nature

While the winter season at the White Turf sees daring skiers venturingn onto ice as they fearlessly take on the world’s only natural ice-turf, the summer season hosts the community of golfers, flanked by art lovers and world-class athletes. The holiday region of Engadine-St. Moritz boasts an average of 322 days of sunshine a year. No wonder. It lies on the balmy southern side of the Swiss Alps at an altitude of 1,800m, so to speak on the ‘roof of Europe’. The unique harmony between lakes and glaciers and a view of the highest peaks in the Eastern Alps has earned the region the reputation worldwide of the ‘banqueting hall of the Alps’.

St. Moritz and Pontresina

The fashionable centre of the Engadine is iconic. Its name is protected as a quality brand and stands for exclusiveness, elegance and style. What makes Pontresina so special is its masterly mix: Typical old Engadine houses next to imposing edifices from the Edwardian era interspersed with monolithic buildings all welcome those returning after a day spent high in the Bernina Mountains.

St Moritz - Bernina Gran Turismo - Photo by mendhak
Valposchiavo - Bernina Granturismo - Photo by Davide-Oliva

The Valposchiavo

The southernmost of the 150 valleys in the Canton of Grison has one of Switzerland‘s most beautiful contrasts: During a journey across the Bernina Pass, merely 25km as the crow flies, visitors will encounter glaciers in the Engadine and vineyards in the Italian-speaking Valposchiavo. A true holiday paradise bordered on three sides by Italy with an unmistakable pinch of Italianità.

The combination makes the difference

Breathtaking landscapes, first-class hotels, outstanding gastronomy, authenticity and hospitality – only topped by tradition perfectly blended with today‘s avant-garde. The best hotels in Switzerland welcome visitors to the region where they can look forward to wining and dining at its finest as well as service and amenities that leave nothing to be desired.

St Moritz2 Photo by Mendhak

Team pictures

Marco Makaus
Marco lives between Milano and La Punt, and has spend many years working in the automotive industry and playing with old cars.
He has some experience in the organisation of Classic Cars Events, having been CEO of 1000 Miglia since 2013.
Ana Engelhorn
Ana lived many years in Switzerland where she ran a Restaurant and Bar with another Local Colleague. She then went to live in Barcelona where she did a Course in Business Administration and another in Social Media and Community Management. She is currently working for us taking care of anything relating to Drivers, Marketing and Sponsors.
Luca Moiso
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.
Florian Seidl
Florian Seidl spends his life advising collectors worldwide on classic cars.
He is living with his family in Munich while trying to find time to use his own classic cars.
Bernina Gran Turismo is a matter of heart for him, waiting to put the throttle down towards Bernina.
Claus Müller
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.