DG Sport and the 200 Miglia Imola have a long history together. Remember in the early 70s, the endurance race based on the race format of the 200 Miles of Daytona, was brought into Italy by Checco Costa (father of the famous Doctor Costa from the MotoGP). The first edition (in 1972) was won by Paul Smart aboard a Ducati. Soon the 200 Miglia of Imola became an indispensable event for the riders and enthusiasts of that time. But that fine period came to an end and the race disappeared from the calendar.
DG Sport, who could rely on both its experience with the Bikers'Classics and its knowledge of Italy, launched in 2010 the 'Revival' of the 200 Miglia di Imola. After numerous memorable editions and a break of a few years, the team led by Florian Jupsin now returns to the famous Italian circuit. This on 3, 4 and 5 May 2019 according to the known principle of the Bikers'Classics. Hence no competition and priority for the classic bikes (built between 1949 and 1990, with a few exceptions for the 'Superbikes', more information available from the organizers), who are entitled to six track sessions for the amount of 320 euros.
An appointment that you should definitely note in your agenda and at the same time an opportunity to discover the Emilia-Romagna region, the cradle of the transalpine motor sport.