April 26, 2022: The 2022 edition of Terre di Canossa explored the enchanting roads crossing Emilia, Liguria and Tuscany between April 21 and 24, 2022. The itinerary covered 670 km, 12 countries were represented, 98 crews took part from all over the world, 25 timed trials, 4 average speed trials and 1 special trophy.
The rally and the podium
After three intense days behind the wheel, complete with thrilling challenges, relaxing moments spent socialising and Italy’s wonderful and iconic scenery, the winners of the 2022 edition have been officially announced, bringing the experience to a close. Crew number 3 was declared the overall winner of Terre di Canossa 2022: Stefano Ginesi and Susanna Rohr in their 1959 Porsche 356 A 1600 GT, also bagging the Special Prize for the winner without a Coefficient for Performance Ranking. Crew number 14 won second place on the podium in the overall final classification: Guillermo Acevedo and Amalia Saenz in a 1939 MG TB, who also won the Special prize for the Pre-War Car. Third place went to crew number 8: Pablo Diego Lara and Lucia Martin in a 1934 Fiat 508 S Balilla, who also won the Trofeo Tricolore.
The special ranking for the average speed trials was won by crew number 96: Fabio Vergamini and Anna Maria Fabrizi in a Ferrari 488 GTB. Crew number 97 took home the ranking for the modern Ferraris: Franco Serventi and Daniela Maccini in a Ferrari 458 Speciale A. Crew number 96 came second: Fabio Vergamini and Anna Maria Fabrizi in a Ferrari 488 GTB, followed by crew number 93: Marco Serventi and Luigi Battei in Ferrari 488 Pista.
The special prize for the first team in the rankings went to Team Tartaruga Argentina. The Under 30 prize went to crew number 73, Simone Rossoni and Federica Cucchi in their 1973 Fiat X1/9.
The crews from all over the world competed for the international cups:
- the international cup for Argentina went to crew 14, Guillermo Acevedo and Amalia Saenz in a 1939 MG TB
- the international cup for Australia was won by crew 63, Stephen James Lambert and Ruth Lambert in a 1967 VW Karmann Ghia
- the international cup for Austria was won by crew 40, Peter Brandstätter and Sabine Brandstätter in a 1958 Porsche 356 A
- The international cup for Belgium was won by crew number 11, Ivo Nijs and Liliane Lemmens in a 1937 Lagonda LG 45 Rapide
- The international cup for Germany was won by crew number 61,Thomas Herold and Marion Herold in their 1964 Porsche 356 C
- The international cup for the Netherlands was won by crew number 27, Cornis Filius and Maria Filius in a 1955 Fiat 1100 103 Berlina
- The international cup for Switzerland was won by crew number 3, Stefano Ginesi and Susanna Rohr in a 1959 Porsche 356 A 1600 GT
- the international cup for the United Kingdom went to crew 16, Adrian Martin and Alison Martin in a 1946 MG TC
- The international cup for the United States was won by crew number 21, David Atcherley and Lisa Atcherley in a 1950 Healey Silverstone
- The international cup for Uruguay was won by crew 29, Daniel Wild and Camila Carve in a 1955 Triumph TR2 Sports.