On All Saints’ Day the Autodrome welcomes people with disabilities with 6 Wheels of Hope

The Brianza circuit once again proves to be more socially attentive and returns to host a traditional event for the benefit of people with disabilities.

November 1st for the Autodromo Nazionale Monza means 6 Wheels of Hope. The event, which returns as usual to the Brianza Circuit on All Saints’ Day after the last edition of 2019, is organized by the UILDM (Italian Union for the Fight against Muscular Dystrophy) and is dedicated to people with any type of disability, who can live an unforgettable day
in a prestigious stage.

Those who participate in the event, now in its 34th year and which once again highlights how attentive the Temple of Speed is to social issues, will have the opportunity to tread on supercars or historic cars one of the tracks that have made the history of international motoring and on which all the 4-wheel champions darted. The cars will be available to passengers from 9 to 13 and from 14:30 to 16:30.

During the event various games will also be organized in the pits and in the paddock to spend a day of sharing and friendship, while in paddock 2 it will be possible to get on off-road vehicles and two-seater go-karts and pass on specially designed artificial routes. Also noteworthy is the presence

It is possible to pre-register for the event on the website www.6rds.it both with your association or individually, or go directly to the circuit on November 1st and register on site, starting at 8:30 am. The event is completely free and has free access for the public. Further information is available on the official website www.6rds.it.