The seventh edition of Passione Engadina highlights Masarati for all its Italian classic car enthusiast.
Passione Engadina reaches its seventh edition with important innovations and the awareness of always: to bring to St. Moritz and Engadine the beauty of Italianness, tradition, taste, and style with only historical cars produced in Italy.
After having coloured St.Moritz red and the Engadine for the 70th anniversary of Ferrari, 2018 will be dedicated to Maserati, who returns for the third time as a partner of the Engadine Passion.
Passione Engadina is all about gentleman driving for Italian classic car enthusiasts. This seventh edition in August will again be full of highlights. The Julius-Bär Rally leads over the Maloja Pass to Chiavenna, Italy, and back to St. Moritz via the Splügen and Albula passes. The St. Moritz Challenge Cup at Engadine Airport involves even more challenging tests than before. In addition, the St. Moritz mini-circuit, and the Luigino Della Santa Concours d’Elégance in downtown St. Moritz will enable spectators to marvel at the participating cars in peace and up close.
A unique weekend of engines (24-26 August 2018)with the beautiful jagged ridges of the Engadine mountains, the unchanging charm of St. Moritz, guests, culture, great food, and wines, five-star hotels and a maniacal attention to detail. Special and memorable moments in an atmosphere of elegance and charm, all united by passion and style.
The Passione Engadina programme is framed by the fascinating Engadine Alpine scenery and the St. Moritz luxury hotels, where various events will take place. As in 2017, this year there will also be a public exhibition marquee in which some very special automobiles will be on the show. From Saturday, August 11 until Sunday, August 26 these historic Maserati models, including a Maserati Eldorado, can be viewed daily on the meadow between the Kulm Hotel and Kulm Country Club.
Passione Engadina brings to St Moritz the very best of Italian lifestyle in terms of tradition, taste, and styling, with historic cars exclusively made in Italy. All details about this classic event can be found at www.passione-engadina.ch.