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Temporary road course
The year after his death, Tazio Nuvolari is honoured by a new section from Cremona to his hometown of Mantua, before returning to the finish at Brescia
The section from Pescara to Rome modified with Terni bypassed
Course turned inland from Ravenna to Forli before rejoining the coast at Rimini, old route north of Rome via Sienna restored
Direction reversed to clockwise. Course turned west inland from Pisa to Florence before using the old oute to Bologna and Piacenza
Direction reversed to anticlockwise. North-western section bypassed, course ran down both coasts, linked by a new section from Rome to Pescara
Direction changed to clockwise, Treviso and Venice bypassed, course no longer visited Bologna twice but followed the Adriatic coast, new north-western section to Turin
Venice restored the the north-eastern section of the course, south-western section now ran down the coastline from Pisa, south-eastern section to Ancona bypassed
Alpine sectionto Feltre replaced by a section to Venice (including the lagoon bridge) and Treviso
First leg via Cremona and south-eastern section modified
Original Mille Miglia course