Tazio Nuvolari (1892-1953), was unquestionably one of the greatest drivers of automotive history.
Eleutheria Foundation is dedicating an exhibition to him at the National Technical Museum, open until 23rd September. The exhibition – curated by Francesco Augusto Razetto, Ottaviano Maria Razetto and Graziano Mangoni – through more than 300 photographs and memorabilia, shows a different face of the great champion, his victories and sporting achievements.
The exhibition also shows an extraordinary series of memorabilia, for the first time exposed in the Czech Republic: a Bugatti T35 identical to that one driven by Tazio Nuvolari in 1927 and that in some way the decrees’ beginning of his racing career on four wheels; a Norton 500 m18 motorcycle and the helmet that he put in his races.
Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 9-17.30, on Saturday and Sunday: 10-18 .