On the occasion of the Revolution Days "d'Annunzio returns to Abruzzo" which takes place from 2 to 8 September 2020, Lopresto brings the exhibition "The Counts of the Future" to Pescara after a great success in Kyoto. The exhibition celebrates two great personalities of motoring world between the two wars.
Carlo Felice Trossi was a racing driver, aviator, owner and creator of revolutionary projects such as the Monaco-Trossi single-seater with radial engine. Mario Revelli di Beaumont is undoubtedly the most important pre-war Italian car designer, author of numerous masterpieces and the brilliant inventor of dozens of innovative solutions for the automobile. The exhibition brings together a selection of drawings from the 1920s and 1930s from the Carlo Felice Trossi archive and partly by Mario Revelli.
The exhibition takes place inside Aurum, Largo Gardone Riviera in Pescara. Inauguration on 5 September at 1pm. The inauguration will be preceded by a parade of vintage cars from 10am.