Founded in 2008, the Associazione Città dei Motori (Motor Towns Association) unites, under the wing of the Anci (National Association of Italian Municipalities), 25 Italian towns of 10 different Regions with a population of around 2 million inhabitants and characterised by a motoring vocation that embraces the production of engines (automotive, motorbike and scooters, airspace, shipbuilding), motor sports events (racetracks and historical commemorations) and cultural manifestations (museums, collections, archives). The aim of the Association is to promote, valorise and protect Italian motoring heritage in the various areas through projects and actions to disseminate, develop and defend its authenticity and quality, to contribute to defending and enhancing its value outside the areas concerned. In particular, the main goals established by the Statute of the Association are:

  • to undertake activities intended to promote, valorise and protect Italian historical-cultural motoring heritage with regard in particular to “Made in Italy” brands

  • to stimulate local authorities to promote and defend products also through regulatory actions and review of the related national and regional regulations

  • to identify, acknowledge and promote a national and international TSG mark in Italian regions, provinces or communities, setting up a specific register

  • to design and coordinate promotional events on Italian motoring, its history and economic and technological background

  • to stipulate and promote frame agreements with international, national, regional and provincial authorities and organizations addressing joint promotional actions

  • to promote development of the areas and research, maintaining a close link with the topics of safety and protection of the environment.

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