Temple of Speed welcomes Monza Power Run with open arms

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The solidarity events at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza continue. After the LILT March and the Handcycling GP Monza last June, on Saturday, July 23, the Temple of Speed will in fact welcome the participants of the Monza Power Run, a spectacular (here are some photos) charity and non-competitive race whose proceeds will be donated in its entirety to support the fight against leukemia.

The event is organized by the LELE Forever ODV Association, which has been supporting the projects of the Adult Hematology Department of the S. Gerardo Hospital in Monza with this goal for more than 20 years. The entrants, who during the trial will have to try their hand at overcoming scenic obstacles, climbs, jumps and fords, after departing at 6 p.m. in Villasanta will stop at the Autodromo for the most intense of the two days, the one in which they will have to tackle a 12-kilometer run. Once they arrive at the Circuit, they will run short sections of track, pass over the historic Elevated Runways and over more treacherous terrain, such as the track’s escape routes and parking areas.

The event, which will also continue on Sunday, July 24, with the 6-kilometer Monza Sprint Run between Villasanta and Monza Park, is open to everyone, even without being in possession of a medical certificate and with the sole requirement of being at least 18 years old. You can also participate individually or together with your own team, consisting of at least 4 runners, with a minimum donation of 43 euros for the 12 km and 26 euros for the 6 km, and by following all the registration procedures specified on the website

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