Also in 2020 the organizing committee intends to challenge a maximum number of 150 adults, alone or in teams who are expert riders, in the possession of a regular and valid driving permit, to travel only on secondary roads, crossing the greatest number of mountain passes up to a maximum of 100, according to the rules of this regulation.
The fundamental and central elements of CENTOPASSI® are the journey, the discovery, the navigation, the orientation, the planning and the pleasure of driving, the knowledge of one’s own and of one’s motorbike limits. Each pilot must keep them in mind from the moment of the registration for the event and until the milestone is reached.
The challenge, therefore, is first of all with oneself!
Start May 29th
1.1CENTOPASSI® is a non-competitive motorbike rally without speed tests, held on a total distance of no less than 1,600 km to be covered in 4 days (please refer to the specification in the technical annex for the calculation of the mileage).
CENTOPASSI®consists of traveling along secondary roads, passing from one “mountain pass” to another by crossing them, the pilot has to cross a maximum of 100 (one hundred) mountain passes along the way from the starting point to the finish line.
The maximum number of drivers admitted to participate in the rally is 150; participants have to be of age. You can participate individually or in teams.
CENTOPASSI® is dedicated to particularly expert motorcyclists:it is recommended to carefully read the specifications listed in paragraph 2.
1.2 A mountain pass is any road, with tarmac or without, that passes over a mountain or hilly range even if defined otherwise by a different term (for example: “fork”, “pass”, “saddle”, “high road”, etc.).
1.3 The pilot is each participant in the CENTOPASSI®.
A team is a group composed of a minimum of 2 pilots. The choice to participate as an individual or as a team must be made at the moment of registration. Each pilot has to provide a medical health certificate that states the fitness for a non-competitive sport, which must be issued on the date following the registration and sent by mail to the organization prior to the closing date of the registrations, as specified in paragraph 3.2 below.
1.4 The starting point is the point from which the pilot declares to the event organizers that he wants to leave from. It must be communicated to the organization in the manner specified in the following paragraph 3.5 and can notbe at a distance of less than 15 km, as the crow flies, from the 1st pass that the pilot intends to cross in his itinerary, or at a distance greater than 450 km, as the crow flies, from the location officially designated as the the 2020 finish line. Starting from a location outside the Italian national border is not permitted under any circumstances. Violations involve the application of penalties specified in the following paragraph 6.
The departure point, once communicated, can not be changed.
1.5 The path is the itinerary that each pilot follows from the declared starting point to the finish line and it is a free choice, in the sense that each pilot sets his own, according to the criteria and parameters specified in this regulation.
The use of motorways and roads that form part of the so-called European main roads network, and / or “fast traffic lanes” is forbidden (for example: the FI-PI-LI, the Florence-Siena, the E45 Orte-Ravenna; ring roads and city bypasses of all cities and towns, etc. Please consult the technical annex for a more precise identification of the characteristics of the roads prohibited ).
1.6 The pass point is a circular way point specified by the organization. The pilot is credited with 5,000 points valid for the ranking when the circular area of the way point with a radius of 150 meters is crossed.
1.7 The golden pointis a circular way point specified by the organization with a radius of 100(one hundred)meters. The pilot scores 15,000 points when when this area is crossed valid for the final classifications only upon reaching the 100th pass. In case of failure to reach the 100th pass, however, the pilot scores only 5,000. points valid for the ranking when crossing the golden way point.
1.8 The altitude point is the score that the pilot acquires both in ascent and in descent, traveling along his own itinerary, from the start until reaching the 100th pass, that is until the finish line. The values acquired both in ascent and descent are only added together.
The altitude value is only taken into account as a residual difference criterion for the position in the ranking in case of a tie between one or more pilots.
1.9 The destination is the point of arrival for all the different routes and coincides with the location where the CENTOPASSI® event ends. The destination/ finish line is published by the organization on the website www.centopassi.net two months prior to the date set for the start of the race.
The location designated as the destination or finish line can not be crossed by the pilots during their itinerary any of the 4 days during the rally and until the end of the rally, not even to drive to the place where the tracker is delivered (see paragraph 4.7), resulting in the application of a penalty specified in the following pargraph 6.
1.10 The registration is completion of a set of documents and procedures to be filled in in order to obtain from the event organizers everything that is necessary to take part in the rally.
1.11 A motorbike is the only type of motor vehicle that can be used to participate in the CENTOPASSI®. This means any two-wheeled vehicle with eight, 2- or 4-stroke motorization, or with electric motorization, equipped with a non-automatic gearbox and with a minimum of three gears, with a total displacement of not less than 100 c.c. and in the case of an electric motor with a declared power of not less than 20 kw, with a wheel rim size of not less than 16inches. The motorcycle and any accessories installed must be in compliance with the rules of the road and traffic laws. The definition of a motorcycle referred to in this point is not susceptible to extensive interpretation even if envisaged / recalled / borrowed from regulations of the traffic laws, regulatory and / or conventional.
Any partial exemptions can be unquestionably admitted by the Organization exclusively in favor of motorcyclists in conditions of disability, upon an explicit documented request to be sent via email. Only disabled drivers already admitted to participate in CENTOPASSI® in previous editions are exempt from this request.
1.12 The equipment is the set of equipment and tools that each pilot / motorcycle must be equipped with for the duration of the entire rally.
1.13 The organization (or organizing committee/ event organizers) is part of the set of properties of the CENTOPASSI® trademark, of the amateur sports association and of any other organizations entrusted with the organization / promotion of the event, as well as of the assigned / delegated / appointed staff and of the eventual third manager of the event, which takes care of the completion of all operations necessary to ensure the correct and complete performance of the rally, from the moment of the launch of the event and until its conclusion.
The organization is automatically dissolved at the end of the event.
CENTOPASSI® is an event dedicated to particularly experienced motorcyclists, with an above average ability to manage the mechanical means of the motorbike and their psycho physical abilities, with an awareness of their limits and those of their bikes and an awareness of the fact that these – as well as the rules of the road/ traffic laws, civil coexistence and good conduct – will never be exceeded for the entire duration of the event.
CENTOPASSI® therefore has the purpose:
2.1 to challenge each pilot to further develop their expertise and ability to drive, also in the sense of orientation skills and organizational ability, to relate to their motor vehicle, to challenge self-discipline, to study and to identify roads and paths to go from one point to another, to judge their capacity for psycho physical resistance and orientation; to know the non-main roads; to discover the local cultures, in terms of the people living in the places crossed by the pilots during the itinerary;
2.2 to ensure the enjoyment and satisfaction of the pilots, as well as to promote to get to know new riders and their clubs and meeting places.
3.1 The organization announces the opening of registrations for the rally on the website WWW.CENTOPASSI.NET, which will constitute – from that moment on wards and until the end of the rally – the only and exclusive official reference of the event. All communications of the organization will be published on that website, the content of which will be valid for all pilots and will be kept as a reference in case of disputes. No other mode of communication will be binding for the organization.
Prior to departure, specific communications between the organization and each pilot will be send out exclusively by email.
3.2 The registration procedure will be closed upon reaching the maximum number of 150 pilots and in any case at the latest at 11.00 pm on the day 27th April 2020.
Any registration requests received after the aforementioned deadlines and/ or above the maximum number of participants has been reached will be registered on a waiting list from which, in chronological order of the entry time, requests for participation will be drawn from in the event of a withdrawal of an already registered pilot.
3.3To register the entire registration form must be completed. Once the registration request has been received, the organization reserves the right to admit it or exclude it at its sole discretion.
Upon receipt of the notice of acceptance, the competitor must pay the participation fee no later than the stated deadline.
In case of a withdrawal, please refer to what is specified inthe economic annex of this regulation.
3.4After the payment of the participation fee, each competitor will be sent an access code to the list of passes admitted by the organization: for classification purposes only the passes stated in that list are valid.
3.5 Before and no later than at 24.00 on 10th May, 2020, each pilot must notify the organization of:
- a) the name and the other data required for the location/ pointof the intended departure ;
- b) the list of passes that are planned to be crossed.
These data must be entered in the appropriate excel file that the organization will send out after 28th April 2020 to each pilot who must, after having completed it in every part, send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org in the same format (excel file) in which it was received no later than 10th May , 2020. Files in different formats will not be accepted.
Each pilot / team must list a maximum of 100“main” passes and an additional 10“reserve” passes.
The passes must be located in at least 4 regions, including the region in which the starting point located.
The 3 other regions can not all be directly adjacent to the region from which the pilot departs (for example: those who leave Umbria can not limit themselves to cross the passes of Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzo and Marche).
Files with lists containing more than 100 + 10 passes will not be accepted.
Each pilot will collect pass points only for crossing passes contained in his / her own list.
The starting point may not be at a distance ofless than 15 km as the crow flies from the 1stof the pass included in the pilot’s list. In case of a shorter distance the first pass will be canceled and will not be counted.
The starting point may not beat a distance of more than 450 km as the crow flies from the finish line. In case of a greater distance the pilot will be disqualified.
The starting point has to be within Italian territory. Otherwise the pilot will be disqualified.
Each indicated pass will generate a score onlyonce the first time it is crossed.
The last of the passes to be crossed,valid for the itinerary, can not under any circumstances be at a distance of more than 50 km as the crow flies from the final destination/ finish line specified by the organization.
The list of passes of each pilot / team will be known exclusively to the organization and to the pilot / team itself.
3.6 Each competitor will receive a tracking device for the race, provided sufficiently in advance of the departure date.
The instructions for the installation and operation of the device will be provided; the pilot must strictly comply to these instructionswith the application of the penalty of disqualification.
4.1 The entire event spans a total of 5 days, with the actual rally taking place from 29thMay to 1nd June 2020, on 2rd June 2020 collateral events, including audio-video footage will take place.
4.2 The departure will take place at 08:00 am on 29th May2020 for each pilot / team from the place declared to the organization, as specified in paragraph 3.5.
Each pilot mustreach and position himself at the declared starting point at least 1 hour before the scheduled departure time; during the entire hour before the departure the motorcycle must remain motionless, be positioned outdoors and placed in a position easily detectable by the satellites (avoid stopping, for example, under the roof of petrol stations and / or shelters of parking areas).
Departure before the indicated departure time and / or the arrival after the closing time at the finish line will result in the application of the penalties referred to in the following paragraph 6.2.
Compliance with the departure and arrival times will be automatically verified by the organization, by means of the control equipment referred to in paragraph 5.1 below.
Compliance check with the minimum will be performed by the organization using the control equipment referred to in paragraph 5.1 below.
4.3 It is obligatory for each pilot to include a continuous rest period of at least 7 hoursand 15 minutesbetween the hours of 21:30 of a day and the hours of 4:45 of the following; failure to comply with this rule will entail the penalties referred to in pargraph 6.2 below.
During this time of the rest period the pilot is forbidden to move from the point located/ registered at 21:30.
In other words: at the start of the following day the tracker will have to start signaling movement from the exactly the same identical point of coordinates in which it stopped at 21:30 of the previous day.
In the stop time zone any movement of the motorbike is strictly forbidden under application of the penalties referred to in the following paragraph 6.
The tracking device must remain switched on during this rest period and at all times.
4.4 During the competition, each competitor is obliged to scrupulously comply with the traffic rules and other applicable regulations, including any prohibitions of transit / crossing imposed by the competent authorities.
With regards to the average speed during the itinerary it is mandatory to respect the rules of the rode/ traffic laws.
Each competitor will be constantly monitored with the appropriate tracking system in real time.
The organization reserves the right to perform speed checks, applying penalties as specified in the following paragraph 6.2 in case of exceeding the speed limit imposed, each pilot will be informed of the speed limit by the organization pilot before the start of the race.
4.5 The organization must be immediately notified of the withdrawal of a pilot from the rally by contacting one of the 3 mobile phone numbers of the organization. The pilot who takes over the withdrawn companions tracker must state his name and race number under penalty of the sanctions specified in the following paragraph 6.
In case of withdrawal the pilot is obliged to turn off his tracker and to deliver it, together with the battery charger, to one of his teammates who continues the rally and will have to deliver it to the organization as specified in the following pargraph 4.7.
Alternatively, the team member who withdraws from the rally, after informing the organization of his withdrawal and having turned off the tracker, can go directly to the finish fine and return the electronic equipment personally.
For teams made up of 2 pilots, the withdrawal of one of the two participants will automatically result in the insertion of the remaining pilot in the individual ranking.
The pilot who competes individually and who withdraws is obliged to reach the finish line and return the complete electronic equipment. Otherwise the pilot will be penalized as specified in the following point 6 and will have to return the equipment by mail as soon as possible sending it to the sender’s address on the envelope with which he received the equipment.
During the entire rally, each pilot must provide everything necessary for himself with regards to food and lodging.
4.6 considering the considerable number of passes included in the published list, the organization does not have the possibility to verify neither the access nor the conditions of the roads prior to the beginning of the event.
For this reason, the choice of the passes to cross and the itinerary itself is made by each pilot, who makes this choice at his own risk and danger, also in relation to the consequences of eventual atmospheric and natural events, with regards to free or toll access, to access limitations and / or necessary authorizations by the competent authorities.
4.7 CENTOPASSI® 2019 will end with the award ceremony of the pilots which will take place in the evening of 22nd June 2019 in the location indicated as the destination/ finish line by the organization.
The challenge will end with the delivery/return of the tracker by each pilot to the organization according to the following procedure.
The pilots must arrive not earlier than 5.45 pm and not later than 6.00 pm on 1nd June 2020 at the point specified with the geographical coordinates that will be communicated to them by the organization by email by 3rd May 2020; at this point the complete electronic tracking equipment including every part of it must be delivered/ returned.
Arrival at the tracker delivery point before 5.45 pm and after 6.00 pm will result in the application of the penalties specified in the following pargraph 6.2.
It should be noted that in any case at 6.15 pm the registration of the rally performance will be closed so from that moment onwards the tracker, even if it remains switched on will NOT PROVIDE any more valuable dataand the pilots who have not reached the tracker delivery point by 6.15 pm will be classified as WITHDRAWN from the competition.
4.8 During the entire course of the event, the organization reserves the right to carry out surprise checks to verify that the position of the pilot and of the motorcycle with respect to that indicated by the control equipment are in exact correspondence. The presence of any anomalies and / or discrepancies of any kind will result in the application of the penalties foreseen in the following paragraph 6.2.
4.9 During the participation in the race each pilot travels at his own risk and danger, and is protected exclusively by his own personal insurance if and as stipulated. The organization does not provide any insurance coverage from the start until the end of the performance of each pilot, additionally no insurance coverage is provided by the organization to the pilot and / or third parties during the itinerary chosen by the pilot to reach the departure location and from the position where the tracker is delivered to that of the finish line.
5.1 It is mandatory for the entire duration of the event for each pilot to carry with him:
- a) a mobile phone switched on and in perfect working condition with the telephone number indicated on the registration form activated;
- b) an electronic tracking device;
- c) the identification signs fastened to the motorbike, as specified in paragraph 5.3 below;
- d) technical clothing;
- e) the navigation device set at least in “logger function”; alternatively: logger apparatus.
5.2 The electronic equipment must be switched on at least 1 hour before the start time of the rally. Specific instructions will be provided by e-mail to each pilot before the departure date also for this procedure.
The electronic equipment must remain continuously switched on throughout the duration of the race. Switching off will result in the application of the penalties referred to in the following paragraph 6.2.
The electronic equipment, complete and entirely in one piece, must be delivered by each pilot to the organization’s staff, as specified in paragraph 4.7.
Failure and / or delayed delivery of the equipment beyond the limit indicated in paragraph 4.7 or incomplete equipment with some parts missing will result in the application of the penalties referred to in the following pargraph 6.2.
5.3 The identification signs showing the number assigned to the pilot must be positioned as follows: the large sign on the front near the head light; the small sign on the right side of the vehicle so that it is clearly visible. For the front positioning the windshield / windscreen can be used; the sign at the side can be positioned as found best suitableunder the condition that it is clearly visible from the roadside and not covered by any motorcycle accessories.
Failure to attach the signs will result in the application of the penalties foreseen in the following paragraph 6.2.
5.4 Each Pilot must wear technical clothing for the entire duration of the rally, including boots, gloves and a back protector (with the exemption of owners of a jacket with an integrated back protector) .
5.5To plan the itinerary the use of territorial maps on a scale of not less than 1: 200.000 and / or Google-earth are permitted. For navigation during the rally, the use of road maps generated in any way, GPS devices, a compass and other navigation instruments, including satellite navigators are allowed.
Regardless of the support used for navigation during the rally, each rider is obliged to install on his motorcycle a device able to record the path chosen by him without signal interruption for every day of the rally (cd: logger). The first 10 classified are obliged to deliver their path recording equipment to the organization upon arrival at the finish line, under penalty of the sanctions referred to in the following paragraph 6.
Each competitor, every member of the team, is the sole responsible for his driving behaviour and his general conduct during the rally.
In case of violations of the law and / or behavioral and educational standards detected or of which, in any way, the organization is informed of during the course of the rally, will immediately exclude the charged person from the classification and, if the person is a member of a team, the team will be penalized with the annulment of a position in the classification. Any violations of the law, regulations and/ or norms of conduct will be reported to the competent authorities for the adoption of appropriate measures.
The score and penalties will be determined as follows:
6.1 PASS POINTS
-) 5,000 points for each pass crossed:
the score is acquired by passing through the area with a 150 meter radius with its center positioned in the pass point of each of the W.P. (way point) included in the list published by the organization and accessible to the registered pilots; (so-called “PASS POINTS” = PP).
-) 15,000 points for golden points reached during the competition that are automatically added once the 100th pass has been reached. Failing that, the WP considered Golden Point has the same score value as a “normal” w.p., ie 5,000 points;
the score is acquired passing and crossing within the area of a diameter of 100 meters with its center positioned in the way point specified by the organization included in the list published by the organization and accessible to the registered pilots; (so-called “Golden Points” = PG)
-) 1 point for each meter of altitude gained:
the points are acquired by adding up ascents and descents, based on the data provided by Google-earth (for example: 28,743 meters in altitude = 28,743 points); (so-called “Quota Points” = PQ). Subject to what is specified in paragraph 1.8.
-) 100,000 points as an additional bonus:
the bonus is acquired automatically upon reaching the 100th pass under the conditionthat this last passis within a 50 km radius as the crow flies from the finish line/final destination.
Reaching the 100th pass, moreover, will automatically freeze the the pilot’s ranking, in the sense that while continuing the itinerary, the pilot / team will no longer accumulate neither any more pass points nor any more altitude points.
-) 1 point for each km / h of speed above the maximum speed limit specified by the organization before the departure;
-) 100 points for each km of the route not driven below the minimum threshold;
-) cancellation of the first pass point in case of departure at a distance of less than 15 km from the first pass;
-) lowering of the ranking by one position for the individual/ the remaining team member / s of which one or more pilots have been excluded from the classification following conduct violations referred to in pargraph 6;
-) 100,000 points for the arrival at the tracker delivery location before 5.45 pm and after 6.00 pm until 6.15 pm; after 6.15 pm pilots will be classified as “withdrawn” from the competition.
-) 100,000 points for the violation of the communication obligation referred to in pargraph 1.3 in the event of the withdrawal of a team member, in addition to the lowering the position in the final classifications by one position/ place;
-) exclusion of the team from the classification in case of failure to deliver the electronic equipment of the withdrawn team member;
-) exclusion of the withdrawn pilot from the classification in case failure to deliver the electronic equipment at the finish line/ final destination;
-) exclusion the pilot / team from the classification of in the case of violations referred to in paragraph 6;
-) exclusion from the classification due to failure to switch on the detection equipment at least 1 hour before the start time of the rally;
-) exclusion from the classification for the departure from a location different from the one specified;
-) exclusion from the classification for the departure in a location situated outside the Italian national border and / or over 450 km as the crow flies from the finish line;
-) exclusion from the classification for having traveled on prohibited roads as specified in paragraph 1.4;
-) exclusion from the classification due to failure to attach the identification signs;
-) exclusion from the classification for the failure to deliver the electronic tracking equipment within the deadline and at the location specified in paragraph 4.7;
-) exclusion from the classification for the removal / tampering with of technical control equipment during the duration of the rally;
-) exclusion from the classification for the failure to deliver to the event organizers the technical instrumentation / logger used for navigation during the race upon arrival at the finish line, or in case of cancellation / failure to memorize the route data even for a single day of the competition;
-) exclusion from the classification due to failure to adhere to the mandatory rest/stop in the time slot as specified per paragraph 4.3 above;
-) exclusion from the classification for the departure from a position different from the last location reached at 21:30 on the previous evening before the obligatory stop;
-) exclusion from the classification due to anomalies found during the checks referred to in paragraph 4.8 above.
In all the aforementioned cases, if the offense is committed by an individual pilot who is part of a team, the relative penalty will be applied to the entire team.
At the end of each day of competition, the event organizers will publish the general provisional ranking on the website www.centopassi.net by 11.00 pm, or as soon as possible after the start of the mandatory stop referred to in paragraph 4.3.
At the end of the race the following rankings will be drawn up:
- a) Absolute ranking
- b) Individual ranking
- c) Team ranking
The ranking will be drawn up according to the following criteria:
PP (Pass Points) + [GP (Golden Point), as specified in paragraphs 1.7 and 6.1] – TP (Total Penalty) = PF (Final Score).
Only in the event of a tie between one or more pilots / teams, will the score be awarded according to the following criterion:
PP + GP + PQ (altitude points) – TP = PF.
For the purpose of calculating the altitude points, onlythe data recorded by the tracker will count.
In case of further parity,
– if an individual
the pilot will be declared the winner who has clocked up the lowest mileage calculated by the control equipment (see technical annex);
– if a team
the team will be declared the winner that has clocked up the lowest mileage calculated by the control equipment (see technical annex).
If different values have been registered among the pilots of the same team, the lowest value of those recorded by the tracker of each individual member will be applied to the entire team.
A complaint about the daily classification can be made no later than 30 minutes after its publication on the website www.centopassi.net.
A complaint about the final classifications can be made no later than 90 minutes after the publication on the site www.centopassi.net and after the results were posted outside the headquarters of the event organizers.
Once these time spans have elapsed, any complaint will be considered too late and therefore inadmissible.
If for any reason, the publication of the rankings should occur beyond the hourly limits referred to in paragraph 6.3 above, the terms for making the complaint claim will start from the actual time of publication of the rankings, as stated at the bottom of the ranking itself.
Complaints about the daily classification can be made by telephone by contacting one of the 3 telephone numbers that will be communicated to the pilots by mail before the departure.
Complaints about the final rankings the complaint can be made directly to the director and / or the deputy director and / or the secretary of the competition.
The prizes will be awarded as follows:
the 1st classifier in the overall classification will be awarded with the CENTOPASSI® Trophy of the year.
From the 2nd to the 5th classifier individual prizes for each position.
The prize “the iron ass” will be given to the pilot /team who has clocked up most of the mileage during the entire rally race.
Additional ranking and / or class and / or special prizes may be established.
Only the pilots who have reached the finish line will receive the certificate of participation and the gadgets provided for the participants. Under no circumstances will certificates / gadgets posted to pilots who failed to reach the finish line, even if they withdrew from the race.
Additional ranking and / or class and / or special prizes may be established.
7.1 Anything not prohibited by this regulation and / or by the applicable laws and / or by the notices published on the official website of the event is intended as permitted.
7.2 The compilation and submission of the registration form automatically determines the unconditional acceptance of these regulations and of the attachments of any kind referred to in it.
The communication of the final acceptance of the registration determines, for each competitor, both as an individual and as a team member, the automatic acceptance of all the additional rules that the organizers might introduce and which will be announced on the official website of the event.
Furthermore, it automatically implies that the organizers are from that moment onwards authorized to:
-) publish promotional communications and advertising campaigns and initiatives directly and/ or indirectly;
-) use free of charge footage/ images, fixed and/ or moving, which retract and use the name and / or pseudonym of pilots;
-) to transfer the rights to use the image and its name and / or pseudonym of the pilots to its institutional and / or commercial partners.
These authorizations for the use of images and the name and / or pseudonym are intended for an indefinite duration and without territorial limits all over the world, in compliance with the laws and regulations of each state, for the use in publications and various films, including, but not limited to, promotional and / or advertising materials of all types and in all kinds of media and potentially also published on social media.
The Organization reserves the right to modify these regulations at any time for reasons that it deems appropriate for the improvement of the event.
Registration costs for the 2020 edition of CENTOPASSI
– pilot € 330.00
– passenger € 160.00
N.B .: All registrations will be processed and completed in compliance with the chronological order of receipt, also with reference to the assignment of the rooms
– rental of detection equipment/ tracker (excluding passenger);
– identification tables and adhesive kits reserved for the pilots (excluding passengers);
– welcome aperitifs at the finish line;
– dinner at the final destination;
– hotel accommodation (*) for the overnight stay between June 1nd and 2rd with breakfast on June 2rd;
– commemorative t-shirt and gadgets;
– certificate of participation and prizes depending on the position in the ranking;
– any prizes, gadgets and reserved promotions made available by the technical partners, possibly after the registration for the event.
(*) (double, triple, quadruple rooms depending on availability based on the chronological order of registration)
– single room + 100.00 euros (limited availability of single room);
all of the above not specifically listed.
The Organization reserves the right to modify the list above at any time for reasons that it deems appropriate for the improvement of the event.