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CREMA
Description Crema hosted 26 editions of «Circuito di Crema» (Crema Circuit), from 1921 to 1968, on at least two different tracks. Since 1925 the race has been officially named «Gran Coppa Romolo Spallanzani» (Romolo Spallanzani Grand Cup). 17th edition was held in 1946.
Location Crema
CR - Cremona - Lombardia
Location  
Latitude - Longitude + 45°22'17"     + 9°41'22"
45.371389     9.689444
UTM Coordinates X = 553986.533  -  Y = 5024439.524  -  Zone 32T
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Altitude AMSL 80 m - 262 ft
Inauguration 1921
Closing 1968
Designer  
Sources and links (Translation) (**)
(1) Italian www.milermeter.com/?r=7585413Track layout
(2) Italian www.nimoterndom.it/8orecrema.htm
(3) Italian www.tazionuvolari.it/corseit.htmTazio Nuvolari’s official website
(4) Italian https://motoclubcrema.wordpress.com/info
(5) Italian La Stampa Sportiva 16/1922 (page 11) [Publishing date: April 16th 1922]

(*) NOTE: a complete and detailed view of the circuit can be found (if available) on Street View by Google Maps and/or Bird's Eye and 3D views by Bing Maps for Enterprise (former Microsoft Virtual Earth): both can be reached using their own link in Aerial photo / Map cell.

(**) For on-line not-English speaking sources, click on each small flag and you open the corresponding Google Translator page with automatic translation.

Circuito di Crema
Description Distinctive points are listed in random order. Discesa (Descent) of Rubbiano and Coste di Credera were in the furthest section of the circuit from the city (and probably also from the start/finish line).
I don’t know if track layout was changed from 1921 to 1940.
Years 1921÷1929, 1933÷1940
Direction  
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit YES
Type Road course
Inauguration 1921
Closing 1940
Last update of this page May 12th 2021
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Ombriano - Pandino - Guado del “Streecù" - Salita dei morti - Discesa di Rubbiano - Coste di Credera
length 36.5  km    22.681  mi   (5)
length 36.5  km    22.681  mi   (3)

Crema
Description Probable reconstruction of the circuit used at least on Sunday June 18th 1967 for 25th Circuito di Crema (Crema Circuit). I guess it is the same as the layout of the 26th (and last) edition held in 1968, but I don’t know when it was used for the first time, maybe already with the 17th edition in 1946?
Years ...÷1967÷1968
Direction Clockwise   Clockwise
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit  
Motorbike circuit YES
Type Street course
Inauguration  
Closing 1968
Last update of this page May 12th 2021
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Via Bramante - Viale Santa Maria della Croce - Via Gaeta - Via Caravaggio - Via Bramante
length 3000  m 9843  ft 1.864  mi   (2)
length 3120  m 10236  ft 1.939  mi Calculated from aerial photo (*) (1)
Difference in level 5  m 16  ft    Calculated from aerial photo (*) (1)

Crema ...÷1967÷1968

Due to technical problems, temporarily it’s no longer possible to see the circuits on Google Maps embedded in the current page.
This feature will be restored as soon as I figure out how to do (any help would be appreciated!)

See this track layout with Google Earth - milermeter.com
(milermeter.com can be used in your browser, without installing anything; Google Earth is a program that must be installed in your computer)
(Map shown here above can show at the same time all eventual layouts drawn. If you want to see only some of them, please go to Google Maps or Google Earth, by clicking on its own link)



Updates
Date Track layout Years Description by Map by Thanks to Note
May 12th 2021     Guido de Carli Guido de Carli   Update Description with map
May 4th 2021     Guido de Carli     Update Description
April 4th 2006     Guido de Carli     New Description without map
Not all eventual updates issued in last years are already visible in this list
 
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