WHAT IS THE ITALIAN JOB?
It’s an unforgettable driving adventure through some of Europe’s most stunning scenery
It’s what you’d find in the dictionary if you looked up “social motoring at its very best”
It’s the unique experience of a VIP convoy through the streets of busy Turin - guided and escorted by the local Police
It’s a Kodak moment all day, every day!
It’s the opportunity to learn about Italy’s food and wine tradition
It’s the invitation to enjoy the exclusive hospitality of local producers
It’s the thrill of parading YOUR Mini/MINI around Imola, Monza, Mugello and/or other Formula One European motoring circuits
It’s visiting stunning locations.... making friends.... creating memories… relaxing in 4- & 5-star hotels
It’s joining the modern-day Self Preservation Society by becoming a Jobber
It’s belonging to a fun-loving community that, over the past 30 years, has raised nearly £3 million pounds for charity
It’s feeling proud to help disadvantaged children
It’s raising money for children in a fun way
The Italian Job 2022
Registration is now open!
THE ITALIAN JOB 31st RUN
(Entries limited to 50 vehicles)
START in Imola on 11 October 2022, FINISH in Turin on 20 October 2022
We are pleased to confirm that we are planning to incorporate more ‘gastronomic delights’ into our 2022 event to provide everyone a slightly more relaxing jaunt. As ever, you will enjoy driving along some of Italy’s most spectacular, picturesque and scenic routes, along which you will have ample time to stop and sample some truly delicious wares as you visit three very diverse regions - Emilia Romagna, Tuscany and Piemonte.
For the first three days, we will be based in Imola. From here we will venture out following our famous roadbook and follow truly off the beaten track roads to Modena, home of Ferrari production and museum, and also to Modena’s second most famous son - Balsamic vinegar! We will enjoy lunches hosted by local producers and will call into small towns and villages that are rich in history (but seldom found on the tourist map) such as Forli and Modigliana and, of course, your Mini will enjoy a parade lap or two on Imola’s F1 circuit. You can find out more here
Anyone who shares a passion for the Mini or any classic car featured in the Michael Caine film The Italian Job can enter. The aim of this modern-day Self Preservation Society is to raise money for children's charities in a fun way!
This year we are supporting Buttle UK.
Please join this year’s run or help in any other way you can.
Freddie and Giulia
Calling on Minis of all ages, types, size and colour to join the Italian Job motoring events and support disadvantaged children in your own community. Visit our "next eventS" page and join our challenge to help us reach our next target. We only need to raise ANOTHER £59K to break the £3 million target!
Raising Money For Children In a Fun Way!
UNTIL THE NEXT RALLY!
Our Fundraising Record
Since 1990 The Italian Job has raised over £2.9 million pounds and donated
much needed funding to projects and charities in the UK and across the world.
UNITED KINGDOM & IRELAND: Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Buttle UK, Children 1st (Scotland), Chestnut Tree Foundation, Children in Need, Childline, Feed the Children (UK), Fire Benevolent Fund (Scotland), Goal in Ireland, Meningitis Research Project, NSPCC, Pilgrims Hospice, Society of Stars, Tsunami Fund, NCH, White Lodge Centre, Brain Tumour Trust, Variety The Children’s Charity.
AUSTRIA, GERMANY, HOLLAND and ITALY: SOS Kinderdorf in Imst, Deutsches Kinder Dunkelziffer Charity, Stichling Charity (Netherlands), La Nostra Famiglia in Conegliano,
Lega del Filo d`Oro in Rome, Ospedale Bambin Gesu in Rome, Regina Margherita Hospital in Turin, SOS Village in Trento, Unitalsi in Imola.
NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA, JAPAN and USA: The Princess Margaret Foundation, Make a Wish Foundation, Parent Project, Child Crisis, Autism Speak, New Zealand Youth in Search Project, St Andrew Children’s Clinic, The Kobe Earthquake, Toronto Children's Hospital.
Want to find out more?
Contact Giulia St George, The Italian Job organiser, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To sign up for one of our motoring adventures, including the first ever UK Italian Job, and raise money for the UK charity Buttle UK helping sick, disabled and disadvantaged children to reach their full potential, here’s what you need to do:
YOU CAN REGISTER BY:
Downloading and/or printing the appropriate Entry Form. To print the form, click on the corresponding REGISTER link below, which will open the Entry Form in a new window, and then select Print from your browser’s File menu. You can also right-click on the Form and follow your browser's instructions to download the PDF file and print it at another time. Please also read the Rules & Regulations, then follow the instructions on the Entry Form, fill it out entirely and send it to us.
You could write or fax details to us by using the details on the Contact Us section of the website.
Whichever way you register, thank you for your support and we look forward to sharing an adventure with you!!
WHY BUTTLE UK?
Buttle UK helps children and young people who are seriously in need. It makes grants to meet critical needs of children whose safety, health or development are at risk. Buttle covers their own administration costs thus ensuring that 100% of funds donated will go to help a child in crisis. They can also ensure that the money raised by Jobbers is spent locally, anywhere in the UK. An important aspect for sponsors eager to support their local community.
IJ2019 raised an incredible £192,000, equivalent to over 150 grants, ranging from essentials like children’s beds and clothing all the way through to therapy and technical equipment, allowing Buttle UK to support as many as 400 additional children.
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