Milan, 11 June (askanews) – The second day of MiMo, the Milano Monza Motor Show, began with the inauguration of the monument dedicated to Alberto Ascari in Romolo in the southern area of Milan, which today began its “dynamic” activities on the Monza circuit. “Ascari deserved this memory, he gave a lot to our city”, said the mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala, who said he was happy with MiMo because it allows us to see the future of the car: “I can’t imagine a medium-term future without the cars, I imagine a future with different cars, this is the point. “To characterize the second day of MiMo was the Journalist Parade: from the place of the inauguration of the monument in Ascari, journalists drove the cars of today and tomorrow to at the Monza racetrack where the procession in parade made two laps of the track, also covering the “basin”, the speed ring where it was raced at the time of Ascari. The president of Aci and landlord, Angelo Sticchi Damiani was satisfied: “Andrea Levy was good at recognizing and pursuing the desire to restart anyway” Also in Monza the last scheduled world preview was also unveiled: the Dallara Exp, an evolution even more extreme than the Stradale designed only for the track. Andrea Levy president of MiMo: “We have shown that outdoors, in safety and with a little creativity, you can resume and start doing events”. The day continues on the track in Monza where in the evening there will be the Supercar Night Parade with 150 cars sports cars with powers exceeding 500 HP. Other track events are scheduled for tomorrow, while Sunday will be the day dedicated to classic cars organized by Aci Storico. Over 60 cars and motorbikes will also be on display in the center of Milan until Sunday.