Mille Miglia route

Last updated 19:25 GMT.

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CHANNEL DELAYS: Force 8 winds at Dover currently. Up to 40min delay P&O Calais-Dover. 90mins DFDS Dover-Calais, 45mins Dover-Dunkirk.

Eurotunnel: ‘earlier fault now resolved’. Passenger 90mins France. Freight 2h30 transit time from France.

Condor Ferries extra UK-Channel Islands service today, fast ferry cancelled (not calling at St Malo either today or tomorrow). Brittany Ferries Portsmouth-St Malo cancelled.

WEATHER ALERTRED alert for flooding west France and high winds coast Portugal. Amber alert: south Austria snow, south Spain high winds and north Spain coast, flooding Var, south central France coast and now high winds Switzerland.

WEATHER: Unsettled, rain for many. Heavy snow Alps, north Scandinavia. Very windy North Europe and West Mediterranean.

MAJOR TRAFFIC DELAYS: A6 southbound from Paris, accident, queue from J3, delay 1h40. A7 southbound out of Hamburg, road works J28-32 delay still 40mins.

ROADS: Snow A28 motorway Switzerland (and local road closures). Snow A10 motorway Austria local road closures hereFrance: snow cleared on A75 and other major roads Massif Central.

See Travel/Traffic/Weather for more.

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Mille Miglia, 15-18 May: a recreation of the famous road race, starting and finishing Brescia on a clockwise, circular 1,000 mile route through central Italy with a southernmost point of Rome. Even without the budget and the car – it’s only open to cars which took part in the original 1927-1957 and registration is now closed – that route is a great reference point for touring Italy, taking in many of the most beautiful roads. See www.1000miglia.it for more.

Mille Miglia, 15-18 May: a recreation of the famous road race, starting and finishing in Brescia in northern Italy then tracing a clockwise, circular 1,000 mile route through central Italy with a southernmost point of Rome. Even without the budget and the car – it’s only open to cars which took part in the original 1927-1957 and registration is now closed – that route is a great reference point for touring Italy, taking in, by definition, many of the best roads. See www.1000miglia.it for more. Photo via @MercedesBenz

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