|Autodromo de la Ciudad de
Oscar A Galvez Av Gral Paz Av Coronel Roca
1420 Capital Federal
|Argentina. Buenos Aires.
Three words that suggest a South America that's far
removed from the slums of Brazil. The glamour of the
country stems largely, it seems, from the Peron's, and
the beauty of a capital city that's famous around the
world. The name of the city translates well as 'fresh
Juan Miguel Fangio, Argentina's greatest ever won three times in his home country. This circuit was one which was built almost to provide a home for the legendary driver. With Fangio's almost God-like winning ability it seemed that a home for motorsport needed to be found in Argentina. President Peron fully supported the building of this circuit in magnificent settings.
While it's lost some of the magic of the olden days, it's still a setting that inspires the emotions.
Race Day : April 13th 1997
Circuit Length: 4.259 kilometres/2.64 miles
GMT -3 hours
Practice: 11.00-12.00 and 13.00-14.00