Autódromo Juan Manuel Fangio

Autódromo Juan Manuel Fangio


Balcarce, Argentina (AR)
Autódromo Juan Manuel Fangio is a race track in Argentina, near Balcarce. The track has hosted the Turismo Carretera, but the 2011 Turismo Carretera race at the circuit saw a fatal accident of Argentinian driver, Guido Falaschi, who was fatally injured in a multi-car accident.

The circuit is 4.54 km (2.82 mi), has 19 turns and section where a section of the track crosses another section via a bridge.

The circuit is named after the former Argentinian racing driver, Juan Manuel Fangio, who was born in Balcarce. Fangio also won 5 Formula One World Championships (1951, 1954, 1955, 1956 and 1957). Fanigo had the record for most championship wins untill Michael Schumacher won his 7 championships. Fangio is still in 2nd as no other F1 driver has won (except for Schumacher) 5 championships.
Autódromo Juan Manuel Fangio is a race track in Argentina, near Balcarce. The track has hosted the Turismo Carretera, but the 2011 Turismo Carretera race at the circuit saw a fatal accident of Argentinian driver, Guido Falaschi, who was fatally injured in a multi-car accident.

The circuit is 4.54 km (2.82 mi), has 19 turns and section where a section of the track crosses another section via a bridge.

The circuit is named after the former Argentinian racing driver, Juan Manuel Fangio, who was born in Balcarce. Fangio also won 5 Formula One World Championships (1951, 1954, 1955, 1956 and 1957). Fanigo had the record for most championship wins untill Michael Schumacher won his 7 championships. Fangio is still in 2nd as no other F1 driver has won (except for Schumacher) 5 championships.
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By: Drudii

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