Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez

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Argentina
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Circuit Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez in Argentina has hosted 20 Grands Prix between 1953 and 1998.

With 4 wins Juan Fangio is the most succesful driver at this track. Constructor Ferrari does best with a total of 4 victories at Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez.

statistics

20
16
17
Juan Fangio (4 wins)
Damon Hill (2 wins)
Emerson Fittipaldi (2 wins)
Ferrari (4 wins)
Williams (4 wins)
Team Lotus (2 wins)
7x (35%)

about Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez

The Autódromo de Buenos Aires Juan y Oscar Gálvez (official name) is a 45,000 capacity motor racing circuit in Buenos Aires, Argentina built in 1952 under president Juan Perón, named Autódromo 17 de Octubre after the date of Loyalty Day until Perón's overthrow. It was later renamed after Argentinian racing driver brothers, Juan Gálvez and Oscar Alfredo Gálvez.

1952–1958: Buenos Aires Grand Prix (La Temporada) – Formula Libre (circuits: No.4, 1952 – No.2, 1953–1958)

1953–1998: Argentine Grand Prix – Formula 1 (circuits: No.2, 1953–60 – No.9, 1971–73 – No.15, 1974–81 – No.6, 1995–98)

1964–1978: Buenos Aires Grand Prix – Formula 2, Formula 3, Formula Junior (circuits: No.4 1964, No.15 1966–68, No.12 1978)

1983–1985: Buenos Aires Grand Prix – Formula 2 Codasur (circuit No.4)

1954–1960 / 1970–1972: 1000 km of Buenos Aires sports car series Grand Prix (1952 circuit No.1 plus various street layouts)

1961–1999: Argentine motorcycle Grand Prix (circuit No.6)


source: Wikipedia

 

events

# event winner pole position
1 1953 Argentine Grand Prix 18 January Alberto Ascari Ferrari 3:01:04.6 Alberto Ascari Ferrari
2 1954 Argentine Grand Prix 17 January Juan Fangio Maserati 3:00:55.8 Nino Farina Ferrari
3 1955 Argentine Grand Prix 16 January Juan Fangio Mercedes 3:00:38.6 Nino Farina Ferrari
4 1956 Argentine Grand Prix 22 January Juan Fangio Ferrari 3:00:03.7 Eugenio Castellotti Ferrari
5 1957 Argentine Grand Prix 13 January Juan Fangio Maserati 3:00:55.9 Stirling Moss Maserati
6 1958 Argentine Grand Prix 19 January Stirling Moss Cooper 2:19:33.7 Juan Fangio Maserati
7 1960 Argentine Grand Prix 7 February Bruce McLaren Cooper-Climax 2:17:49.5 Innes Ireland Team Lotus
8 1972 Argentine Grand Prix 23 January Jackie Stewart Tyrrell 1:57:59.1 Carlos Reutemann Brabham
9 1973 Argentine Grand Prix 28 January Emerson Fittipaldi Team Lotus 1:56:18.22 Clay Regazzoni BRM
10 1974 Argentine Grand Prix 13 January Denny Hulme McLaren 1:41:02.01 Ronnie Peterson Team Lotus
11 1975 Argentine Grand Prix 12 January Emerson Fittipaldi McLaren 1:39:26.29 Jean-Pierre Jarier Shadow-Ford
12 1977 Argentine Grand Prix 9 January Jody Scheckter Wolf 1:40:11.19 James Hunt McLaren
13 1978 Argentine Grand Prix 15 January Mario Andretti Team Lotus 1:37:04.47 Mario Andretti Team Lotus
14 1979 Argentine Grand Prix 21 January Jacques Laffite Ligier 1:36:03.21 Jacques Laffite Ligier
15 1980 Argentine Grand Prix 13 January Alan Jones Williams 1:43:24.38 Alan Jones Williams
16 1981 Argentine Grand Prix 12 April Nelson Piquet Brabham 1:34:32.74 Nelson Piquet Brabham
17 1995 Argentine Grand Prix 9 April Damon Hill Williams 1:53:14.532 David Coulthard Williams
18 1996 Argentine Grand Prix 7 April Damon Hill Williams 1:54:55.322 Damon Hill Williams
19 1997 Argentine Grand Prix 13 April Jacques Villeneuve Williams 1:52:01.715 Jacques Villeneuve Williams
20 1998 Argentine Grand Prix 12 April Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:48:36.1 David Coulthard McLaren
 

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