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JARAMA
Description It is the first permanent street circuit in Spain (ant the only one until 1974, when Calafat was inaugurated). It was drawn by John Hugenholz and built by the Italian architect Sandro Rocci. Officially inauguared on July 23rd 1967, it had already hosted some races probably on January 2nd 1967 when the circuit was not finished yet
Location San Sebastián de los Reyes
M - Madrid - Comunidad de Madrid
Location 28 km - 17 mi North of Madrid, on the road to Burgos
Latitude - Longitude + 40°37'00"     - 3°35'02"
40.616667     -3.583889
UTM Coordinates X = 450610.512  -  Y = 4496368.713  -  Zone 30T
Aerial photo / Map (*)  Google Maps  -    Bing Maps  -    Flash Earth  -   Aerial photo / Map (*) Visor SIGPAC
Altitude AMSL 635 m - 2083 ft
Inauguration July 23rd 1967
Closing  
Designer Hugenholtz
Johannes Bernhardus Theodorus "Hans" Hugenholtz
Sources and links (Translation) (**)
(1) Italian (page 198)Author: Tommaso Tommasi - Published by: Arnoldo Mondadori Editore - Published in: Italia - year: 1973
(2) English (page 80)Author: Peter Higham, Bruce Jones - Published by: Andre Deutsch - year: 1999 - ISBN: 0-233-99619-2
Description
(3) Spanish foro-gratis.latin-foros.com (...)1990 changes
(4) Spanish usuarios.lycos.es/jarameros/datos_tecnicos.htmLos Jarameros: Technical data
(5) Spanish www.forocoches.com/foro/showthread.php?t=352772ForoCoches --> Zona ForoCoches --> ForoCoches --> ***un Dia En Las Carreras***
(6) Spanish www.todocircuito.com/index.php (...)
(7) Italian Conoscere la Formula 1 1 (page 276)Published by: Rizzoli Editore - year: 1984
(8) Italian Autosprint 1/1966 (page 22)Presentation of the new circuit under costruction, with photos of the works
(9) Italian Autosprint 1/1967 (page 8)Unofficial inauguration of the circuit
(10) Italian Autosprint 30/1967 (page 9)Inauguration (with map)
(11) Italian Autosprint 31/1967 (page 6)Inauguratione: reports, interviews and comments
(12) Italian Autosprint 21/1968 (page 5)Curbs have been remade, the track now is slower
(13) Italian Autosprint 21/1969 (page 19)Map and essential data
(14) Italian Autosprint 2/1970 (page 13)Electonic signals in the track
(15) Italian Autosprint 6/1974 (page 46)After 7 years managed by privates, now it is run by A.C. Spain
(16) Italian Autosprint 18/1976 (page 7)
(17) Italian Autosprint 19/1977 (page 29)News 1977
(18) Italian Autosprint 22/1980 (page 18)
(19) Italian Autosprint 23/1980
(20) Italian Rombo 8/1982 (page 51)Maps - De Villota’s driving school
(21) Italian Rombo 41/1986 (page 68)Pierluigi Martini explains how to drive a F.3000
(22) Italian Rombo 10/1989 (page 64)Changes will be made to Fangio, Nuvolari, Ascari and De Portago in order to host again F.1

(*) NOTE: a complete and detailed view of the circuit can be found (if available) on Street View by Google Maps and/or Bird's Eye and 3D views by Bing Maps for Enterprise (former Microsoft Virtual Earth): both can be reached using their own link in Aerial photo / Map cell.

(**) For on-line not-English speaking sources, click on each small flag and you open the corresponding Google Translator page with automatic translation.

Jarama
Description At least in 1976 many changes were made to safety devices, but without changing track layout. In 1977 Varzi, Farina, Le Mans, Ascari, De Portago, Ese Bugatti, Monza and Tunel were widened and some more safety improvements were made. Moreover, new starting device with light signals was installed.
Years 1967÷1979
Direction Clockwise   Clockwise
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Permanent
Inauguration July 23rd 1967
Closing 1979
Last update of this page September 17th 2007
Info last update  
Designer Hugenholtz
Johannes Bernhardus Theodorus "Hans" Hugenholtz
Distinctive points Nuvolari - Fangio - Varzi - Le Mans - Farina - Rampa Pegaso - Ascari - Portago - Ese de Bugatti - Monza - Tunel
length 3404  m 11168  ft 2.115  mi   (16)
length 3432  m 11260  ft 2.133  mi   (13)
Width 9  m 30  ft      (1)
Difference in level 25.9  m 85  ft       
Max. gradient (uphill) 11.6  % 6.6  °         
Max. gradient (downhill) 9  % 5.1  °         

Jarama
Description In 1980 Bugatti hairpin was modified
Years 1980÷1989
Direction Clockwise   Clockwise
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Permanent
Inauguration 1980
Closing 1989
Last update of this page February 13th 2009
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Nuvolari - Fangio - Varzi - Le Mans - Farina - Rampa Pegaso - Ascari - Portago - Ese de Bugatti - Monza - Tunel
length 3312.04  m 10866  ft 2.058  mi   (19)
length 3314  m 10873  ft 2.059  mi   (18)
Difference in level 25.9  m 85  ft      (19)

Jarama
Description In 1990 the track was lengthened at Ascari and Portago corners (changes not shown on my map)
Years 1990÷...
Direction Clockwise   Clockwise
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational  
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Permanent
Inauguration March 30th 1990
Closing  
Last update of this page September 17th 2007
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Nuvolari - Fangio - Varzi - Le Mans - Farina - Rampa Pegaso - Ascari - Portago - Ese de Bugatti - Monza - Tunel
length 3850  m 12631  ft 2.392  mi   (4)

Jarama 1967÷1979

Jarama 1967÷1979

Jarama 1967÷1979


Latitude - Longitude: + 40°37'00", - 3°35'02"
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JARAMA 1967÷1979: GEOMETRICAL DATA OF THE CORNERS


CORNERS ANGLE RADIUS m TANGENT m DEVELOPMENT m CHORD m
Nuvolari 65° 58´ 10" 45.00 49.20 51.83 12.90
Fangio 90° 11´ 20" 30.00 30.10 47.22 15.36
Varzi 52° 43´ 29" 67.50 33.46 62.12 15.49
Le Mans 1 78° 32´ 25" 41.21 33.72 56.45 14.05
2 89° 58´ 03" 20.00 19.99 31.40 10.35
Farina 156° 42´ 53" 67.50 96.96 54.70 10.80
Rampa Pegaso 63° 44´ 12" 70.00 43.52 77.87 15.54
Ascari 63° 25´ 40" 70.00 43.25 77.49 15.47
Portago 1 71° 55´ 50" 25.00 18.15 31.40 10.39
2 62° 58´ 08" 75.00 45.93 82.42 16.45
Ese de Bugatti 1 50° 17´ 21" 100.00 46.95 87.77 14.61
2 31° 15´ 12" 105.00 29.36 57.27 14.30
3 62° 58´ 26" 20.00 133.73 56.89 11.22
4 24° 03´ 53" 150.00 31.97 63.02 15.74
Monza 1 54° 32´ 00" 33.00 17.01 31.41 10.42
2 107° 57´ 49" 25.00 34.39 47.11 9.37
Tunel 62° 58´ 08" 75.00 45.93 82.42 16.45



Updates
Date Track layout Years Description by Map by Thanks to Note
May 3rd 2008   1967÷1979 Guido de Carli     Update Description
December 18th 2007     Lorenzo Tommasi     Update Description
January 9th 2006   1990÷... Guido de Carli   Rafa Reyna New Description
August 12th 2005     Guido de Carli     Update Description
April 25th 2005   1967÷1979 Guido de Carli     Update Description
March 15th 2005   1967÷1979 Guido de Carli     Update Description
November 12th 2004   1967÷1979 Guido de Carli Guido de Carli   New Description with map
Not all eventual updates issued in last years are already visible in this list

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