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GRAN PREMIO INTERNACIONAL DE TURISMO (1963)
Not to be confused with Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo (1964) - Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo (1966) - Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo (1970)
Description 7th edition of Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo Nafta Super YPF
Location Buenos Aires - Villa Carlos Paz - San Juan - Catamarca - Tucumán - Córdoba - Buenos Aires
B - Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires
Location  
Latitude - Longitude (approx) - 34°00'00"     - 58°00'00"     (approx)
-34     -58     (approx)
UTM Coordinates (approx) X = 407650.397  -  Y = 6237393.34  -  Zone 21H     (approx)
Aerial photo / Map (*)  Google Maps  -    Bing Maps  -    Flash Earth
Altitude AMSL  
Inauguration October 23rd 1963
Closing November 2nd 1963
Designer  
Sources and links (Translation) (**)
(1) Argentinian Spanish Historia Deportiva del Automovilismo Argentino Author: Alfredo Parga - Published by: La Nación - Published in: Argentina - year: 1995
(2) Argentinian Spanish Crónica de los Grandes Premios de Turismo 1957-1985 (publicación de la Revista Corsa) Published by: Editorial Abril - Published in: Argentina - year: 1986
(3) Argentinian Spanish ForumForum --> Latin America --> Argentina --> Circuitos Argentinos [ESP]
(4) Argentinian Spanish www.los-tuercas.com.ar/gps/index.php?link=gp1963.htmRace report
(5) Argentinian Spanish Coche a la Vista 196/1963 [Publishing date: November 1963]
(6) Argentinian Spanish Coche a la Vista 197/1963 [Publishing date: December 1963]

(*) 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.

Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo - 1° Etapa
1st stage
Description Symbolic departure was in front of Automovil Club Argentino (Argentinian Automobil Club) seat in Buenos Aires, real start was at Pilar
Years 1963
Direction  
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Point to point track
Inauguration October 23rd 1963
Closing October 23rd 1963
Last update of this page July 17th 2012
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Buenos Aires - Pilar - San Antonio de Areco - Capitán Sarmiento - Arrecifes - Pergamino - Colón - Hughes - Venado Tuerto - Canals - La Carlota - Reducción - Rio IV - Alcira - Elena - Berrotarán - Los Quebrachos - Embalse - Villa del Dique - Santa Rosa de Calamuchita - Dique Los Molinos - Alta Gracia - Falda del Carmen - Yocsina - Empalme ruta de tierra - Emplame camino Córdoba-La Calera - Villa Allende - Empalme Ruta Nacional 38 - Cosquín - Bialet Masset - Villa Carlos Paz
length 4402.7  km    2735.786  mi Total length (3)
length 862  km    535.637  mi 1st stage (3)

Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo - 2° Etapa
2nd stage
Description Start in front of YPF Estación de Servicio (petrol station) at Villa Carlos Paz
Years 1963
Direction  
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Point to point track
Inauguration October 25th 1963
Closing October 25th 1963
Last update of this page July 17th 2012
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Villa Carlos Paz - Copina - El Cóndor - Mina Clavero - Nono - Villa de las Rosas - Villa Dolores - Santa Rosa - Concarán - Naschel - La Toma - San José del Morro - Mercedes - Liborio Luna - Frga - Comandante Granville - San Luis - Balde - Chosmes - Desaguadero - La Paz - La Dormida - Las Catitas - Santa Rosa - San Martín - Fray Luis Beltrán - Mendoza - Jocoli - Media Agua - Villa Aberastain - San Juan
length 4402.7  km    2735.786  mi Total length (3)
length 852  km    529.423  mi 2nd stage (3)

Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo - 3° Etapa
3rd stage
Description  
Years 1963
Direction  
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Point to point track
Inauguration October 27th 1963
Closing October 27th 1963
Last update of this page July 17th 2012
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points San Juan - Albardón - Talacasto - Ingeniero Sánchez - Tucunuco - Jachal - Huaco - Guandacol - Los Palacios - Villa Unión - Tambillos - Miranda - Soñogasta - Nonogasta - Vichingasta - Los Colorados - Patquía - Talamuyuna - La Rioja - Bazán - Cebollar - Chumbicha - Capayán - Huillapina - Miraflores - Catamarca
length 4402.7  km    2735.786  mi Total length (3)
length 729.4  km    453.241  mi 3rd stage (3)

Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo - 4° Etapa
4th stage
Description  
Years 1963
Direction  
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Point to point track
Inauguration October 29th 1963
Closing October 29th 1963
Last update of this page July 17th 2012
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Catamarca - Fray M.Esquiú - La Puerta - Los Varela - Singuil - Andalgalá - Choya - Capillitas - Empalme Ruta Nacional 40 - Punta Balastro - Santa María - Amaicha del Valle - Tafí del Valle - Emplame Ruta Nacional 38 - Famaillá - San Rafael - La Reducción - Lules - Tucumán
length 4402.7  km    2735.786  mi Total length (3)
length 512.8  km    318.648  mi 4th stage (3)

Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo - 5° Etapa
5th stage
Description  
Years 1963
Direction  
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Point to point track
Inauguration October 31st 1963
Closing October 31st 1963
Last update of this page July 17th 2012
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Tucumán - Los Puestos - Las Termas - Santiago del Estero - Villa San Martín - Río Saladillo - Ambargasta - Jume - Ojo de Agua - Villa de María - Rayo Cortado - San José de la Dorminda - Simbolar - Las Peñas - Viila Mitre - Cruce Rutas Nacionales 9 y 60 - Avellaneda - Dean Funes - Jaime Peter - Chuña - Cruz del Eje - Capilla del Monte - La Cumbre - Ascochinga - Jesús María - General Paz - Juárez Celman - Guiñazu - Córdoba
length 4402.7  km    2735.786  mi Total length (3)
length 784.1  km    487.23  mi 5th stage (3)

Gran Premio Internacional de Turismo - 6° Etapa
6th stage
Description Real race ends at Pilar, than cars went slowly up to Autodromo Municipal
Years 1963
Direction  
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Point to point track
Inauguration November 2nd 1963
Closing November 2nd 1963
Last update of this page July 17th 2012
Info last update  
Designer  
Distinctive points Córdoba - Montecristo - Piquillini - Río Primero - Santago Temple - Los Chañaritos - Tránsito - Arroyito - El Fuertecito - El Tío - La Francia - Jeanmarie - San Francisco - Angélica - Saa Pereyra - Santo Tomé - Sauce Viejo - Coronda - Arocena - Barrancas - Monje - Maciel - Oliveros - Jesús María - San Lorenzo - Fray Luis Beltrán - Rosario - Posta de San Martín - Villa Constitución - San Nicolás - Conesa - Acevedo - Pergamino - Arrecifes - San Antonio de Areco - Pilar - Buenos Aires, Avenida General Paz - Buenos Aires, Autódromo Municipal
length 4402.7  km    2735.786  mi Total length (3)
length 662.4  km    411.608  mi 6th stage (3)




Location: - 34°00'00", - 58°00'00"
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Updates
Date Track layout Years Description by Map by Thanks to Note
July 17th 2012     Guido de Carli   Luis Alberto González New Description without map
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