Not to be confused with Tandil, Hipódromo - Tandil, Mixto (1967) - Tandil, Panoramico (1977÷1992) - Tandil, Rutero (1950÷1951)
Location Tandil
B - Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires
Latitude - Longitude - 37°21'51"     - 59°07'49"
-37.364167     -59.130278
UTM Coordinates X = 311352.457  -  Y = 5862599.277  -  Zone 21H
Aerial photo / Map (*) Aerial photo / Map (*) OpenStreetMap  -   Aerial photo / Map (*) Google Maps  -   Aerial photo / Map (*) Bing Maps  -   Aerial photo / Map (*) Flash Earth  -   Aerial photo / Map (*) Wikimapia
Altitude AMSL 190 m - 623 ft
Inauguration December 7th 1952
Closing November 13th 1966
Sources and links (Translation) (**)
(1) Argentinian Spanish Turismo de Carretera. 70 años de una pasión Author: Roberto Berasategu & Mauro Feito - Published by: Planeta - Published in: Argentina - year: 2009
(2) Argentinian Spanish Historia Deportiva del Automovilismo Argentino Author: Alfredo Parga - Published by: La Nación - Published in: Argentina - year: 1995
(3) Argentinian Spanish Manual, Guia, Enciclopedia, Cronica y Diccionario del Automovilismo Author: Alberto del Priore - Published by: Argentina Editorial IRCLA - Published in: Argentina - year: 1971
(4) Argentinian Spanish ForumForum --> Latin America --> Argentina --> Circuitos Argentinos [ESP] (with description and map)
(5) Argentinian Spanish list of all Turismo Carretera events (Argentinian Touring Car Championship)
(6) Argentinian Spanish list of all Turismo Carretera events (Argentinian Touring Car Championship)
(7) English layout
(8) English (...)The Motorsport Memorial
(9) Argentinian Spanish El Gráfico 2092/1959 [Publishing date: October 28th 1959]
(10) Argentinian Spanish [Publishing date: November 16th 1964]
(11) Argentinian Spanish Automundo 34/1965 [Publishing date: November 17th 1965]
(12) Argentinian Spanish Parabrisas Corsa 29/1966 [Publishing date: November 8th 1966]
(13) Argentinian Spanish Parabrisas Corsa 30/1966 [Publishing date: November 15th 1966]
(14) Argentinian Spanish Automundo 131/1967 [Publishing date: November 7th 1967]
(15) Argentinian Spanish Automundo 132/1967 [Publishing date: November 14th 1967]
(16) Argentinian Spanish Automundo 138/1967 [Publishing date: December 26th 1967]
(17) Argentinian Spanish Corsa 1279/1990 [Publishing date: December 19th 1990]
(18) Argentinian Spanish Corsa 1339/1992 [Publishing date: March 5th 1992]
(19) Argentinian Spanish Corsa 1341/1992 [Publishing date: March 18th 1992]

(*) 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.

Circuito Serrano, Vuelta de la Carrettera
Description Track reconstruction I made could be a little approximated, moreover in Tandil
Years 1952÷1966
Direction Anticlockwise   Anticlockwise
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Road course
Inauguration December 7th 1952
Closing November 13th 1966
Last update of this page November 29th 2010
Info last update  
Distinctive points Tandil (Centro de la Ciudad) - La Porteña - Curva de Scarminacci - Ruta Provincial 74 - Cruce La Vasconia - Ruta Nacional 226 - Hostería Salto de Piedra - Ingreso Golf Club - Tandil (Centro de la Ciudad)
length 47.8  km    29.702  mi   (11)
length 47.377  km    29.439  mi Calculated from aerial photo (*) (7)

Tandil: Circuito Serrano, Vuelta de la Carrettera (1952÷1966)

Tandil: Circuito Serrano, Vuelta de la Carrettera (1952÷1966)

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Date Track layout Years Description by Map by Thanks to Note
November 29th 2010 Circuito Serrano, Vuelta de la Carrettera 1952÷1966 Guido de Carli Guido de Carli Luis Alberto González New Description with map
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