Not to be confused with Bahía Blanca, Aldea Romana, Ezequiel Crisol - Bahía Blanca, Base Contraalmirante Espora
Description Circuit opened in 1958 as Autódromo de Villa Bordeu. On April 16th 1967 it was renamed Autódromo Carlos J.Martín, after the driver died after a crash occurred during F.3 race at Mar del Plata, Golf Club circuit, on January 29th 1967.
The track have been closed for decades
Location Villa Bordeu, Bahía Blanca
B - Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires
Location On National Road 33
Latitude - Longitude - 38°41'58"     - 62°20'00"
-38.699444     -62.333333
UTM Coordinates X = 557971.581  -  Y = 5716364.703  -  Zone 20H
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 16 m - 52 ft
Inauguration November 23rd 1958
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 Manual, Guia, Enciclopedia, Cronica y Diccionario del Automovilismo Author: Alberto del Priore - Published by: Argentina Editorial IRCLA - Published in: Argentina - year: 1971
(3) Argentinian Spanish ForumForum --> Latin America --> Argentina --> Circuitos Argentinos [ESP]
(4) Argentinian Spanish (...)
(5) English Motorsport Memorial
(6) Argentinian Spanish Automundo 82/1966 [Publishing date: November 29th 1966]
(7) Argentinian Spanish Automundo 102/1967 [Publishing date: April 18th 1967]
(8) Argentinian Spanish Automundo 162/1968 [Publishing date: June 11th 1968]

(*) 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.

Autódromo de Villa Bordeu / Autódromo Carlos J.Martín
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit YES
Inauguration November 23rd 1958
Last update of this page June 21st 2011
Info last update  
Distinctive points  
length 1950  m 6398  ft 1.212  mi   (3)
length 1955  m 6414  ft 1.215  mi Calculated from aerial photo (*)  

Bahía Blanca: Autódromo de Villa Bordeu / Autódromo Carlos J.Martín

Bahía Blanca: Autódromo de Villa Bordeu / Autódromo Carlos J.Martín

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Date Track layout Years Description by Map by Thanks to Note
July 7th 2011 Autódromo de Villa Bordeu / Autódromo Carlos J.Martín   Guido de Carli Michel Marti Michel Marti Update Description with map
June 22nd 2011 Autódromo de Villa Bordeu / Autódromo Carlos J.Martín   Guido de Carli Guido de Carli Luis Alberto González New Description with map
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