Description Circuit used for motorcycle, sidecar and car races.
It was mostly unpaved and rural, crossed some inhabited centers and had some short asphalted sections.
The indicated length is approximated because at that time it was not measured accurately and different sources reported different lenght. Moreover, possibly current configuration of those roads is slightly chenged from the one of the time.
It was closed due to the Buenos Aires Province decree of April 1933 (effective May 1st, 1933) which banned street racing of cars, motorcycles and bicycles.
Location Adrogué - Ministro Rivadavia - Rafael Calzada
B - Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires
Location Partido de Almirante Brown.
Departure in Adrogué on Avenida Espora (at the junction with Avenida San Martín), then went on until Calle 25 de Mayo entering the Minister Rivadavia. It went on Avenida República Argentina and on Avenida San Martín, entering Rafael Calzada, ang going back to the start/finish line.
Latitude - Longitude - 34°49'00"     - 58°22'40"
-34.816667     -58.377778
UTM Coordinates X = 373991.443  -  Y = 6146422.441  -  Zone 21H
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Altitude AMSL (approx) 25 m - 82 ft    (approx)
Inauguration May 19th 1929
Closing May 1st 1933
Sources and links (Translation) (**)
(1) Argentinian Spanish Viejas carreras en el cercano sur. Automovilismo Deportivo en Almirante Brown Author: Luis Alberto González - Published by: Nuestros Fierros - Published in: Buenos Aires, Argentina - year: 2020 - ISBN: 978-987-27299-6-7

(*) 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 Almirante Brown
Years 1929÷1933
Direction Anticlockwise   Anticlockwise
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit YES
Type Mixed (Dirt Road and asphalt)
Inauguration May 19th 1929
Closing May 1st 1933
Last update of this page February 25th 2021
Info last update  
Distinctive points Avenida Espora - Calle 25 de Mayo - Avenida República Argentina - Avenida San Martín - Avenida Espora
length (approx) 18000  m 59055  ft 11.185  mi Maximum (1)
length (approx) 17000  m 55774  ft 10.564  mi Minimum (1)

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February 25th 2021 Circuito Almirante Brown 1929÷1933 Guido de Carli   Luis Alberto González New Description without map
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