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Autódromo Ciudad de Rafaela

Autódromo Ciudad de Rafaela
Location Rafaela, Santa Fe, Argentina
Time zone ART (UTC-3)
Capacity approx. 2,200
Owner Atlético de Rafaela
Broke ground 1952
Opened May 23, 1954
Major events 500 Millas Argentinas
Rafaela Indy 300
Oval
Surface Asphalt (since 1966)
Length 4.624 km (2.873 mi)
Turns 4
Road Course (Ing. Juan R. Báscolo)
Surface Asphalt
Length 3.050 km (1.895 mi)
Turns 12

The Autódromo Ciudad de Rafaela is a motor racing circuit in Rafaela, Santa Fe, Argentina built in 1952 and paved in 1966. The venue - owned by Atlético de Rafaela - hosted the 500 Millas Argentinas race until 1971. The USAC Rafaela Indy 300 race was held at the Autódromo in 1971, won by Al Unser in a Colt-Ford Turbo. Current major race series using the circuit include TC2000, Turismo Carretera, TRV6, Formula Three Sudamericana, and the South American Super Touring Car Championship.

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