Historical Grand Prize: Curves and counter curves in an impressive landscape

From Potrero de los Funes

With the focus on the road book, speed bumps, crossroads, curves and counter curves, control points, timed tests and other physical references of passage typical of regularity races, but also on the temperature and mainly in the brakes, very required in the vertiginous descents, the cars that compete in the XVIII edition of the Historical Argentine Grand Prix completed this Tuesday the 302 kilometers of the second stage, which climbed to 1,731 meters in Cerro El Amago and concluded in the city of San Luis, with passes through the mountain towns of El Trapiche, Dique La Florida, La Carolina, San Francisco del Monte de Oro, Villa General Roca, San Gerónimo and Balde.

After the second stage, the cars number 508 (Peugeot 404, 1979) of Moises and Maximiliano Osman lead the general classification; followed by car 504 (Peugeot 404, 1971) of Miguel Gómez Fernández and Cristian Fernández; and the car 528 (Peugeot 404, 1973) of Carlos Lareu and Virginia Schmidt. On Wednesday the third stage will be run, which will link Potrero de los Funes with the towns of El Durazno, El Trapiche, La Carolina, Potrerillo, La Toma, Saladillo and El Volcán for a total of 280 kilometers of route.


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