If you consider yourself to be a fiery person, I recommend these five places to visit in the City of Buenos Aires.
1- MONUMENT TO FANGIO
It is located in the Blvd. A. Villaflor and Juana Manso, in Puerto Madero. Life-size, it represents Juan Manuel Fangio posing next to a Mercedes-Benz W196. It was made by the Catalan artist Joaquim Ros Sabaté, who made similar works that are found on the circuits of Montmeló (Spain), Nurburgring (Germany), Monza (Italy) and in Montecarlo (Monaco).
2- MAIN DOOR OF THE BUENOS AIRES AUTODROME
The entrance to the Buenos Aires racetrack, which is located in Av. Roca and General PazNot only stands out for the famous Arch of door 1, but also for the immense mural painted by Jorge Ferreryra Basso in which the most representative faces and cars of the Gálvez brothers, Juan Manuel Fangio and José Froilán González stand out.
3- AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM
Located at Irigoyen 2265, in Villa Real, is open Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 14 to 19 pm. Its collection highlights the evolution of the automobile, its foray into the sporting arena and the exploits of the main Argentine drivers. There are several articles that recall the great Oscar Gálvez.
4- THE CLUB ARGENTINO AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM
Located at the ACA headquarters (Av. Libertador 1850) has a small collection of vintage vehicles. Among them there are some who belonged to the team that the entity had in Formula 2. There are also photos, trophies and pieces that belonged to great drivers of Argentine motorsport.
5- THE COFFEE THE CONNECTOR
It is located on the corner of the Quintana Avenue and Roberto Marcelino Ortíz Street, in the Recoleta neighborhood. Inside are black and white photos of great motorsport champions, along with a wide variety of souvenirs well "nuts" that include radiators, connecting rods, lamps and horns. It was visited by illustrious motor sport protagonists such as Juan Manuel Fangio, José Froilán González, Juan Gálvez, Emerson Fittipaldi and Jackie Stewart.