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The Historical Argentine Grand Prix in numbers

Historical Argentine Grand Prize
Moisés Osman (Peugeot 404 from 1979). Photo: ACA Press

Between October 28 and November 4, the 15th edition of the Historical Argentine Grand Prize was held, a regular competition organized by the Automobile Club Argentino. Here are some numbers from this race that was defined in the last stage.

There were leaders in the GPAH 2017. They were the Paraguayan Esteban Gauto (VW Karman Ghia of 1962), Oscar Peñalva (Torino Coupe 380 of 1967), Manuel Urrea (Fiat 1500 Coupe 1968), Luis Galardi (Peugeot 404 of 1974) and Moisés Osman (Peugeot 404 from 1979).

Stages had the competition: Bragado (Buenos Aires) -Villa Gral. Belgrano (Córdoba), Villa Gral. Belgrano-San Miguel de Tucumán, San Miguel de Tucumán-Catamarca, Catamarca-San Juan, San Juan-Villa Gral. Belgrano and Villa Gral. Belgrano-Arrecifes (Buenos Aires).

Provinces of our country went through this edition of the GPAH. The caravan passed through Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Córdoba, Santiago del Estero, Tucumán, Catamarca, scene of the rest day; La Rioja, San Juan and San Luis.

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Moises Osman (Peugeot 404 from 1979) came to be at the end of the first stage. The Cordovan recovered in the next one after finishing fifth, he lost a place in the third, was third in the fourth, in the fifth he was already second and in the last he went to the forefront.

Hundredths was the difference between Moisés Osman (404 Peugeot 1979), winner of the race; and Luis Galardi (Peugeot 404 from 1974), his escort.

Vehicles started from Bragado, the starting point of the test.

Kilometers was the total route of the competition organized by the ACA.


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