Rally Argentina in detail

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The 37th edition of Rally Argentina begins this Thursday and will run until Sunday. Next, the detail of the route of the fifth round of the World Rally Championship.

THURSDAY
PE 1 | SUPER SPECIAL CÓRDOBA CITY (1,75 km / 19.08)
Unlike 2016, the 1,75-kilometer selective includes a dirt section, something that will undoubtedly benefit the show that will be offered by the hundred cars that are signed up for this competition. As well as watching WRCs corner with extreme precision, they can be seen turning two roundabouts twice before heading into the final part with a jump included.

FRIDAY
PE 2 and 6 | SAN AGUSTÍN-VILLA GENERAL BELGRANO (19,95 km / 8:38 and 15.02)
This section was run for the last time in 2008. It is characterized by being very stuck due to having a lot of curves. It is very technical and requires a lot of concentration. It is one of the most attractive specials of the day.

PE 3 and 7 | AMBOY-SANTA MÓNICA (20,44 km / 9.41 and 16.05)
Speed ​​and technique are essential to stand out. It is a very fast sector with many jumps at the end. The surface is soft, although in good condition so that the pilots put on a good show.

PE 4 and 8 | SANTA ROSA-SAN AGUSTÍN (23,85 km / 10.24 and 16.48)
It is a very attractive sector for the spectators. It is fast in the beginning and in the end. A few meters from the start is one of the most spectacular fords of the rally.

PE 5 and 9 | SUPER SPECIAL FERNET BRANCA (6,04 km / 12.29 and 19.08)
The circuit is located at the access to Villar Carlos Paz. It is very intricate, with fast corners and other slow speed ones. An imposing jump is added and the passage over a bridge where vehicles cross (one above and one below).

SATURDAY
PE 10 and 13 | TANTI-VILLA BUSTOS (20,80 km / 8.08 and 13.08)
It changes its meaning in relation to previous editions. This section is characterized because the beginning is within the community and on asphalt. The first kilometers are in continuous ascent and very stuck with crossing of fords. The second section is faster. The surface is sandy and with areas of stones.

PE 11 and 14 | LOS GIGANTES-QUARRY EL CÓNDOR (36,68 km / 9:21 and 14.21)
It is a fast course, although with some very stuck sectors where the driving technique will be crucial to set a good time and make a difference.

PE 12 and PE 15 | BOCA DE ARROYO-BAJO DEL PUNGO (20,52 km / 10.14 and 15.14)
This stage debuted last year at Rally Argentina and was very well received by the WRC drivers. It has a varied terrain with crossing fords and gates. It includes a jump in the middle of a straight in front of the Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary in Characato.

SUNDAY
PE 16 and 18 | EL CÓNDOR-COPINA (16,32 km / 9.13 and 12.18)
It is the great classic of the competition and the one that takes the largest audience. It has great places to follow the race from the top of the rocks. It is a fast partial in its entirety that crosses the picturesque and classic suspension bridges.

PE 17 | MINA CLAVERO-GIULIO CESARE (22,64 km / 10.56)
The segment is stuck and is disputed in its entirety on a rising slope. It has spectacular returns. Although the surface is firm, the passage of the first cars can leave loose stones.

 

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