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Racing cars in Buenos Aires on 9 de Julio avenue

The 9 de Julio Avenue in Buenos Aires is often said to be the widest avenue in the world with twelve lanes and another two-lane road immediately next to it on each side. Whether it is actually the widest road in the world or not, it is without a doubt an impressive stretch of tarmac, and the perfect stage for the TC 2000 racing car display taking place there this weekend.

Racing cars in Buenos Aires

The Obelisco in Buenos Aires´ 9 de Julio Avenue


The center of Buenos Aires, including 9 de Julio and adjacent streets, will be closed to transit all weekend to allow space for the adrenalin-charged displays of the TC 2000. Some of Argentina´s best drivers will be revving up their engines and spinning their wheels against a back drop of some of Buenos Aires’ most important buildings and the emblematic Obelisco.  If racing cars are your thing then get thee to the center of the city (by Subte train) this weekend from 10am.

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