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Auto Racing in South America

Rallies. Formula One, tracks, events, drivers, sponsors, schedules, competitions, and more about the world of auto racing.

Carlos Reutemann

Wikipedia entry - "Formula One racing driver from 1972 through 1982, and is now a politician in his native Argentina."

Dakar 2009 -- Argentina and Chile

The Dakar Rally was moved to South America for safety reasons, and the route promises to be as grueling as the traditional route in Dakar, Africa.

e-Tracks: World Motor Racing Circuits Guide

Click on South America, then on a country to view a list of major championships and circuits. Click on the circuit for specific information.

Emerson Fittipaldi

Wikipedia entry about the Brazilian race car driver.

Formula One

"Formula One, abbreviated to F1 and also known as Grand Prix racing, is the highest class of single-seat open-wheel auto racing."

How to Watch a Formula 1 Race - eHow.com

Tips about the cars, drivers and the races, plus links to racing sites.

Juan Pablo Montoya

Wikipedia entry about the Colombian Formula One driver.

Motor Racing Circuits Database

"Click on it's continent in the top frame to activate a list of countries in the side frame. Select the country from the side bar to bring up a list of circuits. All information for a circuit can then be displayed by clicking the circuit name." Plus list of circutis by type.

Rubens Barrichello

Wikipedia entry about this Brazilian Formula One driver.
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