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Turismo de carretera, Movie, 1968 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Huracanes en la carretera (Spain)

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2011-07-11 02:32


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Two races in the first part of the movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aBt_BsauXU

Another nice pics ;)
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Juan Manuel Fangio
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2011-07-11 19:36


Done. Excellent movie.

SteveWonder BR

2011-07-12 03:41


For anybody outside South America: Carretera = Group B with Hot Rods? :D


2011-07-12 04:01


SteveWonder wrote For anybody outside South America: Carretera = Group B with Hot Rods? :D

The first time, until the 60's yes. But with some changes in the 70's, have tracks and semi-permanents with more "Newer" cars (like the Torino, Falcon, Chevy, Dodge). And the SP (Sport Prototipo too). But since 1997 until now, only rides in circuits. Are very dangerous some races, like in the Andes, Cˇrdoba, and others.
And also, the "Buenos Aires-Caracas" race are the "south-american" Dakar in the early years of the XX century.

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carobserver MX

2011-07-13 02:00


very nice captures and image quality, for a movie like that and from that country ;)

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