BMW Group Classic Races 3 Historic Cars in Argentina

Today is the big day for the "1000 Millas Sport" event in Argentina, as 3 classic BMW cars will line-up at the event's starting grid, celebrating the 25th edition of South America's most famous classic car rally.
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Between the 14th and 16th of this month, the audience will get to see the famous BMW 328 Kamm racing saloon, a BMW 2000 CS and a BMW 3.0 CS. The foremost will also be celebrating 70 years since the first BMW racing success was recorded.

The event, as always, will be organized and host by the Club de Automoviles Sport and sponsored by FIVA (world federation of historic vehicle clubs) and will be seeing participants from 14 nations.

The route will be going through the Patagonian landscape, starting in San Carlos de Bariloche go along Lake Nahuel Huapi and then over the border into Chile going parallel to the Andes and up to the northern village of JUnin de los Andes, then al the way back.

As you probably already noticed, the route is not easy to cover, not even with some modern cars and yet BMW Group Classic want to cover it with cars that are 40 years old at the least, a proper statement to the way German engineering works and keeps working even after decades.
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