The Argentine GP is one of those races that you curse when you leave home because reaching Termas de Rio Hondo is a real nightmare. First there is the trip to Buenos Aires, which already one of the long ones. Once there, you have to transfer from one airport to another, about an hour or an hour and a half bus ride. The next flight is usually to Tucumán or Santiago del Estero, and from there an hour or an hour and a half drive to Termas … Yes, it is as endless as it sounds.
But I have to say that once there, it is one of the races that I like the most. The atmosphere in the small Termas is incredible, very ‘old style’. The city breathes GP in all its streets, fans arrive from all parts of South America, riding three, four thousand kilometers. Argentines, always passionate, live the GP to the fullest. The circuit is beautiful, the food very good -if you like meat, of course- … and Spanish is spoken!
That is, the Argentine GP is a totally recommended race if you have time, patience … and money. Because getting there is very expensive.