200 Miles of Buenos Aires

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The 200 Miles of Buenos Aires was a non-championship race sports car event held in Autódromo Oscar Alfredo Gálvez, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The race was held on January 18, 1970, before the 1000 km Buenos Aires race.

The race, which did not grant championship points, was won by Andrea De Adamich and Piers Courage driving an Alfa Romeo 33.

Official results[edit]

Class winners in bold. Cars failing to complete 70% of the winner's distance marked as Not Classified (NC).

Position Class Number Team Drivers Chassis Engine Laps
1 6 Italy Autodelta United Kingdom Piers Courage
Italy Andrea de Adamich
Alfa Romeo T33/3 Alfa Romeo 3.0L V8
2 30 Sweden Sport Cars Brostrom United States Masten Gregory Porsche 908/02 Porsche 3.0L Flat-8
3 10 France Equipe Matra-Simca France Jean-Pierre Beltoise
France Henri Pescarolo
Matra-Simca MS630/650 Matra 3.0L V12
4 22 Sweden Ulf Norinder United Kingdom Jackie Oliver Lola T70 Mk. IIIB Chevrolet 4.9L V8
5 18 Sweden Ecurie Bonnier Sweden Jo Bonnier Lola T70 Mk. IIIB Chevrolet 4.9L V8
6 12 Spain Alex Soler-Roig Argentina Carlos Reutemann
Austria Jochen Rindt
Porsche 908/02 Porsche 3.0L Flat-8
7 34 Sweden Swedish Racing Team Germany Hans Laine
Netherlands Gijs van Lennep
Porsche 908/02 Porsche 3.0L Flat-8
8 4 Italy Autodelta Italy Nanni Galli
Germany Rolf Stommelen
Alfa Romeo T33/3 Alfa Romeo 3.0L V8
9 32 Germany Martini International Team Argentina Andrea Vianini
Germany Gerhard Koch
Porsche 908/02 Porsche 3.0L Flat-8
10 14 Spain Escuderia Montjuich Spain José Juncadella
Spain Juan Fernandez
Porsche 908/02 Porsche 3.0L Flat-8
11 26 United Kingdom David Piper Autoracing United Kingdom Chris Craft Lola T70 Mk. IIIB Chevrolet 4.9L V8
12 26 United Kingdom E.S.C.A. Zitro Switzerland Dominique Martin
United Kingdom Piers Forester
Ford GT40 Ford4.9L V8
13 52 United Kingdom David Prophet United Kingdom David Prophet Lola T70 Mk. IIIB Chevrolet 4.9L V8
DNF 2 Argentina Berta Argentina Rubén Luis di Palma
Argentina Carlos Marincovich
Berta LR Ford Ford
DNF 8 Italy Scuderia Serenissima United Kingdom Jonathan Williams
Italy Maurizio Montagnari
Serenissima

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