Autódromo Internacional de Turagua Pancho Pepe Cróquer
|Major events||Comecaminos VW Club de Caracas|
|Length||2.29 km (1.42 mi)|
Coordinates: The Autódromo Internacional de Turagua Pancho Pepe Cróquer is a motor-racing venue in Venezuela, near Maracay. It was founded in 1972, and has a permanent closed circuit as well as a dragstrip. The circuit was named after Francisco José Cróquer, a distinguished sportscaster and racing driver who was popularly known as Pancho Pepe Cróquer.
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