The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was carried out by a national engineer who is also an Environmental Steward for FIM. The EIA is a mandatory document at the national level which aims to identify, predict, assess, and mitigate potential environmental impacts that a project or activity may cause in the short, medium, and long term. It is a technical-administrative preventive procedure, as provided by Law No. 25.675, also known as the General Environmental Law, which authorises the competent environmental authority to issue environmental licenses. It is available at the event’s secretary upon request.
This competition takes place in various locations throughout San Juan. However, the paddock will remain the same throughout all events, which will be held at the San Juan Villicum Circuit located in Albardon, a town in the northern part of San Juan. The circuit is situated in a mountainous area with little vegetation. It is around 17 km from the capital city and is not a crowded area. The course is approved by FIA and FIM, which makes it an ideal location for this activity. The facilities available at the circuit include race control, security, water facilities, electricity, parking, a heliport, and a hospital. +events (Mas Eventos), the Organiser, the local Government entity Tourism and Culture, and the Secretary of State for Environment and Sustainable Development have been participating to improve this relationship before, during and after the event.
Respect for the National and local patrimony.
Local authorities will be coordinating to restrict access to the protected areas.
A designated spectator area has been established to enhance safety and protect the sensitives areas of the event.