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Not to be confused with Castelfusano - Circuito Ostiense - Roma (1912) - Roma, Acqua Traversa - Roma, Colle Ferro - Roma, EUR (Formula E) - Roma, EUR F.1 (1985) - Roma, EUR F.1 (201x) - Roma, Grotta Perfetta - Roma, Monte Mario - Roma, Parioli / Valle Giulia - Roma, Pista del Littorio - Roma, Prenestino - Roma, Terme di Caracalla - Roma, Tre Monti - Torricola
Description Street circuit used from 1928 to 1931. Start/finish line was near Ponte della Magliana (Magliana Bridge), on Via Ostiense. I don’t know if the circuit was run clockwise or anticlockwise.
In the same area there are Roma EUR circuits proposed in 1985 and 2011.
Location Roma EUR
RM - Roma - Lazio
Location In 1920s and 1930s it was outside Rome; today inside the circuit there is EUR quarter
Latitude - Longitude + 41°50'18"     + 12°27'33"
41.838333     12.459167
UTM Coordinates X = 289034.732  -  Y = 4634948.05  -  Zone 33T
Aerial photo / Map (*)  Google Maps  -    Bing Maps  -    Flash Earth  -   Aerial photo / Map (*) Portale Cartografico Nazionale  -   Aerial photo / Map (*) Visual Pagine Gialle
Altitude AMSL 23 m - 75 ft
Inauguration 1928
Closing 1930
Sources and links (Translation) (**)
(1) Bosnia-Herzegovina Atlante delle Strade d’Italia, Automobil Club di Milano, Terza Edizione Published by: Automobil Club di Milano - Published in: Milano, Italia - year: 1930
City map
(2)   web Bulletin Board --> The Nostalgia Forum --> Tre Fontane
(4) (...) Bulletin Board --> The Nostalgia Forum --> Tre Fontane
(5) Formula One Homepage of Grand Prix Results and History
(6) Formula One Homepage of Grand Prix Results and History
(8) (...)
(9) Nuvolari’s official website
(10) Italian Autosprint 11/1984 (page 87)Circuito "storico" e revival 1984 a confronto

(*) NOTE: a complete and detailed view of the circuit can be found (if available) on Street View by Google Maps and/or Bird's Eye and 3D views by Bing Maps for Enterprise (former Microsoft Virtual Earth): both can be reached using their own link in Aerial photo / Map cell.

(**) For on-line not-English speaking sources, click on each small flag and you open the corresponding Google Translator page with automatic translation.

Tre Fontane
Years 1928÷1930
Direction Clockwise   Clockwise
Progetto Proposal NO
No longer operational YES
Car Circuit YES
Motorbike circuit  
Type Street course
Inauguration 1928
Closing 1930
Last update of this page April 22nd 2006
Info last update  
Distinctive points via Ostiense - Via delle Tre Fontane - Via Laurentina - via di Acqua Cetosa Ostiense - via di Decima
length 12300  m 40354  ft 7.643  mi   (8)
length 13000  m 42651  ft 8.078  mi   (6)
length 13035  m 42766  ft 8.1  mi   (5)
length 13050  m 42815  ft 8.109  mi   (9)

Roma, Tre Fontane

Roma, Tre Fontane

Roma, Tre Fontane

Location: + 41°50'18", + 12°27'33"
If the aerial photo is not visible, you have to zoom out by clicking (maybe more then once) button ’-’ in top left corner

Date Track layout Years Description by Map by Thanks to Note
October 7th 2009 Tre Fontane 1928÷1930 Guido de Carli   Davide Grappolo Update Description
January 12th 2004 Tre Fontane 1928÷1930 Guido de Carli Guido de Carli   Update Description with map
January 7th 2004 Tre Fontane 1928÷1930 Guido de Carli     New Description without map
Not all eventual updates issued in last years are already visible in this list

Guido de Carli

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