The Jarama alloy wheel is named after the Circuito Permanente del Jarama (Permanent circuit of the Jarama) race course located just north of Madrid, Spain. The 3.404 km (2.115 miles) race circuit has hosted nine Formula One Spanish Grand Prix. The layout consists of a short straight and many tight corners which has made it a notoriously difficult circuit for overtaking. Gilles Villeneuve, racing for Ferrari, came second in the 1979 Grand Prix to teammate Jody Scheckter, and had his last victory at this Jarama Circuit in 1981, often regarded as his tactical masterpiece.
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