As an Argentinean I say Argentina.
We have always loved motorsports around here. Juan Manuel Fangio was just one of the many brave guys that started racing in Turismo Carretera in 1937, a motorsport series that’s still going and is Guiness Record for the oldest one living.
Argentina finished 1-2 in 1954, with Froilan Gonzalez coming 2nd to Fangio; the same Froilan that took a Ferrari to the win for the first time ever.
Argentina build once of the greatest tracks in F1 when they extended the original Oscar Alfredo Galvez Number 9 circuit and allowed F1 fans to enjoy drivers going nearly flat out through that very long loop after the esses, a proper speed circuit.
WRC, IRC, Dakar, World Sport cars, FIA GT, 4 national series racing every other weekend, one of the best touring series in the world (TC2000)… and a circuit that should allow F1, because it was done using the streets from a town in San Luis that go around a lake near an inactive volcano.
Just saying it sounds epic.