Stock Car Brazil: Championship leader Serra is pole in Goiânia
Daniel Serra makes his ninth pole position in Stock Car Brazil career and fourth in 2017 season
As in the previous two rounds of the Stock Car in Buenos Aires and Tarumã, the qualifying session for Goiânia, the 12th stage of Stock Car's 2017 season, was marked by a particular duel between Daniel Serra and Thiago Camilo, first and second places of the championship respectively.
And just like in the Argentine round, pole position was Daniel Serra, who leads the championship with 289 points, ten more than the vice leader and main opponent in the fight for the title, Thiago Camilo.
The second position of the grid was with the champion of the Stock Car of 2015, Marcos Gomes, followed by Ricardo Maurício, in third. Ricardo Zonta, Thiago Camilo, and the Portuguese Antonio Felix da Costa finished in the top 6.
Check out the starting grid for tomorrow's race
|1||29||Daniel Serra||Eurofarma RC||1m24s270|
|2||80||Marcos Gomes||Cimed Racing||1m24s335|
|3||90||Ricardo Mauricio||Eurofarma RC||1m24s350|
|4||10||Ricardo Zonta||Shell Racing||1m24s357|
|5||21||Thiago Camilo||Ipiranga Racing||1m24s360|
|6||444||Antonio Felix da Costa||Hero Motorsport||1m24s446|
|7||5||Denis Navarro||Cimed Racing Team||1m24s413|
|8||111||Rubens Barrichello||Full Time Sports||1m24s446|
|9||65||Max Wilson||RCM Motorsport||1m24s451|
|10||28||Galid Osman||Ipiranga Racing||1m24s456|
|11||30||Cesar Ramos||Blau Motorsport||1m24s503|
|12||70||Diego Nunes||Hero Motorsport||1m24s506|
|13||40||Felipe Fraga||Cimed Racing Team||1m24s528|
|14||4||Julio Campos||Prati-Donaduzzi Racing||1m24s590|
|15||18||Allam Khodair||Full Time Sports||1m24s654|
|16||0||Cacá Bueno||Cimed Racing||1m24s430|
|17||51||Átila Abreu||Shell Racing||1m24s439|
|18||46||Vitor Genz||Eisenbahn Racing Team||1m24s454|
|19||12||Lucas Foresti||Full Time Academy||1m24s545|
|20||31||Marcio Campos||Blau Motorsport||1m24s558|
|21||110||Felipe Lapenna||Cavaleiro Sports||1m24s598|
|22||117||Guilherme Salas||Vogel Motorsport||1m24s604|
|23||73||Sergio Jimenez||Bardahl Hot Car||1m24s622|
|24||3||Bia Figueiredo||Full Time Academy||1m24s628|
|25||83||Gabriel Casagrande||Vogel Motorsport||1m24s629|
|26||77||Valdeno Brito||Eisenbahn Racing Team||1m24s740|
|27||8||Rafael Suzuki||Cavaleiro Sports||1m24s847|
|28||1||Antonio Pizzonia||Prati-Donaduzzi Racing||1m24s866|
|29||25||Tuka Rocha||RCM Motorsport||1m25s154|
|30||9||Guga Lima||Bardahl Hot Car||1m25s265|
Team Eurofarma RC celebrates two victories in Tarumã
Stock Car Brazil : Goiânia 500 has victories of Daniel Serra and Átila Abreu
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Former Ferrari Formula 1 star Rubens Barrichello swept the second round of the Brazilian Stock Car Pro Series at the Autodromo Ayrton Senna in Goiânia.
Gabriel Casagrande and Gabriel Robe were the winners of the season-opening Stock Car Pro Series Doubles Race at Interlagos, and while guest driver Pietro Fittipaldi starred there was no luck for Felipe Messa and Timo Glock as they teamed up.
After a season of strong international success, the premier series in Brazilian motorsport – Stock Car Pro Series – returns even stronger in 2022, and you can watch all the races live on Motorsport.tv.