Fraga confirms good performance defeating Serra and taking the pole in Curvelo

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Fraga confirms good performance defeating Serra and taking the pole in Curvelo

Felipe Fraga beat Daniel Serra to clinch sixth career pole position at Stock Car; championship leader will start in second position

Daniel Serra
Daniel Serra
Ricardo Maurício
Felipe Fraga
Rubens Barrichello
César Ramos
Guga Lima
Tuka Rocha
Marcos Gomes
Felipe Fraga

Felipe Fraga conquered, on Saturday (22), pole position for this Brazilian Stock Car round in Curvelo. The Cimed Racing driver, the current champion of the series, defeated Daniel Serra to set the sixth pole position.

In Q1, some strong names were in the way, like Rubens Barrichello, Valdeno Brito, Marcos Gomes and Antonio Pizzonia - the drivers of group B were harmed by the spin of Diego Nunes, who generated a red flag. The fastest was Julio Campos, followed by Felipe Fraga, who already showed that he would come strong in the fight for the first positions.

The Q2, quite disputed, saw Fraga be the fastest, with Daniel Serra, Ricardo Mauricio, Ricardo Zonta, Campos and Thiago Camilo the names that would dispute for the pole position. Max Wilson was one of the favorites who did not pass the decisive stage of the classification.

Already in Q3, Fraga - who was the last to enter the track, since he had been the fastest in Q2 - gave no chance to opponents, registering 1min22s244 and surpassing Serra by 0s071. Mauricio was third, Zonta the fourth, Camilo the fifth and Campos completed the top-6. Cacá Bueno departs in ninth and Barrichello will start in 19th place.

The starting grid

  1. 40 Felipe Fraga (Cimed Racing Team) - 1:22.244
  2. 29 Daniel Serra (Eurofarma RC) - 1:22.315
  3. 90 Ricardo Mauricio (Eurofarma RC) - 1:22.341
  4. 10 Ricardo Zonta (Shell Racing) - 1:22.643
  5. 21 Thiago Camilo (Ipiranga Racing) - 1:22.688
  6. 4 Julio Campos (Prati-Donaduzzi Racing) - 1:22.996
  7. 8 Rafael Suzuki (Cavaleiro Sports) - 1:22.322
  8. 65 Max Wilson (RCM Motorsport) - 1:22.359
  9. 0 Cacá Bueno (Cimed Racing) - 1:22.451
  10. 110 Felipe Lapenna (Cavaleiro Sports) - 1:22.488
  11. 51 Átila Abreu (Shell Racing) - 1:22.521
  12. 83 Gabriel Casagrande (Vogel Motorsport) - 1:22.533
  13. 46 Vitor Genz (Eisenbahn Racing Team) - 1:22.574
  14. 18 Allam Khodair (Full Time Sports) - 1:22.694
  15. 5 Denis Navarro (Cimed Racing Team) - 1:22.840
  16. 73 Sergio Jimenez (Bardahl Hot Car) - 1:22.837
  17. 30 Cesar Ramos (Blau Motorsport) - 1:22.915
  18. Galid Osman (Ipiranga Racing) - 1:22.947
  19. 111 Rubens Barrichello (Full Time Sports) - 1:22.957
  20. 70 Diego Nunes (Hero Motorsport) - 1:22.983
  21. 117 Guilherme Salas (Vogel Motorsport) - 1:23.117
  22. 80 Marcos Gomes (Cimed Racing) - 1:23.155
  23. 31 Marcio Campos (Blau Motorsport) - 1:23.205
  24. 44 Betinho Valério (Hero Motorsport) - 1:23.243
  25. 1 Antonio Pizzonia (Prati-Donaduzzi Racing) - 1:23.249
  26. 77 Valdeno Brito (Eisenbahn Racing Team) - 1:23.296
  27. 12 Lucas Foresti (Full Time Academy) - 1:23.388
  28. 25 Tuka Rocha (RCM Motorsport) - 1:23.659
  29. 9 Guga Lima (Bardahl Hot Car) - 1:23.703
  30. 3 Bia Figueiredo (Full Time Academy) - 1:23.766
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