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2004 Stock Car Brasil season

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2004 Stock Car Brasil season
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The 2004 Stock Car Brasil was the 27th Stock Car Brasil season. It began on March 1 at the Curitiba and ended on November 28 at Interlagos, after twelve rounds.

Teams and drivers

All cars used Chevrolet Astra Stock Car chassis. All drivers were Brazilian-registered, except Gabriel Furlán, who raced under Argentine racing license.

Team No. Driver Rounds
Petrobras-Action Power 0 Cacá Bueno All
7 Thiago Marques All
Repsol-Boettger 1 David Muffato All
36 Raul Boesel All
Scuderia 111 2 Neto de Nigris 1–9, 11–12
42 Fabio Carreira 11
Gabriel Furlán 12
45 Giuseppe Vecci 7, 9–10
71 Paulo Bonifacio 10–12
99 Gualter Salles 1–2, 5–6
Texaco WB 3 Chico Serra All
4 Popó Bueno All
A.Jardim Competições 5 Adalberto Jardim 9–12
Nasr/Castroneves 5 Adalberto Jardim 1–8
41 Antonio Stefani 9–10
Alexandre Conill 11–12
50 Juliano Moro All
RS Competições 6 Alceu Feldmann All
Carlos Alves Competições 8 Carlos Alves All
80 Luiz Carreira All
ItuPetro RC 9 Giuliano Losacco All
25 Ricardo Etchenique 1–10
Luiz Paternostro 11–12
Filipaper/JF 10 Sandro Tannuri All
17 Ingo Hoffmann All
Avallone Motorsport 11 Nono Figueiredo All
12 Hoover Orsi All
P&B Racing 14 Wellington Justino 10–11
Maurizio Sandro Sala 12
88 Beto Giorgi 7–8
Medley-A.Mattheis 15 Antonio Jorge Neto All
27 Guto Negrão 1–10
Ricardo Mauricio 12
Bassani Pamplona 16 Wagner Ebrahim 1–2, 9–12
23 Duda Pamplona 3–9
97 Renato Jader David 12
Vogel Motorsport 20 André Bragantini 1–3, 5–12
21 Thiago Camilo All
Katalogo Racing 22 Paulo Gomes 1–7
37 Ricardo Maurico 1–4
Rodrigo Sperafico 5–12
45 Giuseppe Vecci 2–5
Motor3 Motorsport 26 Wellington Justino 1, 3–4
Giaffone Motorsport 28 Airton Daré All
43 Pedro Gomes All
Nascar Motorsport 33 Valdeno Brito 1–5
Felipe Maluhy 6–12
77 Aloysio de Andrade 1–2 10
Wagner Ebrahim 3–8
Gualter Salles 9
Aloysio de Andrade 10
Ricardo Etchenique 11–12
L&M Racing 33 Valdeno Brito 6–12
91 Henrique Favoretto 1–5
Famossul Motorsport 34 Matheus Greipel All
Hot Car Competições 42 Wanderley Reck, Jr. 11
Claudio Capparelli 12
Salmini Racing 57 Rodney Felicio All

References

This page was last edited on 30 October 2018, at 05:21
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