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2015 Stock Car Brasil season

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2015 Stock Car Brasil season
Previous: 2014 Next: 2016
2015 Stock Car Brasil event:
2015 Brasileiro de Marcas
2015 Formula 3 Brasil
2015 Brasileiro de Turismo
2015 Mercedes-Benz Challenge

The 2015 Circuito Schin Stock Car Brasil season was the thirty-seventh season of the Stock Car Brasil. The season began at the Goiânia in March and ended at the Interlagos in December. The 2015 Stock Car Brasil consists of four main support championships which support the championship at almost every round, along with several smaller championships supporting one or two events. Marcos Gomes was the champion of the season.

Teams and drivers

Season entries
Manufacturer Team No. Driver Rounds
Chevrolet Sonic Red Bull Racing 0 Brazil Cacá Bueno 1–5, 7–12
29 Brazil Daniel Serra All
91 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor[1] 6
Vogel Motorsport 5 Brazil Denis Navarro All
70 Brazil Diego Nunes All
RZ Motorsport 8 Brazil Rafael Suzuki All
14 Brazil Luciano Burti All
ProGP 9 Brazil Gustavo Lima 5–12
33 Brazil Felipe Maluhy 1
Shell Racing 10 Brazil Ricardo Zonta All
77 Brazil Valdeno Brito All
AMG Motorsport 12 Brazil Lucas Foresti 1–11
42 Brazil Constantino Júnior 12
51 Brazil Átila Abreu All
Bardahl Hot Car 16 Argentina Mauro Giallombardo 10–11
26 Brazil Raphael Abbate All
69 Brazil Beto Monteiro 12
72 Brazil Fábio Fogaça[2] 1–9
Full Time Sports 118 Brazil Allam Khodair All
111 Brazil Rubens Barrichello All
Ipiranga-RCM 21 Brazil Thiago Camilo All
28 Brazil Galid Osman All
Eurofarma RC 65 Brazil Max Wilson All
90 Brazil Ricardo Maurício All
C2 Team 73 Brazil Sérgio Jimenez All
83 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande All
Peugeot 408 Prati-Donaduzzi 1 Brazil Antônio Pizzonia All
4 Brazil Júlio Campos All
Schin Racing Team 2 Brazil Raphael Matos 1–11
63 Argentina Néstor Girolami 12
110 Brazil Felipe Lapenna All
União Química Bassani 3 Brazil Bia Figueiredo All
25 Brazil Tuka Rocha All
Cavaleiro Racing 11 Brazil César Ramos All
74 Brazil Popó Bueno All
Boettger Competições 46 Brazil Vítor Genz All
66 Brazil Felipe Guimarães 10–12
82 Brazil Alceu Feldmann 1
777 Brazil Pedro Boesel 7
Voxx Racing 80 Brazil Marcos Gomes All
88 Brazil Felipe Fraga All

Team changes

  • AMG Motorsport return for the official name after Mobil reduced support in the team.
  • Hanier Racing is now called Cavaleiro Racing with the acquisition of 100% of corporate shares by Beto Cavaleiro. Textiles Hanier left the championship.
  • ProGP scaled back to a single car operation.
  • RC3 Bassani returned to operating as a two-car team and the team changed name to União Química Bassani for sponsorship reasons.

Driver changes

Changed teams

  • Popó Bueno left Shell Racing and joined Total Racing.
  • Luciano Burti changed teams from Vogel Motorsport to RZ Motorsport.
  • Fábio Fogaça left the Schin Racing Team and moved to Hot Car Competições.
  • Alceu Feldmann returned to Boettger Competições, having competed for the team from 2005 to 2009.
  • Bia Figueiredo and Rafael Suzuki, who raced for ProGP in 2014, will join União Química Racing and RZ Motorsport respectively.
  • Lucas Foresti switched from RC3 Bassani to AMG Motorsport.
  • Felipe Fraga and Marcos Gomes joined Voxx Racing, leaving Vogel Motorsport and the Schin Racing Team respectively.
  • Sérgio Jimenez left Voxx Racing to race for the Axalta C2 Team.
  • Felipe Lapenna and Raphael Matos left Hot Car Competições to join the Schin Racing Team.
  • Denis Navarro and Diego Nunes joined Vogel Motorsport, leaving Voxx Racing and the Axalta C2 Team respectively.
  • Tuka Rocha left RZ Motorsport and moved to União Quimica Racing.
  • After seven seasons racing for his own team, Ricardo Zonta switched to Shell Racing.

Entering/re-entering the series

Leaving the series

  • Beto Cavaleiro will not return to the series in 2015, and will focus on running the Cavaleiro Racing.
  • Nonô Figueiredo announced his retirement from Stock Car after three wins and fifteen seasons.
  • Lico Kaesemodel, Felipe Tozzo, Mauri Zacarelli, Wellington Justino, Felipe Gama and Vicente Orige competed part-time in 2014 and will not return in 2015.

In-season changes

  • After first round ProGP did not compete until fourth round, returning at fifth round with the rookie Gustavo Lima.
  • Alceu Feldmann leaves Boettger Competições after first round. Boettger return to operate two cars in seventh round with Pedro Boesel and the last three rounds with Felipe Guimarães.
  • Cacá Bueno had been suspended in court after offending the marshals on team radio after his victory in the first race at Ribeirão Preto - when he crossed the line, he kept racing in front of Marcos Gomes because the chequered flag was not waved at neither of them in the occasion by mistake. After competing in the first round as a wildcard driver, Laurens Vanthoor replaces Bueno at Red Bull Racing.
  • Fábio Fogaça was fired on Hot Car Competições after nine round for poor results, in his place the team called the Argentine driver Mauro Giallombardo for two rounds and Fórmula Truck champion Beto Monteiro for the last round.
  • Constantino Júnior return for Stock Car in last round replacing your nephew Lucas Foresti in AMG Motorsport after Foresti received a 30 days preventive suspension for doping.
  • Raphael Matos also was suspended for the same reason of Foresti. In his place Schin Racing Team called Argentine driver Néstor Girolami two time Super TC 2000 champion and winner of Stock Car All Star Race at Interlagos with Ricardo Mauricio.

Race calendar and results

The provisional 2015 schedule was announced on 18 November 2014. The seventh edition of the Schin Million was held on August 16 in Goiânia; the season will be contested over twenty-one races at twelve rounds, with the first round – also to be held in Goiânia – being contested by two-driver entries with wildcard drivers. The Ribeirão Preto street circuit will return to the series after one year off the schedule, and will be held in April. Later in the season, it was announced that the race on the Salvador street circuit was to be replaced by a race at Curitiba. All races were held in Brazil.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna March 22 Brazil Átila Abreu
Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr.
Brazil Ricardo Maurício
Argentina Néstor Girolami
Brazil Ricardo Maurício
Argentina Néstor Girolami
Eurofarma RC
2 R1 Ribeirão Preto Street Circuit April 5 Brazil Max Wilson Brazil Raphael Matos Brazil Cacá Bueno Red Bull Racing
R2 Brazil Vítor Genz Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Tuka Rocha União Química Racing
3 R1 Velopark, Nova Santa Rita April 26 Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Daniel Serra Red Bull Racing
R2 Brazil Max Wilson Brazil Ricardo Maurício Brazil Max Wilson Eurofarma RC
4 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba May 31 Brazil Galid Osman Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Daniel Serra Red Bull Racing
R2 Brazil Valdeno Brito Brazil Lucas Foresti Brazil Júlio Campos Prati-Donaduzzi
5 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Santa Cruz do Sul June 28 Brazil Valdeno Brito Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Marcos Gomes Voxx Racing
R2 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Valdeno Brito Shell Racing
6 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba August 2 Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Marcos Gomes Voxx Racing
R2 Brazil Max Wilson Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Sérgio Jimenez Axalta C2 Team
7 Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna August 16 Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga-RCM
8 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Cascavel August 30 Brazil Valdeno Brito Brazil Valdeno Brito Brazil Valdeno Brito Shell Racing
R2 Brazil Diego Nunes Brazil Ricardo Maurício Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga-RCM
9 R1 Autódromo Internacional Orlando Moura September 13 Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Allam Khodair Brazil Marcos Gomes Voxx Racing
R2 Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Ricardo Maurício Brazil Felipe Fraga Voxx Racing
10 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba October 18 Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Lucas Foresti Brazil Lucas Foresti AMG Motorsport
R2 Brazil Denis Navarro Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Max Wilson Eurofarma RC
11 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Tarumã November 8 Brazil Allam Khodair Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Allam Khodair Full Time Sports
R2 Brazil Vítor Genz Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Cacá Bueno Red Bull Racing
12 Autódromo José Carlos Pace December 13 Brazil Valdeno Brito Brazil Átila Abreu Brazil Átila Abreu AMG Motorsport

Championship standings

Points system

Points were awarded for each race at an event, to the driver/s of a car that completed at least 75% of the race distance and was running at the completion of the race, up to a maximum of 48 points per event.

Points format Position
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th
Dual race 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Feature races 24 20 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Sprint races 15 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Final race 48 40 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2
  • Dual Race: Used for the first round with Wildcard drivers.
  • Feature races: Used for the first race of each event and the Stock Car Million race.
  • Sprint races: Used for the second race of each event, with partially reversed (top ten) grid.
  • Final race: Used for the last round of the season with double points.

Drivers' Championship

Pos Driver GOI RBP VEL CUR SCZ CUR GOI CAS MS CUR TAR INT Pts
1 Brazil Marcos Gomes 2 2 DSQ 2 18 2 13 1 5 1 5 4 6 6 1 11 Ret 4 3 11 22 242
2 Brazil Cacá Bueno 4 1 Ret 5 2 7 5 6 3 [N 1] 9 5 5 10 2 13 Ret 9 1 20 212
3 Brazil Thiago Camilo 5 5 15 12 10 3 12 18 10 Ret DNS 1 7 1 3 17 6 3 Ret Ret 7 193
4 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 14 8 6 4 5 9 2 3 Ret 11 8 20 23 10 5 4 12 6 6 2 Ret 188
5 Brazil Allam Khodair 3 9 12 7 14 Ret 21 2 9 2 Ret Ret 3 7 2 7 2 Ret 1 Ret Ret 184
6 Brazil Daniel Serra 12 Ret DNS 1 4 1 Ret 10 2 3 4 2 25 DNS 7 6 Ret Ret 8 3 Ret 181
7 Brazil Ricardo Maurício 1 4 Ret 6 20 Ret Ret 4 6 DSQ DSQ Ret 4 3 4 3 3 2 7 Ret Ret 173
8 Brazil Max Wilson 6 6 Ret 10 1 Ret DNS 5 4 11 6 6 27 12 8 5 11 1 Ret 14 Ret 162
9 Brazil Felipe Fraga 7 14 DNS 14 DNS 15 15 11 22 Ret DNS 5 12 13 6 1 Ret 5 2 Ret 3 159
10 Brazil Átila Abreu 28 19 3 16 22 16 6 13 Ret 4 Ret 11 9 DNS 14 13 DSQ 11 17 5 1 155
11 Brazil Júlio Campos 9 3 8 3 3 8 1 Ret 16 5 2 16 29 DNS 9 20 15 8 Ret 7 Ret 154
12 Brazil Valdeno Brito 8 DSQ Ret 11 Ret 10 18 8 1 DSQ EX 7 1 2 12 9 21 Ret 4 4 Ret 148
13 Brazil Ricardo Zonta 21 Ret Ret 13 8 24 Ret 12 14 6 18 3 2 14 11 12 Ret 9 5 9 8 147
14 Brazil Diego Nunes Ret 11 14 8 DNS 11 17 Ret DNS 7 3 10 10 9 19 DNS Ret 14 13 Ret 2 139
15 Brazil Vitor Genz 17 10 7 22 9 Ret DNS 15 12 21 12 18 13 4 21 16 5 20 10 10 5 124
16 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande 20 DSQ 10 Ret 7 13 23 9 7 Ret 7 24 22 DNS 18 14 8 Ret 11 Ret 4 110
17 Brazil Sérgio Jimenez 10 13 2 9 16 22 DNS Ret 13 9 1 Ret 8 Ret 13 8 14 10 18 Ret 21 108
18 Brazil Antônio Pizzonia 25 12 9 24 12 4 11 Ret Ret 14 9 17 26 11 16 Ret 18 7 14 13 16 95
19 Brazil Luciano Burti 16 21 5 Ret 13 12 16 Ret 11 20 13 Ret 16 8 20 10 4 21 12 15 11 93
20 Brazil Galid Osman 11 7 13 Ret 21 5 14 14 17 8 17 14 Ret DNS Ret 21 Ret 13 15 Ret 10 92
21 Brazil Denis Navarro Ret 24 4 Ret 23 14 19 7 20 22 Ret 21 15 26 Ret DNS 10 Ret Ret 16 6 79
22 Brazil César Ramos Ret Ret Ret Ret DNS 18 7 22 8 Ret DNS 12 17 16 Ret Ret 20 12 Ret 8 9 66
23 Brazil Tuka Rocha 26 15 1 Ret Ret 23 9 21 Ret 18 10 15 30 DNS Ret Ret 9 19 20 18 19 58
24 Brazil Raphael Matos 13 18 Ret 17 Ret 6 20 16 19 Ret DNS 8 11 25 Ret DNS Ret Ret 16 Ret 55
25 Brazil Popó Bueno Ret Ret Ret 21 11 17 3 Ret DNS 12 16 Ret 31 19 Ret 22 Ret 16 Ret 6 14 52
26 Brazil Lucas Foresti 15 Ret Ret 20 15 Ret 4 Ret Ret 15 15 13 18 18 Ret DNS 1 18 22 Ret 53
27 Brazil Rafael Suzuki 27 16 11 15 19 19 22 19 18 13 11 19 28 15 17 18 7 17 Ret DNS Ret 51
28 Brazil Felipe Lapenna 23 17 Ret 18 6 Ret DNS Ret Ret Ret DNS 26 14 24 15 23 17 Ret 21 12 17 44
29 Brazil Raphael Abbate 22 22 16 19 DNS 21 8 17 21 16 14 27 21 21 22 15 16 Ret Ret Ret 13 40
30 Brazil Felipe Guimarães 19 15 Ret Ret 15 14
31 Brazil Bia Figueiredo 19 20 DNS 23 17 20 10 24 DNS Ret DNS Ret 24 22 Ret DNS Ret Ret 23 Ret 18 13
32 Brazil Gustavo Lima 23 15 17 Ret 25 20 20 23 19 22 Ret Ret 17 DSQ 5
33 Brazil Fábio Fogaça 24 23 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret DNS 22 19 17 Ret DNS 3
34 Argentina Mauro Giallombardo Ret Ret 19 19 2
35 Belgium Laurens Vanthoor 8 19 Ret 2
Brazil Alceu Feldmann 18 0
Brazil Pedro Boesel 23 0
Brazil Felipe Maluhy Ret 0
Guest drivers ineligible to score points
Argentina Néstor Girolami 1 12
Australia Mark Winterbottom 2
Portugal António Félix da Costa 3
Argentina José María López 4
Brazil Lucas di Grassi 5
Brazil Vítor Meira 6
Portugal Álvaro Parente 7
France Nicolas Prost 9
Brazil Fábio Carbone 10
Brazil Beto Monteiro 11 Ret
Brazil Chico Serra 12
Brazil David Muffato 13
Brazil Ingo Hoffmann 14
Brazil Luiz Razia 15
Spain Jaime Alguersuari 16
Brazil Matheus Stumpf 17
Argentina Ezequiel Bosio 18
Argentina Matias Milla 19
Brazil Enrique Bernoldi 20
Canada Jacques Villeneuve 21
Brazil Nicolas Costa 22
Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi 23
Brazil Leandro Totti 24
Brazil Bruno Senna 25
New Zealand Chris van der Drift 26
Mexico Antonio Pérez 27†
Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr. 28
Brazil Guilherme Salas Ret
Brazil Ricardo Rosset Ret
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch Ret
Brazil Felipe Giaffone Ret
Brazil Xandinho Negrão Ret
Brazil Constantino Júnior Ret
Pos Driver GOI RBP VEL CUR SCZ CUR GOI CAS MS CUR TAR INT Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole position
Italics – Fastest lap
† – Retired, but classified

Notes
  1. ^ Bueno was suspended after offending the marshals on team radio after his victory in the first race at Ribeirão Preto - when he crossed the line, he kept racing in front of Marcos Gomes because the chequered flag was not waved at neither of them in the occasion by mistake. Because of the suspension, Laurens Vanthoor's participation in the second Curibita round is not as a guest driver (ineligible for points), but as a regular driver (racing for points).

Teams' Championship

Pos Team No. GOI RBP VEL CUR SCZ CUR GOI CAS MS CUR TAR INT Pts
1 Red Bull Racing 0 4 1 Ret 5 2 7 5 6 3 197
29 12 Ret DNS 1 4 1 Ret 10 2
2 Full Time Sports 18 3 9 12 7 14 Ret 21† 2 9 158
111 14 8 6 4 5 9 2 3 Ret
3 Eurofarma RC 65 6 6 Ret 10 1 Ret DNS 5 4 145
90 1 4 Ret 6 20 NC Ret 4 6
4 Voxx Racing 80 2 2 DSQ 2 18 2 13 1 5 143
88 7 14 DNS 14 DNS 15 15 11 22
5 Prati-Donaduzzi 1 25 12 9 24 12 4 11 NC Ret 126
4 9 3 8 3 3 8 1 NC 16
6 Ipiranga-RCM 21 5 5 15 12 10 3 12 18 10 109
28 11 7 13 NC 21† 5 14 14 17
7 Shell Racing 10 21 NC Ret 13 8 24 Ret 12 14 79
77 8 DSQ Ret 11 Ret 10 18 8 1
Axalta C2 Team 73 10 13 2 9 16 22† DNS NC 13 79
83 20 DSQ 10 NC 7 13 23† 9 7
9 Vogel Motorsport 5 Ret 24 4 Ret 23† 14 19 7 20 66
70 Ret 11 14 8 DNS 11 17† Ret DNS
10 AMG Motorsport 12 15 Ret Ret 20† 15 NC 4 NC Ret 53
51 28 19 3 16 22 16 6 13 Ret
11 RZ Motorsport 8 27† 16 11 15 19 19 22† 19 18 44
14 16 21 5 NC 13 12 16 NC 11
12 Schin Racing Team 2 13 18 Ret 17 Ret 6 20† 16 19 43
110 23 17 Ret 18 6 Ret DNS NC Ret
13 Total Racing 11 Ret Ret Ret Ret DNS 18 7 22 8 38
74 Ret NC Ret 21† 11 17 3 NC DNS
14 União Química Racing 3 19 20† DNS 23 17 20 10 24† DNS 34
25 26 15 1 Ret Ret 23† 9 21 Ret
Boettger Competições 46 17 10 7 22† 9 Ret DNS 15 12 34
82 18
16 Hot Car Competições 26 22 22 16† 19 DNS 21† 8 17 21 14
72 24 23 Ret NC Ret Ret Ret 20 Ret
ProGP 9 23 15
33 Ret
Pos Team No. GOI RBP VEL CUR SCZ CUR GOI CAS MS CUR TAR INT Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

References

  1. ^ "Laurens Vanthoor to race in Brazilian Stock Cars". Motorsport.com. Vicar. July 31, 2015. Retrieved July 31, 2015.
  2. ^ "A três etapas do fim do campeonato, Hot Car rompe contrato com Fogaça sem anunciar substituto". grandeprimio.uol.com.br (in Breton). Universo Online. 2015-10-01. Retrieved 2015-12-29.

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