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2016 Stock Car Brasil Championship

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2016 Stock Car Brasil Championship
Previous: 2015 Next: 2017
2016 Stock Car Brasil event:
2016 Brasileiro de Marcas
2016 Formula 3 Brasil
2016 Brasileiro de Turismo
2016 Mercedes-Benz Challenge

The 2016 Stock Car Brasil Championship is the thirty-eighth season of the Stock Car Brasil. The season began at Curitiba on March 6 and will end at Interlagos on December 11.

From this season, the league won the seal of Codasur (Automobile Confederation of South America) and will be called the Brazilian Championship and South American Stock Car.[1]

General Motors do Brasil announced the replacement of the Chevrolet Sonic for the New Chevrolet Cruze second generation as the official car of the category teams for the season of 2016 Brazilian and South American Stock Car. The car debut in second round at Velopark[2]

Teams and drivers

Season entries
Manufacturer Team No. Driver Rounds
Chevrolet Sonic
Chevrolet Cruze
Red Bull Racing 0 Brazil Cacá Bueno All
29 Brazil Daniel Serra All
RZ Motorsport 1 Brazil Thiago Marques 1
11 Brazil César Ramos 2, 6–7
25 Brazil Tuka Rocha 8–12
14 Brazil Luciano Burti 1–2
56 Brazil Danilo Dirani 6–9
117 Brazil Guilherme Salas 10–12
C2 Team 4 Brazil Júlio Campos All
83 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande All
Vogel Motorsport 5 Brazil Denis Navarro All
8 Brazil Rafael Suzuki All
TMG Motorsport 9 Brazil Gustavo Lima All
77 Brazil Valdeno Brito All
Shell Racing 10 Brazil Ricardo Zonta All
51 Brazil Átila Abreu All
Full Time-ProGP 12 Brazil Lucas Foresti All
66 Brazil Felipe Guimarães 1–7
Full Time Sports 18 Brazil Allam Khodair All
111 Brazil Rubens Barrichello All
Ipiranga-RCM 21 Brazil Thiago Camilo All
28 Brazil Galid Osman All
Bardahl Hot Car 26 Brazil Raphael Abbate All
110 Brazil Felipe Lapenna All
Eurofarma RC 65 Brazil Max Wilson All
90 Brazil Ricardo Maurício All
Peugeot 408 União Química Basssani 3 Brazil Bia Figueiredo All
70 Brazil Diego Nunes All
Mico's Racing 6 Brazil Alceu Feldmann 1
45 Brazil Fábio Carbone 1–2
Cavaleiro Racing 7 Brazil Beto Cavaleiro 1
73 Brazil Sérgio Jimenez 2–12
74 Brazil Popó Bueno 1–8
99 Brazil Xandinho Negrão 9–12
Eisenbahn Racing Team 46 Brazil Vitor Genz All
63 Argentina Néstor Girolami All
Cimed Racing 80 Brazil Marcos Gomes All
88 Brazil Felipe Fraga All

Team changes

  • After a difficult year in 2015, ProGP entered in 2016 as customer team of Full Time Sports, was renamed to Full Time-ProGP and returned to operate two cars.
  • After four years of partnership, Mico's Racing lost the sponsorship of Prati-Donaduzzi and returned to his official name.
  • Since 2012 Mobil Super had sponsored AMG Motorsport; in 2016 it sponsors Full Time Sports. The team is now called TMG Motorsport with the acquisition of 100% of corporate shares by Thiago Meneghel.
  • Carlos Alves keeps up the sponsorship of Brazil Kirin; the car and team name changed from Schin to Eisenbahn.
  • Boettger Competições which in 2003 had a champion with David Muffato left the championship.
  • Reigning Champion Voxx Racing changes its name to Cimed Racing, the action is part of the celebrations of 40 years of Cimed Group, team owner and main sponsor since the creation of the team in 2013.

Driver changes

Changed teams

  • In 2016 Néstor Girolami drives for the Eisenbahn Racing Team and is the first Argentine to compete in the Stock Car the full season and second foreigner to compete in container, the first was the Portuguese Pedro Queiroz Pereira in the seasons 1981 and 1982.[3]
  • After seven seasons Atila Abreu left AMG Motorsport and joined Shell Racing.[4]
  • Felipe Lapenna returned for Hot Car Competições after one year in Schin Racing Team.
  • With the withdrawal of sponsorship of Prati-Donaduzzi of Mico's Racing, Júlio Campos left the team and will compete for your own team C2.
  • Vítor Genz left the Boettger Competições and joined Eisenbahn Racing Team.
  • Diego Nunes left Vogel Motorsport and returns the União Química Bassani Racing in 2016 for which he raced in 2010, 2011 and 2013.
  • Sergio Jimenez left the C2 Team and joined Cavaleirop Racing.
  • Rafael Suzuki switched from RZ Motorsport to Vogel Motorsport.
  • Gustavo Lima who raced for ProGP part-time in 2015 switched to TMG Motorsport.
  • Lucas Foresti and Felipe Guimarães who raced for AMG Motorsport and Boettger Competições in 2015 are driving for Full Time-ProGP in 2016.

Entering/re-entering the series

  • After five seasons, Thiago Marques returned for the series with RZ Motorsport.
  • Alceu Feldmann and Fábio Carbone competed only on first round in 2015, who raced for Mico's Racing in 2016.

Race calendar and results

The 2016 schedule was announced on 3 December 2015.[5] The eighth edition of the Corrida do Milhão will be held on September 11 at Interlagos. Like last year, the season is contested over twenty-one races at twelve rounds, with the first round being contested by two-driver entries with wildcard drivers. The race with wildcard drivers – the so-called "All Star Race" – was held at Curitiba. The series will not return to the Ribeirão Preto Street Circuit and Campo Grande, but will return to Brasília and Londrina. Also the series will debut at a new track in Curvelo, called the Circuito dos Cristais. All races will be held in Brazil.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 Paraná (state) Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba March 6 Brazil Ricardo Maurício
Brazil Guilherme Salas
Brazil Thiago Camilo
Brazil Lucas Di Grassi
Brazil Marcos Gomes
Brazil Antônio Pizzonia
Cimed Racing
2 R1 Rio Grande do Sul Velopark, Nova Santa Rita April 10 Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Cacá Bueno Red Bull Racing
R2 Brazil Diego Nunes Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Diego Nunes União Química Racing
3 R1 Goiás Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna (Goiânia) May 22 Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Marcos Gomes Cimed Racing
R2 Brazil Rafael Suzuki Brazil Ricardo Maurício Brazil Galid Osman Ipiranga-RCM
4 R1 Rio Grande do Sul Autódromo Internacional de Santa Cruz do Sul June 5 Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Felipe Fraga Voxx Racing
R2 Brazil Ricardo Zonta Brazil Diego Nunes Brazil Max Wilson Eurofarma RC
5 R1 Rio Grande do Sul Autódromo Internacional de Tarumã June 26 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Max Wilson Eurofarma-RC
R2 Brazil Sérgio Jimenez Brazil Ricardo Mauricio Brazil Júlio Campos C2 Team
6 R1 Paraná (state) Autódromo Internacional de Cascavel July 17 Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Cacá Bueno Red Bull Racing
R2 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
7 São Paulo (state) Autódromo José Carlos Pace September 11 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Júlio Campos Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing
8 R1 Paraná (state) Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna (Londrina) September 25 Brazil Max Wilson Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing
R2 Argentina Néstor Girolami Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
9 R1 Paraná (state) Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba October 16 Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Ricardo Mauricio Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing
R2 Brazil Raphael Abbate Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga-RCM
10 R1 Goiás Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna (Goiânia) November 6 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Rubens Barrichello Medley Full Time Sports
R2 Brazil Lucas Foresti Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Atila Abreu Shell Racing
11 R1 Minas Gerais Circuito dos Cristais November 20 Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing
R2 Brazil Diego Nunes Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Ricardo Maurício Eurofarma-RC
12 São Paulo (state) Autódromo José Carlos Pace December 11 Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Allam Khodair Brazil Daniel Serra Red Bull Racing

Championship standings

Points system

Points are 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 60 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 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Feature races 30 25 22 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 5 3 1
Sprint races 15 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Final race 60 50 44 40 38 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 10 6 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 CUR VEL GOI SCZ TAR CAS INT LON CUR GOI CRI INT Pts
1 Brazil Felipe Fraga 16 4 4 12 2 1 15 2 Ret 8 9 1 1 12 1 14 2 18† 1 16 10 310
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 20† 6 5 11 3 21 2 17† 11 17 1 2 6 1 11 2 1 5 3 22† 2 295
3 Brazil Daniel Serra 4 2 6 19 Ret 3 12 4 13 10 21† 8 20 Ret 4 13 7 15 Ret 3 1 229
4 Brazil Valdeno Brito 22† 9 2 3 17 24† 13 5 12 6 7 3 2 14 5 20† 3 20† Ret 4 9 229
5 Brazil Marcos Gomes 1 3 14 1 16 4 DSQ 3 Ret 25† 4 Ret 4 10 21† Ret 4 7 2 10 15 213
6 Brazil Ricardo Maurício 3 22† DNS 2 15 5 6 6 21 19 11† DSQ 3 8 2 18 Ret DNS 12 1 3 207
7 Brazil Diego Nunes 9 10 1 17 7 13 DSQ 18† 7 3 Ret 6 8 11 24† Ret 5 3 10 14 16 190
8 Brazil Átila Abreu 6 8 3 6 18 6 10 14 10 24† DNS 20† 14 2 17 21† 9 1 5 13 14 187
9 Brazil Cacá Bueno Ret 1 11 20 6 18 7 20 5 1 12 18† 7 15 8 15 22† Ret 16 24† 4 186
10 Brazil Allam Khodair 2 Ret 9 Ret 8 2 Ret Ret 3 18 2 5 13 6 3 12 Ret DNS 4 23† 12 181
11 Brazil Júlio Campos Ret Ret 16 9 Ret 11 Ret Ret 1 Ret 3 7 Ret Ret 6 Ret 6 19† 7 8 5 170
12 Brazil Max Wilson 18 5 Ret 4 19 22 1 1 16 5 8 4 22† 9 Ret 3 21† 4 Ret 7 Ret 167
13 Brazil Vitor Genz 7 11 23 5 20 8 18† 8 18 4 18 10 Ret 3 15 4 12 8 Ret 6 22 158
14 Brazil Galid Osman 11 Ret DNS 14 1 17 5 19 9 21 6 14 11 Ret 19† 5 16 6 9 DNS 17 142
15 Brazil Thiago Camilo 14 Ret 8 13 5 19 Ret Ret 2 15 13† 17† 15 4 22† 1 13 2 6 15 Ret 141
16 Brazil Ricardo Zonta 5 14 DNS 16 4 10 9 Ret 8 2 10 22† Ret 5 14 Ret Ret DSQ DSQ DNS 13 130
17 Brazil Rafael Suzuki 10 15 10 10 21 16 8 DSQ EX 7 14 Ret Ret Ret 20 11 19 12 13 20 7 117
18 Brazil Denis Navarro 12 7 7 15 12 DSQ Ret 13 Ret Ret Ret Ret 23† 7 18 6 Ret 14 17 5 11 114
19 Brazil Gustavo Lima Ret Ret 22 22† 9 14 16 11 14 12 16 Ret 17 Ret 13 17 18 9 14 18 8 113
20 Brazil Sérgio Jimenez Ret* 18 Ret 8 Ret 9 17† 10 Ret 9 19† 19† 5 13 Ret 7 Ret 11 15 21 23 110
21 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Ret 16 18 Ret DNS 7 14 15 4 Ret Ret 9 Ret Ret Ret 10 17 Ret 8 17 Ret 89
22 Argentina Néstor Girolami Ret 21 15 Ret 10 Ret DNS Ret Ret 11 Ret 16 10 Ret 16 8 8 23† Ret 9 Ret 77
23 Brazil Raphael Abbate 23† Ret 21 21† DNS 20 4 Ret 17 13 17 12 9 18† 10 Ret Ret DNS Ret 12 DSQ 67
24 Brazil Lucas Foresti 8 19 19 Ret Ret 12 11 9 20 Ret 20† Ret Ret Ret 7 Ret 10 22 Ret Ret 20 67
25 Brazil Tuka Rocha Ret* 16 16 9 16 11 16 18 2 19 60
26 Brazil Bia Figueiredo Ret 17 24 18 14 23† DNS 16 6 23 Ret 13 21 17 Ret 19† 15 21† 19 11 Ret 57
27 Brazil Guilherme Salas 3* 20 10 11 19 6 55
28 Brazil Felipe Guimarães 21† 12 Ret 7 22† Ret 3 Ret 19 22 5 51
29 Brazil Felipe Lapenna 13 Ret 12 Ret 13 Ret Ret 7 15 20 Ret 11 19 Ret 23† Ret Ret 13 21† DNS 18 51
30 Brazil Popó Bueno 17 20 17 Ret 11 15 Ret 12 Ret 16 Ret 23† 12 Ret 46
31 Brazil Danilo Dirani 4* 14 15 15 18 Ret 25† 9 30
32 Brazil Xandinho Negrão 12 Ret 14 17 20 25† 21 23
33 Brazil Luciano Burti Ret 13 20 11
34 Brazil Fábio Carbone 15 23† 13 2
Brazil Alceu Feldmann 19 0
Brazil César Ramos Ret* Ret DNS Ret Ret 21† 0
Brazil Beto Cavaleiro Ret 0
Brazil Thiago Marques Ret 0
Guest drivers ineligible to score points
Brazil Antônio Pizzonia 1
Portugal António Félix da Costa 2
Belgium Laurens Vanthoor 5
Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr. 6
Brazil David Muffato 7
Brazil Luiz Razia 8
Brazil Dennis Dirani 9
Argentina Franco Vivian 10
Argentina Damián Fineschi 11
Brazil Felipe Maluhy 12
Brazil Marco Cozzi 13
Brazil Lucas di Grassi 14
Brazil Vicente Orige 15
Brazil Rodrigo Sperafico 16
Brazil Norberto Gresse 17
Brazil Vítor Meira 18
Brazil Tarso Marques 19
Brazil Augusto Farfus 20†
Brazil Duda Pamplona 21†
Belgium Maxime Martin 22†
Brazil Nicolas Costa 23†
Brazil Allan Heillmeister Ret
Brazil Ricardo Sperafico Ret
Brazil Márcio Campos Ret
Brazil Beto Monteiro Ret
Brazil Felipe Giaffone Ret
Argentina Franco Girolami Ret
Pos Driver CUR VEL GOI SCZ TAR CAS INT LON BRA GOI CRI 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

  • * –Inegible to score points in first round.

References

  1. ^ "STOCK CAR PASSA A SER TAMBÉM SUL-AMERICANA" (in Portuguese). Grupo Globo. 2016-03-16. Retrieved 2016-03-16.
  2. ^ "O NOVO CHEVROLET DA STOCK CAR" (in Portuguese). Grupo Globo. 2016-04-16. Retrieved 2016-04-05.
  3. ^ "Schin Racing Team anuncia Genz e Girolami" (in Portuguese). Grupo Globo. 2015-12-10. Retrieved 2015-12-23.
  4. ^ "Átila Abreu será piloto da equipe Shell Racing em 2016" (in Portuguese). Grupo Globo. 2015-12-02. Retrieved 2015-12-23.
  5. ^ "Brazilian V8 Stock Cars: 2016 calendar announced". Motorsport.com. December 3, 2015. Retrieved December 5, 2015.

External links

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