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2017 Stock Car Brasil Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 Stock Car Brasil Championship
Previous: 2016 Next: 2018
Support series:
2017 Brasileiro de Marcas
2017 Brasileiro de Turismo
2017 Mercedes-Benz Challenge

The 2017 Stock Car Brasil Championship is the thirty-ninth season of the Stock Car Brasil. The season marks the exit of Peugeot. The manufacturer entered in the series in 2007 and won the championship five times, including the last two seasons.

Teams and drivers

Peugeot retired as manufacturer for the 2017. Therefore, all teams compete with a Chevrolet Cruze Stock Car.

Team No. Driver Rounds
Cimed Racing 0 Brazil Cacá Bueno[1] All
80 Brazil Marcos Gomes All
Prati-Donaduzzi (IPR)[2] 1 Brazil Antonio Pizzonia All
4 Brazil Júlio Campos All
Full Time Academy (FTS) 3 Brazil Bia Figueiredo[3] All
12 Brazil Lucas Foresti All
Cimed Racing Team (CIR) 5 Brazil Denis Navarro All
40[4] Brazil Felipe Fraga 5–12
88 1–4
Cavaleiro Racing 8 Brazil Rafael Suzuki All
110 Brazil Felipe Lapenna All
Bardahl Hot Car 9 Brazil Gustavo Lima All
73 Brazil Sérgio Jimenez All
Shell Racing 10 Brazil Ricardo Zonta All
51 Brazil Átila Abreu All
Full Time Sports 18 Brazil Allam Khodair All
111 Brazil Rubens Barrichello All
Ipiranga Racing[5][6] 21 Brazil Thiago Camilo All
28 Brazil Galid Osman All
RCM (ERC) 25 Brazil Tuka Rocha All
65 Brazil Max Wilson All
Eurofarma RC 29 Brazil Daniel Serra[7] All
90 Brazil Ricardo Maurício All
Blau Motorsport[8] 30 Brazil César Ramos All
31 Brazil Márcio Campos All
HERO Motorsport (FTS)[9] 44 Brazil Alberto Valério[10][11] 1–10
70 Brazil Diego Nunes 1–11
87[12] 12
444 Portugal António Félix da Costa[13] 11
544 Brazil Augusto Farfus[14] 12
Eisenbahn Racing Team 46 Brazil Vitor Genz All
77 Brazil Valdeno Brito[15] All
Vogel Motorsport 83 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande All
117 Brazil Guilherme Salas All
Mico's Racing 188 Brazil Beto Monteiro 5, 7, 11–12
555 Brazil Renato Braga 11–12

Team changes

  • A. Mattheis Motorsport, which had raced under the Red Bull sponsorship and name, will now be sponsored by Ipiranga, which left RCM after five seasons.
  • Rodolpho Mattheis, who is the son of Andreas Mattheis, will have a new partner this season alongside his father. Xandy Negrão entered at R. Mattheis Motorsport changing his name to RX Mattheis Motorsport. After five seasons, RX and Shell Racing parted, with RX Mattheis Motorsport receiving the name and sponsor of Prati-Donaduzzi, that did not compete in 2016 and Shell Racing still in the series after concretized a partnership with TMG Motorsport.
  • After only one season, ProGP and Full Time broke up. Duda Pamplona owner of ProGP started a partnership with remaining team's two times champion Cimed Racing. The team is called Cimed Racing Team, a customer team of Cimed Racing. Full Time Sports started a partnership with Bassani Racing (União Quimica Bassani in 2015 and 2016) creating Full Time Bassani (HERO Motorsport for sponsor). FTS also created a new team called Full Time Academy, a junior team of Full Time Sports expanding to six cars. Having sold his cars to FTS, RZ Motorsport of Ricardo Zonta will not return in 2017, after a difficult season in 2016.
  • Blau pharmacy entered the series after purchasing the cars of Boettger Competições that did not compete in 2016 and created a new team called Blau Motorsport.
  • C2 Team and Mico's Racing left the series this season.

Driver changes

Mid-season changes

Race calendar and results

The 2017 schedule was announced on 20 December 2016.[16] On March 20, 2017, the calendar was revised with the return of Cascavel and the announcement that the first race would not be held with wildcard drivers.[17] All races take place in Brazil except one round at Autódromo Juan y Óscar Gálvez in Argentina next to the Super TC2000 Argentina in the 200 km stage of Buenos Aires. For the first time, the Corrida do Milhão took place at Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba sponsored by Pirelli, the sponsor of the whole series.[18]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 R1 Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna (Goiânia) April 2 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Eurofarma RC
R2 Brazil Ricardo Zonta Brazil Ricardo Zonta Shell Racing
2 R1 Velopark, Nova Santa Rita April 23 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Cacá Bueno Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing
R2 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing Team
3 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Santa Cruz do Sul May 21 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
R2 Brazil Ricardo Maurício Brazil Ricardo Maurício Eurofarma RC
4 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Cascavel June 11 Brazil Max Wilson Brazil Max Wilson Brazil Max Wilson RCM
R2 Brazil Ricardo Zonta Brazil Vítor Genz Eisenbahn Racing Team
5 Corrida do Milhão Pirelli 2017, Autódromo Internacional de Curitiba[19] July 2 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Eurofarma RC
6 R1 Circuito dos Cristais July 23 Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing Team
R2 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Vogel Motorsport
7 R1 Autódromo Velo Città August 6 Brazil Átila Abreu Brazil Ricardo Zonta Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing Team
R2 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Brazil Átila Abreu Shell Racing
8 R1 Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna (Londrina) September 10 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing
R2 Brazil Júlio Campos Brazil Ricardo Zonta Shell Racing
9 R1 Autódromo Juan y Óscar Gálvez, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires October 1 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing Team
R2 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
10 R1 Autódromo Internacional de Tarumã October 22 Brazil Galid Osman Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Eurofarma RC
R2 Brazil Ricardo Maurício Brazil Ricardo Maurício Eurofarma RC
11 R1 1º HERO Push Goiânia 500 hp 2017, Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna (Goiânia)[20][21] November 19 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Daniel Serra Eurofarma RC
R2 Brazil Júlio Campos Brazil Átila Abreu TMG/Shell Racing
12 #AGrandeFinal 2017, Autódromo José Carlos Pace December 10 Brazil Ricardo Maurício Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Ricardo Maurício Eurofarma RC

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.

Points format Position
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th
Feature races 30 26 23 21 19 17 15 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Sprint races 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Million race 30 25 22 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 5 3 1
Final race 60 52 46 42 38 34 30 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2
  • Feature races: Used for the first race of each event.
  • Sprint races: Used for the second race of each event, with partially reversed (top ten) grid.
  • Million Race: Used for One Million dollars race.
  • Final race: Used for the last round of the season with double points.

Drivers' Championship

Pos Driver GOI VEL SCZ CAS CUR CRI VCA LON ARG TAR GOI INT Pts
1 Brazil Daniel Serra 1 6 4 7 6 17 2 15 1 2 6 8 2 2 Ret 3 21 1 22 1 9 3 371
2 Brazil Thiago Camilo 2 8 1 9 3 12 4 6 23 8 2 4 4 1 Ret 2 10 4 12 7 4 14 324
3 Brazil Max Wilson 3 3 6 Ret 5 Ret 1 17 6 5 9 Ret Ret 12 Ret 17 2 3 Ret 6 2 2 292
4 Brazil Átila Abreu 5 2 Ret 4 4 7 3 8 20 12 3 10 1 8 6 10 14 20 2 9 1 28 256
5 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ret 4 7 5 1 18 6 5 4 Ret 14 16 Ret 3 3 21 1 9 18 6 17 5 251
6 Brazil Felipe Fraga 8 10 10 1 9 Ret 7 Ret 19 1 4 1 16 4 Ret 1 6 Ret 7 21 Ret 8 250
7 Brazil Marcos Gomes 17 20 5 3 2 Ret 10 Ret 2 16 12 DSQ 13 6 2 5 22 7 Ret 4 15 4 242
8 Brazil Ricardo Mauricio 4 16 3 8 20 1 5 21 17 3 7 19 21 13 Ret 6 20 16 1 Ret 23 1 241
9 Brazil Cacá Bueno 7 9 2 17 10 13 12 14 3 7 8 2 10 7 10 19 5 18 8 12 3 17 225
10 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Ret 22 9 13 16 21 20 Ret 9 10 1 9 3 9 5 9 7 24 5 10 6 18 184
11 Brazil Ricardo Zonta Ret 1 Ret 6 7 19 18 DSQ 22 4 10 17 11 16 1 14 12 13 10 2 19 13 174
12 Brazil Júlio Campos Ret 15 12 Ret 13 22 11 7 5 6 11 11 5 26 Ret 27 4 8 Ret Ret Ret 9 149
13 Brazil Diego Nunes 11 13 23 16 12 23 15 9 14 Ret DNS 21 18 11 16 4 15 6 14 13 5 6 148
14 Brazil Valdeno Brito 23 18 8 2 18 14 9 DSQ 12 24 Ret 14 15 5 7 7 19 12 19 15 Ret 15 136
15 Brazil Vitor Genz 16 14 Ret DNS 14 11 Ret 1 8 13 17 3 9 22 DSQ Ret 16 25 11 18 8 10 126
16 Brazil Antonio Pizzonia Ret 12 14 Ret Ret 2 22 Ret DSQ 20 15 5 6 10 4 12 8 5 Ret Ret 11 20 126
17 Brazil Allam Khodair Ret 7 19 Ret 8 8 19 19 18 14 Ret 13 8 20 9 8 DSQ 17 4 14 12 22 100
18 Brazil Rafael Suzuki 13 11 15 15 21 5 14 16 25 9 5 20 17 15 11 20 3 Ret 17 19 14 23 93
19 Brazil Galid Osman 6 Ret Ret DNS 15 Ret 8 20 21 Ret 21 6 19 21 18 25 Ret 2 13 11 24 Ret 92
20 Brazil Tuka Rocha 10 17 11 11 24 4 Ret 4 Ret 19 13 13 14 Ret 15 16 11 22 6 Ret DNS 21 90
21 Brazil Denis Navarro 22 5 16 Ret 25 Ret 17 12 Ret 15 12 22 Ret 24 Ret 23 13 10 Ret 5 Ret 11 88
22 Brazil Guilherme Salas 14 Ret 22 10 22 Ret 21 3 10 17 19 25 12 23 13 13 23 Ret 19 16 22 12 87
23 Brazil César Ramos 9 Ret Ret DNS 23 10 13 14 7 25 Ret Ret 7 18 17 15 9 21 Ret Ret 13 25 70
24 Brazil Felipe Lapenna 12 Ret 24 Ret Ret 3 16 Ret Ret 11 DNS Ret Ret 25 Ret 22 Ret 11 15 Ret 10 16 65
25 Brazil Sergio Jimenez 18 Ret 13 12 Ret 16 Ret Ret Ret 18 16 7 Ret 14 8 18 17 Ret 9 Ret 20 19 59
26 Brazil Márcio Campos 21 Ret 17 Ret Ret 9 Ret Ret 13 21 23 Ret Ret 17 Ret Ret DNS 19 3 Ret DNS Ret 43
27 Brazil Lucas Foresti 15 19 21 Ret 11 15 23 2 26 Ret DNS 15 22 27 Ret 24 Ret 14 21 Ret 7 27 37
28 Brazil Alberto Valério 19 21 20 Ret 19 Ret Ret 18 11 26 18 Ret Ret 19 12 11 Ret 15 23 33
29 Brazil Bia Figueiredo Ret Ret Ret DNS Ret 6 Ret 11 16 23 20 23 21 28 Ret Ret DNS Ret 16 17 16 24 28
30 Brazil Gustavo Lima 20 Ret 18 14 17 20 Ret 10 24 22 24 18 20 Ret 14 Ret 18 23 24 Ret Ret Ret 19
31 Brazil Beto Monteiro 15 24 DSQ Ret 21 26 9
Drivers ineligible to score points
Portugal António Félix da Costa 3 Ret
Brazil Augusto Farfus 7
Brazil Renato Braga 20 18 29
Pos Driver GOI VEL SCZ CAS CUR CRI VCA LON ARG TAR GOI 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

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