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2019 Stock Car Brasil Championship

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2019 Stock Car Brasil Championship
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2019 Stock Car Light

The 2019 Stock Car Brasil Championship was the forty-first season of the Stock Car Brasil. Daniel Serra won the 2019 season, he became three-time champion as his father Chico Serra. This was the last season with as one-make series. From 2020 Toyota Gazoo Racing will enter in the series with eight cars.[1]

Teams and drivers

All teams compete with a Chevrolet Cruze Stock Car.

Team No. Drivers Rounds
Cimed Racing 0 Brazil Cacá Bueno All
88 Brazil Felipe Fraga All
Eurofarma[a]
Eurofarma RC
1 Brazil Lucas Di Grassi 7
29 Brazil Daniel Serra All
90 Brazil Ricardo Maurício All
Ipiranga Racing[2] 3 Brazil Bia Figueiredo All
21 Brazil Thiago Camilo All
Prati-Donaduzzi [b] 4 Brazil Júlio Campos All
77 Brazil Valdeno Brito All
Cavaleiro Sports 5 Brazil Denis Navarro All
110 Brazil Felipe Lapenna All
Hot Car Competições
YPF Elaion[c]
8 Brazil Rafael Suzuki All
43 Brazil Pedro Cardoso 1-8
46 Brazil Tuca Antoniazzi 10-12
86 Argentina Agustín Canapino 5
Vogel Motorsport 9 Brazil Gustavo Lima 1-8, 10-12
12 Brazil Lucas Foresti All
Shell V-Power 10 Brazil Ricardo Zonta All
51 Brazil Átila Abreu 1, 3-12
120 Brazil Vitor Baptista 2
Shell Helix Ultra [d] 11 Brazil Gaetano di Mauro All
28 Brazil Galid Osman All
Blau Motorsport 18 Brazil Allam Khodair All
30 Brazil César Ramos All
Full Time Sports 33 Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr All
111 Brazil Rubens Barrichello All
Carlos Alves Competições 27 Brazil Raphael Reis 2-4, 11-12
RCM[e] 44 Brazil Bruno Baptista All
65 Brazil Max Wilson All
KTF Sports 70 Brazil Diego Nunes All
80 Brazil Marcos Gomes 1-10, 12
85 Brazil Guilherme Salas 11
Crown Racing[f] 83 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande All
177 Brazil Marcel Colleta All
  1. ^ Lucas di Grassi competed as wildcard for RC Competições, but with Eurofarma team name.
  2. ^ Prati-Donaduzzi is a customer team of Ipiranga Racing
  3. ^ Agustin Canapino competed as wildcard for Hot Car Competições, but with YPF Elaion team name.
  4. ^ Shell Helix Ultra is a team with the involvement of Full Time Sports and Shell V-Power/TMG Racing.
  5. ^ RCM is a customer team of Eurofarma RC.
  6. ^ Crown Racing is a customer team of Cimed Racing

Team changes

  • Cacá Bueno was entered with Cimed Racing chief William Lube and ProGP owner Duda Pamplna.
  • Crown Racing joined the series in a partnership with Cimed Racing. Gabriel Casagrande and Marcel Colleta were selected as their drivers
  • Cavaleiros Sports reduced their program from Three to two cars.
  • Hot Car Competições lost their longtime sponsor Bardahl after ten seasons.
  • After debuting in the final round of 2018, KTF Sports made their full-season debut with two cars. The team purchased the vacant space left by the departure of Squadra G-Force.
  • HERO departed as a sponsor after two seasons, one of which with RCM Motorsport.
  • Shell V-Power announced a partnership with Full Time Sports. This partnership was entered as Shell Helix Ultra.
  • Mico's Racing did not return for this season.
  • Carlos Alves Competições reduced their schedule for the season, appearing at only 5 rounds.
  • Bassani Racing left the series after the end of partnership with FTS.

Driver changes

  • Valdeno Brito returned to R.Mattheis Motorsport-Prati Donaduzzi. Brito competed for the team from 2012 to 2016.
  • Galid Osman moved from Cavaleiro Sports to Shell Helix Ultra. Porsche GT3 Cup 2018 runner-up Gaetano di Mauro will race alongside Osman.
  • Ricardo Mauricio returned to Eurofarma RC after only one season at Full Time Sports. Max Wilson was relocated to the customer team RCM.
  • Third place in 2018 Stock Car Light season Pedro Cardoso made the debut in Hot Car Competições.
  • Lucas Foresti and Marcos Gomes left Cimed Racing Team. Foresti will join Vogel Motorsport and Gomes will race for newcomer team KTF Sports alongside Diego Nunes, who had moved from Full Time Bassani.
  • Marcel Coletta will be the youngest driver in the history of Stock Car. He competes the new team Crown Racing alongside Gabriel Casagrande, who moved from Vogel Motorsport
  • Nelson Piquet, Jr moved to Full Time Sports after one season with their customer team.
  • Lucas di Grassi left the series to focus on Formula E.
  • 2018 full-time drivers Antonio Pizzonia and Vitor Genz will not race this season.

Mid-season changes

  • 2018 Stock Car Light champion Raphael Reis was entered with Carlos Alves Competições for some races, but the driver and team did not contest the full season.
  • Átila Abreu did not compete at the second round after suffering a fractured vertebra in a collision at Velopark. Porsche Carrera Cup driver Vitor Baptista filled in for him for the round at Velo Città.
  • Lucas di Grassi entered as wildcard in the Million Race round for Eurofarma RC.
  • Argentine driver Agustin Canapino raced at the sixth round as wildcard to YPF Elaion Hot Car Competiçoes. Pedro Cardoso and Hot Car broke after the eight round, in his place entered rookie driver Tuca Antoniazzi.
  • Marcos Gomes was replaced for 2019 Stock Car Light champion Guilherme Salas due 4 Hours of Shanghai of Asian Le Mans Series, that Gomes competed for HubAuto Corsa.
  • Guga Lima lose the nine round for personal reasons.

Race calendar and results

The 2019 calendar was announced on December 20, 2018. The first round coincided with the 500th Stock Car Brazil race. The 40th anniversary of the championship was held in Tarumã. The Race of Doubles was the third round, held at Goiânia on May 19. The 11th edition of the Million Race was held on August 25 at the Interlagos Circuit. The Grand Final will also be held in Interlagos on December 15.[3][4]

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 Brazil Stock Car 500 Velopark, Nova Santa Rita April 7 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Daniel Serra Eurofarma RC
2 R1 Brazil Autódromo Velo Città, Mogi Guaçu May 5 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing
R2 Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
3 R1 Brazil Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna, Goiânia May 19 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing
R2 Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
4 R1 Brazil Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna, Londrina June 9 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing
R2 Brazil Bruno Baptista Brazil Ricardo Mauricio Eurofarma RC
5 R1 Brazil Autódromo Internacional de Santa Cruz do Sul, Santa Cruz do Sul July 21 Brazil Júlio Campos Brazil Daniel Serra Brazil Júlio Campos Prati-Donaduzzi
R2 Brazil Denis Navarro Brazil Ricardo Mauricio Eurofarma RC
6 R1 Brazil Autódromo Internacional Orlando Moura, Campo Grande August 11 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Júlio Campos Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing
R2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
7 Brazil 11ª Corrida do Milhão Pirelli 2019, Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo August 25 Brazil Lucas Di Grassi Brazil Ricardo Mauricio Brazil Ricardo Mauricio Eurofarma RC
8 R1 Brazil Velopark, Nova Santa Rita September 15 Brazil Ricardo Mauricio Brazil Felipe Fraga Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing
R2 Brazil Bruno Baptista Brazil Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports
9 R1 Brazil Autódromo Internacional de Cascavel, Cascavel October 20 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing
R2 Brazil César Ramos Brazil Átila Abreu Shell V-Power
10 R1 Brazil Autódromo Velo Città November 10 Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing
R2 Brazil Lucas Foresti Brazil Bruno Baptista RCM
11 R1 BrazilAutódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna, Goiânia November 25 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Brazil Thiago Camilo Brazil Gabriel Casagrande Crown Racing
R2 Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr. Brazil Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing
12 Brazil Grande Final, Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo December 15 Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Marcos Gomes Brazil Thiago Camilo Ipiranga 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.

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 22 19 17 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Sprint races 24 20 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Final race 60 52 44 38 34 30 28 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: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 VEL VCA GOI LON SCZ MS INT VEL CAS VCA GOI INT Pts
1 Brazil Daniel Serra 1 2 15 3 3 4 Ret 2 7 8 5 3 9 6 4 14 3 3 4 10 2 387
2 Brazil Thiago Camilo 4 1 Ret 1 11 1 9 Ret DNS 1 16 4 4 4 13 2 1 19 5 13 1 366
3 Brazil Ricardo Mauricio 3 3 9 15 6 7 1 22 1 6 2 1 3 3 17 5 12 8 16 DSQ 7 320
4 Brazil Felipe Fraga 5 5 5 Ret 9 5 6 Ret DNS 5 4 12 1 7 1 13 7 16 6 1 6 313
5 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 2 7 1 6 1 Ret 8 9 12 14 1 Ret 7 1 5 3 13 5 19 4 8 310
6 Brazil Júlio Campos 10 9 19 9 2 3 10 1 6 2 13 10 8 15 12 4 5 6 10 5 9 307
7 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande 9 4 3 20 5 22 11 Ret Ret 17 3 2 2 Ret 2 7 2 15 1 9 4 303
8 Brazil Cacá Bueno 21 17 2 8 12 15 Ret 7 8 3 12 14 5 5 3 11 4 9 11 14 19 234
9 Brazil Bruno Baptista 17 11 12 18 20 21 2 8 Ret 15 15 5 6 2 Ret DNS 8 1 21 Ret 14 177
10 Brazil Marcos Gomes 6 6 Ret 4 7 8 13 21 Ret 10 14 8 21 Ret 10 Ret 24 12 3 174
11 Brazil Diego Nunes 18 8 17 12 15 23 5 Ret 14 Ret 8 11 Ret 17 20 12 9 2 12 16 5 175
12 Brazil Átila Abreu DNS 19 Ret 10 3 3 Ret Ret 7 15 23 Ret 7 1 10 10 23 11 11 164
13 Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr. 7 20 Ret 22 10 6 7 16 3 18 18 6 17 12 11 17 23 17 7 2 Ret 163
14 Brazil Ricardo Zonta 11 DSQ DSQ 2 21 26 17 5 11 19 20 8 12 18 14 15 6 4 18 7 Ret 155
15 Brazil Max Wilson 16 25 11 5 4 11 14 4 10 7 10 25 10 Ret Ret Ret Ret 14 Ret DNS Ret 140
16 Brazil Galid Osman 20 16 Ret 7 8 14 12 6 5 16 17 24 Ret 13 19 Ret 22 23 22 12 10 130
17= Brazil Allam Khodair 12 14 4 11 14 20 Ret Ret Ret 9 19 Ret 11 21 Ret 8 17 Ret 14 17 Ret 119
17= Brazil Valdeno Brito Ret 21 8 10 18 2 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 13 14 22 8 Ret 25 Ret 9 3 17 119
19 Brazil Gaetano Di Mauro 14 13 10 21 13 Ret Ret 15 Ret 4 Ret 7 18 16 Ret Ret 16 11 Ret 6 Ret 112
20= Brazil Lucas Foresti 13 10 20 13 16 13 Ret 10 Ret 21 11 18 12 8 Ret 16 19 21 3 21 DSQ 110
20= Brazil Denis Navarro 22 15 13 16 25 16 Ret 17 2 Ret 9 20 16 Ret 6 18 20 Ret 24 15 12 110
22 Brazil César Ramos 8 Ret 7 Ret Ret 12 Ret 14 Ret Ret Ret 17 Ret 10 18 Ret 7 Ret 2 Ret Ret 103
23 Brazil Rafael Suzuki 15 12 18 17 17 17 Ret 12 Ret Ret Ret 16 24 11 9 6 14 20 Ret 18 Ret 94
24 Brazil Marcel Coletta Ret 19 22 23 Ret 9 15 18 Ret 11 Ret 21 20 9 16 9 11 13 Ret DNS Re 81
25 Brazil Bia Figueiredo 19 22 16 Ret 22 Ret 4 23 Ret 13 21 Ret 19 20 15 10 15 18 Ret 19 16 73
26 Brazil Guga Lima Ret 23 21 Ret Ret 21 16 20 4 20 6 19 25 14 21 22 17 20 15 65
27 Brazil Felipe Lapenna 23 24 6 24 19 24 Ret 19 13 Ret Ret 23 15 19 DSQ DSQ 18 Ret 13 Ret Ret 46
28 Brazil Pedro Cardoso Ret 18 Ret Ret 24 19 Ret 13 9 12 22 22 22 Ret 34
29 Brazil Guilherme Salas 8 9 26
30 Argentina Agustin Canapino 11 Ret 10
31 Brazil Raphael Reis Ret Ret Ret 23 18 Ret 15 Ret Ret 9
32= Brazil Vitor Baptista Ret 14 7
32= Brazil Tuca Antoniazzi 20 22 18 7
Brazil Lucas di Grassi DSQ
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

References

  1. ^ "De surpresa, Toyota confirma presença na temporada 2020 da Stock Car". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. November 2019. Retrieved December 17, 2019.
  2. ^ "Ipiranga confirma Bia como nova parceira de Camilo na A.Mattheis. E Galid parte para Cavaleiro na Stock Car 2018". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. Mediaempire Stockholm AB. 31 January 2018. Retrieved 31 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Com início e fim em Interlagos, Stock Car divulga calendário de 2018 com 'férias' entre maio e agosto". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. January 18, 2018. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
  4. ^ "STOCK CAR ANUNCIA CALENDÁRIO DA TEMPORADA 2018". www.stockcar.com.br/. January 18, 2018. Archived from the original on January 19, 2018. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
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