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2020 Stock Car Brasil Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 Stock Car Brasil Championship
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The 2020 Stock Car Brasil Championship will be the forty-second season of the Stock Car Brasil. From 2020 Toyota Gazoo Racing will enter in the series.[1]

Changes

Technical regulations

  • For 2020 Toyota Gazoo Racing entered alongside Chevrolet. The make developed ten Toyota Corolla Stock Car.[2]
  • Chevrolet Cruze and Toyota Corolla models will be used in 2020 configuration. They will be adapted to Stock Car components such as suspension, brake, gear and some other items of current cars.

Teams and drivers

Team Car No. Drivers Rounds
Crown Racing Chevrolet Cruze 0 Brazil Cacá Bueno 1
4 Brazil Júlio Campos 1
Shell V-Power [a] 51 Brazil Átila Abreu 1
28 Brazil Galid Osman 1
Cavaleiro Sports Chevrolet Cruze 5 Brazil Denis Navarro 1
80 Brazil Marcos Gomes 1
Vogel Motorsport Chevrolet Cruze 11 Brazil Gaetano di Mauro 1
12 Brazil Lucas Foresti 1
Blau Motorsport Chevrolet Cruze 18 Brazil Allam Khodair 1
70 Brazil Diego Nunes 1
Ipiranga Racing Toyota Corolla 21 Brazil Thiago Camilo 1
30 Brazil César Ramos 1
R.Mattheis[b] Chevrolet Cruze 83 Brazil Gabriel Casagrande 1
143 Brazil Pedro Cardoso 1
Eurofarma RC Chevrolet Cruze 29 Brazil Daniel Serra 1
90 Brazil Ricardo Maurício 1
RCM[c] Toyota Corolla 10 Brazil Ricardo Zonta 1
44 Brazil Bruno Baptista 1
KTF Sports Chevrolet Cruze 46 Brazil Vitor Genz 1
85 Brazil Guilherme Salas 1
120 Brazil Vitor Baptista TBA
Maxon KTF 73 Brazil Sérgio Jimenez 2
Hot Car Competições Chevrolet Cruze 54 Brazil Tuca Antoniazi 1
Full Time Sports Toyota Corolla 111 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 1
117 Argentina Matías Rossi 1
Full Time Bassani [d] 8 Brazil Rafael Suzuki 1
33 Brazil Nelson Piquet, Jr 1

Team changes

Cimed Racing announced the departure as a team of the championship after seven seasons and two titles. Customer team in 2019 Crown Racing will expand to four cars.[3] The team also announced an alliance with Shell V-Power Racing that left TMG Racing.[4] After the end of partnership, TMG announced a new partner with Blau Motorsport in 2020. The new team, which will be formed by the union of the two structures.[5] After one year of partnership Full Time Sports and Shell broke up and FTS will take on four cars.

Prati-Donaduzzi breaks up with R. Mattheis Motorsport and leaves Stock Car. The team will return to the original name.[6]

KTF Sports will expand to a three-car team[7] Hot Car Competições scaled back to a single car operations and Carlos Alves Competições, who competed part-time last season, will not return.

Toyota Gazoo Racing Brasil will compete with eight cars. The teams selected was Full Time Sports with four cars; RCM and Ipiranga Racing.[8]

Drivers changes

Atila Abreu and Ricardo Zonta left TMG Racing and Galid Osman and Gaetano di Mauro left Full Time Sports. Abreu and Osman will be part of Crown Racing; Zonta joined RCM and Di Mauro entered Vogel.[9]

Felipe Fraga left the series after six season and one title to focus on his international career. He will be part of Mercedes-Benz GT programme.[10]

Gabriel Casagrande moved from Crown Racing to R. Mattheis. 2019 drivers Júlio Campos and Valdeno Brito didn't advertise 2020 plans. Later, Campos signed with Crown Racing for replaced Casagrande and Brito joined Copa Truck championship.

Argentine racing driver, Matias Rossi joined Toyota Full Time. Piquet, Jr. was relocated to the customer team alongside Rafael Suzuki, who moved from Hot Car Competições.

Race calendar and Results

The calendar suffered a lot of changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The next rounds will be announced soon.

Round[11] Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team
1 R1 Brazil Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna, Goiânia July 26
R2
2 Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo August 22
3 Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo (Million Race) August 23
3 Brazil Autódromo Internacional Ayrton Senna, Londrina September 13
4 Brazil Autódromo Internacional de Cascavel, Cascavel October 18
5 Brazil TBD November 8
6 Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo December 13

Notes

  1. ^ Shell V-Power is a customer team of Crown Racing.
  2. ^ R. Mattheis Motorsport is a customer team of Ipiranga Racing, but raced with different makes.
  3. ^ RCM is a customer team of Eurofarma RC,, but raced with different makes.
  4. ^ Full Time Bassani is a customer team of Full Time Sports

References

  1. ^ "De surpresa, Toyota confirma presença na temporada 2020 da Stock Car". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. November 2019. Retrieved December 17, 2019.
  2. ^ "ÚLTIMAS NOTÍCIAS26 DE NOVEMBRO DE 2019O QUE VOCÊ PRECISA SABER SOBRE O NOVO STOCK 2020". www.stockcar.com.br/. December 17, 2019. Retrieved December 17, 2019.
  3. ^ "Com foco em Fraga fora do país, Cimed anuncia fim de equipe própria na Stock Car". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. January 2020. Retrieved January 15, 2020.
  4. ^ "Com apoio da Shell, Osman garante vaga na Crown e segue na Stock Car em 2020". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. December 2019. Retrieved January 5, 2020.
  5. ^ "Sem confirmar pilotos, Blau anuncia união com TMG na temporada 2020". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. December 2019. Retrieved January 5, 2020.
  6. ^ "Patrocinadora, Prati rompe com Mattheis e deixa Stock Car no fim do ano". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. December 2019. Retrieved January 5, 2020.
  7. ^ "Grávida, Figueiredo fica fora da Stock Car até outubro. Ipiranga busca substituto". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. January 2020. Retrieved January 21, 2020.
  8. ^ "De surpresa, Toyota confirma presença na temporada 2020 da Stock Car". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. November 2019. Retrieved December 17, 2019.
  9. ^ "Com apoio da Shell, Osman garante vaga na Crown e segue na Stock Car em 2020". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. January 2020. Retrieved January 9, 2020.
  10. ^ "Fraga é anunciado em equipe oficial da Mercedes no Intercontinental GT Challenge". grandepremio.uol.com.br/. January 2020. Retrieved January 9, 2020.
  11. ^ Temporada 2020 - StockCar.com.br
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