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Giuliano Losacco

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Giuliano Losacco
NationalityBrazil Brazilian
Born (1977-03-17) March 17, 1977 (age 43)
São Paulo
Stock Car Brasil career
Debut season2003
Current teamBassani Racing
Car number9
Former teamsRC Competições
A.Mattheis Motorsport
Vogel Motorsport
JF Racing
Mico’s Racing
Hot Car Competições
Starts103
Championships2 (2004, 2005)
Wins8
Poles9
Fastest laps5
Previous series
1998
2000
2006
2007
2007–2008
2011
Eurocup Formula Renault
Formula Three Sudamericana
Autozone West Series
TC 2000
GT3 Brasil Championship
Brasileiro de Marcas

Giuliano Losacco (born March 17, 1977) is a Brazilian racing driver.[1][2] He is the 2004 and 2005 Stock Car Brasil champion.

Racing career

Complete Stock Car Brasil results

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Pos Points
2003 Itupetro RC Chevrolet Vectra CTB
2
CGD
Ret
INT
8
RIO
Ret
LON
Ret
INT
1
CTB
Ret
CGD
6
RIO
Ret
BSB
2
CTB
13
INT
7
8th 95
2004 Itupetro RC Chevrolet Astra CTB
1
INT
1
TAR
Ret
LON
1
RIO
5
INT
2
CTB
2
LON
1
RIO
9
BSB
10
CGD
14
INT
5
1st 177
2005 Medley-A.Mattheis Chevrolet Astra INT
2
CTB
4
RIO
Ret
INT
11
CTB
Ret
LON
5
BSB
2
SCZ
2
TAR
7
ARG
1
RIO
1
INT
3
1st 166
2006 Medley-A.Mattheis Chevrolet Astra INT
6
CTB
3
CGD
Ret
INT
24
LON
3
CTB
3
SCZ
8
BSB
22
TAR
1
ARG
Ret
RIO
9
INT
Ret
5th 244
2007 Texaco Vogel Chevrolet Astra INT
9
CTB
6
CGD
Ret
INT
8
LON
15
SCZ
Ret
CTB
Ret
BSB
Ret
ARG
Ret
TAR
20
RIO
Ret
INT
12
23rd 30
2008 JF Racing Peugeot 307 INT
Ret
BSB
4
CTB
8
SCZ
12
CGD
9
INT
15
RIO
25
LON
2
CTB
4
BSB
8
TAR
24
INT
16
6th 230
2009 JF Racing Peugeot 307 INT
9
CTB
14
BSB
Ret
SCZ
15
INT
4
SAL
9
RIO
Ret
CGD
12
CTB
5
BSB
Ret
TAR
Ret
INT
Ret
18th 39
2010 Mico's Racing Peugeot 307 INT
Ret
CTB
11
VEL
Ret
RIO
21
RBP
6
SAL
13
INT
Ret
CGD
14
LON
5
SCZ
17
BSB
24
CTB
Ret
21st 32
2011 Hot Car Competições Chevrolet Vectra CTB
10
INT
Ret
RBP
12
VEL
10
CGD
12
RIO
21
INT
Ret
SAL
10
SCZ
Ret
LON
13
BSB
4
VEL
10
16th 49
2012 Bassani Racing Peugeot 408 INT
18
CTB
17
VEL
RBP
LON
RIO
27th 33
Shell Racing SAL
24
CAS
Ret
TAR
12
CTB
11
BSB
14
INT

References

External links

Sporting positions
Preceded by
David Muffato
Stock Car Brasil champion
2004–2005
Succeeded by
Cacá Bueno
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