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Mil Milhas Brasil

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Mil Milhas Brasil
Mil Milhas Brasil 2007 start.jpg
LocationInterlagos
First race1956
Most wins (driver)Zeca Giaffone

The Mil Milhas Brasil (also known as the Mil Milhas Brasileiras or 1000 Miles of Brazil in Portuguese) is a sports car endurance race held annually in Brazil since 1956.

The Mil Milhas has been held nearly every year since its inception and is one of the longest running motor racing events in Brazil. Nearly every running has used the Interlagos circuit, but the 1997 and 1999 events were held at Jacarepaguá and Curitiba respectively.

Zeca Giaffone holds the record of most wins, having won in 1981, 1984, 1986, 1988 and 1989.

History

The first Mil Milhas was organized by Eloy Gagliano and Wilson Fittipaldi Sr., the father of Wilson Fittipaldi Júnior and Emerson Fittipaldi. The two had been inspired by the 1949 Italian Mille Miglia. Wilson Fittipaldi Sr. was a journalist and brought media as well as sponsors such as auto parts companies to support the event. The first event was held on November 24–25, 1956 with 31 sports cars competing at the Interlagos circuit.

The race has been held at Interlagos from 1956 to 1996. In 1997, the Jacarepaguá circuit held the event. In 1998, Interlagos again held the event. In 1999, the Curitiba circuit held the event. Since 2001, the event has been held at Interalgos.

In 2007, the race was held as a part of the Le Mans Series, the first time the race had been part of an international championship. The event had previously been supported as a non-championship event in the BPR Global GT Series as well as the FIA GT Championship. FIA GT planned to add the event to their calendar in 2007, but chose to hand the event instead to Le Mans Series organizers.

Results

Winners on 8 km Interlagos track (1956-1989)

Year Drivers Car
1956 Brazil Catharino Andreatta
Brazil Breno Fornari
Carretera Ford
1957 Brazil Aristides Bertuol
Brazil Orlando Menegaz
Carretera Chevrolet
1958 Brazil Catharino Andreatta
Brazil Breno Fornari
Carretera Ford
1959 Brazil Catharino Andreatta
Brazil Breno Fornari
Carretera Ford
1960 Brazil Chico Landi
Brazil Christian Heins
Alfa Romeo JK 2000
1961 Brazil Italo Bertão
Brazil Orlando Menegaz
Chevrolet Corvette
1962
–64
Not held
1965 Brazil Justino de Maio
Brazil Victoria Azzalin
Carretera Chevrolet
1966 Brazil Camilo Christófaro
Brazil Eduardo Celidôneo
Chevrolet Corvette
1967 Brazil Luiz Bueno
Brazil Luiz Terra Smith
Interlagos Mark 1
1968
–1969
Not held
1970 Brazil Abílio Diniz
Brazil Alcides Diniz
Alfa Romeo GTA 2000
1971
–1972
Not held
1973 Brazil Bird Clemente
Brazil Nilson Clemente
Ford Maverick 4800
1974
–1980
Not held
1981 Brazil Zeca Giaffone
Brazil Affonso Giaffone Filho
Brazil Chico Serra
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car
1982 Not held
1983 Brazil Fausto Wajchenberg
Brazil Vicente Corrêa
Brazil Valdir Silva
Volkswagen Passat
1984 Brazil Zeca Giaffone
Brazil Reinaldo Campello
Brazil Maurizio Sandro Sala
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car
1985 Brazil Paulo Gomes
Brazil Fábio Sotto Mayor
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car
1986 Brazil Zeca Giaffone
Brazil Affonso Giaffone Filho
Brazil Walter Travaglini
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car
1987 Brazil Luís Pereira
Brazil Marcos Gracia
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car
1988 Brazil Zeca Giaffone
Brazil Luís Pereira
Brazil Walter Travaglini
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car
1989 Brazil Zeca Giaffone
Brazil Walter Travaglini
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car

Winners on 4.3 km Interlagos track (1990-1996)

Year Drivers Car
1990 Brazil Carlos Alves
Brazil José Carlos Dias
Chevrolet Opala Stock Car
1991 Not held
1992 Brazil Klaus Heitkotter
Germany Jurgen Weis
Germany Marc Gindorf
BMW M3 2300
1993 Brazil Antônio Hermann
Austria Franz Konrad
Germany Franz Prangemeier
Porsche 911
1994 Brazil Wilson Fittipaldi
Brazil Christian Fittipaldi
Porsche 911 RSR
1995 Brazil Wilson Fittipaldi
Brazil Antônio Hermann
Austria Franz Konrad
Porsche 993
1996 Brazil André Lara Resende
Brazil Roberto Keller
Brazil Roberto Aranha
Porsche 911

Winners 1997-2000

Year Drivers Car Track
1997 Brazil Nelson Piquet
Venezuela Johnny Cecotto
United Kingdom Steve Soper
McLaren F1 GTR Jacarepaguá
1998 Brazil Tom Stefani
Brazil André Grillo
Brazil Júlio Fernandes
AS Vectra 2.0 Interlagos
1999 Brazil Beto Borghesi
Brazil Jair Bana
Brazil Luciano Borghesi
Aldee AP-2000 Curitiba
2000 Not held

Winners on Interlagos track (2001-2008)

Year Drivers Car
2001 Brazil André Lara Resende
Brazil Régis Schuch
Brazil Max Wilson
Brazil Flávio Trindade
Porsche 911 GT3
2002 Brazil Régis Schuch
Brazil Flávio Trindade
Brazil Raul Boesel
Porsche 911 GT3
2003 Brazil Ingo Hoffmann
Brazil Xandy Negrão
Brazil Ricardo Etchenique
Brazil Fernando Nabuco
Porsche 911 GT3
2004 Italy Stefano Zonca
Italy Angelo Lancelotti
Italy Fabrizio Gollin
Dodge Viper GTS-R
2005 Brazil Xandy Negrão
Brazil Xandynho Negrão
Brazil Guto Negrão
Brazil Giuliano Losacco
Audi TT DTM
2006 Brazil Nelson Piquet
Brazil Nelsinho Piquet
France Christophe Bouchut
Brazil Hélio Castroneves
Aston Martin DBR9
2007 France Nicolas Minassian
Spain Marc Gené
Peugeot 908 HDi FAP
2008 Brazil Raul Boesel
Brazil Max Wilson
Brazil Marcel Visconde
Porsche 911 GT3 RSR

2009-2018

2009-2019 Not held

The race was not held in the decade 2009-2019

Winners since 2020

Year Drivers Car
2020 Brazil Esio Vichiese
Brazil Renan Guerra
United Kingdom Stuart Turvey
Ginetta G55 GT4

References

  • "Mil Milhas Brasileiras". Motor Racing Circuits Database. Archived from the original on 2009-09-03. Retrieved 2007-12-01.
  • "Endurance – Mil Milhas Brasileiras" (in Portuguese). Cronospeed. 21 January 2005. Retrieved 2007-12-01.
  • "Tópícos" (in Portuguese). Autódromo de Interlagos – "José Carlos Pace". Archived from the original on 2007-11-09. Retrieved 2007-12-01.

External links


This page was last edited on 26 June 2020, at 08:15
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