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Thiago Camilo
Thiago Camilo 01 cropped.jpg
Thiago Camilo at the Bahia round of the 2013 Stock Car Brasil.
Nationality Brazilian
Born (1984-09-20) September 20, 1984 (age 36)
São Paulo
Stock Car Brasil career
Debut season2003
Current teamRCM Motorsport
Car number21
Wins8
Poles10
Best finishRunner-up in 2009
Previous series
2001–2002
2007–2009
2009
2010
Stock Car Light
TC 2000
GT3 Brasil Championship
Trofeo Línea

Thiago Camilo Palmieri (São Paulo September 20 of 1984) is a Brazilian racing driver. Since 2003 he competes in the Stock Car Brasil touring car championship driving for Chevrolet. He was Runner-up in 2009 and 2013. He is a three-time winner of the Corrida do Milhão.

Career

Thiago Camilo began attending racetracks in the womb, Mari. His father, Jose 'Bel' Camillo, was a pilot in various categories of tourism and ended his career in Stock V8, the year his son was making his debut (2003).

Thiago belongs to a small group of Brazilian pilots that never became interested in motor racing formula, and planned a career in tourism. In 1994, began collecting good results in disputes over the Junior category São Paulo kart. Won several regional titles in 2000. joined Stock Car Light in 2001 (was third in two years he attended)

In November 2004, winning the last race of the season (November 28, at Interlagos), became the youngest driver to win the Stock Car, with 20 years, two months and eight days. That season, before the age of 20, became the youngest driver to achieve a pole position (1 May, in Tarumã). After seven seasons on the team Vogel, where he won his eight wins and ten pole positions, four times in a row came to the Super Final (2006–2009) and was runner-up (2009).[1] Thiago Camilo inaugurates a new partnership in 2011, now running under the baton of Rosinei Campos, RCM Motorsport team owner and champion of four of the last seven seasons in the Stock Car Brasil with the team Eurofarma RC.

Racing record

Career summary

Season Series Team Name Races Poles Wins F/Laps Podiums Points Final Placing
2001 Stock Car Light ? 10 2 2 1 5 84 3rd
2002 Stock Car Light ? 10 2 4 4 6 119 3rd
2003 Stock Car Brasil RC Competições 12 0 0 0 0 0 17th
2004 Stock Car Brasil Vogel Motorsport 12 1 2 2 5 128 4th
2005 Stock Car Brasil Vogel Motorsport 12 1 1 3 2 71 7th
2006 Stock Car Brasil Vogel Motorsport 12 1 1 0 2 237 6th
2007 Stock Car Brasil Vogel Motorsport 12 1 2 3 4 247 3rd
TC 2000 Toyota Team Argentina 1 0 0 0 0 N/A NC
2008 Stock Car Brasil Vogel Motorsport 12 2 1 3 5 277 3rd
TC 2000 Renault Lo Jack Team 1 0 0 0 0 N/A NC
2009 Stock Car Brasil Vogel Motorsport 12 2 2 1 3 269 2nd
TC 2000 Renault Lo Jack Team 3 0 0 0 1 N/A NC
TC 2000 Copa Endurance Series 24 6th
GT3 Brasil Championship WB Motorsport 9 2 0 1 7 131 6th
2010 Stock Car Brasil Vogel Motorsport 12 0 1 1 2 56 12th
Trofeo Linea Brasil Engmakers Racing Team 12 0 0 1 0 18 17th

Complete Stock Car Brasil results

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Rank Points
2003 Scuderia Lobo Chevrolet Astra CTB
7
CGD
Ret
INT
6
RIO
Ret
LON
7
INT
Ret
CTB
Ret
CGD
Ret
RIO
Ret
BSB
Ret
CTB
Ret
INT
10
17th 34
2004 Vogel Motorsport Chevrolet Vectra CTB
9
INT
2
TAR
Ret
LON
10
RIO
2
INT
17
CTB
Ret
LON
19
RIO
6
BSB
2
CGD
2
INT
1
4th 128
2005 Texaco Vogel Chevrolet Astra INT
Ret
CTB
Ret
RIO
1
INT
Ret
CTB
Ret
LON
21
BSB
12
SCZ
Ret
TAR
4
ARG
Ret
RIO
3
INT
5
7th 71
2006 Texaco Vogel Chevrolet Astra INT
8
CTB
4
CGD
Ret
INT
2
LON
25
CTB
1
SCZ
5
BSB
4
TAR
Ret
ARG
5
RIO
7
INT
Ret
6th 237
2007 Texaco Vogel Chevrolet Astra INT
23
CTB
2
CGD
2
INT
5
LON
1
SCZ
Ret
CTB
Ret
BSB
8
ARG
2
TAR
6
RIO
Ret
INT
Ret
3rd 247
2008 Vogel Motorsport Chevrolet Astra INT
2
BSB
5
CTB
6
SCZ
Ret
CGD
5
INT
2
RIO
4
LON
1
CTB
3
BSB
10
TAR
4
INT
1
3rd 277
2009 Vogel Motorsport Chevrolet Vectra INT
Ret
CTB
3
BSB
7
SCZ
DSQ
INT
27
SAL
Ret
RIO
7
CGD
1
CTB
4
BSB
8
TAR
7
INT
1
2nd 269
2010 Vogel Motosport Chevrolet Vectra INT
18
CTB
6
VEL
Ret
RIO
Ret
RBP
20
SAL
2
INT
5
CGD
DSQ
LON
Ret
SCZ
DSQ
BSB
3
CTB
DSQ
12th 56
2011 RCM Motorsport Chevrolet Vectra CTB
1
INT
4
RBP
8
VEL
2
CGD
4
RIO
3
INT
1
SAL
1
SCZ
Ret
LON
Ret
BSB
18
VEL
9
8th 232
2012 RCM Motorsport Chevrolet Sonic INT
2
CTB
Ret
VEL
Ret
RBP
6
LON
4
RIO
2
SAL
7
CAS
16
TAR
1
CTB
Ret
BSB
21
INT
1
5th 158
2013 Ipiranga-RCM Chevrolet Sonic INT
19
CUR
3
TAR
2
SAL
3
BRA
3
CAS
9
RBP
1
CAS
5
VEL
8
CUR
2
BRA
1
INT
6
2nd 215
2014 Ipiranga-RCM Chevrolet Sonic INT
1

SCZ
1

SCZ
2

BRA
1

BRA
2

GOI
1

GOI
2

GOI
1

CAS
1

CAS
2

CUR
1

CUR
2

VEL
1

VEL
2

SAL
1

SAL
2

TAR
1

TAR
2

RBP
1

RBP
2

CUR
1

NC N/A

References

External links

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