Felipe Fraga1995-07-03 (age 25)
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Ben Keating, Jeroen Bleekemolen and Felipe Fraga will team up for a full season in the FIA World Endurance Championship with the Project 1 Porsche team.
Ford executive chairman Bill Ford has expressed disappointment at the decision to disqualify Keating Motorsports' winning GTE Am entry from last weekend's 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Daniel Serra and Ricardo Mauricio were the Sunday's protagonists
In the double round held in Buenos Aires, Felipe Fraga wins the first race and Rubens Barrichello wins the second
Fraga won his third win of the season, while Attila won for the first time. Daniel Serra continues to lead
Felipe Fraga beat Daniel Serra to clinch sixth career pole position at Stock Car; championship leader will start in second position
The 21-year old only needs a 12th place to clinch the championship; Barrichello starts second aware of the difficult mission he faces this Sunday
Title contenders Felipe Fraga and Rubens Barrichello were placed seventh and 15th
40-minute race will award double the points to define the 2016 Stock Car champion; it is on between 21-year old Felipe Fraga and the 44-year old Rubens Barrichello - youth against experience
Crowded grandstands, sunny Sunday and two heats filled with different strategies; Fraga now 37 points ahead in front with only one race to go
Felipe Fraga stays ahead in the championship, but his advantage dropped from 44 points to 29 over Barrichello
F1 veteran know he has to stay ahead of Fraga on the main race to shorten the gap from leader Felipe Fraga in the standings.
22 cars within the same second on the first free practice; FP2 will be streamed live on Stock Cars official YouTube channel
With three rounds remaining in the season, Felipe Fraga tries to extend his lead in the championship
Benchmark will be achieved by Brazil’s most prestigious racing series this Sunday at the ninth round of the season.
Extremely balanced qualifying session this Saturday when the top-3 finished split by only 0s008
Thiago Camilo lead the first free practice of the weekend on the track of his very last Stock Car victory
The Tarumã circuit features the fifth round of the season. Felipe Fraga leads the standing only seven points ahead his teammate Marcos Gomes
20-year-old matched the best lap in the end of the session. Allam Khodair, by only 0s048, got the second place
Second double-header of the season is held this weekend with teams already working on their pit stop strategies.
Red Bull driver starts ahead of competition for the fifth time at the calendar’s shortest circuit. Teammate Daniel Serra lies second ahead Ricardo Mauricio and Marcos Gomes
Leaders live a drama on qualifying, Marcos Gomes starts 27th, one position behind challenger Cacá Bueno.
Marcos Gomes, third and 11th this Sunday, mantains a 32-point margin gap in the lead. Interlagos hosts the ‘gran finale’, with double points
Season leader Marcos Gomes starts in second, while Cacá Bueno will have to dig a little deeper after taking only the 11th position
Push-to-pass saving was key in the strategy of the frontrunners at round nine
Heavy clouds and a rainy day set the tone for the first day of practice in Campo Grande for round 9. Daniel Serra and Allam Khodair set the pace on the wet track.
Brazilian V8 Stock Car star Thiago Camilo returns to action this weekend just two weeks after he was hospitalized following a horrendous crash at Curitba.
Sunday’s sixth round of the Brazilian Stock Car Championship at Curitiba was disrupted by two bizarre track invasions – both human and canine – as well as the huge crash that caused two drivers to be hospitalized.
Round two of the season was the first double-header of the year. Bueno made peace with victory after 20 months of his last; an emotional Tuka wins for the first time in his Stock Car career.
Round two of the championship takes place on the streets of Ribeirão Preto in the first double-header of the season.
45 thousand people packed the grandstand at the Ayrton Senna Circuit in Goiânia. Marcos Gomes/Mark Winterbottom came second with Allam Khodair/Antonio Felix da Costa third after a fierce battle with Cacá Bueno/José Maria López
Marcos Gomes and Australia’s Mark Winterbottom join them on the first row of the grid in the Race of the Duos, the opening round of Brazilian Stock Car Championship.
Thiago Camilo and Lucas Di Grassi fastest in the wet.
Mark Winterbottom, Laurens Vanthoor, Nestor Girolami and several others showed quick adaptation to the 500hp-powered touring cars.
First practice in Goiania was split in two groups, with the second one right after a light rain.
Five-time Brazilian go-karting champion Felipe Fraga, 18 years old, who doesn’t even have a regular driver’s license yet, was very emotional during the celebrations.
The grid for today race was defined yesterday in separate qualifying sessions for regular and guest drivers.
Each one of the regular Championship contending drivers is partnering with a guest driver for the weekend.
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs highlights the driver lineup in multiple series by the Manor MP Motorsport.