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Fraga won his third win of the season, while Attila won for the first time. Daniel Serra continues to lead
Winner of the Million Race praised the team's work: "One of the best cars I've ever driven in Stock Car"
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.
This week the team will head into central Florida's prestigious Sebring International Raceway for round two of the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.
The team will return to Florida at Sebring International Raceway, where it scored a third-place finish in the PC class last year.
Next up for Tomy and the team is the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring at Sebring International Raceway, March 15.
David Ostella finishing third in the Prototype Challenge class with Performance Tech Motorsports in the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Performance Tech's drivers and crew throughout the race overcame a variety of challenges common to endurance racing on and off the track.