Ricardo Zonta1976-03-23 (age 43)
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Former F1 racer Ricardo Zonta has spoken out furiously over his third disqualification from a Brazilian Stock Car race in a calendar year, after his recent victory at Velo Citta was annulled.
Serra confirmes favoritism in the first race and Atila wins the second race in Goiania
Daniel Serra makes his ninth pole position in Stock Car Brazil career and fourth in 2017 season
Rubens Barrichello completed the podium in both races from this Sunday
Title contenders Felipe Fraga and Rubens Barrichello were placed seventh and 15th
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
Reigning Champion relied on the experience of his co-driver to take the lead after the pit stop and cruised to the victory. Khodair/da Costa, Mauricio/Salas completed the podium.
Push-to-pass saving was key in the strategy of the frontrunners at round nine
Fastest track of the season highlighted several fights for positions, some spins and remarkable wins for both pole-sitter Valdeno Brito and the "millionaire" Thiago Camilo.
For the second time this season, the Shell Racing driver set the fastest lap on qualifying, closely followed by the Red Bull duo Cacá Bueno and Daniel Serra
GT ace Laurens Vanthoor put himself up to speed and finished the day in P7, two positions in front of his teammate Daniel Serra.
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.
The Dutch seaside resort hosts the third round of the 2014 season, after some spectacular action during the opening two rounds at Nogaro and Brands Hatch.
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.