Round one, Mar de Ajo race results

Turismo Carretera 1st. round. February 10th. 2002 Mar de Ajo (Buenos Aires) Results: QUALIFY Balzano, 1m42s335/1000 a 165,187 km/h J. L. Di Palma a 34/1000 Martin a 51 Aventin a 55 M. Di Palma a 88 Ortelli a 115 Ledesma a 180 Spataro a 276 Verna ...

Round one, Mar de Ajo race results

Turismo Carretera
1st. round.
February 10th. 2002

Mar de Ajo (Buenos Aires) Results:

QUALIFY
Balzano, 1m42s335/1000 a 165,187 km/h
J. L. Di Palma a 34/1000
Martin a 51
Aventin a 55
M. Di Palma a 88
Ortelli a 115
Ledesma a 180
Spataro a 276
Verna a 308
Occhionero a 436
Bisceglia a 460
W. Hernández a 607
F. Iglesias a 610
Acuña a 614
Tadei a 619
Martínez a 672
Salerno a 902
(Clasificaron 47 autos).

FIRST SERIE
Aventin, 10m19s238/1000 a 163,792 km/h
Ledesma a 2s672
F. Iglesias a 6s244
Occhionero a 6s803
Ramos a 7s724
C. Magni a 8s914
Urretavizcaya a 13s337
Redolfi a 13s622
Azar a 19s503
Cingolani a 19s569
Oyhanart a 19s807
Della Santina a 28s880
J. M. Iglesias a 1m14s718
Martínez (F) a 2 vtas
Balzano y Guidi a 3
Récord de vuelta: Aventin en la 3ª, en 1m43s011/1000 a 164,104 km/h.

SECOND SERIE
J. L. Di Palma, 11m53s439/1000 a 142,165 km/h
M. Di Palma a 400/1000
Bisceglia a 2s529
Silva a 5s132
Salerno a 5s914
Arrausi a 6s520
Guarnaccia a 8s064
Minervino a 10s610
Rama a 18s080
Tuero a 19s123
Bernardini a 19s310
Fontana a 20s769
Spataro a 22s483
Bianchi a 36s354
No clasificado: Acuña, 1 vta.

THIRD SERIE
Ortelli, 15m17s638/1000 a 110,529 km/h
Martin a 833/1000
Verna a 1s689
Hernández a 2s429
Bessone (h) a 2s862
Tadei a 3s095
Joseph (h) a 8s864
Riva a 9s651
Dose a 15s819
Ciancaglini a 16s214
Bugliotti a 34s353
No clasificado: Gianini, 1 vta.

START ORDER
1.) Aventin (11)
2.) J. L. Di Palma (4)
3.) Ortelli (1)
4.) Ledesma (20)
5.) M. Di Palma (5)
6.) Martin (21)
7.) F. Iglesias (3)
8.) Bisceglia (9)
9.) Verna (10)
10.) Occhionero (12)
11.) Silva (111)
12.) W. Hernández (85)
13.) Ramos (17)
14.) Salerno (18)
15.) Bessone (h)(7)
16.) Catalán Magni (23)
17.) Arrausi (25)
18.) Tadei (29)
19.) Urretavizcaya (8)
20.) Guarnaccia (19)
21.) Joseph (h) (46)
22.) Redolfi (16)
23.) Minervino (26)
24.) Riva (32)
25.) Azar (67)
26.) Rama (42)
27.) Dose (87)
28.) Cingolani (77)
29.) Tuero (106)
30.) Ciancaglini (45)
31.) Oyhanart (27)
32.) Bernardini (199)
33.) Bugliotti (122)
34.) N. Della Santina (78)
35.) Fontana (43)
36.) J. M. Iglesias (166)
37.) Spataro (95)
38.) Bianchi (64)
39.) Martínez (2) (*)
40.) Balzano (41)
41.) Guidi (56)
42.) Gianini (84)
43.) Acuña (6)
44.) Belloso (30)

FINAL RACE RESULT:

Pos. Piloto Marca Tiempo
1.) Diego Aventin Falcon 42m20s833
2.) Fernando Iglesias Falcon a 10s408
3.) Christian Ledesma Chevrolet a 11s791
4.) Guillermo Ortelli Chevrolet a 12s040
5.) Claudio Bisceglia Chevrolet a 13s062
6.) Juan M. Silva Falcon a 15s024
7.) Henry Martin Falcon a 18s776
8.) Marcos Di Palma Chevrolet a 29s542
9.) Julio Catalán Magni Falcon a 35s010
10.) Eduardo Ramos Falcon a 35s328
11.) Carlos Arrausi (Ch) a 40s536
12.) Walter Hernández (F) a 41s261
13.) Luis Belloso (F) a 48s903
14.) Fabián Acuña (F) a 49s888
15.) Gustavo Tadei (F) a 1m01s182
16.) Daniel Cingolani (Dodge) a 1m09s052
17.) Javier Bernardini (F) a 1m21s875
18.) Norberto Della Santina (F) a 1m33s565
19.) Mariano Oyhanart (F) a 1m34s351
20.) Néstor Riva (D) a 1m42s236
21.) Sergio Guarnaccia (F)
22.) Christian Dose (Ch)
23.) Javier Azar (Ch)
24.) Fabián Bianchi (F)
25.) Marcelo Bugliotti (F) a 1 vta
26.) Oscar Rama (Torino)
27.) Alejandro Occhionero (F) a 4
28.) Ernesto Bessone (h)(D) a 5
29.) Rubén Salerno (D) a 6

Promedio del ganador: 159,333 km/h.
Best lap: J. L. Di Palma en la 2ª, en 1m42s711/1000 a 164,167 km/h.

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