Serra overcomes Camilo and win the pole for tomorrow's Million Race

Dominating all phases of the training, vice-leader of the 2017 championship surpasses three times champion of the iconic Brazilian Stock Car millionaire event

Serra overcomes Camilo and win the pole for tomorrow's Million Race
Daniel Serra
Ricardo Maurício
Felipe Fraga
Rubens Barrichello
Daniel Serra
Battle for 1st: Daniel Serra vs. Marcos Gomes
Daniel Serra, #29 Red Bull Racing and Marcos Gomes, #80 Voxx Racing Team
Daniel Serra, Red Bull Racing Chevrolet
Denis Navarro
Cacá Bueno
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The fact that he won the Million Race three times and reached Curitiba as the leader of the Stock Car championship this year, was not enough for Thiago Camilo to take the pole position.

Daniel Serra, who comes to the millionaire event after winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and is the vice-leader in the Brazilian Stock Car championship, looks in an illuminated phase. This Saturday, he scored 1'188.538 in the qualifying practice decision and won the seventh pole position of his career in this series. Camilo, who came with the best time thus far, will be in tomorrow’s front row, in second position.

The last two Stock champions, Marcos Gomes and Felipe Fraga form the second row, while Julio Campos and Ricardo Mauricio make the third.

Cacá Bueno will be seventh. Rubens Barrichello did not do well in qualifying training and will start the race in the 18th position.

Starting grid for the MIllion Race

Position Driver Time
1 Daniel Serra 1:18.538
2 Thiago Camilo 1:18.754
3 Marcos Gomes 1:18.760
4 Felipe Fraga 1:19.065
5 Julio Campos 1:19.103
6 Ricardo Mauricio 1:19.195
7 Cacá Bueno 1:18.930
8 Max Wilson 1:18.990
9 Diego Nunes 1:19.028
10 Gabriel Casagrande 1:19.042
11 Átila Abreu 1:19.056
12 Ricardo Zonta 1:19.149
13 Antonio Pizzonia 1:19.164
14 Valdeno Brito 1:19.266
15 Lucas Foresti 1:19.372
16 Tuka Rocha 1:19.031
17 Rafael Suzuki 1:19.048
18 Allam Khodair 1:19.092
19 Rubens Barrichello 1:19.132
20 Denis Navarro 1:19.151
21 Galid Osman 1:19.189
22 Cesar Ramos 1:19.218
23 Sergio Jimenez 1:19.237
24 Vitor Genz 1:19.252
25 Betinho Valério 1:19.286
26 Guga Lima 1:19.433
27 Marcio Campos 1:19.561
28 Felipe Lapenna 1:19.583
29 Guilherme Salas 1:19.667
30 Bia Figueiredo 1:20.070
31 Beto Monteiro 1:20.355
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