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Thiago Camilo overcomes Cacá Bueno and wins pole at Velopark

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Thiago Camilo overcomes Cacá Bueno and wins pole at Velopark
Apr 22, 2017, 6:52 PM

Ipiranga Racing driver dominates Q3 and gets 16th pole of his career. Current champion, Felipe Fraga disappoints

Race 2 winner Thiago Camilo
Thiago Camilo
Bia Figueiredo
Rubens Barrichello
Allam Khodair
Marcos Gomes
Daniel Serra
Thiago Camilo
Max Wilson

Thiago Camilo won pole position for the first race of the Stock Car Velopark round. The # 21 car driver scored 53s819 and overcame Cacá Bueno in Q3, a decisive part of the new category qualification. This is the 16th time that Camilo start a race in Stock Car.

In the second row Ricardo Mauricio and Max Wilson were guaranteed and in the third line Daniel Serra and Marcos Gomes.

Former F1 driver Rubens Barrichello do not reach Q3 and will be in eighth position. The defending champion, Felipe Fraga disappointed, not even reaching Q2. It will be the 16th on Sunday.

Check the complete grid

Position Number Driver
1 21 Thiago Camilo
2 0 Cacá Bueno
3 90 Ricardo Mauricio
4 65 Max Wilson
5 29 Daniel Serra
6 80 Marcos Gomes
7 77 Valdeno Brito
8 111 Rubens Barrichello
9 10 Ricardo Zonta
10 46 Vitor Genz
11 51 Átila Abreu
12 25 Tuka Rocha
13 12 Lucas Foresti
14 4 Julio Campos
15 83 Gabriel Casagrande
16 88 Felipe Fraga
17 70 Diego Nunes
18 1 Antonio Pizzonia
19 18 Allam Khodair
20 73 Sergio Jimenez
21 110 Felipe Lapenna
22 8 Rafael Suzuki
23 28 Galid Osman
24 44 Betinho Valério
25 30 Cesar Ramos
26 3 Bia Figueiredo
27 117 Guilherme Salas
28 5 Denis Navarro
29 9 Guga Lima
30 31 Marcio Campos

 

 

 

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