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Stock Car Brasil in 2006
Stock Car Brasil in 2007


Stock Car Brasil (also known as Campeonato Brasileiro de Stock Car) is a stock car auto racing series held in Brazilmarker, its first season was in 1979, it's considered the major Brazilian motorsports series. The cars are similar to the ones in NASCAR, although there are no oval tracks.

The series consists in 4 competitions, the main Stock Car V8 (called Copa NEXTEL), the second level Stock Car Light (called Copa Vicar), the third Stock Jr, and the Pickup Racing (using pickup trucks). The competing marques (as of 2009) are Chevrolet and Peugeot.

History



The first race was held on April 22 1979 at the Autódromo de Tarumã in Rio Grande do Sul.

Chevrolet was the only manufacturer in competition until 2005, when Mitsubishi entered its Lancer. In 2006 Volkswagen entered its Bora and 2007, the fourth competitor, Peugeot, entered its 307. However, all cars use common chassis and engines, both supplied by ZF Racing. The tyre supplier was Pirelli from 1979 until 2007. Goodyear has now replaced Pirelli for the 2008 season.

Besides the main Stock Car V8 series, the event also has two junior leagues, the Stock Car Light (the Vicar Cup), and Stock Junior (since 2006) series. As for the spec of the Stock Car Light, the engine is suppressed compared with the V8 series though other spec is basically the same as the V8 series and the external is only Chevrolet Astra Hatchback. Stock Junior uses small race cars that combine a Yamaha motorcycle engine with the JL Racing chassis.

Fatal accidents

There have been four fatal accidents:



Cars





Stock Car Brasil series

Stock Car V8

The main competition, named Copa NEXTEL, uses 480 HP cars.

Stock Car Light

The second-highest level, named Copa Vicar, created in 1993, uses 350 HP cars.

Stock Jr.

The thirst-highest level, created in 2006, uses 130 HP cars.

Pickup Racing

Uses based pickup trucks, created in 2008.

Pointing System

Qualify

Position 1st 2nd 3rd
Points 3 2 1


Race

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11st 12nd 13rd 14th 15th
Points 25 20 16 14 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1


Drivers

Notable drivers

  • Affonso Giaffone Filho (1979 - 1980s) - The winner of the first race in 1979, and the champion of the 1981 season. The father of Affonso Giaffone, a former IndyCar Series driver.
  • Paulo Gomes (1979 - 2003) - The winner of the first season in 1979, also 4 time champion.
  • Ingo Hoffmann (1979 - 2008) - 12 times champion (1980, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 2002) and most winner of the series. He entered from the first race of the series in 1979, and competed for 30 years until 2008.
  • Cacá Bueno (2002 - ) - Champion: 2006 and 2007, Runner-up: 2003, 2004 and 2005. He is one of the sons of the sports commentator Galvão Bueno.


Former Formula One drivers

Currently in the series



Formerly in the series



Previous Champions

Year Driver Car
1979 Paulo Gomes Chevrolet Opala
1980 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Opala
1981 Affonso Giaffone Chevrolet Opala
1982 Alencar Jr. Chevrolet Opala
1983 Paulo Gomes Chevrolet Opala
1984 Paulo Gomes Chevrolet Opala
1985 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Opala
1986 Marcos Garcia Chevrolet Opala
1987 Zeca Giaffone Chevrolet Opala
1988 Fábio Sotto Mayor Chevrolet Opala
1989 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Opala
1990 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Opala
1991 Ingo Hoffmann / Ângelo Giombelli Chevrolet Opala
1992 Ingo Hoffmann / Ângelo Giombelli Chevrolet Opala
1993 Ingo Hoffmann / Ângelo Giombelli Chevrolet Opala
1994 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Omega
1995 Paulo Gomes Chevrolet Omega
1996 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Omega
1997 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Omega
1998 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Omega
1999 Chico Serra Chevrolet Omega
2000 Chico Serra Chevrolet Vectra
2001 Chico Serra Chevrolet Vectra
2002 Ingo Hoffmann Chevrolet Vectra
2003 David Muffato Chevrolet Vectra
2004 Giuliano Losacco Chevrolet Astra
2005 Giuliano Losacco Chevrolet Astra
2006 Cacá Bueno Mitsubishi Lancer
2007 Cacá Bueno Mitsubishi Lancer
2008 Ricardo Maurício Peugeot 307
2009 Cacá Bueno Peugeot 307


Circuits

Races are held most in road tracks, in 2009 for the first time a race was held in a street circuit in Salvador.

2009 schedule

Date State City Track Map
March 29 São Paulomarker São Paulomarker Autódromo de Interlagosmarker
April 12 Paranámarker Curitibamarker Autódromo Internacional de Curitibamarker
May 03 Distrito Federalmarker Brasiliamarker Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquetmarker
July 17 Rio Grande do Sul Santa Cruz do Sulmarker Autódromo Internacional de Santa Cruz do Sul
July 05 São Paulomarker São Paulomarker Autódromo de Interlagosmarker
August 09 Bahia Salvador CAB Street Circuit
September 20 Rio de Janeiromarker Rio de Janeiromarker Autódromo de Jacarepaguámarker
October 04 Mato Grosso do Sul Campo Grande Autódromo Internacional Orlando Mouramarker
October 25 Paranámarker Curitibamarker Autódromo Internacional de Curitibamarker
November 08 Distrito Federalmarker Brasiliamarker Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquetmarker
November 22 Rio Grande do Sul Viamãomarker Autódromo Internacional de Tarumãmarker
December 12 São Paulomarker São Paulomarker Autódromo de Interlagosmarker


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