Stock Car Pro Series News
Reigning Stock Car Pro Series champion Ricardo Mauricio and Thiago Camilo won the races at the Autodromo Internacional de Curitiba, the sixth round of the 2021 season.
Thiago Camilo and Atila Abreu won the races at the fifth round of the 2021 Stock Car Pro Series championship in Brazil at Cascavel, the fastest circuit on the schedule.
Former Ferrari Formula 1 star Rubens Barrichello’s 18-year-old son Eduardo will replace Matias Rossi at the Full Time team to partner his father from the next Brazilian Stock Car Pro Series round.
Two ex-Formula 1 drivers commanded the action as the Brazilian Stock Car Pro Series held the second part of its double-header at Velocitta in the state of Sao Paulo on Sunday.
Stock Car Pro Series held the first of its double-header races this weekend at the Autódromo Velocitta, which were won by Gabriel Casagrande and Rubens Barrichello.
Gabriel Casagrande and Formula E champion Antonio Felix da Costa won the Stock Car Pro Series races at the second round at Interlagos on Sunday.
Three-time Stock Car Brazil Pro Series champion Ricardo Mauricio has tested positive for COVID-19 and will be replaced in the upcoming Interlagos races this weekend by current Formula E champion, Antonio Felix da Costa.
Two-time Le Mans 24 Hours class winner Daniel Serra won the main race as Rubens Barrichello, Tony Kanaan, Nelson Piquet and Felipe Massa hit problems.
The husband and father-in-law of former IndyCar and Stock Car Brasil driver Bia Figueiredo, also sometimes known as Ana Beatriz, have been arrested and charged during an investigation into embezzlement in Rio de Janeiro.
Daniel Serra won his third consecutive Stock Car Brazil championship at Interlagos on Sunday, to match his father – and former F1 driver – Chico.
Ricardo Mauricio has hit out at the decision to disqualify his victory in the second Brazilian Stock Car Championship race at Goiania on Sunday, due to a brake light failure.
Ex-Ferrari Formula 1 star Felipe Massa has paid tribute to Tuka Rocha, the Brazilian racing driver who died on Sunday, labelling him a hero for attempting to save the life of a young boy who was on the plane that crashed last Thursday.
Thiago Camilo and Bruno Baptista were the winners of the Velo Citta round of the Brazilian Stock Car Championship on Sunday.
Felipe Fraga and Atila Abreu were the winners of the latest round of the Brazilian Stock Car Championship held in the southern city of Cascavel, and both races featured a lot of overtaking at the front end of the grid.
Two sponsors in the Brazilian Stock Car Series allowed their cars to switch liveries at Velopark, in Nova Santa Rita over the weekend to promote a national organ donation campaign.
Guest driver Lucas di Grassi lost the showpiece ‘Million Race’ round of the Brazilian Stock Car series after ignoring a penalty for a move on teammate Ricardo Mauricio, which led to his disqualification.
Formula E star Lucas di Grassi took a shock pole position for the Brazilian Stock Car ‘Million Race’ at Interlagos.
Former F1 star Rubens Barrichello pulled off the perfect strategy to win Race 2 from 14th on the grid in Campo Grande’s Brazilian Stock Car round, while pole-winner Thiago Camilo won the opener.
Nelson Piquet Jr scored his first podium of the year in the Brazilian Stock Car double-header at Santa Cruz do Sul, while Rubens Barrichello also shone with an outstanding recovery from a poor qualifying that moved him to third in the points race.
Ipiranga Racing’s Thiago Camilo and Ricardo Mauricio (Eurofarma RC) were the winners of Londrina rounds of the Brazilian Stock Car Championship, as former IndyCar driver Ana Beatriz scored her best result to date.
Former F1 stars Rubens Barrichello and Ricardo Zonta shared the wins, but Daniel Serra is the new series leader after being on the podium in both races at Goiania.
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.
On the 40th anniversary season of Stock Car Brazil, the most-read motor racing website in the world – Motorsport.com – has announced a content partnership with Brazil’s premier domestic series.
The biggest and most famous domestic motorsport series in Brazil starts its 2019 season this weekend, featuring some historical events and famous drivers.
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