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Galid Osman overtakes championship leaders and secures pole in Tarumã

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Galid Osman overtakes championship leaders and secures pole in Tarumã
Oct 21, 2017, 6:26 PM

Thiago Camilo's team-mate, vice-leader of the Stock Car made his first pole of the season

Galid Osman, #28 SP/RCM-Ipiranga Chevrolet
Galid Osman
Galid Osman, #28 SP/RCM-Ipiranga Chevrolet
Galid Osman
Daniel Serra
Daniel Serra
Ricardo Maurício
Felipe Fraga
Rubens Barrichello
César Ramos
Sérgio Jimenez

Just as previously seen in the Buenos Aires event, again in the Taruma's qualifying training Daniel Serra and Thiago Camilo's had another particular duel seeking the best qualifying time. Respectively they are in the first and second place of the Stock Car's 2017 Championship.

However, in the contrary to what happened in the circuit of Buenos Aires where the first position was with Serra, the pole of the Gaucho event went to the hands of the 22nd place in the championship, Galid Osman.

Camilo's successful usage of the push bottom placed him ahead of Serra that had the second position. The vice-leader of the championship was punished for miss-use of the same device in Buenos Aires.

Max Wilson is in third followed by Daniel Serra in fourth, Attila Abreu is in fifth and Ricardo Zonta, lost time because of the Q3 crash and felt to sixth grid position.

Start Grid

Pos. Car # Driver Team Time
1 28 Galid Osman Ipiranga Racing 1m07s800
2 21 Thiago Camilo Ipiranga Racing 1m07s902
3 65 Max Wilson RCM Motorsport 1m08s216
4 29 Daniel Serra Eurofarma RC 1m08s253
5 51 Átila Abreu Shell Racing 1m08s646
6 10 Ricardo Zonta Shell Racing Sem tempo
7 80 Marcos Gomes Cimed Racing 1m07s963
8 77 Valdeno Brito Eisenbahn Racing Team 1m07s999
9 70 Diego Nunes Hero Motorsport 1m08s039
10 1 Antonio Pizzonia Prati-Donaduzzi Racing 1m08s100
11 5 Denis Navarro Cimed Racing Team 1m08s130
12 8 Rafael Suzuki Cavaleiro Sports 1m08s131
13 46 Vitor Genz Eisenbahn Racing Team 1m08s159
14 4 Julio Campos Prati-Donaduzzi Racing 1m08s271
15 90 Ricardo Mauricio Eurofarma RC 1m08s509
16 30 Cesar Ramos Blau Motorsport 1m08s191
17 111 Rubens Barrichello Full Time Sports 1m08s242
18 40 Felipe Fraga Cimed Racing Team 1m08s265
19 18 Allam Khodair Full Time Sports 1m08s350
20 73 Sergio Jimenez Bardahl Hot Car 1m08s360
21 31 Marcio Campos Blau Motorsport 1m08s496
22 44 Betinho Valério Hero Motorsport 1m08s608
23 110 Felipe Lapenna Cavaleiro Sports 1m08s683
24 117 Guilherme Salas Vogel Motorsport 1m08s835
25 3 Bia Figueiredo Full Time Academy 1m08s904
26 12 Lucas Foresti Full Time Academy 1m09s048
27 9 Guga Lima Bardahl Hot Car 1m09s147
28 25 Tuka Rocha RCM Motorsport 1m09s360
29 0 Cacá Bueno Cimed Racing 1m12577
30 83 Gabriel Casagrande Vogel Motorsport Sem tempo

 

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