Mauricio exceeds Serra by 6 milliseconds and is pole in Interlagos

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Mauricio exceeds Serra by 6 milliseconds and is pole in Interlagos
Dec 9, 2017, 7:13 PM

The Championship-leader's teammate, Ricardo Mauricio, "steals the scene" in this Saturday's qualifying

Ricardo Mauricio
Cacá Bueno
Cacá Bueno
Rubens Barrichello, Nelsinho Piquet
Ricardo Mauricio
Thiago Camilo, Daniel Serra
Átila Abreu
Felipe Fraga
Thiago Camilo
Daniel Serra

The current phase of Daniel Serra could give his first Brazilian Stock Car title tomorrow, but it is not enough to conquer the pole position on today’s qualifying for the final race of the championship in Interlagos.

With the time of 1:42'.343, Ricardo Mauricio won the right to drop in the front, only 0.006 seconds faster than his teammate Serra.

In the second row were Marcos Gomes and Cesar Ramos, followed by Max Wilson and Rubens Barrichello, who were also in Q3.

Thiago Camilo, the only other competitor to the title, had a good performance, but only managed to reach the eighth starting position.

Qualifying results

Positio Car #
Driver
1 90 Ricardo Mauricio
2 29 Daniel Serra
3 80 Marcos Gomes
4 30 Cesar Ramos
5 65 Max Wilson
6 111 Rubens Barrichello
7 87 Diego Nunes
8 21 Thiago Camilo
9 544 Augusto Farfus
10 110 Felipe Lapenna
11 73 Sergio Jimenez
12 5 Denis Navarro
13 12 Lucas Foresti
14 18 Allam Khodair
15 46 Vitor Genz
16 40 Felipe Fraga
17 25 Tuka Rocha
18 8 Rafael Suzuki
19 28 Galid Osman
20 117 Guilherme Salas
21 4 Julio Campos
22 10 Ricardo Zonta
23 1 Antonio Pizzonia
24 51 Átila Abreu
25 3 Bia Figueiredo
26 0 Cacá Bueno
27 9 Guga Lima
28 31 Marcio Campos
29 188 Beto Monteiro
30 83 Gabriel Casagrande
31 555 Renato Braga
32 77 Valdeno Brito

 

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