marc Zimmermann - motorsport.com The seventh round of the Brazilian F-Chevrolet Championship in GoiÃ¢nia was won by Ã‚ngelo Serafin, from SÃ£o Paulo. While the leaders and favorites crashed each other at the beginning of the race, Serafin drove...
marc Zimmermann - motorsport.com
The seventh round of the Brazilian F-Chevrolet Championship in Goiânia was won by Ângelo Serafin, from São Paulo. While the leaders and favorites crashed each other at the beginning of the race, Serafin drove a fine race and finished first, ahead of Rodrigo Hanashiro and André Grillo. These 3 drivers are very good new generation drivers in Brazil and are favorites for the title of 2000.
Race Results: 1) Ângelo Serafin, SP, eq. Vipal, 21 laps in 32min16s673; 2) Rodrigo Hanashiro, SP, eq. Vogel, a 20s986; 3) André Grillo, SP, eq. Itaipu, a 22s385; 4) Thiago Lenza, MG, eq. Petrobras/Dragão, a 23s059; 5) Popó Bueno, RJ, eq. G5R, a 23s223; 6) Christian Rocha, SC, eq. Vogel, a 24s124; 7) Karlos Fernandes, MS, eq. Petrobras/RS, a 28s474; 8) Urubatan Helou Jr., SP, eq. M4T Racing, a 30s086; 9) Marcito Dombeck, PR, eq. Indol, a 35s910; 10) Felipe Massa, SP, eq. Mastercard, a 38s164.
Best lap: Serafin, 1min28s080 av. speed 156,744 km/h.
Championship Standings 1) Massa, 91 pontos; 2) Carbone, 74; 3) Fernandes, 72; 4) Serafin, 58; 5) Hanashiro, 46; 6) Rocha, 44; 7) Helou, 38; 8) Luís Mussi, 36; 9) Henrique Favoretto, 34; 10) Lenza, 22.