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Cesar Ramos and Atila Abreu win in Goiânia

In a very tough race, where he had to resist Nelson Piquet Jr's attack in the last laps, Cesar Ramos managed to reach just over half a second ahead of Piquet Jr and won the main race, which opened the seventh round of the Stock Car Pro Series in outer ring of the Goiânia circuit.

Pic: Carsten Horst/Hyset

This was Cesar Ramos' second victory in the Stock Car Pro Series. The first was achieved in October 2022, also in Goiânia, and also starting from pole position, but on the mix circuit. “The strategy adopted by the team of being the first to make the pit stop worked, and, in the last laps, Nelson came with a slightly stronger pace than mine, but I managed the advantage”, he said.

Pic: Duda Bairros

In race 2, Átila Abreu was the winner in a special race. It was the 600th race in the history of Stock Car Pro Series. Atila took the lead shortly after the safety car's first entry. He maintained the lead after the mandatory pit stop window, and had the victory confirmed with the red flag with four minutes to go.


Átila Abreu led the double for the Pole Motorsport Team, led by engineer Joselmo Barcik, known as Polenta. Second place went to Rafael Suzuki.


“I managed to start well, that put me close to the top ten, then I had a good pace. There was a moment that was crucial when, with one push, I passed five cars at once,” he said.

Pic: Marcelo Machado de Melo

Stock Car received a visito n this sunday: former boss of Ferrari and former president of the FIA, Jean Todt was Felipe Massa’s guest. The former Formula 1 driver competes in Stock Car this season.


“It’s my first time in a Stock Car Pro Series race. I'm very happy to be here, to be near to Felipe in his new life in the main category of motorsport in Brazil. The event today reflects the extent of the people's love and passion for motorsport and racing. Brazil has a long history of champions, of winners, such as Emerson Fittipaldi, José Carlos Pace, Nelson Piquet, Ayrton Senna, Rubens Barrichello and Felipe Massa himself. So much so that motorsport is part of Brazilian culture”, he said.

Results of race 1 (Top10):

1. Cesar Ramos (Ipiranga Racing/Toyota Corolla #30), 36 laps

2. Nelson Piquet Jr. (Crown Racing/Toyota Corolla #33), 0s514

3. Lucas Foresti (A.Mattheis-Vogel Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze #12), 1s286

4. Ricardo Zonta (RCM Motorsport/Toyota Corolla #10), 2s950

5. Rafael Suzuki (Pole Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze #8), 7s048

6. Felipe Fraga (Blau Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze #88), 10s300

7. Gabriel Casagrande (A.Mattheis-Vogel Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze #83), 10s711

8. Átila Abreu (Pole Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze #51), 11s614

9. Gaetano Di Mauro (Hot Car Competições/Chevrolet Cruze #11), 12s263

10. Eduardo Barrichello (Mobil Ale/Toyota Corolla #91), 13s319


Results of race 2 (Top10):

1. Átila Abreu (Pole Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze #51), 22 laps

2. Rafael Suzuki (Pole Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze #8), 1s714

3. Rubens Barrichello (Mobil Ale/Toyota Corolla #91), 3s088

4. Gianluca Petecof (Full Time Sports/Toyota Corolla #101), 4s400

5. Daniel Serra (Eurofarma RC/Chevrolet Cruze #29), 6s027

6. Bruno Baptista (RCM Motorsport/Toyota Corolla #44), 7s331

7. Enzo Elias (Crown Racing/Toyota Corolla #28), 9s423

8. Ricardo Zonta (RCM Motorsport/Toyota Corolla #10), 11s580

9. Felipe Baptista (KTF Racing/Chevrolet Cruze #121), 20s439

10. Cacá Bueno (KTF Sports/Chevrolet Cruze #0), 26s623

Pic: Duda Bairros

Championship (top10):

1. Daniel Serra (#29): 179 points

2. Gabriel Casagrande (#83): 171

3. Ricardo Zonta (#10): 168

4. Thiago Camilo (#16): 168

5. Rubens Barrichello (#111): 165


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