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Facundo Ardusso, invincible in the passage of the Super TC2000 through San Nicolás

The Santa Fe was left with everything on the fourth date of the 2021 championship and was on fire in the fight for the title.

Pole position, victory in the qualifying race and also in the final competition. This is how the passage of Facundo Ardusso through the circuit of San Nicolás, where he Super TC2000 appeared to dispute the fourth date of his tournament. Thanks to this extraordinary task, the pilot of the Puma Energy Honda Racing caught on in the fight for the title.

Facundo ArdussoArdusso had no rivals in the Buenos Aires circuit, where they performed 18 machines. Not even the Push to pass, which could be activated eleven times during 61 seconds, helped the other rivals to oppose the dominance of the Santa Fe, who achieved his 14st win in the specialty and the third with a new brand after those achieved with Fiat y Renault.

The podium was completed Matias Rossi (Toyota GAZOO Racing YPF Infinia), current champion; Y Leonel Pernía (Renault Castrol Team), after winning the position to Bernardo Keychain (Chevrolet YPF). The top quintet completed it Julian Santero (Toyota GAZOO Racing YPF Infinia).

Thanks to second place, Rossi went on to lead the championship with 65 points, one more than his guards, Pernía and Ardusso. The next date will be June 6, possibly in Paraná (Between rivers).

Facundo Ardusso


1 Facundo Ardusso Honda 28 PM42:30.264
2 Matias Rossi Toyota 28 2.399
3 Leonel Pernía Renault 28 5.428
4 Bernardo Keychain Chevrolet 28 9.355
5 Julian Santero Toyota 28 15.493
6 Agustin Canapino Chevrolet 28 19.039
7 Matías Milla Renault 28 20.861
8 Damien Fineschi Renault 28 21.154
9 Emiliano spataro Toyota 28 21.379
10 Nicolas Moscardini Toyota 28 22.538

AVERAGE: 158,101 km / h. LAP RECORD: Rossi, 1: 29.823 at 160,315 km / h.



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