Matías Rossi will say goodbye to Super TC2000

The Del Viso driver will focus in 2022 on two categories: Road Tourism and the Brazilian Stock Car.

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The decision Toyota to run from 2022 at Road Tourism It also had an impact on the sports program of Matias Rossi, star pilot of the Japanese brand for several years. The return to TC is a reality, as well as his farewell to one of the two categories in which he is currently participating.

Rossi, who for a few years has chosen to hold only two championships, will maintain his position before his imminent return to TC, from which he left at the end of 2019 and which has him among his champions thanks to the scepter he achieved in 2014. 

Matias RossiAfter what happened in the presentation of the Super TC2000 At the Villicum, when he did not show up to run due to a sanction that he considered unfair, Rossi was hurt and decided to lower his thumb on this category, which next year will not be his priority.

In this way, you will continue to compete in the Brazilian StockCar, where so far it has not achieved great results; and also in the TC with the Camry that would attend the Jakos brothers.

In total you will have committed 27 weekends, 15 in the TC and the remaining in the Brazilian category and that makes it very difficult that there are no overlaps with the Super TC2000, which could only count on its participation as guest pilot in their traditional 200 kilometers from Buenos Aires.

As he left the TC in 2019, Rossi will do the same with the Super TC2000, a category in which he achieved a total of four titles (2006, 2007, 2011 and 2013).

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