Rubens Barrichello will miss the Alta Gracia date

With no chances of reaching Argentina due to restrictions on international travel, the former Formula 1 will not be present on the third date of the Super TC2000 tournament.


The new restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic for international travel have forced the Toyota GAZOO Racing to take a drastic measure that affects your team of Super TC2000. Given the impossibility of the Brazilian Rubens Barrichello can arrive in time and form to the race this weekend in High grace, it was decided to find him a replacement.

Rubens BarrichelloThe responsibility of driving the Toyota Corolla of the runner-up of F1 in the Cordoba appointment fell on Emiliano spataro, who already had contacts with the team to make a replacement.

But the same thing that happens in Argentina also happens in Brazil, where the situation is more critical. Consequently the presence of Matias Rossi at Brazilian Stock Car it is also compromised.

The tournament, in principle, should start on April 25 en Londrina, but for all that is happening and the complexity of entering that country would cause the absence of Rossi, who also officially represents the Japanese brand.

In the next few hours, surely, Toyota GAZOO Racing will communicate what will happen to the Missile and, eventually, will inform who will take its place.

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