Change of command on the Super TC2000

Juan Pablo Fredriks ceased to be the link between AutoSports SA, the company that owns the category and Carburando, and Grupo Clarín.


The Super TC2000 is back in the news. This time for the distance from Juan Pablo Fredriks, who until last weekend was the link between AutoSport SA, owner of the category and also of the production company Carburating, And the Clarín Group.

Super TC2000According to a document he had access to Automundo, the reason for the departure was by strict decision of the Group. Instead of Fredriks it will be occupied by Francisco Aldinio, who already held the position of general manager within AutoSports.

Since Pablo Peon He left his position, five years ago, his position was filled by three different people. First Antonio Abrazián, then Edgardo Fernandez and Fredriks himself.

Each of them, with their own style, tried to prosecute the Super TC2000, a category that does not stop suffering blows with misguided changes in regulations, high costs and the distancing of brands and teams. In fact, in the first two dates of the tournament it presented a poor park of 17 cars.

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The official statement.

“There are still many projects, started or under development. It is essential that this business recover the lost value, be visible, be entertaining, generate demand and enter the virtuous circle of a sustainable business. May it be recovered by the true architects of the business ”, Fredriks explained in a note reporting his departure.

As far as Automundo learned, during the last weekend the decision to remove Fredriks had already been made, although they informed him on Monday. The news would not have gone down well with some teams, who considered his management and, above all, his position vis-à-vis the Group as positive.

 

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