Agustín Canapino won in Buenos Aires and maintains his chances of being champion

The Chevrolet YPF team driver had a great weekend and is the great rival of Matías Rossi (Toyota Gazoo Racing YPF Infinia), who finished fifth.


The only way I had Agustin Canapino to maintain their chances of continuing in the 2020/2021 title fight of the Super TC2000 it was with a victory on the penultimate date of the contest. And that was achieved in circuit 8 of the Bueno Aires racetrack, something that allows the pilot of the Chevrolet ypf keep your chances of conquering the crown.

Agustin CanapinoCanapino and his team were great protagonists of the weekend, in which Per people they were able to witness the event from the stands. The reef led the classification, finished third in the qualifying race held in Buenos Aires sunset Saturday and who won his teammate Bernardo Keychain and then he was unbeatable in Sunday's main event.

“We won in Buenos Aires, the penultimate date… After having made pole position in qualifying, I started 8th in the qualifying race due to penalties and advanced to third place. Now the victory came overwhelmingly. Thanks to all the team. We are going to leave everything on the last date ", summarized Canapino, who beat him by just over half a second Facundo Ardusso (Renault Sport Castrol Team) and for more than five seconds to Llaver.

Agustin Canapino“The track condition was very difficult and the intense heat forced a great physical effort: I got out of the car really tired. I think if he went ahead of Canapino he could have won. I want to congratulate him because he had a great race and solved the final very well ”, Ardusso, the best exponent of the Rombo, was sincere on Sunday.

While for Llaver, the 1-3 gave him a positive balance. “It was a great weekend with the win on Saturday and third place on Sunday. The team's work was excellent and Agustín's triumph was excellent. I really enjoyed my results and will surely enjoy them the rest of the week. We will try to repeat at the closing of the tournament "said the guinea pig.

Facundo ArdussoMatias Rossi (Toyota Gazoo Racing YPF Infinia) finished fifth behind Matías Milla (Renault Sport Castrol Team) and with that result remains at the forefront of the tournament. “A 5th place is what we could get. My start was bad, I lost a lot of places and I had to recover later. I have to settle for 5th place. We have very good chances to define the next weekend so let's work with everything ”, the Missile explained.

Rossi leads the tournament with 170 points. Further back are Canapino with 145 and Ardusso with 99 units. Nevertheless, it is worth clarifying that in this championship a discard of the three worst results is used. Applying the same, Rossi has 145 units and Canapino, 118. The tournament closes next Sunday again in Buenos Aires where will be at stake 30 goals.

RACE (33 LAPS)

POS. PILOT CAR TIME / DIF.
1 Agustin Canapino Chevrolet cruze 48m15s484
2 Facundo Ardusso Renault fluence gt to 0s614
3 Bernardo Keychain Chevrolet cruze to 5s425
4 Matías Milla Renault fluence gt to 7s319
5 Matias Rossi Toyota Corolla to 7s914
6 Julian Santero Toyota Corolla to 8s531
7 Ricardo Risatti Toyota Corolla to 8s702
8 Franco Vivian Toyota Corolla to 9s127
9 Diego Ciantini Toyota Corolla to 11s945
10 Nicolas Moscardini Honda civic to 13s028

AVERAGE: 138,679 km / h. RETURN RECORD: It remained at 1m23s290 / 1000 at 146,092 km / h.

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