Matías Rossi wins at Interlagos and is the first foreign driver to win more than one race in Stock Car

Matías Rossi wins at Interlagos and is the first foreign driver to win more than one race in Stock Car


The Argentine driver won this Sunday’s main event at Interlagos to move up to third in the drivers’ championship, while AMattheis Vogel extended his lead in the teams’ championship.

The foreign driver with the record in the Stock Car podium, Argentine Matías Rossi also broke another record this weekend with his victory in the main Stock Car race at Interlagos. Team pilot AMattheis Vogel becomes the first gringo to win more than one race in the Brazilian category, created in 1979.

“I don’t want the day to end, it’s a dream. I am very happy and pleased with the win at Interlagos. I would like to thank everyone on the Amattheis Vogel team and Toyota for their support. I will enjoy it because it was a great day for all of us,” says Matías, who drives a Toyota Corolla 117.

Matías started on the front row of the grid at Interlagos and focused on his pit stop strategy and use of throttles for the first race, causing major conflicts on the track. With this Sunday’s results, Rossi climbed to third place in the championship with 170 points, which contributed to AMattheis Vogel increasing his leadership in the championship of teams where he has 375 points.

Rossi also increased his number of podiums in the season to six in total, in seven championship stages, and Matías did not participate in the first stage of the year, also held at Interlagos.

The next Stock Car stage will be contested between the 2nd and 4th of September at the Autodromo Velocitta, specifically the circuit where Matías won his first Stock Car win of the year.

Check out the unofficial results:

race 1

1 Matías Rossi (A.Mattheis-Vogel/Toyota Corolla) 19 laps
2 Felipe Lapenna (Motorcycle Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) in 2s877
3 Guilherme Salas (KTF Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) at 5s014
4 Gabriel Casagrande (A.Mattheis-Vogel/Chevrolet Cruze) at 7s427
5 Thiago Camilo (Ipiranga Racing/Toyota Corolla) at 11s232
6 Diego Nunes (Blau Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze) at 14.478
7 Bruno Baptista (RCM Motorsport/Toyota Corolla) in 14s584
8 Felipe Massa (Lubrax Podium/Chevrolet Cruze) at 15s180
9 Allam Khodair (Blau Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze) at 16.837
10 Rodrigo Baptista (Crown Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) at 17.823
11 Átila Abreu (Shell V-Power/Chevrolet Cruze) at 18s003
12 Lucas Foresti (KTF Sports/Chevrolet Cruze) at 26.641
13 César Ramos (Ipiranga Racing/Toyota Corolla) at 28s482
14 Rubens Barrichello (Full Time Sports/Toyota Corolla) at 33.849
15 Andi Jakos (Full Time Sports/Toyota) in 34s446
16 Ricardo Zonta (RCM Motorsport/Toyota Corolla) at 44.485
17 Marcos Gomes (Cavaleiro Sports/Chevrolet Cruze) at 46.902
18 Tony Kanaan (Full Time Bassani/Toyota Corolla) at 47.092
19 Felipe Baptista (KTF Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) at 47.427
20 Thiago Vivacqua (RKL Competition) at 1min01s908
21 Felipe Fraga (Eurofarma RC/Chevrolet) in 1min23s706
22 Denis Navarro (Cavaleiro Sports/Chevrolet Cruze) at 1min31s181
23 Tuca Antoniazi (Motorcycle Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) at 1min32s439
24 Rafael Suzuki (Full Time Bassani/Toyota Corolla) in 1min32s700
25 Nelson Piquet Jr. (Motul TMG Racing/Toyota Corolla) in 1min39s994
26 Galid Osman (Shell V-Power/Chevrolet Cruze) 1 lap
27 Julio Campos (Lubrax Podium/Chevrolet Cruze) 1 lap

it was not completed

Cacá Bueno (Crown Competition/Chevrolet Cruze)
Pedro Cardoso (Crown Racing II/Chevrolet Cruze)
Gaetano Di Mauro (KTF Sports/Chevrolet Cruze)
Sergio Jimenez (Scuderia Chiarelli/Toyota Corolla)

he did not release

Ricardo Mauricio (Eurofarma RC/Chevrolet Cruze)

race 2

1 Felipe Fraga (Eurofarma RC/Chevrolet) 17 laps
2 Thiago Camilo (Ipiranga Racing/Toyota Corolla) at 2s927
3 Rodrigo Baptista (Crown Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) in 7s841
4 Ricardo Zonta (RCM Motorsport/Toyota Corolla) in 8s141
5 Nelson Piquet Jr. (Motul TMG Racing/Toyota Corolla) for 9s379
6 Julio Campos (Lubrax Podium/Chevrolet Cruze) with 11.814
7 Felipe Baptista (KTF Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) at 12s038
8 Gabriel Casagrande (A.Mattheis-Vogel/Chevrolet Cruze) at 12.910
9 Felipe Massa (Lubrax Podium/Chevrolet Cruze) at 13s727
10 Allam Khodair (Blau Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze) at 16.865
11 Tony Kanaan (Full Time Bassani/Toyota Corolla) at 17.619
12 Galid Osman (Shell V-Power/Chevrolet Cruze) in 18s334
13 Cacá Bueno (Crown Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) at 21s286
14 Denis Navarro (Cavaleiro Sports/Chevrolet Cruze) at 23.060
15 Felipe Lapenna (Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze) at 23.686
16 Lucas Foresti (KTF Sports/Chevrolet Cruze) at 24s388
17 Átila Abreu (Shell V-Power/Chevrolet Cruze) in 27s183
18 Matías Rossi (A.Mattheis-Vogel/Toyota Corolla) at 27.684
19 Gaetano Di Mauro (KTF Sports/Chevrolet Cruze) at 28.383
20 Rafael Suzuki (Full Time Bassani/Toyota Corolla) at 28.725
21 Marcos Gomes (Cavaleiro Sports/Chevrolet Cruze) at 28s740
22 César Ramos (Ipiranga Racing/Toyota Corolla) at 29s146
23 Rubens Barrichello (Full Time Sports/Toyota Corolla) in 32s261
24 Thiago Vivacqua (RKL Competition) in 32s385
25 Andi Jakos (Full Time Sports/Toyota) at 36s014
26 Tuca Antoniazi (Motorcycle Racing/Chevrolet Cruze) Lap 1

it was not completed

Sergio Jimenez (Scuderia Chiarelli/Toyota Corolla)
Guilherme Salas (KTF Racing/Chevrolet Cruze)
Diego Nunes (Blau Motorsport/Chevrolet Cruze)
Bruno Baptista (RCM Motorsport/Toyota Corolla)
Pedro Cardoso (Crown Racing II/Chevrolet Cruze)

he did not release

Ricardo Mauricio (Eurofarma RC/Chevrolet Cruze)