October 27, 2021

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Ricardo Mauricio wins both races and makes history in Stock Car |  stock car

Ricardo Mauricio wins both races and makes history in Stock Car | stock car

Ricardo Mauricio had an unforgettable weekend in Goiania. After winning his second race on Saturday, the driver won both races on Sunday. He is the first driver in history to achieve two wins on the same day after Stock started joining the inverted grid.

In the outer ring races of Goiânia, Ricardo Maurício performed a quiet and electrified championship. While in the first stage, the pilot kept his pole without fear, in the second he started in tenth place and was able to cross the finish line first with a difference of a hundred.

Ricardo Mauricio wins first race in Goiania in Stock Car

In the first race, the victory went to Ricardo Mauricio. With over 53 degrees on the track, many riders felt the heat. Riccado Mauricio had already taken first place and managed to stay in first place. The only person who threatened the position was Allam Khedir, who came to lead the race after making good use of a fan push. Maurício regained the lead by taking advantage of the stopping point.

Ricardo Zonta completed the podium in the first race. Thiago Camilo finished 10th and took first place in the second stage.

In an exciting final, Ricardo Mauricio won Race 2 in Goiânia in Stock Car

In an exciting final, Ricardo Mauricio won Race 2 in Goiânia in Stock Car

Ricardo Mauricio made a stunning pass that ensured he took second place before the safety car re-entered the track after another crash. With the mandatory stop, Gabriel Casagrande took first place from Thiago Camilo, who was able to recover soon after.

Ricardo Mauricio, Ricardo Zonta, Thiago Camilo and Gabriel Casagrande staged an exciting final. In the last match in a row, Camilo and Mauricio were paired to the finish line and Ricciardo won the 100th place. Gabriel Casagrande finished third on the podium.

With third place in race two, Gabriel Casagrande leads the championship with 278 points. In second place is Daniel Serra and third, Rubens Barrichello. Ricardo Mauricio is in fourth place.