The Arrecifes driver prevailed after starting second, followed by his teammates Julián Santero, Mauricio Lambiris and Mariano Werner in Neuquén territory.
“It was given to us. It was a very hard-earned race, very hard and very intertwined with Santero. The team handled me very well from the radio. I am aware that we won because the pace car entered, since until then Santero had a great pace. It’s crazy to leave as the leader of the championship”said the winner after the competition.
santero, For his part, he said: “It’s a pity because my left rear tire punctured five or six laps away and that prevented me from fighting until the end”.
The remaining drivers who completed the first ten places were Valentín Aguirre (Ford), José Manuel Urcera (Torino), Jonatan Castellano (Dodge), Germán Todino (Dodge), Nicolás Bonelli (Ford) and Santiago Mangoni (Chevrolet).
The one who did not have the same luck as his Ford colleagues was Otto Fritzler, who had to abandon on the fifth lap due to a damage to his vehicle, while Leonel Pernía finished in 13th place after being injured due to a piece of plastic getting stuck in the air intake of your car.
In this way, after completing the second date, the leader of the Turismo Carretera standings is Juan Tomás Catalán Magni with 83 points, while Mariano Werner (Ford) is behind with 82.5 points.
The next day of the category will be on March 25 and 26 at the Toay racetrack, in La Pampa.
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