Canapino won and is the new leader of the Séper TC2000 tournament

Agustín Canapino (Chevrolet Cruze) won this afternoon in a resounding way at the Juan Manuel Fangio racetrack in Rosario, obtained his third victory in the annual calendar and went on to command the positions in the Super TC2000 tournament, on the tenth date of the specialty.

The 31-year-old from Reef dominated the actions and ended up winning with a cumulative time of 42m. 07s. 853/1000 to cover the 25 laps of the Rosario circuit.

Canapino, champion in the divisional in the 2016 season, led by 1s. 397/1000 to Mendoza’s Julián Santero (Toyota), who came in second place. While Matías Rossi (Toyota) from Buenos Aires placed third, at 7s. 260/1000.

Tandilense Leonel Pernía (Renault Fluence) qualified fourth, at 7s. 912/1000; Santa Fe Fabián Yannantuoni (Honda) finished fifth at 10s. 829/1000, while the Quilmeño Damian Fineschi (Renault) finished sixth, 12s. 053/1000, as reported by the press department of the category

The platense Nicolás Moscardini (Toyota) finished seventh and then the Mendoza Bernardo Llaver (Chevrolet), the Buenos Aires Franco Vivian (Toyota) and Tomás Cingolani (Renault), a native of July 9, joined.

The Brazilian Rubens Barrichello (Toyota), in his return to the category after almost 7 months due to the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic in regard to travel between his country and Argentina, closed a discreet task in the eleventh position, more than 32 seconds.

The reef drew up a strategic plan of attack on Pernía from Tandil, whom he tried to surpass when the Renault man held first place.

After a small friction between the two, where his car stepped on the shoulder, Canapino himself managed to overtake Pernía and headed towards his 26th. triumph in the divisional.

The next presentation of Super TC2000 will be on November 6 and 7, at the Oscar Cabalén racetrack, in Córdoba.

Main positions of the championship: Canapino 181 points; Pernia 171; Santero 129; Rossi 121; Facundo Ardusso (Honda) 115; Key 86.

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