The Oscar and Juan Gálvez racetrack experienced a real motorsport party with the Top Race and CARX. The Argentine Rallycross Championship was won by Marcos Ligato and Federico Villagra in the Turbo and Mauricio Lambiris and César Folledo celebrated in the Turbo Light.

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On Saturday after the preliminary rounds, Federico Villagra won over Ligato and Mario Baldo in the first semifinal, while in the rest, Gastón González did the same, followed by Miguel Baldoni and Mariano Terraza.

In the Saturday final there were moments of uncertainty in the grid because Baldoni did not appear when all the cars were settled. But, the San Luis was able to start with the Chevrolet Agile of the Tango Rally Team.

González took the lead at the start and built a good difference over Villagra. Further back, Baldo was playing with Baldoni and both could not continue in the race, while Ligato approached those in front and Mariano Terraza had to come back after being involved in the friction between colleagues.

About closing, Ligato took advantage of the joker lap to get second place from Villagra. But in the last lap there was a scene blow, because when it seemed that González had everything sentenced, he had an excess and hit a rubber doll squarely and spun. This situation was taken advantage of by those of Río Ceballos and El Coyote to go to the forefront in the final meters.

In this way, Ligato was the winner, escorted by Villagra and González. Terraza closed the roster of four pilots who completed the test.

In the Turbo Light class, Diego Levy was the leader in the opening meters, but Lambiris passed him in the middle of the test and set a pace that carried him with some calm to victory. Claudio Robustelli completed the podium.

Further back came Ricardo Martinoglio and Juan Ignacio Álvarez. Meanwhile, César Folledo did not start the final and neither could Santiago Baldo be the leader of the contest, who in the previous activity broke the gearbox.

Villagra and Folledo celebrated on Sunday

In the end, Villagra took the lead in the Turbo Class after a good start. The Cordoba made a difference that allowed him to manage the race, since despite the fact that Mariano Terraza reduced him thanks to the Joker Tour, he was still able to achieve the victory.

Gastón González saw the checkered flag in third place and added his second podium in a row, after having climbed to the last step on Saturday after making a mistake that took the victory out of his hands Miguel Baldoni finished fourth and Ligato completed the top five.

In the minor divisional, César Folledo made a great initial strike and took the lead, closely followed by Mauricio Lambiris. The Riojan had a fast pace, which allowed him to deactivate the Uruguayan’s attack when he used the shortcut on the track.

From mid-race onwards, Lambiris quit and Folledo went straight to victory. For his part, Santiago Baldo finished second and minimized the damage caused by his absence in the Saturday final due to the gearbox breakage. Diego Levy arrived in third position.

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