The new Idol of Monterrey is called Daniel Suárez, who did not affect participating in three racing difertentes NASCAR categories the same weekend. What it led to the young regiomonano to withstand this intense activity and close with a heroic vistoria with NASCAR TOYOTA SERIES?
“All of this has been given thanks to the support of team TELCEL, the TELMEX racing team, to all the team that is behind all of us and especially love that my family has given me to move forward. With all this support I only have to give me the most and offer them the best results,”said the young driver who held in front of 15,835 people gathered at the autodromo Monterrey.
Dany, on Board of the #3 car of team TELCEL, completed 155 laps in two hours, 28 minutes 54.477 seconds. For the regio, this is his third victory in the current season and the eighth on their way with the category. It is his second triumph in Monterrey even consecutively.
Monterrey made 1-2 in the hands of Héctor Aguirre (FR Racing Team #05) who went up places to grab second place in the final part of the competition.
Meanwhile, Antonio Pérez, winner of the Pole Position and the fastest in practice, had a very promising start to the lead at least half of the race. However, track contacts and a delay in its second entry to pit rezagaron so the pointer group and it could only take third place in competition.
Note that the TELMEX racing team has entered the Top-3 of competition 10 times. Even the cars of Jimmy Morales (Telmex / Telcel) is only absent from the Top-3 in a career (2009), the rest have been present.
Homero Richards (Axtel #20), remained as one of the protagonists of the race but after the fall of the grid stayed with the fourth place while Luis Felipe Montaño (Aeropostale #87) took over the fifth site.
The 10 first places of the race “Regia 240” Jorge Goeters (Ficrea #4), is completed by Ruben Pardo (Citizen #15), Mario Domínguez (Canel completo 19), Rubén García Jr (HDI Seguros #88) and Patrick Goeters (Ficrea #14).
After the results thrown, Daniel Suárez remains as leader of the Championship with 185 points, chased by Toño Pérez with 171 and Ruben Pardo with 156.
The next race of NASCAR TOYOTA SERIES will take place the next 10 and may 11 to celebrate the 5th date in San Luis Potosí and give you close to the first third of the season.
Once again, OCESA, the main promoter of shows in Latin America, will be in the best skills of Motorsport from Mexico.
Fastest Qualifier:Antonio Pérez Time: 36.142 Seconds Speed: 99.607 mph
Time of Race:2 hrs., 28 mins, 54 secs Average Speed:62.458 mph Margin of Victory: .854 Seconds
Caution Flags: Laps 3-5 (Accident Turn 2 involving No. 24, No. 58); 76-82 (No. 7 stalls Turn 2; No. 51 stalls Turn 3); 83-88 (Accident Turn 2 No. 19); 91-94 (Accident Turn 2 involving No. 5, No. 88); 108-112 (Accident Turn 2 No. 51); 124-127 (Turn 2 spin by No. 12); 148-152 (Turn 4 No. 6 stalls). 7 for 34 laps.
Lap Leaders: Patrick Goeters 1-8, Rubén Pardo 9-12, Antonio Pérez 13-18, Rubén Rovelo 19-57, Antonio Pérez 58-64, Rubén Rovelo 65-74, Homero Richards 75-79, Antonio Pérez 80-93, Jorge Goeters 94-96, Rubén Rovelo 97-129, Rogelio López 130-147, Daniel Suárez 148-155.
Total Laps Led: Rubén Rovelo 82, Antonio Pérez 27, Rogelio López 18, Patrick Goeters 8, Daniel Suárez 8, Homero Richards 5, Rubén Pardo 4, Jorge Goeters 3. 11 changes involving 8 drivers.
Next Race: May 11, San Luis Potosi
|Unofficial Results For The Regia 240|
|Pos.||Car #||Driver||Total Laps||Points – Bonus Points||Status|
|5||87||Luis Felipe Montaño||155||39||Running|
|8||19||Mario Domínguez *||155||36||Running|
|9||88||Rubén Garcia, Jr.||155||35||Running|
|11||8||Freddy Tame, Jr.||155||33||Running|
|13||77||Enrique Contreras, III||155||31||Running|
|22||5||José Luis Ramírez||148||22||Running|
|23||55||Jorge Contreras Sr.||145||21||Running|
|27||12||Jim Nides *||119||17||Running|
|28||58||Jorge Contreras, Jr.||110||16||Running|
|32||22||Santiago Tovar *||45||12||Running|
* – Rookie
|Unofficial Driver Standings: Monterrey (Top 10)|
|Pos.||Car #||Driver||Points||Behind||Starts||Wins||Top 5||Top 10|
|4||87||Luis Felipe Montaño||151||-34||4||1||3||3|
|5||5||José Luis Ramírez||139||-46||4||0||1||3|
|6||88||Rubén Garcia, Jr.||139||-46||4||0||0||3|
|10||8||Freddy Tame, Jr.||129||-56||4||0||0||1|