Local driver Omar ‘Guri’ Martinez, the command of a Ford, won the final 25 laps racetrack held in the City of Parana Entre Rios and became the new leader of the Wagon Tourism, held the eighth round.
The ‘Guri’, which reached win number 29 in the category, was escorted by Santiago balcarceño Mangoni (Torino) and the Santa Fe Facundo Ardusso (Dodge), owner of the latest round qualifying of the day.
Fourth was the arrecifeño Luis José Di Palma (Torino) and then the Uruguayan Mauricio Lambiris (Torino), the lanusense Emiliano Spataro (Dodge), and the defending champion was ordered, Buenos Aires Matías Rossi (Chevrolet), who resigned leadership in general positions.
They arrived behind the Chaco Juan Manuel Silva (Ford), Matias Mendoza Khalaf (Ford) and Augustine arrecifeño Canapino (Chevrolet).
The first, second and third series of TC were won by Juan Pablo Gianini (Ford), Martinez and Ardusso respectively.
To a great expectation to see the local credit, the final took off with a quick Sunday Gianini, who before the first turn was the victim of a maneuver controversial ‘Guri’ who moved it with a twist and stayed with the tip at the mercy .
Since then, Martinez was stretching advantages over Mangoni and Ardusso, which since its third made strenuous efforts to approach the leader.
Which he played a very good performance was Luis José Di Palma, who started in 13th place and was slowly overcoming several cars to reach the end the fourth.
Best Chevrolet was the defending champion, Rossi, who entered seventh, while six-time champion Guillermo Ortelli completed far behind too.
In the opening act TC Track, the son of historic Roberto Urretavizcaya, Thomas, won the final with a Dodge, after a long time of absence.
Contested eight rounds of the tournament, the new leader is Martinez with 302 points; Rossi is located behind 300, Augustine Canapino 283, 275 and Ardusso Di Palma, 256.50.
After encolumnan with 248.50 Ortelli, Juan Marcos Angelini 240, Gabriel Ponce de León with 234 Lambiris with Christian Ledesma 212.50 and 204.
The ninth round of Wagon Tourism will be on August 23 at the racetrack Olavarria.