2010 NASCAR Corona Series season

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2010 NASCAR Corona Series season
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The 2010 NASCAR Corona Series season was the 4th season under this name, and the 7th organized by NASCAR Mexico. The season was composed by 14 races. Aguascalientes was venue of the kickoff and the final event. Germán Quiroga won his second championship in row.[1]

Report[edit]

Germán Quiroga, 2010 champion

For first time Mazda took part in a series sanctioned by NASCAR. Mazda entered with the Mazda6. TeamGP was the first team to run with this car.[2] Mazda won its first three races and the final race in the season.

The season kickoff in Aguascalientes. Rafael Martínez began the year taking the victory.[3] In the second race in Querétaro, Martínez won again.[4] The third race was won by the Martínez's teammate, Jorge Goeters, in San Luis Potosí. But, Rafael Martínez had a chrash and finished in 27th place and lost the leadership of the season, and Antonio Pérez became in the new leader.[5] The fourth race of the season was the first night race in the NCS. Tuxtla Gutiérrez was venue of this race. Salvador Durán took his first pole position and Germán Quiroga won the race. Pérez maintained the leadership of NCS.[6] Homero Richards took the victory in the fifth race in the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez's oval.[7] Richards again won in Puebla, meanwhile Pérez continued like leader.[8]

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team Manufacturer No. Primary Sponsor Race Driver Rounds
2b Racing Chevrolet 07 Cablecom-Metrored-TDU Ricardo Pérez de Lara 2–14
7 Intrateja/GMI Carlos Peralta All
10 Harley Davidson/GMI Oscar Peralta All
Equipo Telcel Dodge 2 FedEx/Telcel Germán Quiroga All
3 Telcel/Samsung Alejandro Capin 1–5
Daniel Suárez 6–14
Escuderia Telmex Chevrolet 1 Telmex Antonio Pérez All
5 Telmex Rubén Rovelo All
HDI Seguros Racing Team Mazda 27 HDI Seguros/Quaker State Ruben García Novoa All
88 Alejandro Capín 6–14
H&HighSpeed Dodge Nextel Homero Richards All
HO Racing Toyota 11 Monster Energy Hugo Oliveras All
15 Citizen Salvador Durán 1–13
Scott Riggs 14
60 Mexicana Go Rogelio López All
Tame Racing Ford 12 Motorcraft Rubén Pardo
13 Vitromex Estefania Reyes
22 Multipack/Motorcraft Irwin Vences
23 Gillette Oscar Ruíz
28 VonHauke Elliot VanRankin
Team GP Mazda 18 Canel's Rafael Martínez All
19 Extra Freddy Tame, Jr.
31 Canel's Jorge Goeters All

Driver changes

  • Rogelio López leave the Equipo Telcel. Alejandro Capín took his seat.[9]
  • Ricardo Pérez de Lara joined to 2b Racing since the Round 2.[10]
  • After the Round 5, Daniel Suárez replaced to Alejandro Capín in the Equipo Telcel.[11]
  • Salvador Durán was suspended after the Round 13 for aggressive driving. He was replaced by Scott Riggs.[12]

Schedule[edit]

The schedule was presented in January comprised 14 races in 8 tracks.[13] In May 22 Chiapas was the first night race in the NCS history.[14] The Award ceremony was held in December 9.

Race Race Name Track Date Time
Local UTC
1 Pennzoil 240 Aguascalientes Autódromo Internacional de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes March 21 13:10 19:10
2 Querétaro 200 Querétaro Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués April 11 13:10 18:10
3 San Luis Potosí 200 San Luis Potosí Autódromo Potosino, Zaragoza May 2 13:10 18:10
4 Pennzoil 240 Chiapas Autódromo Chiapas, Berriozábal May 22 22:00 03:00
5 Pennzoil 200 Mexico City Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City June 6 13:10 18:10
6 Puebla 240 Puebla Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, Amozoc July 18 13:10 18:10
7 Goodyear Racing 200 Jalisco Trióvalo Bernardo Obregón, Guadalajara August 8 13:10 18:10
8 200 km por Monterrey Nuevo León Autódromo Monterrey, Apodaca August 22 13:10 18:10
9 San Luis Potosí 200 San Luis Potosí Autódromo Potosino, Zaragoza September 5 13:10 18:10
10 Pennzoil 200 Mexico City Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City September 19 13:10 18:10
11 Goodyear Racing 200 Querétaro Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués October 3 13:10 18:10
12 Puebla 240 Puebla Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, Amozoc October 17 13:10 18:10
13 Goodyear Racing 240 Chiapas Autódromo Chiapas, Berriozábal October 31 12:10 18:10
14 Pennzoil 240 Aguascalientes Autódromo Internacional de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes November 21 13:10 19:10
  Oval
  Road Course

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning Driver Winning Manufacturer
1 Aguascalientes Rogelio López Rogelio López Rafael Martínez Mazda
2 Querétaro Rafael Martínez Rafael Martínez Rafael Martínez Mazda
3 San Luis Potosí Homero Richards Homero Richards Jorge Goeters Mazda
4 Chiapas Salvador Durán Germán Quiroga Germán Quiroga Ford
5 Mexico City Homero Richards Homero Richards Homero Richards Toyota
6 Puebla Antonio Pérez1 Homero Richards Homero Richards Toyota
7 Guadalajara Germán Quiroga Jorge Goeters Antonio Pérez Chevrolet
8 Monterrey Jorge Goeters Rubén Rovelo Rubén Rovelo Toyota
9 San Luis Potosí Jorge Goeters Jorge Goeters Germán Quiroga Ford
10 Mexico City Antonio Pérez2 Rubén Rovelo Rubén Rovelo Toyota
11 Querétaro Germán Quiroga Rafael Martínez Antonio Pérez Chevrolet
12 Puebla Rafael Martínez Jorge Goeters Germán Quiroga Dodge
13 Chiapas José Luis Ramírez José Luis Ramírez José Luis Ramírez Chevrolet
14 Aguascalientes Jorge Arteaga Jorge Goeters Jorge Goeters Mazda
1^ Qualifying cancelled by rain.[15]
2^ Qualifying cancelled by rain.[16]

Standings[edit]

(keyBold - Pole position awarded by time. * – Most laps led.

Rank Driver AGS QRO SLP TXG MXC PUE GDL MTY SL2 MX2 QR2 PU2 TX2 AG2 PTS
1 Germán Quiroga 23 4 5 1* 2 20 2 9 1 3 2 1 15 4 2173
2 Homero Richards 14 2 4* 21 1* 1* 10 3 30 4 19 2 13 6 2023
3 Rafael Martínez 1 1* 27 2 8 21 30 4 13 2 28 4 2 2 1966
4 Antonio Pérez 2 3 8 7 3 2 1 14 9 25 1 25 29 17 1941
5 Jorge Goeters 4 19 1 22 11 26 14* 2 12* 26 31 3 32 1 1880
6 Rubén Rovelo 17 7 7 6 5 19 13 1* 24 1 33 5 4 33 1831
7 José Luis Ramírez 24 12 11 26 16 3 16 12 28 5 51 9 1 5 1812
8 Jorge Arteaga 9 29 10 23 10 17 12 11 6 11 14 12 7 3 1803
9 Rogelio López 3* 24 14 4 25 5 4 6 33 10 41 7 11 32 1791
10 Patrick Goeters 5 8 3 5 30 24 17 8 11 9 15 16 25 23 1743
11 Hugo Oliveras 13 9 19 28 9 8 11 25 4 19 11 13 3 21 1719
12 Abraham Calderon 6 13 24 18 20 6 15 22 22 8 6 15 22 8 1693
13 Daniel Suárez (R) 12 17 17 29 18 29 6 5 20 7 7 26 6 12 1684
14 Irwin Vences 11 18 26 10 13 4 22 29 14 29 13 8 5 11 1665
15 Carlos Contreras 10 10 21 19 29 7 19 13 25 12 DNQ 11 9 9 1649
16 Carlos Peralta 19 11 6 24 6 25 3 20 5 23 31 21 8 25 1616
17 Ricardo Pérez de Lara 16 12 14 7 18 9 27 7 30 9 14 10 10 1593
18 Freddy Tame, Jr. 22 5 2 8 14 28 29 18 21 18 8 20 30 27 1558
19 Rubén Pardo 27 31 31 11 4 30 31 23 2 21 12 6 16 24 1487
20 Víctor Barrales 15 20 28 20 12 13 26 24 8 31 16 19 18 19 1481
21 Pepe Montaño 30 32 15 17 31 10 8 32 17 15 10 22 17 16 1471
22 Alejandro Capín 20 14 25 12 15 15 5 21 DNQ 33 32 10 24 29 1415
23 Salvador Durán 25 25 9 3 24 22 33 10 3 13 29 29 28 EX 1400
24 Rafael Vallina 26 26 16 13 32 33 25 34 10 20 17 17 14 14 1389
25 Elliot Van Rankin 31 22 18 21 32 7 15 26 28 18 18 12 26 1298
26 Rubén García Novoa 16 30 DNQ 31 26 31 27 16 23 14 24 28 21 13 1277
27 Alan Williams (R) 33 13 25 22 14 21 17 31 17 23 24 27 22 1237
28 Oscar Ruíz 7 6 32 9 28 9 24 7 32 6 1177
29 Oscar Peralta 8 21 20 15 DNQ 23 19 34 24 30 32 33 7 1165
30 Israel Jaitovich 15 30 27 27 28 28 19 22 26 34 20 34 1096
31 Mike Sánchez 28 35 22 16 19 11 18 26 29 16 25 1058
32 Julían Islas 32 34 23 30 23 35 DNQ 32 DNQ 33 31 763
33 Enrique Contreras III (R) 23 18 34 21 19 15 588
34 Carlos Anaya 29 33 23 20 16 27 534
35 Juan Carlos Herrero (R) 29 DNQ 33 23 18 407
36 Jorge Contreras 28 32 17 22 DNQ 374
37 Luis Felipe Montaño 21 27 26 20 370
38 Héctor Félix (R) 31 27 20 30 31 328
39 Estefania Reyes 27 DNQ DNQ 23 DNQ 30 294
40 Rodrigo Marbán (R) 29 DNQ 27 31 DNQ 279
41 Juan Carlos Blum (R) DNQ 12 15 245
42 Pepe González 18 33 32 240
43 Ernesto Guerrero (R) 27 DNQ 140
44 Rodrigo Peralta (R) 16 115
45 Scott Riggs 28 79
46 Héctor González (R) 33 64
References [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]
^ Goeters, Ramírez and López suffered 15 points reduction by drive shaft irregularities.[31]

Rookie of the Year[edit]

Only the best 10 results count in the final classification.

Rank Driver AGS QRO SLP TXG MXC PUE GDL MTY SL2 MX2 QR2 PU2 TX2 AG2 PTS
1 Daniel Suárez 12 17 17 29 18 29 6 5 20 7 7 26 6 12 96
2 Alan Williams 33 13 25 22 14 21 17 31 17 23 24 27 22 90
3 Enrique Contreras III 23 18 34 21 19 15 26
4 Juan Carlos Herrero 29 DNQ 33 23 18 25
5 Rodrigo Marban 29 DNQ 27 31 DNQ 26
6 Héctor Félix 31 27 20 30 31 29
7 Juan Carlos Blum DNQ 12 15 20
8 Ernesto Guerrero 27 DNQ 15
9 Rodrigo Peralta 16 8
10 Héctor González 33 6

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Mazda de México participará en la NASCAR Corona Series". Portal Automotriz. April 9, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Martinez Returns To Victory Lane". NASCAR Hometracks. March 21, 2010. 
  4. ^ "Martinez Off To Fast Start". NASCAR Hometracks. April 11, 2010. 
  5. ^ "Goeters Claims SLP Checkers". NASCAR Hometracks. May 3, 2010. 
  6. ^ "Quiroga Earns Historic Victory". NASCAR Hometracks. May 23, 2010. 
  7. ^ "Richards Front And Center". NASCAR Hometracks. June 6, 2010. 
  8. ^ "Richards Goes Back To Back". NASCAR Hometracks. July 18, 2010. 
  9. ^ "El equipo 2b racing sigue creciendo". Sportcar.com. April 8, 2010. 
  10. ^ "Serán Quiroga y Capín los pilotos de Telcel en Nascar México Series". Hispavista. March 17, 2010. 
  11. ^ "Daniel Suárez pilotará auto de equipo Telcel". El Universal. August 6, 2010. 
  12. ^ "Penalizan al piloto Salvador Durán". Sportcar.com. November 11, 2010. 
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  14. ^ "Llega la primera Carrera Nocturna en el Autódromo". Portal Tuxtla. Mar 25, 2010. 
  15. ^ "La lluvia interrumpe calificación en Puebla". SportCar. July 17, 2010. 
  16. ^ "Se cancela calificación por lluvia; Pilotos SC Racing comprometidos". SportCar. September 9, 2010. 
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  27. ^ "Results of "11° fecha NASCAR Corona Series 2010"". Mylaps.com. October 3, 2010. 
  28. ^ "Results of "12° fecha NASCAR Corona Series 2010"". Mylaps.com. October 17, 2010. 
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  30. ^ "Results of "14° fecha NASCAR Corona Series 2010"". Mylaps.com. November 21, 2010. 
  31. ^ "Los autos 08, 31 y 60 fueron penalizados después del evento de Querétaro". Sportcar.com. October 8, 2011.