2011 NACAM Rally Championship

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2011 NACAM Rally Championship season
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The 2011 NACAM Rally Championship was the 4th season of the FIA's NACAM Rally Championship. This Championship is the FIA rally championship for the North America and Central America region.

Report[edit]

The season began in Mazamitla, Mexico. Raúl Orlandini took the first victory and took the first place in the championship.[1] Orlandini won the first five special stage. Rubén Cuenca won the last, but only finished second. Orlandini won the second race in Puebla.[2] Orlandini won four special stages, Luis Miguel Abascal won the fourth, and Víctor Pérez the fifth. Abascal finished in second place. The third round of NRC was carried out in Jacó, Costa Rica. The local driver José Andrés Montalto won the rally, but he was ineligible to NRC. The second place Orlandini took the points for first place.[3] Nicolás Fuchs took the victory in the fourth rally, Rally Órganos. Roberto Cuenca finished in 3th[clarification needed] place in the rally, but 1st in NRC. However the Peruvian driver, Orlandini was proclaimed champion in this round.[4]

Drivers[edit]

Class N4
Team Car No. Driver Co-driver Rounds
Peru Raul Orlandini Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 202 Peru Raul Orlandini Peru Diego Zuloaga 1–4
Ecuador Rubén Cuenca Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 203 Ecuador Rubén Cuenca Ecuador Daniel Galarza 1, 3–4
Mexico Name Racing Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 204 Mexico Francisco Name Mexico Armando Zapata 2
Mexico Rafael Boy Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 205 Mexico Rafael Boy Mexico Alex Domínguez 1

Calendar[edit]

Round Rally Name
(Base)
Date
1 Mexico Rally de la Sierra del Tigre
(Mazamitla)
April 1–3
2 Mexico 30° Rally Cañadas
(Puebla)
May 13–15
3 Costa Rica Rally Costa del Pacífico
(Jaco)
June 24–26
4 Peru Rally Órganos
(Piura)
September 2–4
5 Colombia Rally Cartagena
(Cartagena)
October 14–16

Results and standings[edit]

Results[edit]

Round Rally name Podium finishers Statistics
Rank Driver Car Time Stages Distance Starters Finishers
1 Mexico 3° Rally de la Sierra del Tigre
(April 1–3)
1 Peru Raúl Orlandini Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 1:22:19.9 6 120.56 26 14
2 Ecuador Rubén Cuenca Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 1:24:26.3
3 Mexico Luis Miguel Abascal Mitsubishi Lancer DE 1:36:52.9
2 Mexico 30° Rally Cañadas
(May 13–15)
1 Peru Raúl Orlandini Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX 1:19:05.4 7 112.91 km 15 30
2 Mexico Luis Miguel Abascal Mitsubishi Lancer DE 1:23:24.1
3 Mexico Omar Chávez Peugeot 206 XS 1:34:08.8

Driver's Championship[edit]

Points are awarded to the top 10 classified finishers. The best 4 of a driver's results count towards the championship.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1
Rank Driver Mexico
JAL
Mexico
PUE
Costa Rica
CRC
Peru
PER
Colombia
COL
Points
1 Peru Raúl Orlandini 1 1 1 2 Ret 93
2 Ecuador Rubén Cuenca 2 2 1 61
2 Colombia Nicolás Bedoya Ret Ret 3 1 40
3 Mexico Luis Miguel Abascal 3 2 33
4 Mexico Emilio Velázquez 4 5 22
5 Mexico Omar Chávez 3 15
7 Mexico Víctor Pérez Ret 4 Ret 12
Mexico Francisco Name Ret 0
Mexico Juan Carlos Sarmiento Ret 0
Mexico Rafael Boy Ret 0


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