Cacá Bueno

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Cacá Bueno
Cacabueno22122006.jpg
Nationality  Brazilian
Born (1976-01-24) 24 January 1976 (age 38)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Related to Galvão Bueno (father)
Popó Bueno (brother)
2014 Stock Car Brasil
Debut season 2002
Current team Red Bull Racing
Car no. 0
Former teams Action Power
RS Competições
Eurofarma RC
Starts 133
Wins 29
Poles 24
Fastest laps 14
Best finish 1st in 2006–07, 2009, 2011–12
Previous series
1995–1996
1997
1996–1997
1998–1999
2000–2001
Copa Fiat Uno
Copa Palio
Stock Car Light
South American Super Touring
TC 2000
Championship titles
1997
1999
2006–07, 2009
2010–12
2011–12
Stock Car Light
South American Super Touring
Stock Car Brasil
Trofeo Línea
Stock Car Brasil

Carlos Eduardo Santos Galvão Bueno Filho, better known as Cacá Bueno (born 24 January 1976) is a Brazilian racing driver, best known for winning the Stock Car Brasil championship five times.

Career[edit]

Born in Rio de Janeiro, Bueno started his karting career in 1988 and won the São Paulo states championship in 1992.

Cacá driving his Mitsubishi Lancer in 2006.

His father, Galvão Bueno is a Brazilian sports commentator, very famous in Brazil as the host of the Formula One races, National football team matches and key Brazilian football matches, and friend with Brazilian sport stars. Therefore, Cacá grew up near Brazilian sports idols such as Ayrton Senna.

Although Formula One champion Senna was a his idol, Bueno preferred touring car racing and debuted to Stock Car Brasil in 2002. He finished third in his first championship and became vice-champion for three consecutive years (2003–2005).

He won the Stock Car Brasil championship in 2006 at last and became double-champion in 2007. He won the championship again in 2009, 2011 and 2012.

He also has competed in the TC2000, an Argentine touring car series, and ended the 2001 season in 3rd place. In recent years, he competed in the 2007 season in parallel with Stock Car Brasil.

He made his World Touring Car Championship debut for Chevrolet at Brands Hatch. He retired from the first race due to an engine fire, which also stopped him from starting the second race.

Bueno after running a Chevrolet Vectra on the Bonneville Salt Flats.

In August 2010, Bueno ran a Chevrolet Vectra on the Bonneville Salt Flats at speeds over 340 km/h (~210 mph).

Racing record[edit]

Stock Car Brasil results[edit]

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Rank Points
2002 Action Power Chevrolet Vectra RIO
Ret
CTB
2
INT
14
LON
Ret
CGD
Ret
INT
3
RIO
1
GUA
1
BSB
2
CTB
Ret
LON
1
INT
2
3rd 153
2003 RS Competições Chevrolet Vectra CTB
3
CGD
15
INT
3
RIO
14
LON
9
INT
15
CTB
3
CGD
2
RIO
1
BSB
11
CTB
3
INT
3
2nd 139
2004 Action Power Chevrolet Astra CTB
EX
INT
3
TAR
1
LON
Ret
RIO
4
INT
1
CTB
11
LON
2
RIO
7
BSB
Ret
CGD
1
INT
4
2nd 153
2005 Action Power Chevrolet Astra INT
1
CTB
1
RIO
2
INT
5
CTB
4
LON
Ret
BSB
1
SCZ
1
TAR
14
ARG
18
RIO
13
INT
4
2nd 155
2006 Eurofarma RC Mitsubishi Lancer INT
1
CTB
Ret
CGD
1
INT
1
LON
1
CTB
16
SCZ
3
BSB
Ret
TAR
5
ARG
7
RIO
14
INT
8
1st 257
2007 Eurofarma RC Mitsubishi Lancer INT
7
CTB
Ret
CGD
4
INT
2
LON
4
SCZ
1
CTB
1
BSB
26
ARG
1
TAR
2
RIO
10
INT
Ret
1st 278
2008 Eurofarma RC Mitsubishi Lancer INT
3
BSB
Ret
CTB
5
SCZ
1
CGD
Ret
INT
3
RIO
9
LON
8
CTB
Ret
BSB
17
TAR
1
INT
12
4th 243
2009 Red Bull Racing Peugeot 307 INT
13
CTB
2
BSB
Ret
SCZ
2
INT
3
SAL
1
RIO
2
CGD
9
CTB
3
BSB
3
TAR
3
INT
5
1st 300
2010 Red Bull Racing Peugeot 307 INT
14
CTB
9
VEL
6
RIO
7
RBP
9
SAL
1
INT
4
CGD
DSQ
LON
2
SCZ
12
BSB
1
CTB
7
2nd 264
2011 Red Bull Racing Peugeot 408 CTB
11
INT
1
RBP
3
VEL
7
CGD
13
RIO
1
INT
22
SAL
11
SCZ
3
LON
1
BSB
3
VEL
11
1st 271
2012 Red Bull Racing Chevrolet Sonic INT
1
CTB
Ret
VEL
1
RBP
2
LON
1
RIO
8
SAL
5
CGD
25
TAR
5
CUR
5
BRA
9
INT
3
1st 195
2013 Red Bull Racing Chevrolet Sonic INT
1
CUR
5
TAR
5
SAL
4
BRA
1
CAS
11
RBP
4
CAS
7
VEL
15
CUR
5
BRA
25
INT
3
3rd 196
2014 Red Bull Racing Chevrolet Sonic INT
1

7
SCZ
1

2
SCZ
2

10
BRA
1

20
BRA
2

3
GOI
1

Ret
GOI
2

8
GOI
1

CAS
1

CAS
2

CUR
1

CUR
2

VEL
1

VEL
2

SAL
1

SAL
2

TAR
1

TAR
2

RBP
1

RBP
2

CUR
1

7th* 51*


  • Season in progress

Complete World Touring Car Championship results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DC Points
2010 Chevrolet RML Chevrolet Cruze LT BRA
1
BRA
2
MAR
1
MAR
2
ITA
1
ITA
2
BEL
1
BEL
2
POR
1
POR
2
GBR
1

Ret
GBR
2

DNS
CZE
1
CZE
2
GER
1
GER
2
ESP
1
ESP
2
JPN
1
JPN
2
MAC
1
MAC
2
NC 0
2011 Chevrolet RML Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T BRA
1

3
BRA
2

5
BEL
1
BEL
2
ITA
1
ITA
2
HUN
1
HUN
2
CZE
1
CZE
2
POR
1
POR
2
GBR
1
GBR
2
GER
1
GER
2
ESP
1
ESP
2
JPN
1
JPN
2
CHN
1
CHN
2
MAC
1
MAC
2
15th 25

Complete FIA GT Series results[edit]

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Pos. Points
2013 BMW Sport Trophy Team Brasil BMW Z4 GT3 Pro NOG
QR

5
NOG
CR

5
ZOL
QR

9
ZOL
CR

7
ZAN
QR

5
ZAN
CR

6
SVK
QR

6
SVK
CR

DNS
NAV
QR

5
NAV
CR

7
BAK
QR

8
BAK
CR

Ret
10th 40

Complete Blancpain Sprint Series results[edit]

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos. Points
2014 BMW Sport Trophy Team Brasil BMW Z4 GT3 Pro NOG
QR

3
NOG
CR

5
BRH
QR

3
BRH
CR

3
ZAN
QR

Ret
ZAN
CR

14
SVK
QR

SVK
CR

ALG
QR

ALG
CR

ZOL
QR

ZOL
CR

BAK
QR

BAK
CR

4th* 33*

* Season in progress.

Personal life[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cacá Bueno proíbe a entrada de rubro-negros em sua casa para ver jogo do Flu". globoesporte.globo.com. 2008-06-25. Retrieved 2008-09-01. 


External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Giuliano Losacco
Stock Car Brasil
Champion

2006–2007
Succeeded by
Ricardo Maurício
Preceded by
Ricardo Maurício
Stock Car Brasil
Champion

2009
Succeeded by
Max Wilson
Preceded by
Max Wilson
Stock Car Brasil
Champion

2011–2012
Succeeded by
Incumbent