Campeonato Brasileiro de Marcas e Pilotos
|Constructors||Chevrolet, Fiat, Ford and Volkswagen|
|Last Drivers' champion||Marco Romanini|
|Last Makes' champion||Volkswagen|
The Campeonato Brasileiro de Marcas e Pilotos (Brazilian Championship of Brand and Drivers) was a touring car racing based in Brazil. It had two incarnations, the first one between 1983 and 1994, and the second one between 2004 and 2009.
Start in 1983 the Campeonato Brasileiro de Marcas e Pilotos was a strong touring car racing championship, with direct involvement of the manufactures, had its last year of competition in 1994, the champions were Egon Herzfield and Vicente Daudt, who run with the Ford Escort. At the end of 1994 season, the promise was that we would have for the 1995 season imported cars, utilize in some championships as; BTCC or DTM, but this promise was not fulfilled and the championship was declared ended.
After ten years, in 2004 that announced the return of the championship with new rules and cars, organized for Toninho de Souza and Brazilian Confederation of Auto Racing (CBA), the championship not obtained success and was ended in 2009.
In 2011 that announced the return of the championship with Brasileiro de Marcas name and completely reworked.
|1983||Antonio da Matta||Fiat 147|
|1984|| Jayme Figueiredo
|1985|| Fábio Greco
|1986|| Armando Balbi
|1987||Turbo: Clemente Faria / Vinicius Pimentel
Aspirado: Antonio da Matta / Gunnar Volmer
|1988||Andreas Mattheis||Volkswagen Passat|
|1989|| Antonio da Matta
|1990|| Andreas Mattheis
|1991|| Paulo Gomes
|Volkswagen Passat Voyage|
|1992|| Andreas Mattheis
|1993|| Andreas Mattheis
|1994||Div. A: Egon Herzfield / Vicente Daudt
Div. B: Marcos Pegoraro / Henrique Zornig
|2004||Rodrigo Navarro||Volkswagen Gol|
|2005||Rafael Iserhard||Chevrolet Corsa|
|2006||Fabio Ebrahim||Volkswagen Gol|
|2007||Geraldo Sermann||Volkswagen Gol|
|2009||Marco Romanini||Volkswagen Gol|