Matías Rossi

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Matías Rossi at the wheel of a TC 2000 Championship Chevrolet Astra in 2006.
Rossi driving a Renault at the opening round of the 2010 TC 2000 season in Punta del Este, Uruguay.

Matías Rossi (born April 2, 1984 in Del Viso, Buenos Aires Province) is an Argentine racecar driver. He is the youngest person to win back-to-back TC2000 championships, in 2006-2007.

He began his career by driving go-karts at the age of 11. He raced outside his homeland in American Formula One Championships and World Formula One Championships. Returning to Argentina, he started competing in Formula Renault and then in the Formula Super Renault series.

He joined the Turismo Carretera racing series in 2003. He obtained his first win in the Turismo Carretera at the Comodoro Rivadavia circuit in 2007. He would get two more victories later on that year to finish second overall for the season, behind Christian Ledesma.

In 2005, Rossi started racing in the TC2000 series as well, where he won the 2006 and 2007 championships at the wheel of Pro Racing's Chevrolet Astra. From 2008 to 2010 he raced in TC2000 for Renault, where he finished 5th, 5th and 7th. in 2011, Rossi joined Toyota to win his third TC 2000 championship that year. In 2012 he raced for Toyota in the Súper TC 2000 championship, finishing as the runner-up. He also competed in Turismo Carretera, finishing second, and in Top Race V6. As of 2013 he is competing in the Súper TC 2000, Turismo Carretera and Turismo Nacional series.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Diego Aventín
Luciano Burti
Winner of the 200 km de Buenos Aires
2006
(with Alain Menu)
Succeeded by
Juan Manuel Silva
Ezequiel Bosio
Preceded by
Gabriel Ponce de León
TC2000 champion
2006-2007
Succeeded by
José María López
Preceded by
Norberto Fontana
TC2000 champion
2011
Succeeded by
José María López (Súper TC)
Franco Girolami (TC 2000)
Preceded by
José María López
Súper TC 2000 champion
2013
Succeeded by
Incumbent