2004 Desafío Corona season

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2004 Desafío Corona
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Replaced MasterCard Truck Series after 2003.

The 2004 Desafio Corona season was the first season of stock car racing in Mexico. The serial was presented in March as Desafío Corona.[1] After 14 races Carlos Pardo of Equipo Telcel was declared champion.[2]

Cars[edit]

Pontiac Grand Am was the car used for almost drivers. Only two Dodge Stratus, both of Seeman-Baker team, was used.[3] Pontiac won 13 of 14 runs and the championship.

Teams and drivers[edit]

Full time entries[edit]

Team Manufacturer No. Race Driver Rounds
Escudería Telmex Pontiac 1 Mara Reyes All
2 Rubén Pardo All
Escudería Telcel Sun Motorola Pontiac 5 Rogelio López All
6 Carlos Pardo All
Escudería Seman Baker Pontiac 38 Jorge Seman 1, 3, 6, 9, 10, 12–14
Dodge 83 Germán Quiroga All
87 Luis Felipe Montaño All
Escudería Díaz Racing Pontiac 11 Carlos Contreras 4–14
22 César Pedrero 1–3
Jonathan Manatou 8–9
Eduardo Tronconis 10–12, 14
Escudería Hecsal Racing Pontiac 7 Héctor Sánchez All
Raam Racing Team Pontiac 43 Óscar Ruíz All
Team GP Pontiac 17 Jorge Goeters 1–13
18 Fernando Plata All

Part time entries[edit]

Team Manufacturer No. Race Driver Rounds
Bracho Racing Team Pontiac 12 Julio Bracho Jr. 1–4, 6, 8, 14
Dynamic Motorsport Pontiac 11 Carlos Contreras 1–3
Escudería Delphi Pontiac 9 Sebastían Ocarranza 1–2, 4–8
Héctor Rached 3, 14
Horacio Topete 9–10, 12
Escudería México Pontiac 3 Gianfranco Cané 1–5
Escudería Zeppelin Pontiac 44 César Tiberio Jiménez 1–10
PPG Motorsports Pontiac 24 José González 14
Racing Toys Pontiac 66 Jonathan Manatou 1
Héctor Rached 2
Tiger Team Pontiac 99 Marcelo Nuñez 1–4

Schedule[edit]

No. Race Title Track Date Time
Local UTC
1 Mexico City Mexico City Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City June 6 13:30 18:30
2 Guadalajara Jalisco Trióvalo Bernardo Obregón, Guadalajara June 27 13:30 18:30
3 Querétaro Querétaro Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués July 18 13:30 18:30
4 Monterrey Nuevo León Autódromo Monterrey, Apodaca August 1 13:30 18:30
5 Torreón Durango Autódromo Marco Magaña, Gómez Palacio August 8 13:30 18:30
6 San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí Autódromo San Luis 400, San Luis Potosí August 22 13:30 18:30
7 Zacatecas Zacatecas Autódromo Internacional de Zacatecas, Guadalupe September 5 13:30 18:30
8 León Guanajuato Autódromo de León, León September 19 13:33 18:33
9 Guadalajara Jalisco Trióvalo Bernardo Obregón, Guadalajara October 3
10 Querétaro Querétaro Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués October 17
11 León Guanajuato Autódromo de León, León October 31
12 Guadalajara Jalisco Trióvalo Bernardo Obregón, Guadalajara November 14 13:33 19:33
13 San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí Autódromo San Luis 400, San Luis Potosí November 28 13:33 19:33
14 Mexico City Mexico City Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City December 5 13:33 19:33
  Oval/Speedway
  Road Course/Street Circuit

Results[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Winning manufacturer
1 Mexico City Mexico City Mexico Mara Reyes Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Jorge Goeters United States Pontiac
2 Jalisco Guadalajara Mexico Patrick Goeters Mexico Carlos Pardo Mexico Carlos Contreras United States Pontiac
3 Querétaro Quéretaro Mexico Germán Quiroga Mexico Rubén Pardo Mexico Carlos Contreras United States Pontiac
4 Nuevo León Monterrey Mexico Gianfranco Cané Mexico Rogelio López Mexico César Tiberio Jiménez United States Pontiac
5 Durango Torreón Mexico Rubén Pardo Mexico Carlos Pardo Mexico Carlos Pardo United States Pontiac
6 San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí Mexico Carlos Pardo1 Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Germán Quiroga United States Dodge
7 Zacatecas Zacatecas Mexico Carlos Contreras Mexico Carlos Pardo Mexico Carlos Pardo United States Pontiac
8 Guanajuato León Mexico Fernando Plata Mexico Carlos Pardo Mexico Carlos Pardo United States Pontiac
9 Jalisco Guadalajara Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Rogelio López Mexico Rogelio López United States Pontiac
10 Querétaro Quéretaro Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Rubén Pardo Mexico Rubén Pardo United States Pontiac
11 Guanajuato León Mexico Carlos Pardo2 Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Rogelio López United States Pontiac
12 Jalisco Guadalajara Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Carlos Pardo United States Pontiac
13 San Luis Potosí San Luis Potosí Mexico Rubén Pardo Mexico Jorge Goeters Mexico Rogelio López United States Pontiac
14 Mexico City Mexico City Mexico Sebastián Ocaranza Mexico Rogelio López Mexico Rogelio López United States Pontiac
1.^ Qualifying cancelled by rain.[4]
2.^ Qualifying cancelled by works in the track.[5]

Standings[edit]

Rank Driver Mexico City
MEX
Jalisco
GDL
Querétaro
QRO
Nuevo León
MTY
Durango
TOR
San Luis Potosí
SLP
Zacatecas
ZAC
Guanajuato
LEON
Jalisco
GDL
Querétaro
QRO
Guanajuato
LEON
Jalisco
GDL
San Luis Potosí
SLP
Mexico City
MEX
Pts
1 Mexico Carlos Pardo 5 14 3 2 1 7 1 1 2 2 15 1 3 4 2326
2 Mexico Rubén Pardo 9 18 2 3 3 4 3 6 4 1 2 5 6 3 2257
3 Mexico Rogelio López 7 3 23 15 4 9 2 11 1 3 1 6 1 1 2201
4 Mexico Jorge Goeters 1 6 6 4 19 2 18 2 11 4 4 2 2 2045
5 Mexico Fernando Plata 11 5 4 7 6 6 15 9 5 5 14 3 4 26 2026
6 Mexico Mara Reyes 10 4 10 18 8 11 5 17 3 6 7 4 8 23 1943
7 Mexico Carlos Contreras 13 1 1 6 2 5 13 22 13 7 21 24 5 21 1936
8 Mexico Oscar Ruíz 22 15 9 5 5 23 11 5 7 16 6 7 10 14 1887
9 Mexico Héctor Sánchez 6 8 20 19 11 13 9 8 10 11 8 9 11 7 1857
10 Mexico Luis F. Montaño 17 13 24 22 17 3 6 3 6 22 23 8 9 2 1815
11 Mexico Germán Quiroga 20 21 7 24 7 1 8 4 12 17 24 18 7 10 1802
12 Mexico Ignacio Alvarado 8 11 13 11 18 17 19 12 20 19 12 17 14 6 1705
13 Mexico Juan Lópezpape 25 16 8 14 12 10 16 23 14 5 20 15 13 1553
14 Mexico Alejandro Portillo 24 14 9 16 19 17 15 18 9 10 19 17 16 1525
15 Mexico Patrick Goeters 19 2 8 9 8 3 8 20 19 13 12 1483
16 Mexico César Tiberio 18 17 5 1 15 22 7 10 9 8 1337
17 Mexico Sebastían Ocaranza 12 19 23 12 10 16 18 24 12 3 13 18 1213
18 Mexico Raúl García 14 25 17 16 21 20 18 16 11 25 1084
19 Mexico Jorge Seman 21 26 14 20 13 23 12 24 857
20 Mexico Julio Bracho, Jr. 16 16 19 14 15 13 13 5 854
21 Mexico Jesús Castellanos 12 21 12 18 19 20 14 799
22 Mexico Javier de la Parra 13 14 21 25 18 16 11 796
23 Mexico Gianfranco Cané 2 22 15 16 10 649
24 Mexico Miguel de la Parra 22 13 21 12 22 545
25 Mexico Marcelo Nuñez  3 9 12 20 533
26 Mexico Jonathan Manatou 15 14 16 499
27 Mexico Héctor Rached 20 17 10 9 492
28 Mexico Sebastían Ocaranza II 17 12 19 475
29 Mexico Eduardo Troconis 15 11 15 22 467
30 Mexico Eduardo Goeters 23 23 13 16 430
31 Mexico César Pedrero 4 10 11 429
32 Mexico Horacio Topete 14 21 22 318
33 Mexico Michael Goeters 10 7 280
34 Mexico Roberto Fernández 15 21 17 212
35 Mexico Eliseo Márquez 18 9 194
36 Mexico Iván Pérez 7 146
37 Mexico Jonathan Briseño 10 8 134
38 Mexico Horacio Richards 15 118
39 Mexico Ignacio Márquez 26 19 106
40 Mexico David Hernández 20 103
Mexico Alfredo Galland 17 103
Mexico Eduardo Calderón 21 103
Mexico José González 20 103
44 Mexico Rafael Vallina 21 100
Mexico Ricardo Marroquín 22 100

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