2011 Formula 3 Sudamericana season

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2011 Formula 3 Sudamericana
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The 2011 Formula 3 Sudamericana season was the 25th Formula 3 Sudamericana season. It began on 21 March 2011, in Velopark, and ended on 17 December at Autódromo Internacional Orlando Moura in Campo Grande.

In year most complicated of the category, Fabiano Machado dominated the Championship, winning 17 of the 25 races in a season where only he and one other driver, Ronaldo Freitas, competed in every race. Bruno Bonifacio dominated the Sudamericana Class B, winning 12 races.[1]

Drivers and teams[edit]

  • All cars are powered by Berta engines, and will run on Pirelli tyres. All teams were Brazilian-registered.
Team No. Driver Class Chassis Rounds
Cesário Fórmula 1 Brazil Fabiano Machado A Dallara F309 All
2 Brazil Fernando Resende A Dallara F309 1
Brazil Denis Navarro A Dallara F309 2–3
Brazil Paulo Bonifacio A Dallara F309 3
Brazil Roberto Streit A Dallara F309 6
Brazil Felipe Guimarães A Dallara F309 8
Brazil Leandro Florenzo A Dallara F309 8
Brazil Victor Guerin A Dallara F309 9
3 Brazil Ronaldo Freitas A Dallara F309 All
Kemba Racing 7 Brazil Leonardo de Souza A Dallara F309 1–7
8 Brazil Dorivaldo Gondra, Jr. A Dallara F309 4
Brazil Jonathan Mello A Dallara F309 6
37 Brazil Jonathan Mello B Dallara F301 1
Brazil Daniel Politzer A Dallara F309 2
Brazil Dorivaldo Gondra, Jr. A Dallara F309 3
Brazil Carlos Teixeira A Dallara F309 4
Hitech Racing Brazil 8 Brazil Galid Osman A Dallara F309 3
14 A Dallara F309 2
9 Brazil Guilherme Silva A Dallara F309 1–3, 5–6
10 Brazil João Leme A Dallara F309 1–3, 5
18 Brazil Roberto Savério A Dallara F309 1
27 Argentina Jean Catalano A Dallara F309 7
28 Brazil Fernando Resende A Dallara F309 2–5, 8
Brazil Rafael Isenhard A Dallara F309 6
Argentina Agustin Canapino A Dallara F309 7
Cesário Fórmula Júnior 31 Brazil Bruno Bonifacio B Dallara F301 1–4, 6
Argentina Buno Etman A Dallara F309 7
32 Brazil Ricardo Landi B Dallara F301 1
33 Brazil Matheus Stumpf B Dallara F301 1
Brazil Higor Hofmann A Dallara F309 8–9
35 Argentina Augusto Scalbi B Dallara F301 2
Brazil Felipe Polehtto A Dallara F309 3
Brazil Beto Monteiro A Dallara F309 4
Brazil Ricardo Landucci A Dallara F309 5–9
36 Argentina Hernán Bueno B Dallara F301 2
Brazil Luiz Boesel A Dallara F309 3
Brazil Suzane Carvalho A Dallara F309 3
Brazil Luir Miranda A Dallara F309 5
Brazil Fernando Junior A Dallara F309 6
Brazil Ricardo Landi A Dallara F309 8
Brazil Vinícius Alvarenga A Dallara F309 9
Dragão Motorsport 42 Brazil Vinícius Alvarenga B Dallara F301 2
United Kingdom Stuart Turvey B Dallara F301 3, 9
Icon Class
A Class A
B Class B

Notes:

  • Leandro Florenzo and Felipe Guimarães competed in partnership.
  • Luiz Boesel and Suzane Carvlalho also competed in partnership.
  • Due to the short grid, some drivers of other categories were guest for Sunday race.

Race calendar and results[edit]

Round Location Circuit Date Race 1 winner Race 2 winner Race 3 winner
1 Brazil Nova Santa Rita, Brazil Velopark March 26–27 Brazil Guilherme Silva Brazil Guilherme Silva Brazil Guilherme Silva
2 Brazil São Paulo, Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace July 15–16 Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado
3 Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet July 30–31 Brazil Leonardo de Souza Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado
4 Brazil Caruaru, Brazil Autódromo Ayrton Senna August 13–14 Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fernando Resende Brazil Fabiano Machado
5 Brazil Campo Grande, Brazil Autódromo Internacional Orlando Moura August 27–28 Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado
6 Brazil Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil Autódromo Internacional de Santa Cruz do Sul September 10–11 Brazil Guilherme Silva Brazil Guilherme Silva Brazil Fabiano Machado
7 Argentina Entre Ríos, Argentina Autódromo Ciudad de Paraná September 24–25 Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado Without race 3
8 Brazil Brasília, Brazil Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet October 29–30 Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Fabiano Machado
9 Brazil Campo Grande, Brazil Autódromo Internacional Orlando Moura 17 December Brazil Fabiano Machado Brazil Victor Guerin Without race 3

Championship standings[edit]

Class A standings[edit]

Pos Driver Team Points
1 Brazil Fabiano Machado Cesário Fórmula 536
2 Brazil Ronaldo Freitas Cesário Fórmula 331
3 Brazil Guilherme Silva Hitech Racing Brazil 245
4 Brazil Fernando Resende Cesário Fórmula
Hitech Racing Brazil
221
5 Brazil Leonardo de Souza Kemba Racing 164
6 Brazil João Leme Hitech Racing Brazil 127
7 Brazil Victor Guerin Cesário Fórmula 43
8 Argentina Jean Catalano Hitech Racing Brazil 27
9 Brazil Denis Navarro Cesário Fórmula 18
10 Brazil Felipe Guimarães Cesário Fórmula 12
11 Argentina Agustin Canapino Hitech Racing Brazil 10
Brazil Jonathan Mello Kemba Racing 0
Brazil Dorivaldo Gondra, Jr. Kemba Racing 0
Brazil Galid Osman Hitech Racing Brazil 0
Brazil Paulo Bonifacio Cesário Fórmula 0
Brazil Leandro Florenzo Cesário Fórmula 0
Brazil Roberto Savério Hitech Racing Brazil 0
Brazil Roberto Streit Cesário Fórmula 0
Brazil Rafael Isenhard Hitech Racing Brazil 0

Class B standings[edit]

Pos Driver Team Points
1 Brazil Bruno Bonifacio Cesário Fórmula Jr. 318
2 Brazil Ricardo Landucci Cesário Fórmula Jr. 204
3 Brazil Luir Miranda Cesário Fórmula Jr. 68
4 Argentina Augusto Scalbi Cesário Fórmula Jr. 61
5 United Kingdom Stuart Turvey Dragão Motorsport 54
6 Argentina Hernán Bueno Cesário Fórmula Jr. 45
7 Brazil Higor Hofmann Cesário Fórmula Jr. 43
8 Brazil Suzane Carvalho Cesário Fórmula Jr. 40
9 Brazil Beto Monteiro Cesário Fórmula Jr. 25
10 Argentina Buno Etman Cesário Fórmula Jr. 25
11 Brazil Carlos Teixeira Kemba Racing 18
12 Brazil Fernando Junior Cesário Fórmula Jr. 18
13 Brazil Vinícius Alvarenga Dragão Motorsport
Cesário Formula Jr.
15
14 Brazil Ricardo Landi Cesário Fórmula Jr. 15
15 Brazil Daniel Politzer Kemba Racing 12
16 Brazil Felipe Polehtto Cesário Fórmula Jr. 12
Brazil Dorivaldo Gondra, Jr. Kemba Racing 0
Brazil Jonathan Mello Kemba Racing 0
Brazil Matheus Stumpf Cesário Fórmula Jr. 0
Brazil Luiz Boesel Cesário Fórmula Jr. 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "F-3 Sudamericana Fabiano Machado e Bruno Bonifácio são os campeões". autoracing.virgula.uol.com.br (in Portuguese). autoracing. Retrieved 15 November 2011. 

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