2011 NASCAR Corona Series

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2011 NASCAR Corona Series
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The 2011 NASCAR Corona Series was the eighth season of the Corona Series and was organized by NASCAR Mexico. The season was composed by fourteen races in seven venues across Mexico. The season started in Monterrey with the Regia 200, and finished in Mexico City in the Mexico Fest 200. Six drivers won races being Homero Richards the most winner with five. Mónica Morales won the owners championship for third time and Germán Quiroga successful defend his championship, winning his third championship. Enrique Contreras III won the Rookie of the Year title.

Report[edit]

Germán Quiroga, 2011 champion

The kickoff of the season was in Monterrey. This was the 100th race of the NCS. Patrick Goeters dominated the race from start, and won his fourth race in his career.[1] In the second race, Jorge Goeters won his 10th race, and the fourth in this track. Goeters together with Germán Quiroga shared the leading.[2] The race was shortened by time, originally was scheduled to 250 laps (201 km). The third race in Aguascalientes saw to Rogelio López started from the back of the grid, because to failed the inspection after the qualification, but he took the victory. Germán Quiroga became in the leader of NCS.[3] In Chiapas, Jorge Goeters took his first victory of the season in a race with 10 cautions. The race was shortened of 200 laps to 129 laps by time.[4] Again Homero Richards took the first place in the fifth race.[5] This was the first of fourth wins in a row that finished in San Luis Potosí.[6]

In the second part of the season, Rafael Martínez won in his hometown. For Martínez was his 15th victory, he took the historic second place.[7] But, soon Quiroga reached the 15th victory in the next race[8] and two more before the end of the season. This last victory marked the third championship for Quiroga.[9]

Teams and drivers[edit]

Team Manufacturer No. Race Driver Rounds
2b Racing Chevrolet 7 Carlos Peralta All
8 Freddy Tame, Jr. 1–7, 9–14
10 Oscar Peralta 1–3, 5–8, 10, 11, 13
Anvi Motorsports Toyota 30 Victor Barrales 1–6, 8–11, 13–14
39 Juan Carlos Herrero 2–6, 9
CEDVA Racing Dodge 55 Jorge Contreras, Jr. 1–3, 6, 8–11, 13, 14
Equipo Telcel Dodge 2 Germán Quiroga All
3 Daniel Suárez All
Escuderia Telmex Chevrolet 1 Antonio Pérez All
5 Rubén Rovelo All
FCV Racing Toyota 14 Carlos Contreras All
49 Jorge Arteaga 1–12, 14
HDI Seguros Racing Team Mazda 27 Ruben García Novoa 1–11
Rubén García, Jr. 13–14
88 Alejandro Capin All
H&HighSpeed Dodge 20 Homero Richards All
HO Speed Racing Toyota 11 Hugo Oliveras All
15 Rubén Pardo All
48 Rogelio López All
Ramírez Racing Team Chevrolet 08 José Luis Ramírez All
SC Racing Chevrolet 03 Patrick Goeters All
04 Javier Razo 1–4
05 Abraham Calderon All
70 Estefania Reyes 1–6
SpartacRT Chevrolet 0 Rafael Vallina All
Tame Racing Ford 13 Elliot Van Rankin All
22 Irwin Vences All
Toyota 34 Oscar Ruiz All
Team GP Mazda 18 Rafael Martínez All
31 Jorge Goeters All

Driver changes[edit]

  • Freddy Tame leave Team GP, and joined 2b Racing taking the place of Ricardo Pérez de Lara.[10]

2011 calendar[edit]

The schedule was presented in March 8 with 14 races in 7 venues.[11]

No. Race Title Track Date Time
Local UTC
1 Regia 200 Nuevo León Autódromo Monterrey, Apodaca 20 March 13:10 19:10
2 Potosina 200 San Luis Potosí Autódromo Potosino, Zaragoza 3 April 13:10 18:10
3 Aguascalientes 240 Aguascalientes Autódromo Internacional de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 1 May 13:10 18:10
4 AC Delco 240 Chiapas Autódromo Chiapas, Tuxtla Gutiérrez 15 May 13:10 18:10
5 Queretana 200 Querétaro Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués 5 June 13:10 18:10
6 Puebla 240 Puebla Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, Puebla 19 June 13:10 18:10
7 Mexico Fest 200 Mexico City Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City 17 July 13:10 18:10
8 Potosina 200 San Luis Potosí Autódromo Potosino, Zaragoza 7 August 13:10 18:10
9 Regia 200 Nuevo León Autódromo Monterrey, Apodaca 21 August 13:10 18:10
10 Queretana 200 Querétaro Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués 4 September 13:10 18:10
11 Puebla 240 Puebla Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, Amozoc 2 October 13:10 18:10
12 Potosina 200 San Luis Potosí Autódromo Potosino, Zaragoza 23 October 13:10 18:10
13 Aguascalientes 240 Aguascalientes Autódromo Internacional de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 6 November 13:10 19:10
14 Mexico Fest 200 Mexico City Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City 27 November 13:15 19:15
  Oval
  Road Course

Calendar changes[edit]

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most lap led Winning Driver Winning Manufacturer
1 Regia 200 Patrick Goeters Patrick Goeters Patrick Goeters Chevrolet
2 Potosina 200 Germán Quiroga Homero Richards Jorge Goeters Mazda
3 Aguascalientes 240 Jorge Goeters Antonio Pérez Rogelio López Toyota
4 AC Delco 240 Jorge Goeters Antonio Pérez Jorge Goeters Mazda
5 Queretana 200 Rafael Martínez Homero Richards Homero Richards Toyota
6 Puebla 240 Homero Richards Homero Richards Homero Richards Toyota
7 Mexico Fest 200 Rogelio López Patrick Goeters Homero Richards Toyota
8 Potosina 200 Germán Quiroga Germán Quiroga Homero Richards Toyota
9 Regia 200 Daniel Suárez Homero Richards Rafael Martínez Mazda
10 Queretana 200 Jorge Goeters Jorge Goeters Germán Quiroga Dodge
11 Puebla 240 Alejandro Capín Alejandro Capín Rogelio López Toyota
12 Potosina 200 Patrick Goeters Rafael Martínez Germán Quiroga Dodge
13 Aguascalientes 240 Daniel Suárez Patrick Goeters Germán Quiroga Dodge
14 Mexico Fest 200 Daniel Suárez Homero Richards Homero Richards Toyota

Driver standings[edit]

(keyBold - Pole position awarded by time. * – Most laps led.

Rank Driver MTY SLP AGS TXG QRO PUE MXC SL2 MT2 QR2 PU2 SL3 AG2 MX2 Pts
1 Germán Quiroga 2 4 2 9 12 2 3 2* 2 1 17 1 1 5 2272
2 Homero Richards 9 6* 29 23 1* 1* 1 1 8* 2 31 17 28 1* 1986
3 Jorge Goeters 5 1 27 1 24 3 7 6 10 15* 7 2 35 12 1942
4 Rubén Rovelo 3 3 24 3 8 9 8 5 3 9 25 32 7 4 1924
5 José Luis Ramírez 18 16 5 6 9 15 6 9 21 12 10 8 4 8 1893
6 Rogelio López 28 7 1 22 22 27 5 8 5 6 1 19 9 3 1885
7 Rafael Martínez 8 2 14 10 2 19 11 33 1 7 3 16* 34 9 1867
8 Patrick Goeters 1* 8 33 29 32 12 4* 14 26 4 2 6 2* 14 1818
9 Daniel Suárez 12 19 10 25 6 34 15 7 4 3 19 4 29 7 1769
10 Abraham Calderon 7 22 6 28 5 6 9 30 20 5 4 31 19 2 1752
11 Hugo Oliveras 6 5 3 26 13 32 23 10 29 20 9 7 8 11 1724
12 Carlos Peralta 14 11 11 4 11 10 18 11 12 19 14 25 6 35 1699
13 Antonio Pérez 22 14 31* 14* 33 11 12 3 7 28 12 5 3 30 1670
14 Rubén Pardo 10 21 4 17 18 31 16 21 31 8 18 15 13 6 1616
15 Irwin Vences 29 17 7 33 4 4 10 27 32 32 6 3 24 13 1613
16 Elliot VanRankin 24 9 12 13 7 8 19 34 14 29 11 24 16 10 1611
17 Óscar Ruiz 34 13 8 21 27 14 13 16 22 10 8 29 5 36 1528
18 Alejandro Capin 26 12 9 7 3 20 20 4 30 11 5* 30 11 24 1524
19 Pepe Montaño 11 20 30 20 15 18 35 19 11 14 33 12 10 16 1494
20 Carlos Contreras 4 10 34 18 17 13 24 22 28 24 26 10 27 29 1492
21 Luis Felipe Montaño 19 33 19 5 31 53 21 31 13 13 30 21 12 17 1431
22 Freddy Tame, Jr. 31 26 15 16 16 17 17 6 21 23 9 18 34 1382
23 Jorge Arteaga 13 15 24 24 10 24 14 12 27 31 24 23 32 1358
24 Enrique Contreras III (R) 28 18 12 20 26 27 20 15 23 27 11 30 28 1330
25 Héctor Félix (R) 33 23 26 15 23 28 32 DNQ DNQ 20 26 15 22 1238
26 Victor Barrales 15 29 28 31 DNQ 21 15 16 22 22 25 21 1220
27 Rubén García, Jr. 23 18 17 2 28 7 25 29 9 17 29 EX EX EX 1134
28 Israel Jaitovich 21 DNQ 19 DNQ 34 23 18 15 18 21 26 1065
29 Rafael Vallina 20 30 13 27 21 22 30 18 19 26 26 1040
30 Rodrigo Marbán (R) 27 25 DNQ 19 30 DNQ 28 23 25 22 DNQ DNQ 961
31 Óscar Peralta 30 31 16 14 16 36 13 30 13 33 918
32 Jorge Contreras, Jr. (R) 21 DSQ1 20 30 26 25 DNQ 28 32 18 881
33 Alex Villasana (R) DNQ DNQ DNQ 26 DNQ 16 21 13 31 20 808
34 Pepe González 17 33 18 14 DNQ 23 695
35 Julián Islas DNQ 32 11 DNQ 33 DNQ DNQ 34 23 673
36 Mike Sánchez 23 24 25 24 DNQ 32 DNQ 33 660
37 Javier Fernández 25 24 28 DNQ 31 615
38 Alan Williams 32 34 DNQ 32 DNQ 31 14 DNQ 548
39 Hector Aguirre (R) 34 27 16 20 22 15 527
40 Carlos Anaya 16 DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 29 DNQ 463
41 Rodrigo Peralta (R) DNQ 27 20 19 428
42 Juan Carlos Herrero (R) 24 23 8 DSQ2 DNQ 422
43 Estefanía Reyes 25 DNQ 22 30 26 398
44 Javier Razo (R) 17 27 DNQ DNQ 27 380
45 Rubén García, Jr. (R) 17 25 200
46 Juan Carlos Blum (R) 29 76
47 Pepe Rivera, Jr. DNQ 49
References [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28]
^ Contreras, Jr. had finished in 32, but he was disqualified after the technical inspection.[29]
^ Herrero had finished in 29, but he was disqualified, because he did not present his carburetor to inspection.[30]
^ Montaño got a penalty of 50 points for an engine irregularity.[31]
^ Contreras got a penalty of 15 points for an steering wheel irregularity.[32]

Rookie of the Year[edit]

Only the best 10 results count in the final classification.

Rank Driver MTY SLP AGS TXG QRO PUE MXC SL2 MT2 QR2 PU2 SL3 AG2 MX2 Pts
1 Enrique Contreras III 28 18 12 20 26 27 20 15 23 27 11 30 28 93
2 Héctor Félix 33 23 26 15 23 28 32 DNQ DNQ 20 26 15 22 84
3 Alex Villasana DNQ DNQ DNQ 26 DNQ 16 21 13 31 20 69
4 Jorge Contreras, Jr. 21 DSQ 20 30 26 25 DNQ 28 32 18 68
5 Rodrigo Marbán 27 25 DNQ 19 30 DNQ 28 23 25 22 DNQ DNQ 65
6 Hector Aguirre 34 27 16 20 22 15 48
7 Javier Fernández 25 24 28 DNQ 31 46
8 Rodrigo Peralta DNQ 27 20 19 35
9 Juan Carlos Herrero 24 23 8 DSQ DNQ 32
10 Javier Razo 17 27 DNQ DNQ 27 26
11 Rubén García, Jr. 17 25 14
12 Juan Carlos Blum 29 7

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Jorge Goeters Keeps It In The Family". NASCAR Hometracks. April 3, 2011. 
  3. ^ "No Place Like Home For López". NASCAR Hometracks. May 1, 2011. 
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  5. ^ "Hungry Richards Holds On In Querétaro". NASCAR Hometracks. June 5, 2011. 
  6. ^ "Richards Roll Continues". NASCAR Hometracks. June 7, 2011. 
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  8. ^ "Quiroga Gets Querétaro Victory". NASCAR Hometracks. September 4, 2011. 
  9. ^ "Quiroga Clinches Mexico Crown In Style". NASCAR Hometracks. November 6, 2011. 
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  27. ^ "Results of "14° fecha NASCAR Corona Series PxT"". Mylaps.com. November 27, 2011. 
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  29. ^ "El auto 55 fue penalizado después del evento de San Luis Potosí". Sportcar.com. April 26, 2011. 
  30. ^ "El auto 39 fue penalizado en el evento de Querétaro". Sportcar.com. June 16, 2011. 
  31. ^ "El auto 16 fue penalizado después del evento de Puebla". Sportcar.com. June 29, 2011. 
  32. ^ "El auto 14 fue penalizado después del evento del Distrito Federal". Sportcar.com. August 1, 2011.