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Peugeot 307 concept
Chevrolet Vectra 2009, the new concept of Stock Car Brasil.

From 2000 The General Motors leaves of organizing the competition in short, which is now held by the company Vicar, owned by former driver Carlos Col, which also manages the Formula 3. To modernize the competition and improve driver safety, the stock car starts to use a tubular chassis. The project is by the argentinian Edgardo Fernandos, who did something similar for the argentinan category Top Race V6, inspired by the Nascar, and by the german DTM. The chassis, made by JL, company of the former pilot Zeca Giaffone, can recieve the fairing of any sedan car.