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A bad day for Naranjo from San Juan who left early in a race that Bernardelli stayed on | Cuyo’s diary

A bad day for Naranjo from San Juan who left early in a race that Bernardelli stayed on | Cuyo’s diary

The second final of the weekend started with the 42 main characters on the starting grid, with Tomas Pellandino and Enzo Torres – winner of yesterday’s final – in the front row. The driver Concepción del Uragua hit the nose followed by the driver Hurlingham but already in the first corner the new items started, the touches created a total of 4 entries of the safety car but that did not spoil the show. In front Gino Bernardelli jumped from fourth place to the top and behind him Felipe Bernasconi was fighting for position as shot guard with the man Pellandino. They got stuck in different situations and main characters like “Toto” Torres, Felipe Rey, Franco Lucero, Simón Volpi, ‘Naza’ López, among others, were left on the side of the road.

The fourth AS was due to a multiple carom between Esteban Luna, “Chuck” and Mairu Herrera, who decided that the last lap was at full speed, a checkered flag and Gino Bernardelli’s first victory in the category – in his 29th race -, accompanied by Tomás Pellandino and Felipe Bernasconi, both repeating the 2-3 of the first final but in reverse order. Marcelo Zunino – Wholesale Banking Manager -, Adolfo Muchino – Retail Banking Manager – and Laura Roppolo – Member of the Mining Unit, members of the main entity @bancosanjuan were the sports weekend that gave the trophies of the same occupants. Francisco Luengo, Genaro Rasetto, Agustín Buralli, Alfredo Esterkin, Emiliano Puerto, Sofia Percara and Ian Pierantonelli completed the top ten.

Meanwhile, Joaquín Naranjo of San Juan started 33rd and had a series of complications that took him to the pits 3 times until he retired on the fifth lap.


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