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2013 NASCAR Toyota Series
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The 2013 NASCAR Toyota Series was the seventh season of the NASCAR Toyota Series, and the tenth organized by NASCAR Mexico. The season was composed by fifteen races. For first time, the series raced outside of Mexico, with a race in the Phoenix International Raceway.[1] Jorge Goeters returned as reigning champion, and took part in the 2013 UNOH Battle at the Beach.[2]

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ChangesEdit

DesafioEdit

After ten races the Top-8 championship drivers and 2 wildcards drivers were selected for a five-race "Chase system".

Teams and driversEdit

Manufacturer Team No. Race Driver Crew Chief
Chevrolet Telmex 1 Antonio Pérez Xristos Pappas
Ramírez Racing 08 José Luis Ramírez José Ramón Blasco
77 Rafael Vallina Edgard Romano
Dodge Telcel 2 Luis Felipe Montaño Mario Muñoz
Toyota Marban Racing 00 Rodrigo Marbán Jesús Gerardo Aguilera
Telcel 3 Daniel Suárez Rafael Vega
4 Jorge Goeters Humberto Castilla
SC Racing 05 Abraham Calderón Jorge Christian Torres
Telmex 5 Rubén Rovelo Alejandro Vega
2b Racing 7 Carlos Peralta Joe Pérez
8 Freddy Tame, Jr. Víctor Trejo
Tame Racing 9 Elliot Van Rankin Antonio Camacho
HO Racing 11 Hugo Oliveras Rafael Oliveras
15 Rubén Pardo Bruno Pineda
48 Rogelio López Asencion Jiménez
H&High Speed 20 Homero Richards Juan Luis Quintanar
29 Héctor Aguirre Jorge Luis Coapio
26 Israel Jaitovich Rolando González
30 Víctor Barrales Rafael Hernández
Escudería Suspensión y Dirección 34 Óscar Ruíz De Azua Roberto Meneses
43 Patrick Goeters José Valentín Fernández
36 Pepe Montaño Jorge Miguel Garibay
40 Héctor Félix David Tame
46 Irwin Vences Alfredo González
Mazda Team GP 18 Rafael Martínez Martín Bautista
88 Rubén García, Jr. Cuauhtémoc González

ScheduleEdit

In 2013, Phoenix International Raceway was added to the schedule, marking the first event in Toyota Series history to be held in the United States. All the Mexican venues of 2012 season returned, and three races were held at night (Phoenix, Mexico City and Chihuahua).

No. Race Title Track Date
1 Toyota 120‡   Phoenix International Raceway, Avondale 1 March
2 Potosina 200   Autódromo Potosino, Zaragoza 24 March
3 Mexico Fest 200   Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City 6 April
4 Queretana 200   Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués 21 April
5 Chihuahua 200‡   Dorado Speedway, Chihuahua 11 May
6 Aguascalientes 240   Autódromo Internacional de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 26 May
7 Puebla 240   Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, Puebla 16 June
8 Regia 200   Autódromo Monterrey, Apodaca 30 June
9 Queretana 200   Autódromo Querétaro, El Marqués 28 July
10 Mexico Fest 200   Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City 11 August
11 Potosina 200   Autódromo Potosino, Zaragoza 25 August
12 Puebla 240   Autódromo Miguel E. Abed, Amozoc 8 September
13 Aguascalientes 240   Autódromo Internacional de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 13 October
14 Tuxtla 240   Autódromo Chiapas, Berriozábal 27 October
15 Mexico Final 200   Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City 10 November
  Oval
  Road Course

‡ Night Race

Results and standingsEdit

RacesEdit

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer
1 Toyota 120 Jorge Goeters Abraham Calderon Abraham Calderon Toyota
2 Potosina 200 Antonio Pérez Homero Richards Homero Richards Toyota
3 Mexico Fest 240 Antonio Pérez Antonio Pérez Héctor Aguirre Toyota
4 Queretana 200 Daniel Suárez Homero Richards Rafael Martínez Mazda
5 Chihuahua 240 Daniel Suárez Daniel Suárez Daniel Suárez Toyota
6 Aguascalientes 240 Rubén García, Jr. Rubén García, Jr. Rubén García, Jr. Mazda
7 Puebla 240 Carlos Contreras Rafael Martínez Rafael Martínez Mazda
8 Regia 200 Homero Richards Homero Richards Daniel Suárez Toyota
9 RedCo 240 José Luis Ramírez Antonio Pérez Rafael Martínez Mazda
10 México Fest 240 Carlos Peralta Irwin Vences Irwin Vences Toyota
11 Potosina 200 Antonio Pérez Antonio Pérez Antonio Pérez Chevrolet
12 Puebla 240 Rafael Martínez Patrick Goeters Patrick Goeters Toyota
13 Aguascalientes 240 Patrick Goeters Daniel Suárez Rodrigo Peralta Ford
14 Tuxtla 240 Daniel Suárez Antonio Pérez José Luis Ramírez Chevrolet
15 Mexico Final 200 Daniel Suárez Daniel Suárez Daniel Suárez Toyota

DriversEdit

(keyBold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position set by final practice results. * – Most laps led.

Pos. Driver PHO SLP MXC QRO CHI AGS PUE MTY CHP MXC SLP PUE CHI AGS MXC Pts
1 Rafael Martínez 22 33 11 1 14 6 1* 17 1 1009
2 Rubén García, Jr. 3 7 9 6 18 1* 25 8 7 1003
3 Daniel Suárez 11 9 6 4 1* 27 33 1 26 1000
4 Irwin Vences 8 10 16 29 8 13 23 2 31 1 1000
5 Antonio Pérez 2 4 2* 3 16 2 24 25 3* 1000
6 Rubén Pardo 4 2 8 17 2 16 31 7 2 1000
7 Rodrigo Peralta 16 7 5 10 7 2 6 16 1000
8 Ruben Rovelo 14 24 10 7 3 3 3 26 5 1000
9 Jose Luis Ramírez 26 6 5 30 4 9 11 3 10 1000
10 Hugo Oliveras 10 12 14 9 5 15 5 28 4 1000
Desafío cut-off
Pos. Driver PHO SLP MXC QRO CHI AGS PUE MTY CHP MXC SLP PUE CHI AGS MXC Pts
10 Homero Richards 5 1* 29 2 31 21 6 22 8 282
11 Jorge Goeters 9 19 27 19 7 10 4 4 28 270
12 Freddy Tame 13 5 17 10 15 28 14 11 17 268
13 Héctor Aguirre 25 29 1 16 25 5 7 20 11 263
15 Luis Felipe Montaño 12 13 4 18 11 8 30 27 14 254
16 Carlos Peralta 6 26 21 11 9 14 10 31 18 251
17 Oscar Ruíz De Azua 24 8 13 25 22 18 19 5 13 249
18 Patrick Goeters 7 11 19 32 17 11 9 32 27 232
19 Abraham Calderón 1* 28 3 8 6 30 29 29 9 229
20 Pepe Montaño 15 30 15 14 24 20 27 10 15 226
21 Rogelio López 21 27 12 31 23 4 35 18 6 220
22 Héctor Félix 16 20 20 20 13 12 16 23 212
23 Elliot Van Rankin 19 21 33 15 19 19 29 24 12 205
24 Israel Jaitovich 23 22 24 27 26 25 17 19 22 191
25 Rodrigo Marbán 18 25 25 26 20 31 22 23 24 182
26 Carlos Contreras 3 34 13 30 33 8 9 34 180
27 Rafael Vallina 17 32 23 34 21 29 32 13 20 175
28 Víctor Barrales 20 34 32 27 23 15 14 21 175
29 Oscar Torres, Jr. 18 26 21 28 32 13 21 25 168
30 Santiago Tovar DNQ 28 22 32 17 12 12 32 161
31 Javier Fernández 17 22 28 33 24 20 15 149
32 Jorge Contreras, Jr. 14 30 12 22 33 19 134
33 Héctor González DNQ 33 34 21 16 29 96
34 Jim Nides 12 34 60
35 Oscar Peralta 31 18 23 60
36 Enrique Baca 24 29 30 49
37 Xavier Razo 26 33 47
38 Jorge Seman 18 26
39 Julian Islas 23 31 24
40 Waldemar Coronas 15 29
41 Rubén García Novoa 30 14

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2013 Toyota Series Schedule Announced". NASCAR Hometracks. 14 December 2012. Archived from the original on 16 January 2013. Retrieved 11 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Goeters Gets Toyota Series Title". NASCAR Hometracks. 11 November 2012. Archived from the original on 16 November 2012. Retrieved 11 January 2013.