Porsche Carrera Cup Brasil – Stage 7 Report
November 16, 2020
Chalk up another championship for Miguel Paludo and the BRANDT Racing team. This win also makes Paludo the current record holder for most races won at Interlagos with 17 wins.Read More...
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Nova Prata, Brazil
Competing for his 6th Porsche GT3 Cup Series championship win, Miguel Paludo seeks more wins 2020’s season. In 2017, Paludo ran the preliminary of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, representing Brazil and BRANDT against the Porsche champions around the world in France. The native of Nova Prata, Brazil had excellent seasons in the past years, accumulating titles of Overall Champion, Endurance Champion, F1 preliminary race wins and many podium finishes.
Miguel Paludo started in the motoring world with a kart at the age of 14 and did not pursue his professional career before graduating from university and starting his own successful business. At 21, Paludo and his brother Daniel competed side by side in a regional series of touring cars from Brazil. Paludo experienced success immediately, winning his fourth race in which he competed.
That same year, Paludo was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. However, he did not let the diagnosis stop him. He continued to pursue his career while learning to deal with diabetes. In 2006, Paludo took his talents to the national level, racing in a Renault Clio, in which he took the podium twice. In 2008, Paludo graduated from the Porsche GT3 Cup Brasil, winning the championship, with three wins, two poles and 11 submissions in the top 3. Paludo repeated his performance the other year, becoming the first driver to win the championship twice in a row in history. In 2010, Paludo left the country where he was born to go to the United States and compete in NASCAR. Paludo started 2012 making history at the opening of the season in Daytona, becoming the first Brazilian to get a pole in one of NASCAR's three most competitive series.
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