Racing in dad’s team: the cases of Figgo Bessone and Ramiro Cano in Nazionale Turismo

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He National tourism will inaugurate its fourth appointment this weekend in Concordia, with something new. cool bessonyounger son of Tito, will make his debut in Class 3, after a debut in Class 2, a division he shared with Ramiro Cano. The two have one thing in common: They run on their parent’s team..

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After the experience accumulated in three rounds in Class 2 of the TN, Bessone -18 years old- will share the Tito Bessone Toyota Racing with the reigning champion of the category, Julián Santero.

It is a pride to run in my father’s team and I think we will have good results”he told the site a while back pole position which was champion of the Abarth Cup in 2022, when it also crossed the TC2000 Series, Fiat Competizione and TCR SouthAmerica.

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In the recent statement released on social media, the father wrote: “Delighted to announce the arrival of Figgo Bessone in the National Tourism Class 3 in the Tito Bessone Toyota Racing, with a Toyota Corolla. From date 4, which will play in Concordia, Figgo will share the track with the best riders in the country in one of the most competitive categories in Argentina”.

Furthermore, Ernesto Bessone highlighted on his Instagram account that his son “will have great technical support, Esteban Pou on engines, Gaby Rodriguez on chassis, Ruben Solis as technical director, Leo Pane as track engineer and a very good group of mechanics. “.

Ramiro Canooriginally from Totoras (Santa Fe), he also arrived in TN from the Abarth Cup and is the son of the famous Gustavo Canoowner of the Crucianelli GC Competition team, where two figures in the category compete, such as Facundo Chapur and Juan Bautista de Benedictis.

Father and son, Class 2. Ramiro and Gustavo Cano.  Photo: APAT Press

Father and son, Class 2. Ramiro and Gustavo Cano. Photo: APAT Press

a special race

The Association of Touring Car Drivers (APAT) has ordered the convening of the fourth appointment of the National Tourism Alex Conci Grand Prixin homage to the pilot who died on April 24th.

Furthermore, before the final test that Class 2 will play on the Entre Ríos stage, the driver from Córdoba will be honored by his colleagues, relatives and loved ones.

Conci’s car will be occupied by Gastón Iansa in the same condition in which he last used it on April 9, at the Autodromo de Ciudad de Paraná (Entre Ríos).

Alex Conci competed in a total of 27 races in the National Touring Class 2 alternating between the DG Motorsport and Tito Bessone Toyota Racing teams. The 27-year-old was 17th in the current standings, adding 28 points.

Source: Clarin

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