Argentine racing car engineer, Alberto Canapino Died at 52

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Agustín Canapino was on born January 19, 1990, and died on February 15, 2021.

He was an Argentine racing driver.

Canapino has driven in many different series, where he gained recognition in Turismo Carretera (TC).

His father was the renowned race car mechanic in Argentina Alberto Canapino.

Canapino was not an experience racer, however, he made his introduction in 2005 of every a Renault one-make.
In 2007 he won the title.

He made his introduction that year in TC 2000 and the next year in Top Race and TC Pista, a title before Turismo Carretera that he won that year.

He wins the TC and Top Race Torneo Clausura titles in 2010.

Canapino won all the titles in Top Race somewhere in the range of 2011 and 2017 (with a Mercedes-Benz model), aside from 2015, which was won by Matías Rodríguez.

Won the Súper TC 2000 title in 2016 with Chevrolet Argentina manufacturing plant group and was a three-time TC champion somewhere in the range of 2017 and 2019 with the Canapino Sports group (drove by his dad).

Canapino has likewise run a couple of races at Stock Car Brasil.

Canapino was called by Ricardo Juncos in 2019, overseer of Juncos Racing, to race the 24 Hours of Daytona in DPi.

Alongside Will Owen, René Binder and Kyle Kaiser, he completed eighth in the class. He likewise hustled at Sebring.

He earned the Olimpia de Oro 2018 for the best Argentine athlete of the year.

Juan Manuel Fangio and himself, the solitary dashing driver to win this honour.

Canapino got the Olimpia de Plata of the control multiple times.

Agustín Canapino passed away on Febuary 15, 2021 due to Covid -19.

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