Gutix

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racername = Gutix|
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nationality = Argentinian|
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location = Buenos Aires, Argentina|
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birthday = 1977-09-01|
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team = Meganium Aces High|
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firstrace = ZCT34 (January 2004)|
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results = 2x champion of ZakStunts (2004, 2010); champion of HOTU Stunts (2004), AkossStunts (2004), Stunts LOL (2004), UnskilledStunts (2004/05), IMSA Cup #4 (2005), Stunts Drivers Races (2006), WRC Stunts (2003-2006), International Stunts Master (2010) and UnskilledStunts League (2010)|
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An Argentinian racer, Gutix was the first of the alumni of [[Alan Rotoi]] in [[MeganiuM Aces High]], dominating [[ZakStunts]] and pretty much everything else in 2004 (he won [[HOTU Stunts]], [[AkossStunts]], [[Stunts LOL]], [[ZakStunts]], early-2005 [[IMSA Cup]] and [[UnskilledStunts]] 2004-2005. That is, ''six'' titles in nine months). Though he would later add [[WRC Stunts]] and the innaugural [[SDR]] title to his tally, Gutix mostly made sporadic appearances on the following years - always being extremely competitive whenever he took part in a race, however. The most famous of these appearances is undoubtedly [[ZCT|ZCT70]] (December 2006), which he duly won by a margin of ''fourteen seconds'' with a replay sent ''on the third day of the month''. A proper comeback eventually happened starting from [[ZCT100]], with predictable results: the [[ZakStunts]] 2010 title, as well as victories in the 2010 editions of the prestigious [[ISM]] and [[USL]] special events.  
 
An Argentinian racer, Gutix was the first of the alumni of [[Alan Rotoi]] in [[MeganiuM Aces High]], dominating [[ZakStunts]] and pretty much everything else in 2004 (he won [[HOTU Stunts]], [[AkossStunts]], [[Stunts LOL]], [[ZakStunts]], early-2005 [[IMSA Cup]] and [[UnskilledStunts]] 2004-2005. That is, ''six'' titles in nine months). Though he would later add [[WRC Stunts]] and the innaugural [[SDR]] title to his tally, Gutix mostly made sporadic appearances on the following years - always being extremely competitive whenever he took part in a race, however. The most famous of these appearances is undoubtedly [[ZCT|ZCT70]] (December 2006), which he duly won by a margin of ''fourteen seconds'' with a replay sent ''on the third day of the month''. A proper comeback eventually happened starting from [[ZCT100]], with predictable results: the [[ZakStunts]] 2010 title, as well as victories in the 2010 editions of the prestigious [[ISM]] and [[USL]] special events.  
  

Revision as of 14:02, 12 December 2014

Gutix
Nationality: Argentinian
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Born: 1977-09-01
Team: Meganium Aces High
First race: ZCT34 (January 2004)
Championship titles: 2x champion of ZakStunts (2004, 2010); champion of HOTU Stunts (2004), AkossStunts (2004), Stunts LOL (2004), UnskilledStunts (2004/05), IMSA Cup #4 (2005), Stunts Drivers Races (2006), WRC Stunts (2003-2006), International Stunts Master (2010) and UnskilledStunts League (2010)

An Argentinian racer, Gutix was the first of the alumni of Alan Rotoi in MeganiuM Aces High, dominating ZakStunts and pretty much everything else in 2004 (he won HOTU Stunts, AkossStunts, Stunts LOL, ZakStunts, early-2005 IMSA Cup and UnskilledStunts 2004-2005. That is, six titles in nine months). Though he would later add WRC Stunts and the innaugural SDR title to his tally, Gutix mostly made sporadic appearances on the following years - always being extremely competitive whenever he took part in a race, however. The most famous of these appearances is undoubtedly ZCT70 (December 2006), which he duly won by a margin of fourteen seconds with a replay sent on the third day of the month. A proper comeback eventually happened starting from ZCT100, with predictable results: the ZakStunts 2010 title, as well as victories in the 2010 editions of the prestigious ISM and USL special events.

External links

The famous Z70 replay as a bird's eye animation (enable fullscreen for a better experience).

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