On Friday, the presentation of the work team in charge of the development of SUV models for the TC2000. It is led by the Argentinian mechanic Gustavo Estrada, who lives in Germany and is the Technical Head of the Mercedes-AMG Aerodynamic Department.
The owners of the different teams that make up TC2000, along with their teams, participated in this decisive meeting. Gustavo Aznarez, Diego Bruna and Juan Manuel Perrier were present at Toyota Gazoo Racing YPF Infinia; by Axion Energy Sport Alejandro Saparrat; by YPF Honda RV Racing Javier Ciabattari; for YPF Elaion Auro Pro Racing, Valois Salavagione; for Octanos Competition Christian Martínez; by JM Motorsport Juan José Monteagudo. ACA CDA members Diego Mesa, Ángel Portela and Gastón Sousa were also present.
First, Alejandro Levy, head of the Tango Agency, introduced Sebastián Mauriño and Juan Carlos Pianetto, who will accompany Estrada in the new development of models.
TC2000 teams received general plans and routes, work plans, and medium and long-term goals from the engineer himself.
GUSTAVO ESTRADA MANUFACTURER
Estrada, 48, born in Tucumán, is an aeronautical engineer graduated from the National University of Cordoba. He completed his PhD in Vehicle Aerodynamics at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. Again, AG worked as an aerodynamicist and worked as part of a team to design underground wind tunnels for the automotive industry. He is currently the Technical Head of the Department of Aerodynamics at Mercedes-AMG, in Germany and is a Professor of the Chair of Aerodynamics at the University of Automotive Design in Pforzheim.
Cars developed under his authority include the Porsche 911, Porsche Macan, Mercedes-AMG GT supercars with the GT-Black Series, the new Mercedes-AMG SL, the AMG-ONE Hypercar with Formula 1 engines and technology, and racing cars like the Mercedes-AMG GT4 and GT3 . He is also responsible for the aerodynamic development of the F1 Safety and Medical Car for the last 7 seasons.