Marcos Ambrose wins Nationwide race in Montreal; Said doesn’t even finish!

In a span of less than one week Marcos Ambrose becomes a first time winner in both a Cup race and a Nationwide race. Like the Watkins Glen race the day was full of drama. The race marked the final race for Canadian driver Patrick Carpentier who will now go into retirement. Unfortunately he did not finish the race due to an incident with Steve Wallace. (I’d call him Crash Wallace, but that nickname is reserved for Robby Gordon, who you guessed it, did not finish!)

The Canadian race fans gave Carpentier a standing ovation as the pace car drove him around the track during a caution lap. And, Oh yeah, there was a hair pulling incident with a Carpentier crew member and Steve Wallace as Wallace slowed the car down to go into the garage. Does that seem weird to anyone else?

Anyway congrats to Marcos for another great race win. Canada looks like a cool place to see a race. I guess I’ll have to put that on my To Do list.

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