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By David Keene
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Topic - Gilles Villeneuve
NASCAR will not race in Montreal next season after the promoter pulled the plug on the six-year relationship when he couldn't secure a premiere Sprint Cup Series event.
Sam Hornish Jr. is starting to get the hang of this stock car stuff.
Owen Kelly might just have the most agonizing job this week in the NASCAR Nationwide garage. For the second straight year, he was scheduled to qualify a car and then watch the race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
It's been a very good week for Alex Tagliani, who grabbed his best finish of the IndyCar season and added a NASCAR race to his schedule.
"I love the place, I love the track and I have a huge fan base there. I'm so excited to be going back," he said. "In racing, there's not a lot of drivers other than the NASCAR regulars that have the chance to race in their home country every race weekend. In IndyCar, I get to do it twice. Now when I go to Montreal for the NASCAR race it makes it three for me this year, and it gives me the chance to cover my country from east to west."