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Not one, but two Canadian pilots Sprint Cup!

After the Quebecois Andrew Ranger has been invited by the stable Fas Lane Racing (No.32 Ford) was making his debut in the NASCAR Sprint Cup this weekend on the road course at Watkins Glen (New York state) , here is a second Canadian pilot has just been formalized departing from this round.

It is Ontario's Ron Fellows, unlike Andrew Ranger, is far from a rookie since already 22 total departures in the series and five "Top 5" on arrival.

Fellows, 51 years, Canada's only driver to have won the 24 Hours of Daytona (all categories-classification) and the ordeal NASCAR Nationwide Montreal, is semi-retired for 3 years. It also became last spring one of the owners of Mosport (Ontario).

It has all the same common with Ranger, 24 years, Watkins Glen, ie it will also be integrated in one of the smaller teams in the Sprint Cup, Tommy Baldwin Racing (Chevrolet No.36). It will therefore not be expected miracles of two Canadian pilots departing the face of Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards, Juan Pablo Montoya and other stars of the series.

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