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NASCAR at Michigan this weekend without Patrick Carpentier

The NASCAR Sprint Cup this weekend presents the fifteenth round (of 36) of the 2011 season. On the oval very fast Brooklyn (Michigan), the show promises to be intense, whereas head of the ranking, Carl Edwards is still leader. However, the Ford driver saw closer Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kevin Harvick few points suite has its abandonment Pocono last Sunday.

This test will be run without the Quebecois Patrick Carpentier. Invited to make a comeback in the FAS Lane Racing team, who had already been running a year pass on the oval Kansas early June when it was known as Latitude 43 Motorsports, Patrick was thirtieth class, two laps behind the winner. An average result, which is however not the reason Carpentier has not invited back. The pilot holds the team is American Mike Bliss, who benefited from the sponsorship of the U.S. company Chrome. It can therefore tolerate the presence of a Canadian pilot when Bliss is monopolizes a race in the Nationwide Series, his priority this season program, but it is clear that the role of Patrick is only make replacements.

The next race or Carpentier already possesses a participation agreement is the NAPA 200 in Montreal, the ordeal Nationwide run at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in August. There will drive a Toyota Michael Waltrip Racing.

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