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Sentences forPatrick Carpentier
- The fastest lap, and therefore outright lap record was set by Patrick Carpentier in 25.551secs (210.59 mph) in the Player's Forsythe Racing Reynard-Cosworth.
- On April 22, the team announced that former CART series competitor and road course ringer, Patrick Carpentier would drive for the team at Sonoma and Indianapolis.
- However, he struggled to get the car up to speed and was replaced on the final day of qualifying by Patrick Carpentier, who promptly crashed the car in practice.
- It was won by Kevin Harvick, while Quebec native Patrick Carpentier finished second.
- Cheever's IRL team, active until July 2006, ran cars for Alex Barron and Patrick Carpentier in 2005.
- In 1998 the team expanded to two cars by adding Patrick Carpentier to the all-Canadian squad.
- RAB fielded MWR driver Patrick Carpentier with NAPA at Montreal in July.
- The big surprise was sprung in qualifying when following a rain delay of nearly two hours, Québécois Patrick Carpentier won the pole position over Bobby Labonte.
- After a late pit stop, Zanardi on cold tyres was attempting to merge back onto the track when he accelerated abruptly, lost control of his car, and spun onto the race track into the path of Patrick Carpentier.
- Canadian Patrick Carpentier missed the Daytona 500 but won the pole at New Hampshire.
- He was replaced in the No. 10 car for the last two races of 2007 by Patrick Carpentier.
- Canadian native and ex-Champ Car driver Patrick Carpentier won his first career pole.
- Failed to qualify: Patrick Carpentier (#10) Sam Hornish Jr. (#77).
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