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Sentences forRon Fellows
- Canadian Motorsports Ventures Ltd. (CMV) which includes Orlando Corp. Chairman Carlo Fidani and Canadian road racing driver Ron Fellows, purchased the facility in June 2011.
- When Sadler was running behind Smith a few laps later, Sadler retaliated, sending Smith into a crash collecting Ron Fellows.
- This was the first time a non-American driver has finished in the top five of a truck series event since Canadian Ron Fellows won on the Watkins Glen road course on 26 June 1999.
- Blaney also attempted the Watkins Glen race in the No. 35 while road course veteran Ron Fellows drove the No. 36.
- He ultimately relented and ran the race, dominating and holding off Canadian road ringer Ron Fellows for the win.
- Pruett was running 11th on the final lap but got spun out by fellow road racer Ron Fellows, throwing both of them into the final-turn gravel trap.
- He ended up third in the final results behind race winner Ron Fellows.
- Mosport International Raceway was sold separately to a Canadian consortium led by Ron Fellows and Carlo Fidani.
- Ron Fellows drove the car at the road course race in Watkins Glen, New York.
- Ron Fellows replaced Smith at the two road course races, scoring a 13th-place finish at Watkins Glen.
- When the dust settled, Ron Fellows appeared to have won the race, but, after a 10-minute delay, NASCAR determined that Fellows had made a pass on leader Reed Sorenson after a final-lap caution came out, handing the win to Sorenson and dropping Fellows to second.
- Although Marcos Ambrose dominated the race in the #59 for a second-straight year, he got penalized for speeding on pit road which gave the lead to Canadian Ron Fellows.
- With pit strategies, it seemed like the win would come down to Said and fellow road ace Ron Fellows.
- Fellow ringer Ron Fellows took the win.
- In order to honor Canadian driver Ron Fellows, Corvette Racing entered a third C6.R at the Grand Prix of Mosport.
- TriStar ran a limited schedule for the rest of 1995, with Ron Fellows driving the No. 68 at Watkins Glen, and Allen driving the No. 19 during the rest of the season.
- Ron Fellows also ran as a road course ringer.
- Sterling Marlin, Ernie Irvan, and Ron Fellows filled in for Shaw when he could not run.
- He was also replaced in the road-course races by Ron Fellows.
- During the 2009 NAPA 200 in Montreal, Allgaier had the fastest car early in the race and while running sixth, tried to make a pass on Canadian road ace Ron Fellows and Kyle Busch.
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