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Nationwide: Montreal - Race results

Justin Allgaier won the NAPA Auto Parts 200 Nationwide Series race in Montreal, after he tipped a slowing Jacques Villeneuve into a spin on the second green-white-chequered finish of the day.
Fuel strategies dominated much of the NAPA Auto Parts 200 presented by Dodge NASCAR Nationwide Series road course race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, with a serious of late aggressive moves and subsequent cautions forcing the race into overtime.

That gave Justin Allgaier one last chance to make a run on race leader Jacques Villeneuve, who appeared to be slowing on the final lap after stretching his fuel to the absolute limit in the latter stages of the race. Allgaier bumped the former F1 driver out of the way and went on to hold off Sam Hornish Jr. to the chequered flag to win his third victory in 130 Nationwide starts.

It's Allgaier's first victory in 2012 - the last was at Chicagoland in June 2011 - and the first time that he has won at the Canadian venue shared with the F1 Grand Prix calendar or at any of the road course venues raced on by the Nationwide teams. He led just one lap the entire afternoon - the final one - but that was all that was required.

Hornish recovered from multiple incidents to finish in second place and put him in equal second place int he Nationwide standings with Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 22pts behind current championship leader Elliott Sadler.

Race results

1. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 81 laps 3hrs 7mins 58secs (47/1 pts)
2. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Dodge 81 laps + 0.353s (43/1 pts)
3. #22 Jacques Villeneuve Dodge 81 laps + 0.631s (43/2 pts)
4. #2 Elliott Sadler Chevrolet 81 laps + 1.446s (41/1 pts)
5. #5 Ron Fellows Chevrolet 81 laps + 2.277s (39/0 pts)
6. #18 Michael McDowell Toyota 81 laps + 2.587s (0pts)
7. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 81 laps + 3.450s (37/0 pts)
8. #60 Billy Johnson Ford 81 laps + 8.790s (36/0 pts)
9. #3 Austin Dillon * Chevrolet 81 laps + 9.272s (35/0 pts)
10. #54 Kyle Busch Toyota 81 laps + 9.575s (0pts)
11. #33 Brendan Gaughan Chevrolet 81 laps + 10.795s (0pts)
12. #6 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Ford 81 laps + 10.799s (32/0 pts)
13. #44 Mike Bliss Chevrolet 81 laps + 11.425s (31/0 pts)
14. #19 Tayler Malsam Toyota 81 laps + 12.034s (30/0 pts)
15. #87 Alex Kennedy Toyota 81 laps + 13.610s (29/0 pts)
16. #40 Erik Darnell Chevrolet 81 laps + 14.442s (28/0 pts)
17. #39 Tim Andrews Ford 81 laps + 15.008s (27/0 pts)
18. #124 Derek White Chevrolet 81 laps + 15.485s (26/0 pts)
19. #14 Eric McClure Toyota 81 laps + 18.286s (25/0 pts)
20. #38 Brad Sweet * Chevrolet 81 laps + 21.483s (24/0 pts)
21. #159 Kyle Kelley Chevrolet 81 laps + 27.172s (23/0 pts)
22. #30 Alex Tagliani Chevrolet 81 laps + 32.267s (23/1 pts)
23. #4 Daryl Harr Chevrolet 81 laps + 46.800s (21/0 pts)
24. #11 Brian Scott Toyota 81 laps + 58.524s (20/0 pts)
25. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 81 laps + 82.144s (19/0 pts)
26. #81 Jason Bowles * Toyota 77 laps Brakes (18/0 pts)
27. #7 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 75 laps + 6 laps (18/1 pts)
28. #43 Michael Annett Ford 73 laps + 8 laps (16/0 pts)
29. #199 Patrick Carpentier Toyota 69 laps + 12 laps (15/0 pts)
30. #70 Joe Nemechek Dodge 62 laps Radiator (14/0 pts)
31. #126 John Young Dodge 59 laps Drive Train (13/0 pts)
32. #27 Andrew Ranger Dodge 57 laps Susp. (12/0 pts)
33. #88 Cole Whitt * Chevrolet 54 laps Engine (11/0 pts)
34. #275 Kenny Habul Toyota 46 laps Accident (10/0 pts)
35. #23 Dexter Stacey Chevrolet 30 laps Accident (9/0 pts)
36. #41 Timmy Hill Ford 21 laps Transmission (8/0 pts)
37. #153 Eric Curran Dodge 15 laps Transmission (7/0 pts)
38. #108 Louis-Philippe Dumoulin Ford 14 laps Susp. (6/0 pts)
39. #15 Chris Cook Chevrolet 6 laps Brakes (0pts)
40. #47 Matt DiBenedetto Chevrolet 6 laps Over Heating (4/0 pts)
41. #42 Blake Koch Chevrolet 5 laps Brakes (3/0 pts)
42. #46 Chase Miller Chevrolet 4 laps Brakes (2/0 pts)
43. #10 Jeff Green Toyota 2 laps Vibration (1/0 pts)

Nationwide Series championship standings

1. (--) Elliott Sadler 824pts
2. (--) Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 802pts (-22pts)
3. (--) Sam Hornish Jr. 802pts (-22pts)
4. (--) Austin Dillon* 789pts (-35pts)
5. (--) Justin Allgaier 756pts (-68pts)
6. (--) Michael Annett 690pts (-134pts)
7. (--) Cole Whitt* 633pts (-191pts)
8. (--) Mike Bliss 609pts (-215pts)
9. (--) Brian Scott 540pts (-284pts)
10. (--) Joe Nemechek 506pts (-318pts)
11. (--) Danica Patrick 504pts (-320pts)
12. (+2) Mike Wallace 492pts (-332pts)
13. (-1) Jeremy Clements 486pts (-338pts)
14. (+1) Tayler Malsam 479pts (-345pts)
15. (-2) Jason Bowles* 479pts (-345pts)
16. (--) Erik Darnell 359pts (-465pts)
17. (+2) Eric McClure 327pts (-497pts)
18. (-1) Timmy Hill 316pts (-508pts)
19. (-1) Johanna Long* 315pts (-509pts)
20. (+1) Brad Sweet* 274pts (-550pts)
21. (-1) T.J. Bell 254pts (-570pts)
22. (--) Ryan Truex 234pts (-590pts)
23. (--) Josh Richards 208pts (-616pts)
24. (--) Kenny Wallace 202pts (-622pts)
25. (--) Jamie Dick 191pts (-633pts)
26. (--) Danny Efland 190pts (-634pts)
27. (--) Morgan Shepherd 183pts (-641pts)
28. (--) Trevor Bayne 180pts (-644pts)
29. (--) Blake Koch 168pts (-656pts)
30. (--) Travis Pastrana 158pts (-666pts)
31. (--) Joey Gase* 154pts (-670pts)
32. (--) Jeff Green 140pts (-684pts)
33. (+1) Robert Richardson Jr. 136pts (-688pts)
34. (-1) Casey Roderick* 136pts (-688pts)
35. (--) Benny Gordon* 129pts (-695pts)
36. (--) Ryan Blaney 118pts (-706pts)
37. (--) Tim Schendel 113pts (-711pts)
38. (+2) Daryl Harr 107pts (-717pts)
39. (-1) Kyle Fowler 88pts (-736pts)
40. (-1) Kevin Lepage 87pts (-737pts)
41. (+13) Jacques Villeneuve 82pts (-742pts)
42. (-1) Ron Fellows 81pts (-743pts)
43. (-1) Reed Sorenson 80pts (-744pts)
44. (-1) Mike Harmon 77pts (-747pts)
45. (-1) Jeffrey Earnhardt 74pts (-750pts)
46. (-1) Darrell Wallace Jr. 73pts (-751pts)
47. (+5) Tim Andrews 72pts (-752pts)
48. (-2) Chase Miller 72pts (-752pts)
49. (-2) Steve Arpin 62pts (-762pts)
50. (--) Kenny Habul 62pts (-762pts)
51. (-3) Matt Frahm 59pts (-765pts)
52. (-3) Victor Gonzalez Jr. 55pts (-769pts)
53. (-2) Tanner Berryhill 49pts (-775pts)
54. (-1) Max Papis 41pts (-783pts)
55. (--) Brett Moffitt 35pts (-789pts)
56. (--) Steve Wallace 33pts (-791pts)
57. (--) Kyle Kelley 32pts (-792pts)
58. (--) Brad Teague 31pts (-793pts)
59. (--) Derrike Cope 29pts (-795pts)
60. (--) Alex Kennedy 27pts (-797pts)
61. (--) Matthew Carter 25pts (-799pts)
62. (--) Angela Cope 24pts (-800pts)
63. (--) Alex Tagliani 23pts (-801pts)
64. (-1) David Green 22pts (-802pts)
65. (-1) John Blankenship 21pts (-803pts)
66. (+9) Dexter Stacey 21pts (-803pts)
67. (-2) Tim Connolly 19pts (-805pts)
68. (-2) Amber Cope 18pts (-806pts)
69. (-2) Matthew Bell 18pts (-806pts)
70. (-2) Bill Prietzel 17pts (-807pts)
71. (+6) Eric Curran 17pts (-807pts)
72. (-2) Tim Bainey Jr. 16pts (-808pts)
73. (-4) John Young 16pts (-808pts)
74. (-3) Scott Saunders 16pts (-808pts)
75. (-3) Jamie Mosley 15pts (-809pts)
76. (--) Patrick Carpentier 15pts (-809pts)
77. (-4) Charles Lewandoski 15pts (-809pts)
78. (-4) Matt DiBenedetto 14pts (-810pts)
79. (--) Andrew Ranger 12pts (-812pts)
80. (-4) Bobby Santos III 11pts (-813pts)
81. (-3) John Jackson 10pts (-814pts)
82. (-3) Michael Guerity 9pts (-815pts)
83. (-3) Carl Long 8pts (-816pts)
84. (+38) Louis-Philippe Dumoulin 6pts (-818pts)
85. (-4) Alex Popow 6pts (-818pts)
86. (-4) Ryan Ellis 5pts (-819pts)

* Denotes Rookie
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