Boris Said to run Watkins Glen with Go Fas Racing
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Boris Said still having a blast with fans, racing in NASCAR
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – Boris Said is a bona fide hero in these parts. And the loyal band of free-spirited "Said Heads" have come out in force this weekend to
Road America may be Boris Said's last NASCAR ride
Saturday's race at Road America marks the finale of a five-race NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule for veteran road racer Boris Said this year in Joe Gibbs Racing 's No. 54 Toyota. On Friday, Said hinted that the event could signify another finale
JGR announces subs for No. 54 XFINITY Series Toyota
Play: NASCAR Fantasy Live Denny Hamlin, Erik Jones and Boris Said will sub for Kyle Busch in the No. 54 NASCAR XFINITY Series Toyota Camry, Joe Gibbs Racing announced on Monday. Busch returned
The Rundown: Watkins Glen driver grades
tied his best finish at Watkins Glen. Grade: C 24. Boris Said , No. 32 Ford, Go Fas Racing . It wouldn't be Watkins Glen without Boris Said in the field. Making his 16th start at The Glen, Said
JGR hires familiar super-sub for Kyle Busch
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Said: "[Biffle] is a chump"
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Carl Edwards earns Coors Light Pole Award at The Glen
RELATD: Results " Sunday on USA " Watkins Glen lingo " See the roster WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. -- You can add the title "road course ringer" to Carl Edwards ' racing resume. Touring the road course at Watkins Glen in 69.689 seconds (126.562 mph) during Friday's time trials at Watkins Glen International , Edwards beat Kyle Larson (126.223 mph) by .182 seconds to earn the top starting spot for Sunday's Cheez-It 355 at the Glen (2:30 p.m. ET, USA, MNR SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). In winning his fourth Coors Light Pole Award of the season and the 20th of his career, Edwards completed a sweep of road course poles in 2016, having also started first on the grid at Sonoma Raceway in June. Larson's second-place effort was a career-best on a road course, bettering the third starting position he earned at Sonoma in 2014. Tony Stewart (126.177 mph) qualified third on Friday, followed by Matt Kenseth (126.104 mph) and Kyle Busch (126.099 mph), both teammates to Edwards at Joe Gibbs Racing . Edwards said starting on the pole on the newly repaved racing surface at the Glen will be a significant advantage. "I think (Sunday) is going to be a little bit of an adventure," said Edwards, whose four poles this year constitute a career best for a single season. "The new pavement, nobody knows how that's going to go along deep into the runs with tire build-up. I think the braking zones are pretty tough, and it's going to be nice and warm. "So, just got to stay upfront, can't make any mistakes. I love road races. They're so much fun. I got to talk to Boris Said , who's basically my road racing coach to start, so that was cool today. Hopefully, tonight I'll get me some good rest and hopefully be very competitive tomorrow." Even though Edwards' No. 19 Camry was fastest in qualifying, he expects stiff competition on Sunday from his Toyota brethren. "My teammates, they're really fast," Edwards said. Kyle (Busch) is really fast and Martin (Truex Jr. of affiliated Furniture Row Racing ) is really fast. "We've got to work a little bit in race trim, but we're starting up front, and we've got a great pit crew, and hopefully we can put (the car) in Victory Lane." Truex, in fact, was one of the favorites for the pole, but his hot lap in the money round was impeded by Ricky Stenhouse Jr ., who entered the track at the bottom of the esses as Truex was approaching that uphill section of the 2.45-mile course. Truex, who qualified 14th, returned the favor on his cool-down lap, taking Stenhouse's line in the esses and relegating the Roush Fenway Racing driver to a 30th-place starting spot. Jeff Gordon qualified 21st in his third start for Dale Earnhardt Jr . AJ Allmendinger , the 2014 Watkins Glen winner, will start ninth.
Keselowski: 'It's a great day for Team Penske'
Brad Keselowski, Chase Elliott and Boris Said talk about their finishes in the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International.
Habul causes huge collision in Mid-Ohio
During the restart with 7 to go, Kenny Habul gets jammed up, makes contact with Boris Said causing him to spin out and collect multiple cars behind him.