Sam Hornish Jr. wil start from the pole for the Zippo 200 and sets the track record.
Sprint Cup regular now has sweep hopes going into Sunday's event
Local manufacturing company has sponsored track since 1993
The Nationwide Series heads to Watkins Glen for road course racing
The top finishers at the Glen discuss the race and points headed to Mid-Ohio.
The top finishers comment on a fun day of racing on the twists and turns of Watkins Glen.
Jimmie Johnson and others comment on a clean race, but wild G-W-C finish at Watkins Glen.
Keep tabs on the activity at Dover International Speedway For the first time since March, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will all head to one track this weekend for a tripleheader at Dover International Speedway . The Sprint Cup Series FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks will be held on Sunday, May 31, at 1 p.m. ET with coverage on FOX Sports 1. The XFINITY Series Buckle Up 200 presented by Click it or Ticket is on Saturday, May 30, at 2:30 p.m. ET with coverage on FOX. The Camping World Truck Series Lucas Oil 200 will get started on Friday, May 29 at 5:30 p.m. ET with coverage on FOX Sports 1. For more information on track times, press conferences and GarageCam, you can check out the full weekend schedule . We know you may not have the time to watch the race action without any interruptions, so if you're on the go, here's how to keep up at the Monster Mile. NASCAR.com's live Sprint Cup , XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series leaderboards update in real-time and offer constant text updates of lead changes, cautions, strategies, strong runs and everything in between. From the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series leaderboard, fans can also access live standings . On the go? Download the NASCAR Mobile app to follow the leaderboards live from your device. Lap-by-Lap will keep you caught up even if you can only take a peek here and there. Check in to read back through all the laps you've missed, or keep an eye on the feed for real-time race updates. We'll also send race updates via Twitter through the official @NASCAR and @NASCARStats handles. RaceBuddy will have enhanced views and coverage for the Sprint Cup Series and for most XFINITY Series races with 10 HD live race views, including up to eight in-car cameras, two mosaic views, live leaderboard and interactive chat. The XFINITY Series race will have four in-car cameras. Haven't tried RaceView yet? If you sign up, you'll get virtual videos of cars on the track from various angles and hear what your favorite team is saying over the radio in both the Sprint Cup and select XFINITY Series races. Use it as a second screen or as your only screen. Just want to scan the radios? You can have that too with Scanner (formerly RaceView Audio). On a mobile device? Get RaceView Mobile here . If you want to be more involved in the on-track action, you can manage your fantasy team on NASCAR.com and follow your team's performance in NASCAR Fantasy Live . Mobile users can also download NASCAR Connect , a game from OneUp Sports that allows users to play other fans with race predictions for some off-track competition while drivers battle it out on the track. Live Press Pass video streams will keep the NASCAR action rolling even after the winner goes in and out of Victory Lane. Catch interviews with the top finishers immediately following the checkered flag for all three national series events, and stay tuned to NASCAR.com throughout the weekend for the latest news. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Ty leads early session; brother Austin sets pace in final tune-up RELATED: Practice 1 results " Practice 2 results Austin Dillon locked down the top spot on the leaderboard Friday afternoon in final NASCAR XFINITY Series practice at Dover International Speedway , completing a brotherly sweep of the day's two practices with his brother, Ty. Austin Dillon wheeled the Richard Childress Racing No. 33 Chevrolet to a fast lap of 154.261 mph in the 85-minute session on the 1-mile concrete track. The older Dillon prevailed last weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway , registering his second XFINITY victory of the season. Brendan Gaughan , a teammate to both Dillons in the Childress No. 62 Chevy, clinched the second-fastest lap with a speed of 154.195 mph. Rookies Daniel Suarez (153.932) and Darrell Wallace Jr . (153.702) completed the front four in final preparation for Saturday's Buckle Up 200 presented by Click It or Ticket (2:30 p.m. ET, FOX, MRN, SiriusXM), with Sprint Cup regular Matt Kenseth closing out the top five. Chris Buescher , the series' points leader, was eighth-fastest in the Roush Fenway Racing No. 60 Ford. Defending series champion Chase Elliott posted the 10th-fastest lap in the JR Motorsports No. 9 Chevrolet. Ty Dillon , who led Friday's opening practice, was 14th-fastest in final practice in the Richard Childress Racing No. 3 Chevy. He enters Saturday's 200 -miler second in the standings, just four points behind Buescher after 11 of 33 races this season. Carl Long , who crashed his No. 13 Dodge late in the opening practice, was back on the track for just three laps in the second session. Long returned after help from the No. 97 team of Peyton Sellers , whose car dropped debris that caused the wreck. Coors Light Pole Qualifying to set the 40-car XFINITY field is scheduled Saturday at 11:15 a.m. ET (FOX Sports 1). Ty Dillon fast early in Monster Mile practice Ty Dillon soared atop the NASCAR XFINITY Series leaderboard in opening practice Friday morning at Dover International Speedway . Dillon, driving the Richard Childress Racing No. 3 Chevrolet, posted a fast lap of 158.033 mph under overcast skies at the mile-long concrete track. He was a shade faster than 18-year-old Erik Jones , second-fastest at 156.829 mph in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 54 Toyota. Brian Scott , a teammate of Dillon's at RCR, was third-fastest in the No. 2 Chevrolet in preparation for Saturday's Buckle Up 200 presented by Click It or Ticket (2:30 p.m. ET, FOX). Sprint Cup Series regulars Kasey Kahne and Austin Dillon completed the top five. XFINITY Series points leader Chris Buescher , driving the Roush Fenway Racing No. 60 Ford, was ninth-fastest of the 40 cars to turn laps in the 55-minute session. Defending series champion Chase Elliott posted the 10th-fastest lap in the JR Motorsports No. 9 Chevrolet. The session was brought to an abrupt end with Carl Long crashed with two minutes left. After hitting a piece of debris, Long's No. 13 crunched into the outside wall in Turn 4 before sliding down the banking and into the inside wall on the frontstretch. NASCAR officials indicated that they would investigate the incident in the XFINITY Series garage. FOX Sports 1 reported that the debris came from the No. 97 Chevrolet of Peyton Sellers . Final XFINITY Series practice is scheduled Friday at 2-3:25 p.m. ET (FOX Sports 1). Coors Light Pole Qualifying for the 12th of 33 races this season is scheduled Saturday at 11:15 a.m. ET (FS1). FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Rookie edges Custer, Suarez atop Monster Mile leaderboard RELATED: Practice results Erik Jones rose to the top of the leaderboard Thursday afternoon in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice at Dover International Speedway . Jones, a Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate, turned a fast lap of 155.885 mph around the concrete mile in the Kyle Busch Motorsports No. 4 Toyota. He edged NASCAR Next driver Cole Custer , who was second-fastest at 154.819 mph in the JR Motorsports No. 00 Chevrolet. Daniel Suarez , Jones' KBM teammate in the No. 51 Toyota, was third-best at 154.579 mph in the two-hour, 25-minute session -- the lone practice ahead of Friday's Lucas Oil 200 (5:30 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1, MRN, SiriusXM). Cameron Hayley and Daniel Hemric , another pair of rookies, completed the top five on the leaderboard. Series points leader and two-time defending champion Matt Crafton was 12th-fastest in the ThorSport Racing No. 88 Toyota. Crafton carries a 16-point lead over Jones into the 200 -miler, the sixth of 23 races this season. NASCAR Next driver Jesse Little briefly held the top spot on the leaderboard in his No. 97 Toyota, but settled for seventh-fastest ahead of his national series debut. Keystone Light Pole Qualifying to set the 32-truck field is scheduled Friday at 12:45 p.m. ET. FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule